Vacancy: Website and Marketing Manager
We are looking for a competent and motivated individual to oversee the introduction and implementation of our new website from its design stage to launch as a vital interface with our members.
Appointed by: SOA President, on behalf of Board
Period of tenure: Minimum 3month contract
Hours of work: 3 days per week (21hours/week)
Place of work: The SOA’s headquarters is at Glenmore Lodge, near Aviemore and there is office space available. The SOA can be flexible regarding work location, including working from home. There is a requirement to attend regular update meetings at the HQ.
Reporting to: SOA Chief Operating Officer, acting as Line Manager, and the Marketing & Communications Director
Remittance: £18,000-£22,000 FTE dependent on experience.
Application Closing Date: 25th October 2018.
Applications should be made by submitting a CV and covering letter outlining suitability for the role to
Engaging with our stakeholders and increasing our membership are key strategic objectives for our organisation. We have been working on design and content of our new website and are now seeking an experienced individual to launch the site. The successful candidate will be responsible for working alongside the web developer, COO and Director to ensure that the transition from old to new site goes smoothly. In addition, we are looking to further develop the new site once live and ensuring that we are targeting the right audience. SEO will form a critical part of this role.
Website & Marketing Manager: Person Specification
The SOA is looking for an enthusiastic, competent person who meets the following criteria:
- Working knowledge of Google Analytics and Google products related to websites
- Demonstrated experience in website management and development specifically use of Word Press
- Excellent communication skills and ability to liaise with staff, volunteers and external partners in the project
- Interest and experience of orienteering
Should you have questions about the role please do contact