Content Analyst XML
Our Client, a leading publisher requires a Content Analyst to join the team. As a content analyst you will be working with ground-breaking digital publishing products which are mainly produced in XML. The role is currently remote but will eventually be onsite 3 days a week in the London Office.
You will be responsible for the management of the platform’s XML content, which includes quality assurance (QA), testing.
This is an exciting opportunity to work for an award-winning publishing house and be a part of its growing digital team.
• Checking XML coded texts against source editions for structural and textual errors.
• Following automated and manual routines and checklists systematically in order to identify and rectify errors in the XML files.
• Inputting and checking any required metadata and taxonomy indexing to aid discoverability of XML texts.
• Quality assurance (QA), testing and management of the platform’s XML content.
• Testing online content on various platforms to identify data/platform issues.
• Analysing content and contributing to mark-up guidelines.
• Managing the workflow from conversion to upload for content sets on existing platforms.
Skills and experience
• Knowledge of XML
• A basic knowledge of HTML would also prove good background experience.
• Experience of working with and navigating highly structured documents using XPath.
• Excellent written English and the ability to communicate clearly and concisely for a range of audiences.
• Acute attention to detail and a thorough, scrupulous, and highly responsible attitude to work
• An awareness of editorial issues as related to digital content conversion.
• Experience of or familiarity with XML querying or transformation (xQuery or XSLT)
• Experience of using digital editing software, e.g. oXygen, XML Spy or similar
• Experience of working with a database or CMS.
• Familiarity with XML content models (e.g. DocBook or TEI) and validation
• Experience of working in a publishing environment, ideally in academic social sciences or humanities.
• An interest in the development of digital technologies for the publishing industry.
For further information regarding this exciting role, pleas apply.