We have four vacancies in the Digital Communications team, closing date for applications is Friday 18 November. We want to build a team that will ensure the University’s website is standardised, simplified and consolidated, providing an excellent user experience for everyone.
Senior Web Content Editor
Are you someone with experience in editing and managing digital content, who has skills in information architecture and content management strategies? If you also understand accessibility and search engine optimisation, then see further details about the Senior Web Content Editor post.
Web Content Editor and Trainer
Do you have content editing skills and enjoy sharing your experience and knowledge with others so they can improve their digital literacy? If so, then see further details about the Web Content Editor and Trainer role.
Web Content Editor
Do you have experience in creating and editing web content, along with an understanding of accessibility and search engine optimisation? If so, please see further details about the Web Content Editor role.
We are looking for an experienced web developer who can develop and support the Digital Pattern Library, along with providing technical expertise to support the other systems we look after, such as Funnelback. See further details about the Web Developer post.
The Digital Communications team at St Andrews is a varied band of digital experts. We’re passionate about improving the experience of our users, whether they’re prospective students, local community members, academic researchers or visitors to the town.
We’re united in our commitment to design by data and rigorous and regular testing. We’re the ones that come up with new ideas, prototype them, test them, iterate upon them, code them, launch them and then make them better. We’re fast-moving and proactive in our approach.
Currently a team of five, you’ll be sitting alongside a designer and web developers. You can find out more about our team on the about page of this blog.
Digital Communications sits within IT Services.
If you’ve got any questions about the role, feel free to drop any informal enquiries to Dr Stephen Evans ([email protected]).