Web Content Editor

179274-2691-24162 NCD

Web Content Editor (Information Technology)
£16.90 per hour

Our client is looking for an experience Web Content Editor (Information Technology).

Reporting to the Digital Production Manager, you will:
• Work closely with stakeholders and team members to ensure our content is evidence based, user centred and continually optimised.
• Be responsible for editing and curating content on the Council’s website.
• Support the wider communications team with content for the Council’s intranet and social media presence.
• Support and provide guidance to web page content owners, ensuring content is relevant, up to date, accessible, easy to understand and consistent.
• Identify and refer technical issues to the relevant teams within the Council.
• Ensure content standards are maintained with particular emphasis on accessibility, security, risk and exposure.
• Ensure content standards, guidance, style and banding guidelines for the Council are met.
• Articulate the value of content design, supporting and coaching content owners across the Council to understand the connection between excellent content and excellent service/experience.
• Have a detailed, up to date understanding and practical knowledge of the digital communications landscape and identify the best ways to reach different audiences.
• Ensure all digital communications activities comply with GDPR, the Code of recommended practices on Local Authority Publications and any other relevant legislation or guidance.
• Significant experience in a similar role
• Highly developed and effective communication skills – oral and written
• Customer focused
• A strong commitment to honesty and openness. Treating people consistently fairly and with respect.
• An eye for detail with a collaborative and flexible approach
• You’ll be enthusiastic about promoting a user-centred way of working within the department and beyond. Your capacity for feedback – both giving and receiving – will be infinite.
• Highly organised; The ability to manage your own workload and competing priorities to meet deadlines
• Demonstrable knowledge and fine understanding of website management (site structures, mapping etc)
• Excellent understanding of good web writing practice. Basic HTML knowledge
• Strong knowledge of the technological platforms necessary to support the Councils website.
• Strong knowledge of web analytics concepts and software for their operation use
• Extensive knowledge of best practice in online communications including usability and accessibility
• Working knowledge of web languages and technology such as HTML, CSS, XML, CMS and web development tools
• Excellent understanding and experience of the configuration and management of websites to agreed service requirements and technical specifications.
• Experience of submitting support tickets for website bugs and issues.

PLEASE ONLY apply if you have the necessary skills, experience and expertise.

The first part of our recruitment process is to send your CV. Should you be short listed Colbern Limited will contact you within 5 days or we may contact you about other job opportunities. Colbern Limited along with our clients
are an equal opportunities employer.

To apply for this job email your details to cg@colbernlimited.co.uk

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