Digital Communications Manager - Ambitious Law Firm

Location
England,London
Salary
£50000 - £60000 per annum
Posted
10 May 2017
Closes
25 May 2017
Ref
LT5567
Contact
Colette Norfolk
Job Function
Marketing
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
An ambitious and driven law firm is looking for a Digital Communications Manager to take the firm to the next level online.

With a website and brand refresh on the horizon, the firm is looking for a digital expert to lead and manage the implementation of the firm's digital communications strategy. The Digital Communications Manager will be leading on the management and project plan of the firm's new website which will involve working closely with both digital and brand agencies to ensure its vision is replicated and consistent online. You will need to have creative flair to bring fresh ideas to how the firm can bring its vision to life online, whilst ensuring that the new website is delivered on time and on budget. You will play a big role in providing guidance and best practice for employees to make the most of social media, leading on initiatives to increase understanding, setting strategy and implementing best use across relevant platforms will be a big part of this role. With all these projects to come, ensuring employees are kept up to date with changes via the firm's intranet will also be key.

This role will suit a bright and enthusiastic graduate with extensive previous experience in a digital communications role in another professional services firm to include a proven track record of running SEO, Social Media, and Direct Digital Marketing campaigns. The Digital Communications Manager will be team spirited and collaborative, while being able to take the initiative and lead projects and possess outstanding communication skills; and an ability to interact at various levels with confidence and a customer service attitude.

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