e-Bug Web Developer/Designer Vacancy
9 June 2017
A Website Developer is required to support e-Bug, a pan-European educational resource for junior and senior schools covering microbes, antibiotic resistance and spread of infection.
The Primary Care Unit undertakes school and community-based education in the areas of hygiene, antibiotic resistance and the management of infectious disease. e-Bug is a website aimed at teachers and young people across Europe and beyond. The website hosts activities to use in schools and also by students outside the school environment.
The e-bug Website Developer will take responsibility for the continuous delivery, technical development and support of the e-Bug CMS (Content Management System), http://www.e-bug.eu/ and other websites as required by PHE.
The e-Bug website is in multiple languages and the team is currently involved in an EU grant developing new online educational material for young people.
For further information about the role and to apply please visit the NHS Jobs website.
Closing Date: 14/06/2017