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Web Design Manager

Position Summary

Working under the direction of the Marketing Creative Director, the Web Design Manager provides hands-on web design leadership in the design and development of our online products. The Web Design Manager works with program managers, designers, and content writers to align our website strategy with our company standards, meeting short-term and long-term company goals.


Summary of Essential Job Functions

  • Manages and directs the design concept of Solution Tree websites to ensure on-time delivery of digital content and alignment with marketing campaign goals.
  • Manage day-to-day operation of the web team, including projects, quality control, training, and coaching; ensuring tasks are completed on time and projects meet short and long-term goals.
  • Work with stakeholders to strategize and develop plans and initiatives to enhance the user experience of our websites. Brainstorm with design and web team to generate site ideas that portray concepts and promote our products/services digitally.
  • Project manage the development of new web templates and prioritize and manage web content initiatives.
  • Proofs designs to ensure ready for review by rest of the team and provide final design QC on all website-related elements.
  • Collaborate with the content, design, and email team to elevate the brand through creative visuals and develop plans to improve upon key website metrics.
  • Lead efforts to continually document, update, and improve methodologies and processes.
  • Actively monitor, mentor, train, and provide guidance to the web team ensuring projects follow brand guidelines, meet deadlines, and meet company goals (short- and long-term)



  • Advanced knowledge of Industry Standard Software (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.)
  • Demonstrable understanding of digital design and experience managing multiple web design projects
  • Experience in web management and content management tools (Magento, WordPress, etc)
  • Magento 2 Certification a plus
  • Experience in critiquing design concepts and providing clear communication of ideas
  • Hands-on working knowledge of UX/UI, basic web languages (HTML, XML, CSS), SEO
  • High attention to detail and able to work under tight deadlines
  • Strong project management and organizational skills

Required Education and Experience

  • 5+ years of site design experience
  • 2+ years of supervisory or management experience
  • B.S./B.A. in graphic design, web design, or related field or equivalent academic and work experience
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