Website Content Executive

For London - £28020 - £33259 per annum and National - £22982 - £27723 per annum
Full time - 36 hours per week for London and 37 hours per week for a National base.
Position Type
Full Time
Any College of Policing site (please see website for locations)
Closing Date
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College of Policing

Main Duties

About us:

Our vision is to be a world class professional body, equipping members with the skills and knowledge to prevent crime, protect the public and secure public trust. The quality of our services, the support for our members and a reputation for cutting-edge research and teaching will have a profound effect on the future development of policing in the UK and overseas for years to come.

· We have four complementary functions:

· Knowledge: developing the research and infrastructure for improving evidence of ‘what works’. Over time, this will ensure policing practice and standards are based on knowledge, not custom and convention.

· Education: supporting the development of individual members of the profession. We set educational requirements to assure the public of the quality and consistency of policing skills, and facilitate academic accreditation and recognition of our members’ expertise.

· Standards: drawing on the best available evidence of ‘what works’ to set standards in policing for forces and individuals, for example, through Authorised Professional Practice and peer review.

· Building the College: developing our infrastructure so we achieve even greater efficiency and effectiveness and establish the College as an independent professional body and employer of choice.

Applications are invited for the post of Website Content Executive

Skills and Experience

You’ll be joining the team at an exciting time helping us to rebrand the organisation and deliver a new website to help our users better understand what we’re here to do and how we can support them.

As an integral part of the branding and digital transformation projects you will work closely with our colleagues in Digital Services to develop a website that is clear and easy for our users to navigate.

You will be:

· writing and editing web copy for our new site

· supporting the Website Content Manager in delivering tone of voice workshops for content authors across the College of Policing

· running quarterly audits to ensure all copy is up to date, consistent and easy to understand

· working closely with our Digital Services team to ensure that the new website is iteratively developed based on user needs and research

· develop our blogging platform and writing blog posts to better engage with our users

All applicants must hold:

· Level 5 qualification (Degree) in English, Journalism, IT, Design or related discipline (or equivalent experience).

· Evidence of commitment to continuing professional development.

Please see job description for full details of the role.