Student Wellbeing Services Location: Bailrigg Salary: £31,396 to £36,024 (Full time position, until 7 February 2025) Closing Date: Sunday 18 February 2024 Interview Date: Wednesday 06 March 2024 Reference: 1543-23
Location: Lancaster. Open to flexible working arrangements e.g. flexible start/finish times and blended remote/office working (typically four days on campus, one day working from home if desired).
Are you passionate about digital innovation and transformation and looking for an opportunity to use your skills and experience to deliver a high quality digital experience for students at Lancaster University?
We are looking for an innovative Digital Content Management Lead with exceptional digital, technical and organisational skills and experience of successfully managing information services within a complex organisation.
As Digital Content Management Lead you will ensure successful development, improvement and management of the online ASK digital student information service, delivered through the student online Portal and iLancaster, the University's dedicated mobile app. You will support stakeholders across the university to develop digital content and manage content quality standards, define guidance and deliver training for use of the online ASK in the Portal and iLancaster services. You will act as a primary point of contact for local content editors across professional services divisions, faculties, academic departments and the Students' Union and will need to be able to establish productive working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.
This post is offered on a fixed-term basis for 12 months.
This role would also be an excellent secondment opportunity for existing employees.
If you would like more information or an informal discussion about the role, please contact Jessica Beaumont, Head of ASK ([email protected]).
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