Job Opening: Digital Content Controller (Project-based)
Cambridge University Press – Manila
Makati City, Metro Manila
Hiring until August 08
Job Location: 16F Frabelle Corporate Plaza, 129 Tordesillas Street, Bel-Air, Makati City, Metro Manila
Employment Type: Project-Based
Position Level: Professional
Work Schedule: Flexible
Job Category: Computer & IT
The primary role of the Digital Content Controller (Project-based) is to ensure the sound quality of online learning assets for Cambridge One. This role also involves uploading contents into the Cambridge One Library and archiving of these assets into the Cambridge Asset Management System.
Handle online learning content designated to Cambridge One.
Review, assess, and analyze handover documents provided by the ELT – Digital Operations.
Make necessary amendments to handover documents to ensure proper version control of assets.
Ensure that attributes adhere to specifications described in the handover document.
Upload online learning assets into the Cambridge One library.
Build online courses, course-specific resource banks and other components in Cambridge One.
Conduct functionality tests on online courses to ensure that they conform to the required specifications provided by ELT – Digital Operations.
Implement editorial’s amendments to Cambridge One components.
Participate in the review and testing of associated tools and support processes.
Create, track and resolve Cambridge One course build-related issues using JIRA.
Troubleshoot Cambridge One course related issues raised by the Project Managers.
Coordinate with ELT Technology Group regarding Cambridge One bugs/problems.
Archive assets into CAMS once associated course has been signed off or published.
Seek guidance from and assist the Platform Content Controller in the UK to manage scheduled streams of work and ensure resource is equipped to fulfill what is being requested.
Render assistance in other tasks in Cambridge One within the Ebooks LMS team in case of urgent tasks.
Educational Attainment: College Graduate
Min. Work Experience: 1 year
Knowledge and Experience
Educated to degree level or equivalent and ideally have publishing or typesetting experience.
Good computer skills and excellent attention to detail are required
Understanding of HTML is desirable but not required
Excellent standard of English – both spoken and written