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Digital Communications Officer (Website)

Location: All Wales, with offices in Cardiff and St Asaph (temporarily remote)
Salary: £28,796 - £32,351
Closing date: Sunday 03 October 2021
Closing time: 24:00

Job description

We are looking to fill the key role of Digital Communications Officer (website) in our busy team.

You will routinely manage our website, as well as develop and improve its functionality and effectiveness to make sure it can meet any future requirements.

As part of this work, you will also quality-assure the structure and content of the website.

The main purpose of the job is to:

  • lead the effective day to-day running and development of the Social Care Wales website.
  • constantly monitor and review the website, and recommend and implement agreed improvements to the design, content, and functionality.
  • implement the website governance process and work with other members of the team who are web editors to make sure the quality of the website is maintained and enhanced.
  • provide guidance and coaching for colleagues on best practice in developing and publishing content for the website.

We are looking for people who can carry out every aspect of the job in Welsh and English.

Although we have offices in Cardiff and St Asaph, we are all working from home at the moment and expect this will continue for a little while yet.

We'll be holding interviews for the shortlisted candidates on 18 October.

We are currently holding our interviews over Zoom and, if you’re invited to interview, we’ll give you a chance to test it out beforehand if you’re unfamiliar with it.

How to apply

Return your completed application and equality forms to our HR team at

If you have any questions about the job, get in touch with Bethan Price, Senior communications officer, at or Malcolm Williams, Communications and public affairs manager, at

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