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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

F/T - Knowledge Manager - Assoc of Jr Leagues Intl (NYC)

Knowledge Manager
The Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc.

Job Summary: Serves as main content curator for AJLI knowledge resources. Develops, revises and maintains content for the AJLI Knowledge Center and other knowledge repositories, both new and ongoing, including curating content for curriculum for conferences, FAQs, bibliographies. Also responsible for building a library of print and online Spanish language AJLI resources. Reports to the Director of Learning.

    •    Serves as content editor and curator for the AJLI Knowledge Center, both in English and Spanish
    •    Manages expansion and development of new features of the Knowledge Center
    •    Takes a lead in new content development including identifying, evaluating and recommending resources relevant to the needs of Junior League members
    •    Manages, assesses and processes a variety of document and media files
    •    Participates in enhancing functional features of the Knowledge Center and other Member web site features
    •    Contributes to projects that increase the accessibility and utilization of electronic resources
    •    Presents training and other webinars for Junior League members and assists in the development of same
    •    Creates bibliographies for AJLI learning concentrations and specific courses
    •    Participates in the Help Desk rotation on a regular basis and responds to queries from Junior League members
    •    Assists in developing online events for Junior League members
    •    Contributes postings and topics to AJLI social media vehicles
    •    Participates in meetings, inter-departmental task forces, planning and reporting activities
    •    Performs other duties and special projects, as assigned

    •    MLS and at least 4 years of virtual library experience required.
    •    Well-organized self-starter with significant knowledge of and comfort with current digital trends, technologies, standards and best practices for data and information management.
    •    Excellent communication skills, especially written skills including writing for the web.
    •    Deep knowledge of nonprofit management, fundraising, and voluntarism and affinity for nonprofit capacity building.
    •    Demonstrated ability to develop and/or translate to Spanish language succinctly and efficiently.
    •    Very high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
    •    Commitment to outstanding customer service and cultural competence.
    •    Interest in interacting with diverse groups, as well as ability to work independently and as a part of a team.
    •    Ability to multi-task and keep priorities aligned to objectives.
    •    Familiarity with standard library reference procedures, electronic database and Internet searching, Microsoft Office, HTML and content management systems.
    •    Experience with social media platforms, teaching, training or public speaking experience desired.

To Apply
Please Include the job title in subject line of an e-mail or on the fax cover sheet. Submit a letter of interest w/salary requirements and your resume to (preferred) or fax (212) 481-7196,

Attn: HR Department. Mailing address: 80 Maiden Lane, Suite 305, New York, NY 10038.