Digital Advisor/Senior Digital Advisor

Nz gov mbie - Wellington City
new offer (13/08/2020)

job description

Are you a digitally savvy communicator who puts the user experience at the centre of all they do?
Do you have experience writing for web, social media and creating accessible content?
Have you got a proven track record working across a range of digital channels and utilising digital tools to enhance usability
Provide digital communications support for legislation change in the housing and tenancy market
Fixed term/secondment opportunity for nine months
Wellington CBD based
About the role
Part of a high performing team, the Digital Advisor/Senior Digital Advisor will manage the development of enhancements across a suite of websites, digital resources and tools. You will know how to write for web, and produce engaging content across a variety of digital channels and information and education marketing campaigns (including audio, film and visual digital assets and resources).
As part of the digital and marketing team you will contribute to communications initiatives by ensuring our digital channels are fit for purpose. This will include monitoring performance and usability and designing plans to develop our channels to better serve our users.
You will be up-to-date with the latest digital trends, techniques and technologies, and will be able to identify how these can be leveraged in order to improve efficiency, quality and consistency.
Skills and experience required:
Ability to develop, implement and evaluate digital and social media strategies, standards, policies, processes and procedures.
Practical experience with Content Management Systems (ideally CWP), Adobe Creative Suite and MS Office.
Knowledge of web content best practices, including writing for the web, plain language, search engine optimisation, and accessibility.
An understanding of user experience (UX) principles and best practices.
Ability to use and interpret website analytics to improve user experience
Experience in producing accessible content for hard to reach audiences.
Excellent project and time management skills ? able to handle multiple competing projects.
Proven ability to quickly establish and maintain strong working relationships.
Qualifications
A tertiary qualification is preferable ? ideally in a related area (online/digital communications and marketing).
Must have the legal right to work in New Zealand.
About MBIE:
MBIE is the lead agency for making it easier for business to work with government. MBIE\ 's purpose is to grow the NewZealand economy to provide a better standard of living for all New Zealanders. We do this by working with others to help businesses to be more competitive, improving job opportunities and by ensuring quality housing is more affordable.
The Information and Education team sits with in the Housing and Tenancy Services Branch. The team\ 's mission is to:
Shape information and education initiatives that motivate behavioural change, improving how the housing and tenancy system functions.
Collaborate with the wider housing and tenancy system including internal and external partners to contribute to shared goals and support sector compliance
Deliver timely ?source of truth\ ' information through communication channels to educate audiences about their rights and responsibilities.
How to apply:
Click on the APPLY button below in order to be directed to our on-line careers website. You may view a position description at this site, as well as complete the on-line application, and upload a CV and cover letter. For tracking and evaluation purposes, all applications must be submitted via our on-line process.
Please specify in your cover letter whether you are applying for the Advisors or Senior Advisors role.
Should you have any questions please in the first instance get in touch with Matt.Guy Email matt.guy@mbie.govt.nz and reference MBIE/1466153
Applications close at 5pm on 16 July 2020.
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