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Job Description: Technical Web Manager

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This sample job description outlines the core job qualifications for a Technical Web Manager, including acting as a functional area expert and developing task estimates and proposals.

The attached IT Download is a typical job description for a Technical Web Manager.

Key job responsibilities for the Technical Web manager include:

  • Manage the operations of the Enterprise Web Development team.
  • Work closely with DBAs, System and Network Engineers to ensure Web Farm stability. Monitor health of servers and overall website environment.
  • Evaluate, recommend and introduce new technologies in support of company products and scenarios. Advises senior management and negotiates requirements with vendors.
  • Act as expert in the business or functional area. Meet with clients to identify project requirements, site enhancements and maintenance. Will have some project management duties. Serves as a project leader for moderate and large projects.
  • Develop task estimates and proposals. Create budget reports and related detail. Use project plans and schedules. Keep all groups informed of project progress.

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  • Technical Web Manager.doc
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