It’s the start of a new week, which comes with an obligatory fresh new look on life (until tomorrow when we fall back into our old routines.) But don’t let that stop your decisions to go on the look for a new challenge and make 2016 a year with no regrets. Lucky for you we’ve had some great job opportunities on Bubble this week, but hurry some close very soon!
First up this week, Unicef UK are looking for a Digital Campaign Manager (Gifts in Wills) to join their team in London. This roles a fixed-term 10 month contract but don’t let that stop you, as you’ll be responsible for developing and optimising the microsite, overseeing large-scale digital marketing activities and managing TV and radio channels. The position will also require you to coordinate activities with a range of external agencies and evaluate these results. The ideal candidate will already have significant experience of managing digital projects with multiple external agencies and internal stakeholders, alongside planning ambitious digital marketing campaigns and content strategies. Interested? The closing date is 14/03/16 so don’t take too long to apply…
Next, University of the Arts London are looking to hire a Digital Development Manager to join their team in London. You will be managing the development team and supporting the University’s main digital channels, overseeing a team of developers to deliver a range of digital projects, new functionalities and applications that enhance and expand the University’s digital channels. The perfect candidate will have proven experience of managing complex digital projects using agile software development methodology. You will also be experienced in managing a team of web developers and working collaboratively with digital content managers and UX designers.
Next in line, the National Media Museum is on the search for a Web Manager to join their growing digital team in Bradford. You will be working on a new website for the museum as well as responsible for the National Media Museum’s website and the sole point of contact for the Museum’s online activities. Not only will you have a clear vision for what work’s (and doesn’t work) online in the cultural sector, you will be user-centred in your approach and have experience in the day-to-day housekeeping. You will already have experience of working with stakeholders to gather requirements, carrying out content audits and specifying website features and functionalities. Do you match the criteria? If so you should apply soon as the role closes on 16/03/16.
Next up, British Airways is looking for a Digital Project Manager to join their team in Heathrow. You’ll be part of the team that delivers a range of projects on ba.com and mobile (typical value £500k – £1m). You’ll work with responsive design, digital personalisation and British Airways award winning mobile app, whilst being responsible for governance, stakeholder management, business case production and delivery. On a day-to-day basis, you’ll interact with sponsors, delivery partners and UX and design teams to shape ideas into requirements and generate compelling customer experiences/pages designs. The ideal candidate will have a track record of delivering change on online or mobile sites within a commercial/sales/retail environment, whilst managing cross company stakeholders is key!
Last but by no means least, Sky Betting & Gaming need an Engineering Manager to join their expanding trading team in Leeds. You will oversee a number of squads to deliver and support products with a strong emphasis on customer value and technical excellence. You will primarily use open source technologies consisting of Java, LAMP, NodeJS, Mongo MySQL and Redis. Daily, you will work with your teams and with key technical leaders to define Sky Bet’s platform, vision and mobilise Sky Bet’s engineers to take them there. You’ll have significant proven experience in designing, developing and supporting high volume, highly critical products in both back office and web facing contexts; whilst also having experience of using the open source technologies as previously mentioned.