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Digital Officer- 5 month FTC

A children's disability charity is looking for a Digital Officer to join their team in London. This is a 5 month fixed term contract.
Key Responsibilities will include:
-As part of the charity's website redevelopment project, the post holder will be required to conduct UAT across different platforms
-Support the Digital Project Manager in ensuring that teams around the organisation are completing UAT and the migration of their content
-Support the Digital project Manager in delivering user acceptance testing
-Assist with the daily management of the charity's digital channels (email, website and social media channels)
-Work with the Senior Content Officer to ensure the website is fully optimised
-With the Head of Digital Engagement and Senior Content Officer, develop and implement user journeys to increase on-site conversion of membership registrations
In order to apply you should have the following skills and experience:
-Experience of website development
-Experience of conducting UAT across different platforms and of migrating content.
-Proven experience of developing and delivering digital campaigns
-Strong project management skills and of working with both waterfall and Agile project management.
-Good understanding of effective integrated marketing communications and experience of mapping user journeys.
-Experience of using Search Engine Optimisation, Google Analytics, Facebook insights and other analytic tools.
If you have these skills then please send me your up to date CV. Please note that only suitable candidates will be contacted with further information.

How to Apply

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