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Publication or Company American Psychological Association
Job Title Manager, Information Architecture, Req 1419
Industry B2B Publishing
Benefits Dental, Health
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location Washington, DC
Job Requirements Manager, Information Architecture
Requisition 1419
Association Website

Required Qualifications:
•BA/BS degree in human factors, human-computer interaction, usability design, information architecture, applied information technology, interaction design or related field. Some graduate-level education preferred
•Two or more years of information architecture experience with a business or nonprofit entity
•Ability to develop wireframes, user flows, personas and content object models
•Advanced skill with Visio and Web analytics software
•Familiarity with Tridion a plus
•Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
•Advance user of MS Word, Power Point, and Outlook
•User of Project Management Software, MS Teamsites and JIRA.

•Manages information architecture of APA’s Web site. Defines work to be done, sets priorities and schedules for work on taxonomy, navigation, controlled vocabularies and search interface. Stays current with IA best practices and applies them to improving APA’s Web site.
•Manages usability initiative schedules on APA’s Web site, defining scope of work to be done, setting priorities and approving any changes to scope. Manages collection of statistical data to analyze user behavior patterns and uses them to improve usability. Develops and executes a plan for regular user testing. Applies knowledge gained to site improvements.
•Works with Assistant Director/Editor and Assistant Director/Site Administrator to ensure stability of URL structure. Creates wireframes for new pages, display rules and content object models. Interfaces with graphic designers to ensure wireframes are executed properly and in keeping with APA design parameters and IA best practices. Coordinates with ITS to configure search engine so that Web content is findable.
•Analyzes site traffic, sales and membership revenue figures and search data to recommend and implement changes to the Web site. Serves as focal point for inquiries relating to IA, usability and design via analysis of user traffic, third-party metrics and sales/revenue figures.
•Maintains integrity of Web site's metadata model and ensure tagging is accurate.

Qualified candidates should send resumes indicating requisition number, cover letter and salary requirements to: American Psychological Association, Human Resources, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242, or email to jobs@apa.org or fax to 202-336-5501

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