The position sits within the communications team and is integral to the not for profit being able to deliver high-quality communications to there various audiences.
The Digital Communications Officer is responsible for day-to-day implementation of the not for profits digital strategy, in the following ways:
- Uploads and updates content and updates functionality of the Institute’s website and the website of its journal, Public Health Research & Practice, as required
- Coordination of digital projects such as web builds, digital developments, new social media channels and multimedia projects
- Producing and uploading content for the Institute’s digital communications channels, including websites, e-newsletters, and social media accounts
- Negotiating with suppliers and handling relevant business relationships
- Ensuring staff understand how to use brand assets such as logos and templates
- Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills
- Ability to use data and analytics tools (Google Analytics, Facebook Insights etc)
- Strong organisational and project management skills
- Graphic design competencies
- Demonstrated experience with photo editing software
- Demonstrated ability to prioritise and manage competing tasks, meet deadlines and achieve results in a dynamic environment
- Good understanding of SEO principles.