Join our team as a Digital Content Creator
Have you ever thought of using your creativity, photography/videography, and social media skills to promote digital health and care?
- Location: Glasgow and will involve office-based days as well as remote working
- Employment hours: Full-time (35 hours per week)
- Salary: £24,285 - £27,131
- Contract type: Fixed Term (Until 30 November 2023)
- Job reference number: 470223
- Closing date: 14 September 2022
The Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre (DHI) is one of Scotland’s seven innovation centres and a national resource, funded by the Scottish Government and the Scottish Funding Council, with its head office within the Glasgow City Innovation District.
It is a world-leading collaboration between The Glasgow School of Art and The University of Strathclyde, with a focus on innovating in digital health and care to help the people of Scotland live longer, healthier lives while providing sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Our mission is to transform great ideas into real solutions…
We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate, bold, and innovative individual to join our team to develop inspiring and engaging digital content across different platforms, to promote the DHI and its activities to different stakeholder audiences.
Excellent digital content production skills including audio, photography, videography, communication and written skills are required. You will be well organised and demonstrate the ability to prioritise your workload and work effectively with other team members.
Reporting to the Head of Communications & Marketing, this role will ensure the development of the DHI engagement process to a wide range of stakeholders by:
- Developing a consistent, standardised and managed approach to digital content production for distribution across multiple communication channels to internal and external stakeholders.
- Providing professional digital content recommendations for all aspects of audio, photography and videography capture, editing and final content production for DHI as well as liaising, negotiating and project managing tasks with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
This initial fixed-term opportunity (to November 2023) will be based in Glasgow at the University of Strathclyde and will involve office-based days as well as remote working.
- Competitive salary
- Holiday entitlement of 27 days plus additional entitlement to 11 public holidays
- Membership of the Universities Superannuation Pension Scheme
- Professional Development with Organisational and Staff Development Unit (OSDU) plus potential external training opportunities
- Access to our library’s facilities and resources
- Reduced rates of membership to the University's Centre for Sport and Recreation
- Access to a wide number of Health & Wellbeing events that take place regularly across the campus
- Application deadline: Wednesday 14 September 2022
- Interviews: Wednesday 21 September 2022
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