E-Commerce Content Lead

The E-Commerce Content Lead will be responsible for the administrative support and assistance for The Raider Image E-Commerce website. This position is responsible for product content, updating product imagery and providing support to the Merchandise Brand Manager.

Essential Job Functions

  • Consistently audit the website to ensure all product and content information is correct.
  • Ensure all product pages are accurate; must be able to respond quickly to issues.
  • Ensure products are highly visible to the customer and easy to find via site search efforts and category navigation.
  • Compile, organize, and enter product descriptions, attributes, and related meta data into Master database.
  • Upload new and re-stock products including product images to website.
  • Remove Out-of-Stock items from the web after reviewing on hand and on order inventory.
  • Create product, front page and ad space images for online use, editing and resizing to specs in Photoshop.
  • Review Yahoo Analytics, make suggestions for changes.
  • Update store hours and events on the Raiderimage.com website.
  • Run weekly, monthly sale reports for Yahoo! Store along with competitive analysis.
  • Run weekly returned product and ensure availability online.
  • Address site issues and errors promptly, with comprehensive follow-up.
  • Confirm published content is best practice compliant, including SEO, naming conventions, brand guidelines, tagging, and testing for quality assurance.
  • All other duties as assigned.


  • College degree or equivalent business experience.
  • Exceptional work ethic, personal accountability, and strong time management skills.
  • Ability to work well independently and in a team environment.
  • Critical thinking and patience.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Must have knowledge of Microsoft office, Photoshop and Yahoo Business platform.
  • Must be flexible regarding work hours including, nights, weekends, and holidays.

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