Digital Engagement Officer

Recruiter
BREAST CANCER NOW
Location
London
Salary
24500.00 - 28000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
05 Aug 2017
Expires
02 Sep 2017
Sector
Childcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Digital Engagement Officer
35 hours per week
Permanent

We're Breast Cancer Now, the UK's largest breast cancer charity - and we're dedicated to funding research into this devastating disease. By 2050, we want everyone who develops breast cancer to live - and live well. And we need you to help make that happen.

The role

Do the three letters CMS spike your attention? Are you savvy in spotting stray commas or spicing up SEO? Would you like to be part of a team who are driving development and innovation, working with some of the smartest developers in the business?

We have an exciting opportunity to be a part of our dynamic, fast-paced and friendly team at a key time as the organisation continues to develop and grow.

As Digital Engagement Officer, you will play a pivotal role in content managing Breast Cancer Now's websites, as well as supporting on a variety of digital development projects that will increase engagement and encourage awareness of the charity's aims.

The role will be in the Digital Engagement team, who communicate the work and key messages of the charity to internal and external stakeholders via all digital channels. We also like tea, music and sharing knowledge, so a good bunch to be a part of.

The team is split into Digital Engagement, Digital Marketing and Social Engagement, with the Assistant Director of Digital Engagement heading up the team.

About you

The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic and interested in all things digital. You will have excellent online writing and editorial skills, and experience of producing and managing digital content that puts the user at the heart.

You will know your content management systems from your project management tools and be at ease editing images and working with Google Analytics. We're looking for a confident communicator who will champion the team and act as point of contact for queries and questions from across the organisation. You will help to make digital terminology understandable and attractive to others, be open to new ideas and have an appetite to achieve and learn.

Ideally you will have previously worked in a digital or communications role and will be proactive, creative, and adept at managing deadlines and changing priorities. You'll enjoy working as part of an ambitious and supportive team, and see the value in collaboration as you work with teams across fundraising, campaigns, research communications and health information.

Closing date 22 August 2017
Interview date w/c 28 August 2017