The Royal College of Ophthalmologists ensures that the highest achievable standards of eye care are delivered for patients through excellence in the training, education and assessment of eye doctors and their continuing professional development.
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|Job Title:||Digital Lead|
|Reports to:||Head of Communications & Engagement|
|Location:||18 Stephenson Way, London NW1 2HD|
Main Purpose and Deliverables
The Digital Lead, working with the Head of Communications & Engagement, will manage the development and implementation of the digital communications strategy to engage members and other key stakeholders. He/she will be responsible for the daily management of topical content on the full suite of RCOphth sharing and digital platforms and will work closely with the other team members across departments.
Main Areas of Work and Responsibility
- Responsible for leading the overall digital communications culture and strategy in the Royal College
- Write and develop dynamic and engaging professional content across all digital channels
- Be a digital role model and encourage a positive digital culture, providing expert support, training and advise to colleagues and members
- Audit and research trends in digital membership communications to improve user experience
- Maintain an active understanding and interest in the role of the RCOphth and its members
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