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Bristol City Council
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BristolHybrid remote
£33,024 - £36,648 a year - Permanent, Part-time
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Permanent, Part Time working 24 hours per week with flexible working hours.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Digital Services team at Bristol City Council. We are dedicated to building digital services that prioritise the needs of our citizens, businesses and communities.

You will join our User-Centred Design team to support the creation of innovative, easy to use digital experiences aligning with the needs and preferences of our users, while meeting business objectives.

Responsibilities include:

  • Edit and publish engaging, usable, accessible user-centred content and services for our website and intranet, following our style and standards.
  • Edit and create simple online forms.
  • Manage expiring and out-of-date content, set up redirectors and fix broken links.
  • Manage citizen feedback on our online services in a professional and timely manner, investigate issues and contact citizens for further information, flag common problems and refer issues to the relevant team.
  • Support Senior Content and UX Designers on content design projects, for example with user research and testing.
  • Work with stakeholders when necessary to update their content, support them with best practice regarding web content and applications.

Skills required:

  • Experience of working in content design, UX, web editing or another relevant role or a relevant degree or qualification.
  • Working knowledge of creating, iterating and managing user-centred content using style guides as well as a demonstrable attention to detail, for example proof reading content.
  • Strong personal organisational skills and the ability to co-ordinate a number of tasks simultaneously, adapt to changing priorities, and work to tight deadlines under pressure.
  • Be familiar with the Government Digital Service (GDS) approach and accessibility standards.
  • Have good communication skills.
  • Be a problem solver.

Why Bristol City Council?

At Bristol City Council, we go that extra mile for our people; we offer a work environment which is fast moving and supportive, giving you the chance to use your skills and develop new ones within a high-profile organisation. For the majority of our roles hybrid working arrangements are available, giving teams the opportunity to work in a way that suits them, balancing service need and individual choice - mixing both home and office working.

Join us and you’ll receive an excellent rewards package including flexible working and flexitime, membership of the Local Government Pension scheme, and a generous annual leave allowance. In addition, you’ll be working in a supportive environment where you’ll have the chance to make Bristol a better place and contribute to its future.

How do I apply?

If you share our values and are ready to be part of our exciting journey please select the apply button below.

To be shortlisted for interview you’ll need to demonstrate how you meet each of the essential criteria in the Person Specification within the Further Information section of your application. On occasion we will receive high numbers of applications, we may then shortlist against the desirable criteria along with the essential criteria, so if you can, please demonstrate how you meet this in your application.

Application closes: 10 March 2024 11.59pm.

Shortlisting: 12 March 2024.

Interviews: 20 and 21 March 2024.

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Christophe Huguier, User-Centred Design Manager:

At Bristol City Council, we value having a workforce as diverse as the city we serve. We therefore welcome, develop and promote people from all sections of the community. Appointments will be made on merit.
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