Technical Web Manager
16 October 2018 23:55
The AEMSS (Academic Enterprise Marketing and Sales Systems) Project is seeking to implement a new LMS (Learning Management System) that will integrate with the UAL website to provide an improved user experience for students from the moment they visit short course pages to when they place a booking, and will also integrate with a CRM in order to deliver more effective marketing and and better customer care.
The Web Manager will be responsible for project managing the e-commerce development and ongoing maintenance of the interfaces between the CMS and the Administrate Learning Management System and our current CRM, Salesforce. They will also be managing third party suppliers and both internal and external stakeholders for the AEMSS Project on behalf of UAL Short Courses Ltd and Language Centre; both of which are part of the Academic Enterprise Department. Going forward this will transition into business as usual.
They will be required to work with third party suppliers, the AEMSS Project Manager, Business Analyst, UALSC Marketers, UALSC UX Designer, UAL Solution Architect and the UAL Digital team as well various teams within UAL and UALSC to ensure successful delivery of the AEMSS Implementation project, and ongoing functionality.
The University of the Arts London is recognised around the world as a leading institution for teaching and research in arts, design, fashion, communication, and the performing arts.
This post is part of the cross-UAL Department of Academic Enterprise (AE) which aims to increase the amount of income and surplus generated by the University from non-core teaching and research activities. Academic Enterprise not only integrates and bolsters a wide range of business and client-facing work across the University, but also develops new products and services for new and existing markets.
Academic Enterprise is a successful and growing department with an anticipated combined turnover of £32m in 2017/18, from both B2B and B2C activities. There are approximately 195 staff and 650 hourly paid tutors working in Academic Enterprise operations in all UAL’s Colleges as well as central university services. Each year, around 70,000 students study on short courses or qualifications offered by AE business units.
You will have experience of working as a web developer preferably within a project team.
You will have a robust understanding of the web's 3 main principles HTTP, URI and HTML and familiarity with REST API and Webhooks.
Experience of working with web application frameworks and web services, and an understanding of programming and development.
Candidates are advised to submit applications early to avoid disappointment as we reserve the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised closing date.
This opportunity is closed to applications.