Digital Development Lead

Closing date:
11/12/2019
Salary:
£36,082 (negotiable, including London Weighting)
Hours:
35
Location:
Stratford, East London
Contract :
Permanent

About the role

Help us to deliver an excellent digital development process, to improve our digital platforms and services.

The Digital Development Lead is responsible for overseeing Mind’s digital development process – providing expert consultancy and support across a range of projects, and collaborating with internal teams, local Minds and external agencies to deliver high-quality products.

Mind’s digital channels and platforms play an essential part in our delivery of high-quality information and support, and our engagement with campaigners, fundraisers and supporters.

A well-organised, agile development process is key to all of that. In our continued commitment to making digital core to how we work, we want to include a motivated, knowledgeable and communicative Digital Development Lead in our Digital Team.

By managing a range of projects and offering expert consultancy and support, you will ensure that our digital products and services are delivered to an excellent standard, helping us to offer information and support to those who need it.

 

Digital at Mind

The Digital Team play a key role in delivering Mind’s vision, mission and goals. The team covers a range of expertise, encompassing digital content and marketing, development, transformation and analysis. We manage projects in an agile way, and collaborate with teams from across the organisation, along with the wider network of local Minds. We are supportive, passionate about mental health, and champion user experience and co-design.

We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. Our information was accessed more than 12 million times last year and our helplines answered almost 100,000 calls. The Digital team, like all teams across Mind, work closely with local Mind colleagues who deliver on the ground support for over 425,000 people. And all of our work is informed by collaboration with people with lived experience - last year nearly 24,000 people with lived experience of mental health problems helped us to make sure that our services meet the needs of people who use them.

 

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Closing date: 12 noon, 11th December 2019

Interview date: Week commencing the 16 of December 2019

Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

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