Race Nation is an exciting, fast growing digital business based in Jersey. Our event registration platform is powering hundreds of sports events across the UK and our integrated fundraising platform, Sports Giving, is helping raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for good causes.
As more events and charities choose our platform we are looking to expand our front line team who administer and support our platform. The role involves setting up events for our larger clients, providing support for people using the platform, testing new features and adding content to social media, external sites, internal databases and using some of our dedicated competitor tracking and timing systems.
The ideal candidate will have hands on experience with website management systems, which may include content management systems such as WordPress, SharePoint etc, an understanding and experience with e-commerce and be comfortable with supporting online payment related queries. Experience using tools such as Mailchimp, Eventbrite, Just Giving, Google Analytics and Photoshop or similar would also be an advantage.
Some hands on work at events will be required here in Jersey along with the opportunity to travel to our Brighton office.
This is a varied and busy role in a fast growing digital start-up. We have very ambitious plans as we continue to expand our product line-up and move into international markets. We offer a competitive salary, an informal working environment, opportunities to expand the role, training and development and lots of good coffee!
Key skills required:
• Experience in administering e-commerce websites and the use of e-marketing and social media tools.
• A data-driven mindset with a keen analytical mind
• Strong organisational and communication skills
• Highly driven and flexible, able and willing to work independently when required
• Excellent Excel skills and the ability to work with data
• Highly attentive to detail and accuracy
• A keen interest in sport
Salary will be negotiable, based on experience.
Closing date: Midday – 26th Feb 2016