Digital Platform Developer

  • Per Annum
    £38,000
  • Location
    Hampshire
  • Basis
    Contract

Digital Platform Developer – Basingstoke – 1 Year & 6 Month Contract – £19ph/£38kpa Umbrella (Inside IR35)

We are currently recruiting for a Digital Platform Developer to join the team of a public sector organisation within Basingstoke.

The post will entail a combination of home working, and subject to government guidelines, there would be office-based work.

PURPOSE OF ROLE:
You will design and develop the organisations Digital Customer Platform to deliver a better customer experience whilst striving for efficiencies and excellence.

The post would report directly to the Digital Programme Manager, and work alongside the Web Team and UX designers.

The role offers the chance to be involved in:

1 Interpreting business and technical requirements.
2 Contributing to website design to deliver a user-centred digital approach.
3 Creation of accessible web content and web services in collaboration with UX and interaction designers and developers.
4 Integration of data from various back-end services and databases.
5 Use of analytics to understand and analyse user journeys and performance of the website to inform decisions regarding the development of content and structure.
6 Promotion of the organisations website through search engine optimisation.

To be suitable for this opportunity; the following qualifications or experience is required:

* Excellent communication skills and a customer focus are essential to the post as is the ability to progress a varied workload and see the bigger picture.
* You will be a well organised person, who can work collaboratively but also independently to rapidly deliver high quality web content and web services.
* Relevant experience of working within a local authority will be a benefit.

For further information and to apply then please contact Deanna at STR on 02392322381 and email a copy of your most recent CV to dhiggins@strgroup.co.uk

strgroup is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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