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Website Administrator

Have you got web development skills and want to build on your abilities as part of a small, dedicated in-house digital team?

Do you want to be part of an organisation that supports people working across the energy industry and tackling climate change?

If so, we want to hear from you!

The Energy Institute is looking to appoint a talented and creative Website Administrator who is keen to learn and work with modern web capabilities.

Reporting to the Head of Digital Development

1 year contract

Salary up to £26,000pa plus benefits

Benefits including central London location and compressed working scheme (extended daily hours in return for every other Friday off)

The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body bringing global energy expertise together. Our ambition is that energy, and its critical role in our world, is better understood, managed and valued.

We have ambitious plans for the growth of our digital channels both in the UK and internationally. A key focus for your role will be to oversee the performance and manage the EI’s new Learning from Incidents PWA to enhance the user experience

You will be responsible for improving the quality of the PWA by making updates to the pages in accordance with established standards and guidelines. In addition to that, you will oversee the PWA maintenance and provide support and troubleshooting to PWA users and advice and assistance to colleagues using the PWA.

The EI is looking to appoint a Website Administrator who is keen to learn and progress within a digital focused role. As part of the Digital Development Team, the ideal candidate for this role will have experience of developing user-focused online products and services, experience in developing functionality using a content management system (Squiz Matrix or similar), ability to programme within a variety of languages (JavaScript, jQuery, HTML5), knowledge of SEO indicators and search-based applications and an aptitude for good user-centric design.

The role will work closely with communication and marketing colleagues across the EI.


Training and professional development opportunities

Compressed working scheme – extended daily hours in return for every other Friday off

All-company/team socials

25 Days Holiday plus bank holidays

Cycle to Work Scheme

Season Ticket Loan

Great office culture

Please send CV and covering letter to or Helen Sullivan, Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR.

The covering letter should be no more than one side and should convey the three key reasons for your suitability.

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