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Web Content Development Officer, Royal Academy of Dance

  • 21st November 2018
  • London
  • Full time
  • Paid (£20k-25k)
  • dance, Other, education
  • Human Resources hr@rad.org.uk

Description

£22,000 - £26,000 pa
Fixed term maternity cover –with the possibility of an extension
Full time | 34.5 hours per week | Monday to Friday
Start date: 7 January 2019

The Royal Academy of Dance is a dynamic organisation dedicated to advancing standards of dance education and teaching, and to promoting and investing in the development of dance worldwide.

The RAD is seeking an experienced and talented Web Content Development Officer to play a pivotal role within the Marketing & Communications team.

Reporting to the Marketing Campaigns Manager, and working closing with the Content Manager and other stakeholders; you will provide support in the creation and migration of content for the Academy’s global website project. You will also create targeted web content and ensure the functionality of the current RAD website continues to be used as an effective platform in-line with the businesses’ communication strategy.

Sound communication skills in English, an attention to detail, the ability to think creatively and work effectively with many different stakeholders are all essential.

This is a rewarding and challenging role within the Marketing & Communications team at the Royal Academy of Dance, which is a forward thinking, equal opportunities employer. Additional benefits to the salary include paid holiday, pension scheme, season ticket loan and cycle to work scheme.

To apply for this role please visit www.royalacademyofdance.org/workwithus. CVs are only accepted in support of a completed application form. No agencies please.

Closing date: 21 November 2018 at 1200 noon
Interviews: 4 December 2018.

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