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Digital Content Manager

Employer
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Location
Tower Hamlets, London (Greater)
Salary
Grade L £49,581 - £52,569
Closing date
1 Nov 2020

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Job Details

Role Purpose

We are looking for a Digital Content Manager to join our multi award winning Communications Service in London’s most exciting borough.

Our online audiences have never been more important. We have built our digital infrastructure and nurtured an online audience of over 100,000 users to help tell our story and encourage two-way engagement so we can work with our residents to create a better borough.

Covid has led to many of our residents depending on these channels and switching over from traditional media at a faster rate.

Key Responsibilities

The Digital Content Manager is a key role in our team to ensure that we retain our audiences, as well as increasing them as our borough becomes more digitally active.

You will oversee our Granicus newsletter system, Orlo social media system and be heavily involved in our new consultation platform called Let’s Talk Tower Hamlets.

You will be joining one of the best public sector teams in the country. Over the past few years, we have won national awards for campaigns, social media, ethics and crisis management.

 But we want to go further, and our new Digital Content Manger will be key to achieving it.

Requirements

The role is for a senior, high calibre public sector communications specialist with;

  • Significant experience in digital media
  • Strong newsletter, social media and consultation experience
  • Excellent eye for detail, design and writing skills
  • Political nous
  • Strong relationship management skills
  • Experience working in a local authority or government organisation is preferable

You will have an amazing place to work with.

Tower Hamlets offers the best of London in one borough. We have an amazing assets including Brick Lane, Columbia Road and Spitalfields markets, the museums Childhood and London Docklands, and other destinations including Truman Brewery and Victoria Park; we provide the third highest economic output of the UK with Canary Wharf and City Fringe; world class educational institutions including Queen Mary University and Barts NHS Trust and a rich history from the Tower of London to the docks, which has led to one of the most diverse populations in the country.

 

Excited? Then apply to join our team.

Closing date: 1st November 2020

Shortlisting will take place on Week Commencing 2nd November 2020

Interview Date : 11th November 2020

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