Become part of the People’s Postcode Lottery team!
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic and growing business where people are at the heart of everything we do. We live by our four core values: fun, sharing, courageous and sustainable, and we will expect the same from you. Offering above the ‘average’ holiday allowance at 36 days per year, plus a day off on your birthday, along with a generous pension scheme, free fresh fruit and refreshments in the office, we look after our team! We encourage you to spend days volunteering with our charity partners and we commit to investing 4% of salaries into training each year. Perhaps that’s why The Sunday Times named People’s Postcode Lottery one of the top ten mid-size companies to work for in the UK.
What do we do?
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised more than £500 million for over 7,500 charities and good causes working to change lives for the better. We are an external lottery manager, operating society lotteries on behalf of a wide range of charitable organisations. Our mission is to help build a fairer, greener world by increasing the funds available for charities and good causes.
If you have seen our television advertisements starring George Clooney and Olivia Colman, you will know we have an incredible story to tell. Our marketing, communications and television teams create a lot of content. We need to make sure that content is managed effectively. That’s why we are investing in a state-of-the-art digital asset management system. Your job will be to launch the system, ensure our team harness its potential, and make it a success. The successful candidate will be a member of our communications department but will be required to forge strong working relationships with key colleagues across the business.
Lead the phased launch of our new digital asset management system
Liaise with relevant colleagues to ensure the system is fully compliant with all relevant legislation
Oversee the migration of content
Manage metadata, consents and retention policy
Ensure full adoption by team members
Provide training and ongoing support to colleagues
Develop and uphold governance policies and procedures
Establish consistent data definitions and monitor overall quality of content
Identify and manage the resolution of data quality issues
Enable external partners to upload content to the system, along with all necessary metadata
Monitor usage and continually identify ways to improve and develop the system
A degree or post graduate qualification in a relevant discipline
Extensive experience in digital asset management at an equivalent level
Strong knowledge of DAM, CMS, metadata taxonomy, SEO best practice, strategy principles and concepts for digital content
Substantial experience with digitizing and managing a variety of audio, video and image formats
Detailed understanding of digital rights management
Knowledge of audio, video and image editing software
Experience of working in a highly regulated industry
Knowledge of the third sector
Understanding of multimedia production techniques
Confidence to act as a champion for the digital asset management system
Positive, constructive and resilient attitude
Highly organised and methodical
Ability to work independently and with limited supervision
Excellent team-working skills
Whilst the core hours of the role will be 37.5 hours per week, worked Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 5:30pm, working outside these hours will be required on an occasional basis. Time in lieu will be offered.