£7,200 for a 2 day week (based on an hourly rate of £10 x 15 hrs/wk x 48 wks). The contract is offered for one year initially with an option to extend the contract.
July 2nd 2012
Earlyarts is recruiting an I.T. and Social Media Assistant to help support the maintenance of Earlyarts web site on a Joomla.
Earlyarts is recruiting an I.T. and Social Media Assistant to help support the maintenance of Earlyarts web site on a Joomla 1.5 platform, conduct cross browser and accessibility testing, manage data and content updating, research and analyse relevant web software, provide web analytics on web usage and social media campaigns, and provide website support to the rest of the team and users as appropriate. This is a long term contract (with options for renewal) as we expand Earlyarts services.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Maintenance of Earlyarts web site on a Joomla 1.5 platform.
Analysing and reporting on web usage and social media campaigns using our SEO software.
Validation and accessibility testing, including cross browser testing.
Data and content updating.
Maintaining the web site Change Log on wiki.
Periodic testing of web site links, online forms, auto-responders, online accounts or interactive features from our members¡¦ perspective, and updating the bug tracker.
Support the Marketing and Research Assistant to identify and upload appropriate links, tags and keywords to Earlyarts online articles, images and publications; and help manage Earlyarts video and image libraries.
Support the team in adhering to our policies for Brand Management, Data Management and Finance and Admin, and maintaining them as required.
Support the Business Development Manager and Events Assistant in specific projects such as online marketing campaigns, ticket sales, CRM and sales analysis.
Ensure ongoing familiarity with our web site, and identify any software, design or functionality developments that might enable more efficient and effective delivery of our services.
Work in collaboration with the Earlyarts team, board and partners, and in line with Earlyarts principles, to achieve and share an excellent model of practice with all our stakeholders.
Essential skills and knowledge required:
Degree/HND or equivalent in an IT related subject.
Demonstrable experience in website development and maintenance.
Experience of the Joomla Content Management System.
Comprehensive knowledge of internet application tools.
Comprehensive knowledge of SEO infrastructure and web analytics, preferably with experience of SEO software.
Ability to write web pages adhering to web standards, accessibility and usability guidelines.
Self-motivated and enthusiastic with a commitment to Earlyarts values.
Ability to work well independently and remotely, sometimes in unsocial hours, with excellent self discipline and motivational skills, and an ability to stay on task and resist distractions.
Ability to work accurately and consistently with excellent attention to detail
Excellent IT literacy including Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, Google Docs.
Excellent web 2.0 literacy with strong understanding of social media applications, including Twitter, Wordpress, Facebook, Flickr, Vimeo, Skype.
Keen interest in arts, culture, early education or the digital sector.
Ability to travel for occasional Earlyarts events and monthly team meetings (in Huddersfield).
Commitment to a shared approach to working, building ideas as part of a team, championing Earlyarts values, and helping to find more effective ways of supporting our members.
More information and application pack here: http://www.earlyarts.co.uk/about-us/our-vacancies
Job: I.T. and Social Media Assistant