Vacancies . Digital Content & Analysis Executive
Digital Content & Analysis Executive
Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday). Permanent contract.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
Oxford Innovation Services (OIS) is a national market leader in supporting exciting small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) to grow. In Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, we are firmly established as a key deliverer of impactful business growth projects. We have secured a new 3-year ERDF-funded contract to support start-up and established businesses to grow and create jobs, and our experienced coaches will work with ambitious entrepreneurs on a one-to-one basis to help them achieve their business growth goals.
About the role
As our Digital Content & Analysis Executive you will play an important role as part of the core marketing team for the Transform2 (T2) project, which offers coaching and wider support to high growth businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. You will help to build / maintain the programme website and create engaging online content to help ensure our message reaches the intended audience.
This is an opportunity for a creative individual with outstanding writing skills and knowledge of WordPress, SEO (and, ideally, CSS) to contribute to the brand identity and promotion of a high profile project that will play a key role in enhancing the economy of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly by helping ambitious businesses achieve significant growth.
This is an ideal role for an ambitious professional to develop their career in a progressive and dynamic environment. Working from modern offices ideally located close to the A30 in Redruth, you will enjoy onsite facilities including a café and complimentary gym.
Candidates will be required to demonstrate their previous achievements through a portfolio, presented at interview.
Skills and Experience:
Your main responsibilities will be to develop website content and analyse the performance of digital marketing channels in addition to the following key activities:
- Understanding the T2 target audience in order to develop digital content for client engagement
- Liaising with coaches to come up with content, case studies and news stories for the blog
- Working with the wider marketing team to create video, visual design and infographic content for digital channels to promote the T2 programme, suitable for a B2B environment
- Building and maintaining the website using WordPress
- Assessing and analysing performance of digital channels
- Reviewing any content produced by agencies and feeding back to improve quality of communication
The Digital Content & Analysis Executive will have impeccable attention to detail and exceptional English language skills. You will be highly organised with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build effective relationships at all levels. Strong business writing skills are a must; you should be able to visualise and convey a message in an engaging way.
The ideal candidate will be a team player, willing to support the wider team when required with a positive outlook and flexible approach in a challenging environment where high levels of confidentiality and discretion are required.
Oxford Innovation Services (OIS) is an established and growing commercial organisation with contracts in the UK and internationally and we have progressive expansion plans. OIS runs a network of more than 20 innovation centres nationally that provide office space for start-ups and growing firms. OIS offers a culture of constant innovation and mutual respect which delivers bottom line results from within a stimulating and challenging working environment. OIS is part of SQW Group, a growing company with more than 230 staff offering consultancy services in sustainable economic development and planning to the public and private sectors in the UK, Europe and Asia.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds. This is an EU-funded project.
Our closing date is 9th April 2019.
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The role is part funded from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.