Over on the Problogger.net Job Board, I found a posting which I thought was interesting. Columbia Business School is looking for a Web Communications Manager, and in their posting, they bring up managing blogs.
If I was ever to stop being a full time blogger for a living, this is exactly the type of job I would be looking for.
Here are some of the details:
Columbia Business School seeks a Web Communications Manager. Reporting to the Director of Communications, the position increases Columbia Business School’s visibility by writing, producing and packaging relevant and engaging content for Columbia Business School’s web site on a daily basis. Generates, investigates and brings to life stories related to School initiatives, faculty research, and student and alumni activities as well as timely business news and trends. Writes, edits and proofreads in accordance with accepted rules of style and syntax. Collaborates with members of the administration and faculty as well as people both inside and outside the University. Manages projects with attention to detail, accuracy, quality and consistency. Supervises the Assistant Web Editor.
Bachelor’s degree and/or its equivalent required. Minimum 3-5 years related experience required. Must be a proactive, efficient and accomplished interviewer and writer with an excellent sense of tone. Knowledge of and facility with HTML/CSS, image editing, and Adobe Photoshop software critical. Knowledge of and experience with online community moderation and messaging. Ability to analyze web metrics and relate it to content strategy.
5 years related experience preferred. Blog development and management experience preferred. Knowledge of Blog software and the current technical ecology of a blogger (e.g. del.ici.ous, RSS, etc) preferred.
For the rest, check out the original posting.