Mito Foundation Volunteering Opportunity – Web Developer
The Mito Foundation Volunteering Opportunity – Web Developer
The Mito Foundation has established a solid web presence across many brands requiring enhancement and maintenance.
This opportunity would suit students currently undertaking Web Developer/Computer Science/IT courses, or individuals that are passionate about web development.
- Perform updates to our websites including AMDF, Stay in Bed Day, Energy for Life and Global Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week
- Help establish a new website for our Team Mito initiative
- Assist with web development for our social media presence brands including AMDF, Stay in Bed Day, Energy for Life and Team Mito
- Implement/maintain traffic analytics
- Identify strategies to better utilise the Mito Foundation’s online presence
- Liase with the Mito Foundation staff and volunteers to ensure the prompt posting of new information to the Mito Foundation and related websites
Required skills and experience:
- Previous experience with web development (personal or otherwise) particularly HTML
- Demonstrable professionalism and organisational skills
- High levels of initiative and independence
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
What you get out of it:
- Knowledge that you are making a difference by helping an identified need in our community
- To be part of a rapidly growing field – we believe our cause will be a household name in a few year’s time and this role will have been key to that
- Practical experience in developing and maintaining an organisation’s online presence
- A high degree of exposure and referenceable work for future career aspirations
This voluntary position is based in our head office in Sydney’s CBD, but much of the work can be performed remotely. An estimated 4 hours per week is required is required with totally flexible and family friendly working arrangements.
This role could also be combined with one of our other volunteer opportunities.
Please contact Sean Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org, 0422 819 975), the Mito Foundation CEO, in the first instance to discuss.