Web Content Editor

Ref No. EMP416829
Salary £100 - £200/day
Location Bedford, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (3 Months)
Job Status Applicants Required

Introduction

A Web Content Editor is required for 3 months (likely to be extended) based in Bedford

Important

Ability to prioritise well

The Job

Our client are on target to launch their new website, ideally our new starter would be in place in the lead up to the launch the aim is to modernise the site and make it more interactive. Would very much like an individual who can bring fresh ideas and recommendations



Centralised Function:

* Experience with working Centralised Management systems -use ' Microsoft Dynamic Portal' - Experience with this programme is desirable

* Ability to handle volume of queries

* 3 day SLA to respond and action queries

* Queries will be received from internal customers with urgent requests

Skill Set required:

* Organised Professional

* Ability to prioritise well

* Personable - Can manage well under pressure

* Excellent communicator

* Analytical Mind-set - long term aim is to report into each service with data insight

* Experience of working with contract management systems

* Looking for value Add / concept mind-set

* Ability to adapt to change



This role is to start asap and will pay around £100 to £200 per day ( Deemed Ltd/Umbrella) working inside the scope of IR35

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