Sitting within an award-winning Communications department, you’ll be part of a team responsible for ensuring that our corporate website is as impactful as possible in promoting our work, products and services to a worldwide and diverse chemistry community. We have a vision to ensure that every time someone engages with us through digital spaces, their relationship with us gets stronger. There are some exciting projects in the pipeline to transform key aspects of the web estate and your expertise will be fundamental to achieving success.
You’ll be using data to inform both functional and content-based enhancements to rsc.org, supporting stakeholders across the organisation to deliver projects via the website in the strongest way. We want to hear from you if you’re passionate about understanding user activity across websites using products such as Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics. A demonstrable a flair for optimising websites in the pursuit of better user experience and increased conversion will make your application stand out. You’ll need to be comfortable working with well-informed colleagues, whilst being able to translate technical aspects for non-experts and presenting findings with clarity.
You’ll also be supporting on the delivery and maintenance of website content, creating engaging experiences for our users that are on-brand and in line with campaign objectives. This is a unique opportunity to combine strong analytical skills with a creative touch resulting in the best use of the website as a communications and marketing channel. The rsc.org site uses the Episerver CMS so knowledge of this specific platform would be a bonus, though it’s not a requirement.
In return for your specialist expertise and passion for promoting the positive impact of chemistry and science generally, we will ensure you have all the training, support and tools needed to be successful in this role. The Royal Society of Chemistry offers an excellent benefits package for this full-time, permanent role based at the Science Park in Cambridge, including continuous professional development opportunities and flexible working.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply before the closing date.