Web Content Manager

  • Lion Hudson Limited
  • Oxford, UK
  • 01 Mar, 2019
Part time Marketing

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 Lion Hudson Limited, a 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 our website, maintaining web design and working with editorial, IT and marketing teams to facilitate this. This is a fantastic opportunity for a 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 we 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