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Viewpoint is PwC’s online resource for finance professionals, used by our Audit practice globally as well as our clients and other entities, with several levels of subscription available to meet their requirements. The site provides an online, searchable and easy-to-navigate research tool, with comprehensive authoritative accounting/auditing pronouncements and applicable law/regulation, alongside the firm’s interpretative guidance, publications, tools and practice aids.
About the team
PwC’s Viewpoint has a dedicated team that oversees all site operations, incorporating content management, sales and marketing, and knowledge management, and is owned by the firm’s Audit practice. This role will primarily sit in the content management sphere; the successful applicant will work alongside several other associates and senior associates, and report directly to the content senior manager. The Viewpoint team is part of the Audit Risk & Quality Business Unit (ARQ).
About the role
The role of the Viewpoint team librarian is to perform a variety of support tasks to update and maintain PwC’s flagship technical website Viewpoint (viewpoint.pwc.com). They predominantly use the site’s content management system to process internal and external content, producing a professional output that is consistent with the PwC brand and reflects the excellence that the firm aspires to in all aspects. The Viewpoint librarian also ensures that all pages are populated with accurate metadata, in order to optimise the site functionality and enable users to quickly find materials most relevant to them.
A key part of the role will be project managing the content updates of major publications like the Manuals of accounting, illustrative financial statements and quarterly year end reminders, and landing pages. Another key role is ensuring all the Viewpoint content is continually reviewed and refreshed in a consistent manner.The nature of the role means that time allocation to these tasks will fluctuate based on the team’s current obligations.
Create, update and maintain website content as required, including metadata, formatting, linking and transformation from other sources.
Maintain the Viewpoint taxonomies, policies and guidance regarding tagging and archiving of content
Collate content from Viewpoint into email formats to be shared with various audiences, and submit for review by their relevant stakeholders.
Assist with testing of new system features and enhancements.
Support the wider Viewpoint team and respective Audit practice in their production of accounting and auditing publications.
Required skills and experience
Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
Ability to work well under pressure and communicate with staff at all levels, with a strong focus on quickly developing new relationships and understanding business needs.
Clear organisation and flexible approach, being able to balance several tasks concurrently and prioritise their respective completion.
Determination and self-drive to work diligently on significant repetitive tasks, finding motivation in their collective impact.
Basic understanding of Google G Suite (Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Drive, Meet), as well as Word, Excel and PDFs.
A keen interest in websites and technology, or knowledge of XHTML/Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is desired but not essential.
At PwC, empowered flexibility means our people can decide their most effective working pattern, and the times they work on any given day. Our expectation is that on average between 40-60% of time will be spent co-located with colleagues in an office, as part of a blended working approach.
This role is a 12 month secondment
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