[Job] Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), Website Editor, ??22.7-23.7 clos 31 Aug #scicomm-ish jobs

Another one from psci-com – the first is the email to the list, the second part is taken from their website. Not the most scicomm-ish thing I’ve posted but it sounds quite appealing and their Monday evening lectures are wonderul.

Previous jobs from the RGS (IBG)
Comms & Media Officer ??22.7-23.7k, clos 19 April
http://scicommjobs.posterous.com/job-royal-geographical-soc-vacancy-comms-and

Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) | RGS (with IBG)
Website Editor
http://www.rgs.org/NR/rdonlyres/191EB7C5-8683-4D21-B90D-5E1060475EF7/0/WebEditorJobDescriptionAug2010.pdf
EMAIL
Re: Website Editor for the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

 I am looking for a new Website Editor responsible for helping to develop content for and adding value to the Society???s main website and other online communications.

The appointment is for a fixed term of one year, potentially renewable thereafter subject to finances, and will be made in the salary range of ??22,715 to ??23,770 p.a. inclusive, according to experience.

Those wishing to apply for the post of Website Editor should email me at s.toole //at// rgs.org with a copy of their CV and covering letter explaining their suitability for the post and how they fulfil the selection criteria (as detailed on our website ??? see http://bit.ly/b5AiE2). Applicants should also include relevant examples their work to date.

Applications must be received by noon, Tuesday 31 August 2010. See www.rgs.org/jobs for further details.

Happy to speak or email anyone informally about the role ??? just drop me an email and will be happy to give a call???

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WEBSITE
http://www.rgs.org/AboutUs/Jobs.htm
Do you think you can you help to deliver and develop this well-known Society???s online communications? If so, the Society is seeking an individual who has experience as a web co-ordinator, who is a team player and communicates well, and who has a keen interest in geography.

Our website editor will not only keep our website updated and in good order, s/he will be responsive and thoughtful in working with staff to create new content and find imaginative solutions. In short, you will be responsible for maintaining a high quality web presence and helping to develop content for and adding value to the Society???s main website and other online communications.

You will have strong editorial skills, demonstrable experience of managing web technologies, including content management systems, CSS, and HTML, a good awareness of technology standards and emerging trends, and an appreciation and commitment to geography.

The appointment is for a fixed term of one year, potentially renewable thereafter subject to finances. It has a probationary period of three months. The post, which is pensionable, will be made in the salary range of ??22,715 to ??23,770 p.a. inclusive, according to experience.

Those wishing to apply for the post of Website Editor should either email or write to Dr Steven Toole at s.toole //at// rgs.org or Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR with a copy of their CV and covering letter explaining their suitability for the post and how they fulfil the selection criteria listed below. Please include relevant examples of your work to date. Applications must be received by noon, Tuesday 31 August 2010.

Interviews are expected to be held during the week beginning 6 September 2010. Only successful short listed candidates will be notified.
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