Webmaster
Role title: Webmaster
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Summary statement: A webmaster is responsible for the setup and operation of one or more websites.
Mission:  To contribute to the success of the enterprise by providing and maintaining an online presence for marketing and customer interaction.
Deliverables: AccountableResponsibleContributor

Webmaster is the most common and most ancient job in the internet world. Master of the Website, the webmaster is etymologically in charge of most of the tasks concerning the website:
  • Defining the objective, specifications, technical approach, technical implementation, content development, defining and producing the information, analysing and promoting the audience.

  • In small SMEs (which represent the majority of the market), the webmaster is often the only webrelated collaborator.

  • In larger companies, the webmaster can be part of a team gathering other technical and content specialist functions (such as web designer, 2D-3D specialist, web developer).

  • He is also the interface between the public and the company and the contact point with the company, answering questions from the public or transferring them to the relevant department of the company.


  • Website design specification.

  • Website development plan.

  • Security plan.

  • Data-protection plan.

Main task/s:
  • Ensuring that the web servers, hardware and software are operating accurately.

  • Contributing to the design of the website(s).

  • Generating and revising web pages.

  • Replying to user comments.

  • Ensuring technical stability and security of the website(s).

  • Perform maintenance, updates, and implementing technical revisions, when necessary.

  • Examining traffic through the site.


Environment: Ensuring that the web servers, hardware and software are operating accurately.Contributing to the design of the website(s).Generating and revising web pages.Replying to user comments.Ensuring technical stability and security of the website(s).Perform maintenance, updates, and implementing technical revisions, when necessary.Examining traffic through the site.
KPI’s:
  • Run-time duration.

  • Level of security.

  • Website availability.

  • Website reliability.

  • Website accessibility.

  • Technical response times.

  • Load management levels.

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