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Web Content Manager (Trade Publisher)

Location:
Oxfordshire
Salary:
Available upon request
Date Posted:
08 Jan 2019
Advertising End Date:
07 Feb 2019
Vacancy Type:
Contract
Reference:
7526
Job Description
Do you have excellent copywriting skills, with some familiarity of digital publishing products and processes? We are looking for a Web Content Manager to join a trade publisher of Christian faith titles in Oxford. The role is part time (3 days/ 21 hours per week) to cover maternity on a fixed term basis. You will be responsible for managing content for their website, maintaining web design and working with editorial, IT and marketing teams to facilitate this. This is a fantastic opportunity for digital savvy person with a background as an editor or experience in marketing/content writing who requires flexible working.

Key duties:
Responsible for content for company website including written text, multimedia, and images
Writing engaging web text and managing basic web design such as creating landing pages and linking to social and multimedia platforms
Using web content management systems for quality checking, carry out metadata checks and reporting technical issues to IT support team
Collaborating with e-commerce service providers, website partners and manage corporate postings
Attend meetings to feedback web plans to wider company, including website usage and statistics to analyse effectiveness

Experience / skills required:
Excellent editorial and writing skills, within a print or online environment 
Familiarity with digital publishing products and processes
Understanding of digital books marketing with a solid understanding book metadata
Excellent technical, communication and team-working skills
Ability to multitask and work efficiently to tight deadlines
content Management experience highly desirable
Knowledge of web design, desktop publishing and photo editing would be useful
Proficiency in MS outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint, ideally with knowledge of Adobe InDesign and Photoshop

GOR: Due to the nature of publications and the author community that they publish, this role has a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) to be a practicing Christian in communion with a Christian community whose statement of faith aligns with the Nicene Creed. This is an occupational requirement as permitted in accordance with schedule 9, part 1of the Equality Act 2010

For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to clairecs@atwoodtate.co.uk

Contact:        Claire Carrington-Smith       
Tel:               01865 339 532
 

Atwood Tate embraces diversity and seeks to promote the benefits of diversity in all of our business activities and to develop a business culture that reflects that belief. We welcome applications from all members of society irrespective of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief.