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Web editor at the Faculty of Humanities, UiO

EmployerUniversity of Oslo Job titleWeb editor at the Faculty of Humanities, UiOFrist23.05.2022Form employment
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About the position
Are you interested in good language and good user journeys online? Are you good at collaborating and guiding? Do you know what it takes to ensure that the Faculty of Humanities (HF) meets the future requirements for digital presence?

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Then you may be our new web editor!

HF is one of the largest faculties at the University of Oslo (UiO), and the faculty is now looking for a professionally strong web editor in a 100 percent permanent position. You will lead a team of four employees, and as a web editor, you have the main responsibility for strengthening the faculty’s position on digital surfaces. You report to the communications manager at the faculty, and will not have personnel responsibilities.

The faculty’s communication section has a total of nine full-time equivalents who work with all aspects of the communication subject. You will work in close collaboration with the rest of the communication staff and the other subject sections at the faculty.

Hf.uio.no (https://www.hf.uio.no/) is one of the most important meeting places the faculty has for students, researchers, society and business. The web editor has an ongoing dialogue with the departments’ professional environments when preparing web solutions. You have a good knowledge of what it means to work in a large organization, and you will have both strategic and operational tasks.

Important work tasks in the position
lead and follow up the daily work in the online editorial office
map needs and prepare plans for hf.uio.no (https://www.hf.uio.no/)
represent the faculty in the forum for UiO’s web editors, and follow up on key plans at the faculty
give advice to managers and content owners
provide regular measurements, analyzes and evaluations
You will also contribute to the section’s work with advice and planning in other communication areas.

Qualification requirements
relevant communication education, minimum at bachelor level. Relevant prior learning can replace the educational requirement
strong digital competence, and good experience with management and development of digital channels aimed at several target groups
experience in writing and disseminating content online
experience in leading teams
knowledge of measurement and analysis
good communication skills and language skills in Norwegian and English
we place great emphasis on you being motivated and personally fit for the position
It is a great advantage if you have experience with universal design, SEO and plain language. It is also an advantage that you master measurement and analysis tools, such as Google Analytics.

Personal characteristics
We are looking for you as:

is positive and is good at motivating and leading others
is professionally strong, enterprising and solution-oriented
works structured, analytical and meets deadlines
thrives with a large contact area, and the ability to create results in a large organization
likes high pace and can handle many tasks simultaneously

We offer
salary NOK 543 500 – 626 100 per year in position as advisor SKO 1434, or salary NOK 594 300 – 702 100 per year in position as senior advisor SKO 1364, depending on experience and competence
a pleasant working environment and work tasks with the opportunity for professional and personal development
flexible working hours
good welfare schemes (https://www.uio.no/for-ansatte/ansettelsesforhold/ansattgoder/)og opportunity for training during working hours
good pension scheme and favorable loan in the Government Pension Fund (https://www.spk.no/)

The application must contain
application letter
CV
diploma
When you apply for the position, we ask you to retrieve your educational results from Vitnemålsportalen (https://www.vitnemalsportalen.no/). If your educational results are not available via the Certificate Portal, please upload copies of your diplomas or transcripts.

Relevant applicants will be invited for an interview.

Other information
Pursuant to section 25, second paragraph, of the Public Access to Information Act, information about the applicant may be published even if the applicant has requested not to be entered on the list of applicants.

We refer to regulations for technical-administrative employees (https://www.uio.no/om/regelverk/personal/teknisk-administrativt/).

UiO has a takeover agreement (https://www.uio.no/for-ansatte/ansettelsesforhold/arbeidsresultater/)for all employees for the purpose of securing rights to research results etc.

Inclusion and diversity are a strength. UiO has a personnel policy goal of achieving a balanced gender composition and recruiting people with an immigrant background. Furthermore, we want employees with different competencies, professional combinations, life experience and perspectives. We will facilitate for employees who need it.

If there are qualified applicants with disabilities, gaps in the CV or immigrant background, we must call at least one applicant in each of these groups for an interview.

Contact information
For questions about the position:
Section Manager Petter Løken

https://www.hf.uio.no/personer/adm/fak/kommunikasjon/pettelok

telephone 952 37 474

For questions about how to apply:
HR consultant Julie Tøllefsen (https://www.hf.uio.no/p

ersoner / adm / fak / personal-arkiv / juliebt /)

About the employer
The University of Oslo is Norway’s oldest and highest ranked research and educational institution with 28,000 students and 7,500 employees. Academic breadth and internationally recognized research environments make UiO an important player in society.

The Faculty of Humanities (HF) at the University of Oslo is Norway’s largest humanities environment and one of the best humanities faculties in the Nordic region.

The faculty has about 6,000 students and offers 14 bachelor’s programs, 22 master’s programs, 18 year units and close to 70 subjects in the areas of language, culture, history, media, literature and ideas. At the Faculty of Humanities, more than 700 employees work at seven departments, two centers and a faculty administration. HF is the host faculty for the interdisciplinary initiative UiO: Norden, and also has two centers for outstanding research (SFF).

SectorPublicPlaceBox 1072 Blindern, 0316 OsloIndustryResearch, education and science, Public administrationPosition functionJournalist, Marketer, PR and information

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