Content Administrator | Stakeholder Engagement & Public Affairs 

Level 1 Salary - £23,634

Fixed Term (12 months), Full Time

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) mission is to serve the public interest by setting high standards of corporate governance, reporting and audit and holding to account those responsible for delivering them. We are the UK Competent Authority for audit.  We also set the UK Corporate Governance and Stewardship Codes as well as UK standards for accounting, auditing and actuarial work, and monitor and take action to promote the quality of corporate reporting and operate independent enforcement arrangements for accountants and actuaries. Further information about our role can be found at www.frc.org.uk.

In Sir John Kingman's Independent Review of the Financial Reporting Council (the “Kingman Review”), he recommended that the Financial Reporting Council (the “FRC”) evolve into a new regulator called the Audit, Reporting and Governance Authority (“ARGA”). The Financial Reporting Council is gaining momentum towards these additional responsibilities and authority and has seen a large growth in personnel, output, and responsibility over the last few years. To support this momentum and ensure the FRC communicates and engages effectively as we transition, the Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs team has been bolstered.

The role being advertised will support the embedding and evolution of the digital presence of the FRC. This role focuses on enhancing our current website and intranet, ensuring that the content on both is up to date, logically structured and engaging.

The Role:

The role involves

  • This role will have a significant hand in the FRC content development strategy, including improvement and development of our internet and intranet. This is a 12 month contract role reporting to the Senior Marketing and Digital Communications Manager.
  • You will be in charge of reorganising and creating content for the FRC website and intranet to enhance user experiences, which has room for your creativity and eye for innovation.
  • As a person with initiative and a passion for problem solving, you will interact with internal teams to better position and leverage their content on the FRC website and intranet.
  • This role includes mapping out the FRC intranet and internet for logical improvements while logging and archiving old documents.
  • You will also support the wider Stakeholder Engagement Team with content-based recommendations and support to the general communications work we do

The Person:

  • Experience in website content management preferred
  • Basic web editing experience is advantageous but training can be provided.
  • Basic knowledge of GDPR practices and experience in managing records is advantageous but training can be provided

The role is based in our Central London Office. The post holder should be able to work flexibly to support the team’s activities and also provide cover within the FRC as necessary. From 6 September FRC will be operating a hybrid working arrangement with its workforce. This is four-day fortnight in the office and any arrangement will be agreed between the employee and the line manager.

Rewards and benefits

  • The FRC offers competitive remuneration packages, including 30 days annual leave plus ability to buy extra leave.
  • Generous employer pension contribution of 10%.
  • Staff Employee Assistance Programme including confidential counselling and work life services.
  • The FRC offers staff the opportunity to save at least 25% on the purchase of a new bike through the Cycle to work scheme.
  • The FRC has a strong work/life balance ethos.

The FRC believes that equality of opportunity and diversity is important in the work that we do and we are strongly committed to being an inclusive employer. Our values of being fair and independent supports this commitment. We're a signatory to the Government's Disability Confident scheme, which means that we guarantee an interview to any disabled candidates entering under the scheme, should they meet the minimum criteria for a role.

Equal opportunities monitoring is an important means of demonstrating and implementing our commitment to promoting equality of opportunity and diversity. Completing our diversity form will assist the FRC to identify any barriers that prevent access to employment and career development for certain groups of people, and to develop solutions, such as action plans, new policies and practices. The form is completed on a voluntary basis and we strongly encourage all job applicants to complete it.

Complete the Diversity Form here


How to apply 

Please apply by following the link to our website here and uploading a copy of your CV and covering letter. In the covering letter, please set out, by reference to the person specification above, how you meet the required skillset.

  • confirm that you have the right to work in the UK, and
  • tell us where you heard about this job

Please note that we can only accept applicants who have the right to work in the UK.

Note to agencies:

FRC has a commitment to building relationships directly with candidates and only engages with agencies who are on our preferred supplier list to support us in sourcing quality candidates. We do not accept speculative CV’s from agencies that are not on our preferred supplier list. For any speculative or unsolicited CVs which are submitted without FRC instruction will be deleted and will not considered as an introduction.

Please include in your application that you heard about this opportunity through the Taylor Bennett Foundation.