[BCAB] TAVIP Website Content

Karina Gregory karina.gregory73 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 15 21:50:55 BST 2019


 TAVIP website content Introduction

The recently launched TAVIP website needs easily accessible and interesting
content. To this end, in the first instance, TAVIP trustees wish to recruit
a person who will look at the BCAB newsletter for the past five years and
critically read contributions with the following objectives:

   1.

   To decide which articles should be extracted from the newsletter for
   separate listing on the site.
   2.

   To edit and update these where appropriate.
   3.

   To logically arrange articles: for example, putting all those that
   relate to IOS devices together etc.

To ensure that there is a concise few lines as an intro to the article
prior to the customary “read more” link.

Articles are to be classified as follows:

   -

   Apple devices (iOS)
   -

   Google and android devices
   -

   Amazon (alexa, Fire and Kindle devices
   -

   Microsoft products,Windows, Pcs, mobile phones surface tablets etc.
   -

   Braille displays and notetakers
   -

   General: Healthcare devices, headphones etc.


Person specification

The person appointed to undertake this task will be recruited on a
freelance and trial basis. They will need to

   -

   demonstrate that they have the skills to research, sift, and evaluate
   written content.
   -

   Be confident in finding and using content from the web
   -

   Be familiar with useful sources of articles and information as they
   relate to the needs of TAVIP members.


Remuneration


The person appointed will be paid at a rate of £100.00 per batch of ten
insertions that are judged suitable for the site as agreed by the trustees.


If you wish to be considered for this opportunity please send an expression
of interest outlining how you meet the person specification to
KGregory at tavip.org.uk by no later than midnight on Saturday 28 June.


Thank you in advance for your interest, and w*e look forward to hearing
from you.*


Karina, on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Technology Association of
Visually Impaired People


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