Interview date: 12th December
This will be a temporary role for 3-6 months and could go permanent.
Please apply ASAP!
Key Responsibilities will include:
Writing and editing web-based information, news and blogs that are appropriate for the charity audiences needs, within brand and tone of voice guidelines, and optimised for search
Copy-editing web content submitted and maintained by colleagues across the organisation
Managing the charity s image library to enhance our digital content
Producing a monthly internal staff e-newsletter
Liaise with third party suppliers and services to support the delivery of multimedia and other digital communications products.
Providing ad hoc marketing support, including production of marketing graphics for use across digital and offline channels, as directed by the Communications and Digital Manager
Reporting regularly on content performance using Google Analytics, metrics from social channels and other tools
In order to apply you should have the following skills and experience:
Experience of maintaining a website on a day-to-day basis
Copy-writing / editing experience, with the ability to tailor writing to different audiences and mediums and with excellent proof reading skills and an ability to fact check
Experience creating / managing the development of multimedia content (such as video or interactive tools) and evaluating its impact
Experience of producing detailed web analytics reports, and ability to interpret the statistics to understand trends, strengths and weaknesses
Experience of developing or contributing to the development of effective content plans based on audience needs and interests and external hooks
Social media expertise, with direct experience of using Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to maximise reach of content
An understanding of the theory and practice of SEO and online advertising tools including Google AdWords
Excellent time management and project planning skills and ability to work effectively with close attention to detail, under pressure and without close supervision
An ability to maintain accurate records and develop processes in order to keep on top of both regular and long-term tasks
Proven ability to work effectively as a member of a team, with colleagues across an organisation and with external contacts
An understanding of and empathy for the issues and barriers faced by single parent families, and an ability to interact sensitively with single parent stakeholders