Vacancy: Web and Digital Channels Senior Coordinator
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Would you like to help governments improve the public impact of their policies?
We have a vacancy for a web and digital channels senior coordinator at our rapidly-growing organisation. Working closely with CPI’s director of communications and other team members, you will be responsible for developing and implementing our online and digital channels strategy.
This is a hands-on, operational role with responsibility for our growing digital presence, overseeing and project managing a new phase of our website and helping shape how we develop our voice and networks on social media.
In this newly created role, you will be solely responsible for transforming the organisation’s digital and online presence by connecting what we do online with what we do in email marketing and offline events. These channels are all designed to reach a senior, well-informed global audience, primarily using the English language but we want to have some parts of the website translated in the future.
Activities will include:
- Ensuring value for our money in all our web and digital activity, managing contracts for creative and web development
- Ensuring all the digital channels are managed and maintained effectively on a day-to-day basis, liaising with colleagues, third party suppliers, web developers and agency support as appropriate
- Creating and posting social media content across multiple platforms with a focus on growing the online community
- Demonstrating the value and opportunity that the digital channels offer, ensuring that CPI is maximising its digital impact and improving we communicate with governments and the wider public sector around the world
- Supporting the wider team at our events and workshops, assisting research and suggesting new ideas and approaches to help promote the cause of public impact
- Constantly identifying opportunities to further the CPI’s visibility and awareness through web and digital channels and email marketing and engage with internal and external audiences to share and amplify content
This role is open to anyone with a university degree or equivalent experience working in a digital environment. Further qualifications in IT and website/online and social media development are desirable and you must be proficient in web and digital skills, experienced and confident with WordPress websites and possess basic IT skills – Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Gmail. You should also have at least five years post graduate relevant experience of building an engaged digital community and managing websites, as well as a keen interest in public policy with an understanding of the context, issues and opportunities that will inform the CPI’s role and position.
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