Web Developer

35 hours per week
Salary Scale Grade 4 (£25,852 - £29,546)

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is a worldwide community of inspiring health professionals working together to advance the profession and improve patient care. Together we’re a force for good, determined to make a positive difference, and passionate about speaking up for the profession.

Our community is made up of the expertise and experience of our 14,000+ outstanding, hardworking members, supported by over 100 College staff. Together, our clinicians, all of whom give their time freely to the work of the College, and staff are committed to providing an innovative, relevant and inspiring programme of activity across the College, with the ultimate aim of enhancing patient safety.

With care and compassion at our core, our work is guided by our values of inclusivity, integrity, community, innovation, and inspiring, and we are committed to living these values and behaviours through the way we work and interact with each other. The College promotes an agile, flexible workforce and while this is a full-time post, applications from individuals seeking part-time, job-share, or flexible working arrangements are welcome.

As we look to the future changing demands of the profession and the way we deliver education and assessment, some exciting opportunities to join our team have become available.

The Role

Reporting to the Web Manager, the Web Developer will be responsible for the maintenance, development and day-to-day content updates to the College’s online presence in particular (but not exclusively) rcpsg.ac.uk. S/he will also be responsible for processing request queues and ensuring that any changes to the overall look, feel and content of the website(s) are consistent and in line with brand guidelines. The Web Developer will also be responsible for providing support to website users who experience difficulty logging in to their account.

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