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Digital Manager
Digital Manager
Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA)
Post Date: 03 Aug 2021

JOB OVERVIEW

For 75 years, the ICA has used its buildings and platform to celebrate the arts, influence culture, and bring people together to share radically progressive ideas. As we face some of the most complex ecological, economic and social-justice challenges ever seen, both nationally and globally, the ICA’s critical approach is needed more than ever. Over seven decades, the ICA has staged numerous ground-breaking exhibitions, legendary concerts, and its cinema continues to be a major voice in independent film. Today, our programme – across exhibitions, performance, cinema and film, theatre, music, architecture, design – is dedicated to issues of racial justice, social justice, and the championing of voices at the forefront of progressive culture.  
The successful Digital Manager will be responsible for managing the ICA’s website and leading the strategic development of the digital roadmap for our website, in line with organisational objectives. The successful candidate will also be responsible for implementing the roadmap and providing dedicated project management expertise to deliver projects commissioned across the organisation on time, within budget and according to the agreed scope. Part of the role is also to ensure that our digital infrastructure provides a secure and flexible base, enabling our website to play a critical role in delivering audience growth. 

Contract : Permanent / part time 4 days per week
Salary: £35,000 (pro rata to 4 days per week)
Closing date: Sunday 8th August, 11:59pm


Job Description and Person Specification

To apply, please send your CV and a brief covering letter (no more than 3 paragraphs) to [email protected] , also stating your salary expectation.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts is committed to upholding the Equality Act 2010 and encouraging equality and diversity within our workforce and all opportunities provided by the ICA. 
We encourage applications from all backgrounds, communities, and industries, and we are committed to having a team that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. Whilst some of our offices have barriers to access, we are taking steps to resolve these, and in the

meantime continue to encourage interest from applicants who require reasonable adjustments within the workplace. Equal Opportunities

Please also submit an equal opportunities form along with your application. The data you submit will help us enhance the diversity of our workforce. Submitting this form is voluntary and does not affect your application for the role. Applications are shortlisted anonymously and your equal opportunities data will only be used to help ensure our shortlist is diverse representation of the best applications received. After the shortlisting, your equal opportunities form is separated from the rest of the documents you submit and the data is retained without any personally identifying information. Your equal opportunities form is subsequently deleted.

The Institute of Contemporary Arts is committed to up-holding the Equality Act 2010 and encouraging equality and diversity within our workforce and all opportunities provided by the ICA.

We encourage applications from all backgrounds, communities and industries, and we are committed to having a team that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. Whilst some of our offices have barriers to access, we are taking steps to resolve these, and in the meantime continue to encourage interest from

JOB DETAILS

Location
London, UK

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