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Do you have the digital skills and drive to take our communications strategy to the next level?  Are you self-motivated, pro-active and ready to make a positive impact? If so, we are looking for you.

The SCQF Partnership is an independent charitable company core funded by Scottish Government. Our small, friendly team of 12 staff all work to ensure that everyone in Scotland understands the full range of qualifications and learning pathways available in order to achieve their full potential. We provide a quality assured learning framework that is trusted by learners, employers and education providers alike.

The role

Part-time (21 hours per week) Glasgow/ hybrid (REF DCO26)

£26,500 - £35,000

The SCQF Partnership is seeking a talented and enthusiastic individual to manage our online presence and deliver a wide range of digital marketing activity, working alongside our Communications and Marketing Officer. You will take creative approaches focused on improving engagement and understanding of the SCQF across all of our key audiences. You’ll also have an opportunity to inform and shape our new Communications and Marketing Strategy and the future development of our website, helping to ensure that we are focused on achieving impact where it matters. 

The Digital Communications Officer will be a self-motivated team player, having experience of developing social media strategies, using a range of communications channels and be proficient in the use of content management systems and the application of analytics to inform future strategy. You will be able to demonstrate learning to SCQF Level 7/8.

Responsible to:  Head of Communications and Partnerships


Job Description

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Applications should be sent to Beverley Wallace by 5pm on Friday 9 June 2023.

Applications will be assessed following the closing date.

Interviews will be held on 21 June 2023.

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