Website content manager

Website content manager

Ongoing role
At a glance


  • Database / CRM development
  • SEO and analytics
  • Software and web development
  • Web design (including UX/UI)


Lindfield, RH162nr
Mainly at home
Travel limit? Work from home but must be able to connect virtually bi weekly to website team


Either in or out of office hours Estimate of time needed:
1-3 hours / week, 3-7 hours / week or 7-15 hours / week
Flexible, daytime, evenings some weekends. Sometimes it is very quiet and sometimes busier . The role is flexible .


31 Mar 2024

Website content manager wanted for disability, neurodivergent charity.  We actively promote and support members in health, social care, education and employment. 

What will you be doing?

We're after someone who knows Wix , in a drag and drop form only or has used so many 'build a website' platforms that they can easily get in to Wix and work out how to use it.  We will help you on-board don't worry!  We're all voluntary but do have some support but need someone to help manage it on a more regular basis.

What are we looking for?

A good manager of your time commitments and be reliable to deliver what you say you can deliver.  We know not always on the same day as we're all volunteering.  You are able to problem solve  and come up with ideas or solutions to update the site so it better reflects what would work for the site users. To work with others and take their steer on what the website needs to have so reliable communication skills in whatever way is accessbible for you are key.   Reliability, experience and a real passion to help our charity is key. We all rely on each other to ensure the aims of the charity are upheld. 

What difference will you make?

The website is key for our members, our team, our stakeholders and funders plus general public.  We are now global although very small. Your expertise will enable to take the next step to see the website as the key place to go.  Your problem solving and creative skills will be a great asset to the team . Volunteering is reciprocity and we all rely on each other so is very much part of a team. 

Before you apply

Please supply a CV and references and why you would want to volunteer and fit in with our ethos and values as a unique charity.  You do not need to have our conditions or identities to apply.  An open mind to learn is key. 

  • Health and well being / research and care
  • Human rights
  • Local / community
  • Men
  • Mental health
  • Physical disabilities
  • Women
  • Young people
  • Organisation type: 

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