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Faculty Web Auditor (Intern) (1743-24)

Southampton, United Kingdom
£13.71 per hour
Closing date
18 Jun 2024

Faculty Central (MED)

Location: Southampton General Hospital
Salary:  £13.71 per hour
Closing Date: Tuesday 18 June 2024
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: U2701824LL-R

Start Date: 01 July 2024
End Date: 23 August 2024       
Location: Southampton General Hospital
Working Hours: 36 hours per week (Monday-Friday)

Job Purpose: To establish a framework of the Faculty of Medicine’s presence on the new University website infrastructure by auditing all the content that has been created specifically for the Faculty, including identifying site owners, recording URLs, out-of-date content and errors. The Faculty Web Auditor will also log tickets for any errors identified for the Web team to correct and may liaise with site owners and administrators or with the Digital UX and iSolutions teams.

Key accountabilities/primary responsibilities:

  • To contribute to the development of a framework for monitoring the Faculty’s web presence and allow ongoing updating and maintenance by creating a systematic audit of existing Faculty web content on Drupal including page content type, title, URLs, site owners and administrators and external and satellite site links.
  • To check the following details on all existing Faculty web pages like names and roles, dates and potential mistakes and bugs including formatting errors
  • Log tickets for the content to be updated or corrected, and bugs or formatting errors to be corrected.
  • To develop a good working knowledge of Faculty and School structure to be able to identify site owners and incorrect or out-of-date content.
  • To undertake any training deemed necessary by the line manager following consultation with the post holder with a focus on developing web literacy and critical thinking skills
  • To analyse, manipulate and interpret gathered information in order to inform next steps in ensuring that content is kept accurate and current.

Essential Skills:

  • Able to demonstrate a sufficient knowledge of work systems, equipment processes and standard IT packages.
  • Able to effectively organise allocated work activities and assist in the effective organisation of non-standard tasks and events. Able to work well with minimum supervision.
  • Able to independently solve a range of problems by responding to varying circumstances, whilst working within standard procedures.
  • Able to contribute to team efficiency through sharing information and constructively supporting others. Able to adapt well to change and service improvements.
  • Able to adjust style and language of email communication depending on the recipient(s).
  • Able to recognise inaccuracies in large amounts of data.
  • Able to seek and clarify detail.

Desirable Skills:

  • Experience of analysing data and presenting summary information clearly.
  • Previous work experience within an administrative support role.

Please note that unfortunately we can not accept Certificate of Sponsorship (COS) for Casual Work at the University of Southampton

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