Volunteer Website Developer
Global Paint for Charity Inc
We are looking for a website developer who has experience developing websites for our non profit organization to thrive and grow!
The ideal volunteer candidate will help The Global Paint for Charity initiatives by advising, providing configuration and implementation of our website.
In this role, the website developer will have an end to end responsibilities and will collaborate on strategy, design, and setup of integrations, etc. with the unique opportunity to have an impact on the growth and process of the practice.
Additional responsibilities for our Website developer include:
- Working with our Executive Director, volunteer board and volunteer staff to design and deliver website for complex projects.
- Ensuring solutions are designed for high availability, scalability, security and supportability.
- Acting as a specialist focusing on the Squarespace platform with the ability to use API, CSS, HTML and any other tools, skills required to complete the project
- Working as part of and managing of a cross-functional DevOps teams
To be considered for this role you must have the following skills and experience:
- Minimum of 2 years hands-on experience developing on Squarespace's platform.
- Wordpress, API, HTML, CSS, etc.
If you are interested in the above volunteer opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the position in the subject line.
We hope to hear from you soon and we greatly appreciate your interest in our organization!
About Global Paint for Charity Inc
PO BOX 48855, ATLANTA, GA 30362, US
The Global Paint for Charity "Global Paint or GPC" is a Non-Governmental Organization designed to solve the logistics of paint waste in the U.S. and Canada to promote a more sustainable, healthier, and more beautiful and colorful environment around the world. Since 2010, as many as 320,000 tons of discarded paints have been removed from the waste stream, recycled, then shipped to 44 countries in West Africa, the Caribbean, Central & South America, and targeted areas in the Middle East. The goal is to use colors to help beautify the local structures, boost people's confidence and happiness, change lives, and assist the vulnerable individuals in reaching their full potential. Everyone wins!
Our efforts have reached a population of 13000000 and our worldwide volunteers have completed 625800 volunteer hours by painting beautiful murals, family homes including schools, sport centers, orphanages, churches, and homeless shelters. At Global Paint, we believe that everyone, no matter their circumstances, deserves to live in a beautiful and colorful environment. Increasing access to paint in underserved communities could improve the local economic power for millions of vulnerable families and uplift the spirit of the people. Whether you’re a partner, donor, funder, or volunteer - we can do even more together.