Staffordshire University

Person Specification

Job Title:

Digital Projects Officer

School/Service:

Marketing and Communications

The qualifications, experience, knowledge, skills and behaviours outlined above provide a summary of what is required to carry out this job effectively. They also form the selection criteria on which a decision to appointment will be made. Please ensure that you provide evidence of how you meet the criteria in your application.

No Selection Criteria Description Essential [E] or
Desirable [D]
Assessed
by *
1 Possess a University degree or equivalent qualification that supports the skills and abilities required for the post E A
2 Experience managing digital projects from conception to delivery E A/I
3 Knowledge and understanding of good practice in digital development, content management and excellent grasp of digital technologies and the effective use of them E A/I
4 Experience working on user-centred digital projects D A/I
5 Strong organisational and time management skills, with experience of coordinating multiple digital projects in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment E A/I
6 Experience of communicating digital ideas and their benefits in an accessible language, to stakeholders with varying experience and understanding. E A/I
7 Ability to coordinate digital projects, liaising with stakeholders and users to gather requirements. E A/I
8 An understanding of higher education sector (or similar) marketing objectives and how effective content marketing and digital communications can influence funnel metrics D A/I
9 Experience managing external suppliers and adhering to procurement processes and ensuring suppliers adhere to contractual obligations D I
10 Skilled in creating and negotiating amends to project requirements to ensure that project output is achievable, measurable and meets the needs of stakeholders and users E A/I
11 High standards of customer service, professional communications and relationship-building with internal and external stakeholders E A/I

* A - Application Form   I - Interview