This vacancy is closed since the 13 March 2020.

Web Developer

3 month fixed term contract
35 hours per week
Salary Scale Grade 4 (£25,852 - £29,546)

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is home to more than 14,000 Physicians, Surgeons, Dentists, Travel Medicine and Podiatric Medicine practitioners worldwide. Established in 1599, the role of the College is the same today as it was at the beginning; to help and support our membership community deliver the highest standard of health care to their patients. With a strategic goal to be the “go to College” for all medical professionals, our staff are committed to delivering excellence guided by our core values of working together, being innovative in our thinking, demonstrating inclusivity, showing inspirational leadership, and maintaining integrity. 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.

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) 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.

Successful candidates will have the requisite ability and experience to meet the specific requirements of the post. If you believe you have the skills to be part of our team then apply by submitting your CV, with a covering letter and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form via S1jobs.

The closing date is Wednesday 13th March 2020 at 12 noon. It is anticipated that interviews will be held week commencing 16th March 2020.

If you have any queries please contact Rebecca Wood, Law at Work, - 0141 248 7826.

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