Content Engineer (Taxonomy, Structured Authoring, XSLT) - Remote

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Type: Full Time
Min. Experience Mid Level

Do you love making content intelligent? We are looking for content engineers to help make the world smarter with intelligent content.

[A] seeks motivated candidates with experience in some of the following area. This is a client-facing role and we’re looking for candidates with a mix of experience in some of the following content disciplines:

The role will involve work from mostly your home office but may involve occasional travel to a client location.

The Content Engineer will work with our practice to craft intelligent content structure for multi-channel marketing and increase the value of semantically rich content. You will participate in, or lead, client projects surrounding customer experience management and personalization.

You’ll define content structure, metadata, content reuse planning, taxonomy, and other content relationships. This includes syndication strategy, search engine optimization (SEO) factors, semantic web schemas, and implementation planning for the CEM / CMS platforms such as Sitecore, Adobe, Kentico, and Episerver.

This is a remote job that can be done from anywhere in North America (we are unable to consider candidates in the states of CA, MA or NY at this time.)

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Skills We Are Looking For
Not all listed skills are required for this role. We are looking for somebody who is experienced in some of the following areas.

Cultural Fit at [A]

[A] is the Content Intelligence Service.

[A] is a distributed, private, professional services firm that provides strategic support for building content intelligence practices into organizations. [A] helps complex organizations establish content engineering standards and practices to compete in a multichannel, multimodal, AI-driven world.

[A] engineers intelligent content systems for CMS/CEM platforms, and offers integration, training, workshops and custom development. [A] helps clients value content as an enterprise asset, and enables future-ready content through use of the Master Content Model.

What’s Your Name, [A]gain?

Our name is easy. Just say “A.” The [A] brackets represent markup, microdata, content intelligence. The letter “[A]” represents the start, initiation, beginning of change. We are going to help change the world with intelligent content.

[A] Team Benefits

Being an [A]gent comes with its benefits. Work from anywhere. Advance your career on the leading-edge of the content and technology sciences. Earn a competitive salary, and for longtime [A]gents, participation in a profit-sharing plan. But many [A]gents find the best part of working as an [A]gent are the other [A]gents you work with and the culture at [A].

We take care of each other and we honor each other's work and contributions to the team. We work to make ourselves better and our [A] team better. We make efforts to adapt new technologies and methodologies that can help us optimize our time, and we expect you to collaborate on these efforts if you’re an expert on any of those fields. We communicate and reach out to other [A] players.  We love learning. We love teaching. We write. We code. We support each other. For the right people, working at [A] feels like coming home.

Learn more about [A] at simplea.com.

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