Web Manager

University of East Anglia - Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research

Part-time Web Manager (0.4FTE)

Our website www.tyndall.ac.uk is UEA’s most visited research website and contributes to the School of Environmental Sciences and the wider University’s international impact. The School of Environmental Sciences is one of the largest and longest established academic departments in Europe to focus on the study of the global environment; and hosts the headquarters of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, a partnership of eight UK Universities.

We need a confident, competent, self-guided and independent technical and development and design specialist to develop and maintain online solutions for our communication and engagement needs across the Tyndall Centre partnership. Our web manager is a big role in a small team. The post-holder will take full responsibility for continual development of our main Drupal, existing Wordpress microsites, and build new Wordpress sites when needed. You ensure that all sites are permanently secure, advice on online strategy, analyse traffic and make recommendations. Your key performance indicator is to build target traffic. You have sole responsibility for maintaining, identifying, and implementing online solutions to the Tyndall Centre’s communication needs.

You must have strong web design and information management skills. Creativity, flexibility, independence and attention to detail are key. You should also be able to fulfil all the essential criteria from the Person Specification.

This part time (0.4 FTE) post is available 1 December 2017 for a fixed term period of 24 months.

The University is a Bronze Athena Swan Award holder, currently working towards Silver

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