St. Vincent de Paul society of San Francisco is looking for skilled WordPress website programming and design virtual volunteers to work on the various projects and updates. We have a site written in WordPress so we are in need of help with updates, web Design, improvements, repairs, new installations, plugins, Custom post types etc.
Tasks are organized in a project management tool and the team needs help coding and creating WordPress functions and plug-ins.
Strong communication skills, Ability to take directions, Motivated self-starter, Detail-oriented, Good background in designing, Responsiveness to emails and requests, Experience in managing a WordPress-based website, Responsive website design implementation, Website updates, Posting content, SEO optimization. CMS experience, preferably with WordPress (which is what we use)
We seek both programmers and theme (web page) designers. WordPress experience is ideal, but experience with other CMSs, HTML, PHP, MySQL and CSS is also very welcome!
We hope this experience rewards you with:
* A letter of recommendation.
* Valuable experience for your resume.
This is a perfect position for a second or third year college student majoring in Designing and Website who is looking to get some hands-on experience. Hours are flexible but should fit within our hours of operations: 9AM - 5PM, WordPress volunteers can work virtually.
We would love to work with someone who has enough knowledge of WordPress that we can contact for troubleshooting issues.
- Basic Computer Skills
- Social Media / Blogging
- Brand Development & Messaging
- Visual Arts
- Interactive/Social Media/SEO
- Graphic Design / Print
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