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Technical Website Manager - Music

Job Title: Technical Website Manager - Music
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £50000 - £60000 per annum + 12 month FTC
Reference: BBBH84429
Contact Name: Robert Lindsay
Contact Email: robert.lindsay@handle.co.uk
Job Published: August 25, 2020 15:43

Job Description

Technical Website Manager - Music / Publishing

We currently have a great opportunity within the Music Publishing Industry for a Technical Website Manager who will be responsible for the growth and development of their high traffic website to a global audience.

* Initially a 12 month Fixed Term Contract (FTC)

Role:

  • Continuously develop and project manage the Multi-lingual website creating a best in class user experience.
  • Exploring and leading new thinking, partnerships, ideas, joint ventures and tech. developments.
  • Supporting and training the wider team in new developments and systems integration
  • Leading and managing tech partners on a global scale.

Preferred Experience:

  • Strong project management for tech and web pipelines and execution.
  • Managing multi-lingual website developments on data heavy, complex projects.
  • Managing the global online digital presence.
  • Working closely with external agencies and the internal marketing and tech team.
  • Lead on the communication of website, tech and system developments internally
  • Manage new system delivery developments.
  • reviewing of how the metadata is structured, supplied and how it enables content to appear accurately.
  • Good SEO and search optimization practise.

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of music / publishing industry.
  • Salesforce, quickbooks online, Music Maestro and Power BI.

To find out more about this great opportunity please click apply or alternatively contact Robert for any further questions.

Technical Website Manager - Music / Publishing

 

Handle actively welcomes applicants from under-represented backgrounds

 

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