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ORGANIZATION: The Citizen Project

  • 36 people are interested

Thank you for your interest in The Citizen Project. The goal of our nonprofit is to represent residents and ensure their concerns are addressed.

We are looking for developers to help build out a technology platform that will be used to engage with our residents. We need someone who is a quick learner and has exposure to low code technology - e.g. Outsystems, etc.


  1. Design, configure and implement low-code application, content management and workflow application solutions
  2. Serves as subject matter expert for the technical aspects of the assigned systems
  3. Understands system and operational requirements, downstream system impacts
  • Demonstrated skills and knowledge of application development and architecture
  • Experience in low code development and low code platforms, or proven development skills
  • Team player, with great interpersonal skills, willing to constantly share knowledge
  • Strong UI development programming background
  • OutSystems development experience preferred.
Please reach out if you have questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

Kaushal Shah

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About The Citizen Project


465 Main Street, Ste 15A, NEW YORK, NY 10044, US

Mission Statement

The goal of The Citizen Project, a 501(c)3, is to provide a platform for NYC residents to interact with their government and community leaders to help solve their problems. This will be accomplished by gathering and evaluating the information on issues faced by citizens and working collectively to develop a public policy proposal and action plan to address the problem.


The Citizen Project aims to improve the quality of life for residents on Roosevelt Island, NY to connect residents with their governing entities to help solve issues they face.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Disaster Relief
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Disaster Relief


Thu Oct 26, 2023 - Sun Dec 31, 2023


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Information Architecture
  • Website Programming
  • Website Project Management
  • Web Design




  • About 10 hours per week
  • Quick learner. Technical background preferred.

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