Big blue door, Project Director
July 2012 - Present, London, United Kingdom
Big blue door is a new agency specialising in the development of web and digital applications. We have extensive experience, particularly in the public sector, of delivering open source digital solutions. Our aim is is to use digital to delight our customers.
My role as Project Director is to interpret clients needs, deliver projects to time and budget and exceed expectations.
Ofsted, Digital Communications Manager
July 2011 - July 2012, , United Kingdom
Responsible for developing and delivering Ofsted’s integrated digital media strategy and managing the content and functionality of both www.ofsted.gov.uk, social media activities and the intranet.
Managed the technical build and delivery of ParentView, www.parentview.ofsted.gov.uk, providing parents & carers the chance to tell Ofsted about their child’s school.
Secondment from COI (maternity cover).
Central Office of Information (COI), Senior Digital Project Manager
August 2009 - July 2011, , United Kingdom
Senior Project Manager within the Interactive Services team at the COI. Joined the team in August 2009 and worked with the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) as account manager and the Cabinet Office/Number10 on a range of projects including the launch and development of www.data.gov.uk
Number 10 Downing Street, Digital Communications Skills Development Programme
March 2011 - May 2011, , United Kingdom
Secondment from COI into Number 10 supporting the Digital Communication Team.
Worked on digital campaigns around the launch of www.redtapechallenge.cabinetoffice.gov.uk & redesign of www.number10.gov.uk. Activities also included social media engagement, content upload & project management support.
Training & Development Agency for Schools, E-Dissemintion Manager
March 2004 - March 2009, London, UK, UK, United Kingdom
Strategic planning and operational delivery of a number of high profile ICT initiatives increasing, drawing together and making accessible the knowledge base and effective practices in Initial Teacher Training.
These projects fall under a programme of work designed to raise the quality of teacher training by ensuring ITT tutors and trainers are informed by the knowledge and evidence base in order to improve practice