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Daniel Kemp

Daniel Kemp

Freelance Digital Media Consultant.

Bristol, UK

I have worked on website projects for Bristol City Council and Natural England before moving to freelance in 2011.

I've since been involved in the relaunch of City of Bristol College's website, and currently work part-time for as digital adviser to the Church of England.
Work History
  • January 2012 - Present

    Digital Media Adviser

    Diocese of Worcester

    2 days per week
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  • October 2011 - Present

    Freelance Web Design / Content

    (self employed)

    I offer bespoke web services including design, content management and development.

    My USP is that I understand how businesses think - I know how to make the web work for your business and how to communicate clearly.

    I like to work with open source content management systems like Drupal or Wordpress.
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  • January 2012 - September 2012

    E-communications Support

    City of Bristol College

    9-month contract giving technical support for the relaunch of the new City of Bristol College website, which has been built in SharePoint 2010.
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  • October 2009 - October 2011

    National Website Manager

    Natural England

    Manager of Natural England's Walking for Health website, a service promoting the benefits of led health walks, with a database of local walks.
    www.wfh.naturalengland.org.uk
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  • November 2008 - October 2009

    Information & Development Offi

    Bristol City Council

    Responsible for consultations, webcasting and website development within the Corporate Consultation team of the council's Comms department.

    www.opinionsuite.com/bristol
    www.bristol.public-i.tv/site
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  • August 2008 - November 2008

    Project Support Officer

    Safer Bristol Partnership

    Safer Bristol is a partnership led by Bristol City Council, responsible for tackling crime and drugs in Bristol.

    - Designed and implemented a media campaign to raise awareness and increase reporting of hate crime.
    - Carried out a public consultation to gain views on a new strategy to tackle anti-social behaviour.
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  • September 2006 - August 2008

    Personal Assistant to the Head

    Safer Bristol Partnership

    It was here that I developed a taste for website editing, managing the Safer Bristol web pages on the council's website.

    In 2007 this earned me the council-wide 'Think Web' award for my efforts in improving the Partnership's web content.
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Education
  • Aston University

    1999 - 2003
  • Aston University

    1999 - 2003
  • Barton Court Grammar School

    1991 - 1997