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Job: Web Producer (National Media Museum)

The National Media Museum in Bradford, part of the National Museum of Science and Industry, is looking for a Web Producer to lead the development of its website into a dynamic and world-leading online arena for inspiring involvement in the media.
With a background in either Web Content, Web Design, Web Development, or Web Project Management, you will understand how of all of these combine to create dynamic and compelling online user experiences, and have the drive and organisation to deliver innovative and effective online solutions to the needs of the Museum and its audiences. 
With experience of managing and developing high-volume, large-scale websites you will have a thorough understanding of the use of the web in cultural, commercial and learning contexts.
Reporting to the Head of Web, you will work with stakeholders across the Museum to ensure that online work is coordinated with our brand and our wider cultural output. While you will have a pro-active hands-on approach to delivering solutions, you will also coordinate the work of other specialist members of the Web Team and external agencies. 
Passionate about digital technologies and what they can do for users, you will be a key advocate for the potential of the web within the Museum, and for the needs of the Museum within the Web Team.
For more information and full job description please contact:
Closing date for application: Friday 22nd July


Job ref: 29530 
Position: Web Producer 
Organisation: National Media Museum 
Location: UK, England, Bradford 
Closing date: 22/07/2011 d/m/y
Job Type: C 
Salary: £27,000

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