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Digital Manager

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Breast Cancer Care
21 October 2013
04 November 2013
Southwark, London
£37,330 pa incl LW (NJC Grade G, point 40)

Further information

•    £37,330 pa incl LW
•    NJC Grade G, point 40
•    Full time, permanent
•    Based in London

This is an excellent opportunity to help shape the future of digital at Breast Cancer Care. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with a passion for digital and social to lead the team at a pivotal time.  Over the next year we will be rebuilding the Breast Cancer Care website and rolling out a new strategic approach to digital, working with teams across the organisation to transform our digital presence.

The post-holder will have overall responsibility for the content and development of the Breast Cancer Care website as well as other digital platforms. They will work closely with the Head of Digital to deliver our vision of a user centred experience across all digital channels whilst supporting services, fundraising and marketing needs and manage a team of three. They will provide technical and creative support and best practice advice to all digitally-delivered activity and channels across the organisation.

As well as having first class digital skills, you will have excellent planning, project management and organisational experience with the ability to communicate complex issues effectively. The post-holder will need to step into the role quickly, and have a good understanding of the challenges of providing digital support and cross-promoting services, fundraising and campaigning. Experience in website content management, e-commerce, managing email communications, Google Ad Words and Analytics is essential. A good working knowledge of Drupal would also be an advantage.

To find out more about us, and to apply for this post, please visit our website at If you do not have internet access, please call our recruitment line on 0845 092 0801.

Closing date for applications:     9am, 30th October 2013

First interviews:     4th November 2013


Breast Cancer Care