Web Information Manager (WIM)
Under direction of the WWWCC
chair, the Web Information Manager (WIM) will
develop and maintain the architecture and manage the content of SLACs central web
space. These responsibilities most notably include, but are not limited to, creating,
maintaining, and managing top level SLAC home pages (SHPs). These pages include the
"core pages" (defined as the Detailed Home Page and the set of
pages that make up the Highlighted
Home Page) as well as pages directly linked to the core pages that provide web users
and authors with additional policies, procedures, and support.
Specific WIM responsibilities include:
- Ex-officio member of the WWWCC and works closely with them to fulfill their mission and
- Implement decisions and findings of the Report of the Ad-Hoc Committee on the SLAC Home
Page(s) (see http://www.slac.stanford.edu/slac/www/wwwcc/reports/ad-hoc-report.html)
and other requests of the WWWCC.
- Maintain new SHP design and administer all new requests for modifications or additions
to these pages.
- Under oversight of the WWWCC, coordinate, develop, schedule, and implement plans for SHP
- Develop and manage coherent migration strategies for all redesign efforts.
- Works with the SLAC archivist to develop and implement an archival policy for the SLAC
- Periodically review page access statistics and generate reports, as requested by the
- Working closely with appropriate groups (TAG, WSCs, WWW-Tech), help
select and establish use of site mapping, indexing, and metadata tools and technologies
for the SLAC web.
- Assume primary responsibility for answering and archiving webmaster e-mail; develop a
plan for sharing webmaster e-mail with interested or responsible parties.
- Work closely with Unix-admin and the head of The Applications Group (Wisinski) to manage
URL name space as related to AFS directory space and NT server file systems.
- Promote use of required and recommended page elements on new and existing pages
throughout the SLAC web.
- Develop, maintain, and promote a consistent SLAC look-and-feel throughout the SLAC
- Where possible and appropriate, promote and maintain informational integrity and
consistency throughout the SLAC Web.
- Server as an active member of the WWW-Tech committee.
- Work with the WSCs to identify informational gaps in the SLAC web and help develop new
- Work with the WSCs to identify training or resource needs and solicit help from the
WWWCC to meet these needs.