Job Vacancy: Digital and Marketing Officer

The deadline for applications for this post has now passed.

Join the Glasgow Women’s Library Team!

We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and committed individual for the following post.

Digital and Marketing Officer
Hours of work: 21 hours per week
Salary: £24,652 PRO RATA; Plus 6% Employer’s Pension Contribution
Reporting to: Enterprise Development Manager

To lead in the management and implementation of GWL’s marketing, Social Media and other digital output; and to increase and diversify the reach of the organisation’s work to expanded audiences through the use of digital technologies.

Fixed Term Contract, initially until 31 st March 2021, extended subject to the continuation of funding. Supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland (part of the network of Regularly Funded Organisations).

Women only need apply as this job is required to be for a person of a particular sex under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

CLOSING DATE FOR ALL APPLICATIONS: 12:00 noon, Monday 16th March 2020.

Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place at Glasgow Women’s Library on Friday 3rd April 2020. As the shortlisting process will start immediately, no late applications can be considered.

Download: Digital and Marketing Officer JOB DESCRIPTION and PERSON SPECIFICATION

Download: Digital and Marketing Officer, Part One Application Form

Download: Digital and Marketing Officer, Part Two Application Form


  • Posted 10th March, 2020 at 1:23 pm | Permalink


    My name is Marisa and I’m just writing to find out some more information about the Digital Marketing Officer role, as I’m very keen on the position. I’m just wondering if there is any possible way this role would become a full-time role?

    • Posted 11th March, 2020 at 3:45 pm | Permalink

      Hi Marisa – this post is currently funded for 21 hours, and we can’t guarantee that additional funding would become available.

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