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Web Developer for Social Enterprise

Organisation : Human and Hope Association Inc.

Location : Australia

Time required : One month

Duration of project : One month

Skill Area : Graphic & Web Design

Sector : Community Development, Overseas Aid & Development

Posted on : 29 Jul, 2019

About the Role

Human and Hope Association Inc. is a registered charity that empowers communities to address inequalities. We achieve this through two approaches:

– Raising awareness in Australia about the unintended consequences of voluntourism and advocating for a local approach to development.

– Supporting a grassroots community centre in Cambodia who run education, vocational training and community development programs that alleviate poverty.

We are looking for a volunteer web developer to revamp our social enterprise website, Hope Handicrafts. This social enterprise sells handicrafts that have been made by women in Cambodia, with all proceeds supporting our organisation.

Time Commitment

The web developer can expect to spend a month revamping the website.

Reporting

This role reports directly to the CEO of Human and Hope Association Inc.

Roles and Responsibilities

You will be responsible for revamping the Hope Handicrafts website, including:

• Re-writing content for search engine optimisation
• Creating a new design that is visually appealing to customers
• Forming a support team if required

To apply for this role, please send your CV or LinkedIn profile with an introductory email to sally@humanandhopeassociation.org. Please direct any enquiries to Sally Hetherington OAM.

About the Organisation

Organisation Name : Human and Hope Association Inc.
Not for Profit : Yes

Apply for this Position

For details concerning this role , please contact

Sally Hetherington OAM

Phone : 0424080186

Email : sally@humanandhopeassociation.org


Please quote in application: Web Developer for Social Enterprise via Pro Bono Australia.


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