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Part Time Web Admin Manager wanted (20 hours per week)

Posted: 3 December 2018

RunUltra is a global community of over half a million runners built to support the global ultra running community.  We're now looking for a Part Time Web Admin Manager to support and grow the runner community and race listings.
RunUltra offers the ultra runner over 2,250 ultra running events around the world, runner reviews and articles, forums and a place to network with other ultra runners. They already have thousands of runners registered on the website and work with many sports brands.
The Web Admin Manager is an important role and you will be the engine of RunUltra and the chief listener to event organisers. Remote training via Skype on the content management system and processes to be carried out will be provided for this work.
This work involves working with our key distribution partners to help drive traffic to our websites and improving conversion and average transaction values.  The Web Admin Manager will work closely with the management team, to ensure effective planning, coordination and sharing of insights from runner and event organiser conversations.
Role Description

The Web Admin Manager will be expected to provide the following services:

  • Work closely with the Editor regarding approval and loading of content, imagery and videos awaiting publication on the website, such as event listings, articles and kit reviews.
  • Handling enquiries that come into the business from the contact us page in a timely manner (within 24 hours exc. weekends)
  • Setting up and scheduling regular email communications to runners, organisers and business partners. (Twice monthly email to runners and email bulletin to organisers and business partners every other month and regular emails to new members and race and kit reviewers).

The role will be for 20 hours a week (4 hours per day) on a freelance basis and will require daily checking of email queries from Mon to Friday. The team works virtually so the person in this role can work from home with regular monthly team sessions.

There is a monthly team meeting held one evening a month from 7.30pm-9.00pm and the 2019 annual schedule is available. The work requires fast broadband, Skype access and use of your own equipment.

Person Brief

Experience and Qualifications

  • Minimum of degree level education
  • Excellent written English
  • Computer literate
  • 2-3 years website management or account management experience
  • Demonstration in previous roles of working on a website content management systems for at least 6 months and conversion of enquiries into bookings or sales
  • Ability to use Photoshop to resize, crop and edit images and create PDFs
  • Ability to use Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Google Analytics, Sheets and Docs
  • Experience of invoicing on a 3rd party web platform preferred
  • Experience of working with email management software (training will be provided)
  • Preferably someone with a passion for running

Personal Qualities

  • Strong attention to detail and thorough approach to problem solving for runners and event organisers
  • Self-motivated, self-starter, able to work on one’s own initiative but also play a valuable team role.
  • A networker with strong collaboration and online communication skills  
  • Passionate about online/digital
  • Ability to work to tight publishing deadlines and to write and edit copy for the web.

To apply

No agencies.  Please use our contact us form or email info@face-marketing before 10 December 2019 with your CV and why you wish to apply for this role.
We look forward to hearing from you.

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