This role will be responsible for managing web projects ranging from video and rich media content production through to design and functional developments on the website. Based in West London
World-renowned university based in West London that is going through a period of ambitious growth. In order to continue to support a growing world-class education and research offering, professional services functions need to deliver more consistently high quality, effective and value-added services to students, academics and professional services staff across the university.
The key responsabilities for this Digital content Producer role are:
Have excellent writing and editing skills (for digital) and an understanding of production, editing and use of video, audio and stills photography.
Proficient in using content management systems.
Ability to plan and create web sections and optimise content.
SEO, usability practices and content tagging.
Uses digital channels to target groups, increase engagement and influence community behaviour.
Demonstrates a practical understanding of organisational functions, roles and communication requirements, to enable the design of contextualised and tailored content for internal audiences.
Segments audiences and uses audience insights to inform detailed plans; gathers insight on communication usage, needs and preferences.
Brings in digital communications and content good practice from other organisations and sectors.
Uses data to inform channels.
The successful digital content producer will have the following skills and experience:
This is a 12 month fixed term contract for a Digital content Producer paying £35,822 to £43,514 per annum.