AEM Content Manager
Merkle is a leading data-driven, technology-enabled, global performance marketing agency that specialises in the delivery of unique, personalised customer experiences across platforms and devices. We call it ‘people-based’ marketing, and with over 25 years’ experience, we are proud to be recognised as a global leader.
Merkle’s heritage in data, technology and analytics is the foundation for our understanding of consumer insights that drives our people-based marketing strategies. Combined with our expertise in performance creative and media, we can then offer our clients content-driven, contextual and compelling customer experiences that drive business growth.
In 2016, the agency joined dentsu, one of the world’s biggest media companies to form the Customer Experience Management (CXM) Line of Business.
As an Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) - Content Manager you will contribute towards delivering high quality customer experiences for our client’s website visitors. You will be supporting multiple high traffic sites connecting with global audiences. We operate teams with mixed skillsets to provide the best possible outcome for our clients. As such you will work alongside experts in Search Engine Optimisation, Tag Management and Analytics.
Life as a AEM Content Manager at Merkle
We are looking for you to have experience in website content management using Adobe Experience Manager or a similar web content management system. You will need to be able to interpret change requirements and configure these through AEM. We will need you to learn the components, templates and page structure of the sites which are being managed. You will be able to use the components and templates effectively and follow any brand or user experience guidelines when configuring changes.
What we are looking for in you
- Experience with classic and touch UI authoring interfaces within AEM
- Experience in link configuration and redirect management
- Working with AEM multi-site manager features
- Experience of working with multi-region, multi-lingual sites and managing change and content across these
- Experience of content fragments and experience fragments
- Knowledge of website accessibility principles
- Knowledge of website technical SEO practices when building pages
- Managing pages, page properties and metadata
- Asset management within AEM
- AEM workflow configuration
- Page publication and deactivation
- Working with content translations and implementing regional versions of pages
- Attractive and competitive salary.
- Spanish/English lessons.
- Free life and health insurance.
- Career development through Merkle University and LinkedIn Learning.
- Day off in your birthday
- Reduced fee in Andjoy
- 2 volunteering days per annum
- Flexible salary remuneration scheme
Merkle does not discriminate against job applicants on the basis of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. Experience stipulated in this job description serves as a guide only and all applications will be considered on their merits, irrespective of experience. At the point of application, the candidate must have the legal right to work in Spain as we are unable to sponsor visas at this time.
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