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Organisation : Civicom Limited

Location : International (Mombasa)

Time required : 3 weeks

Duration of project : 2 months

Sector : Children, Community Development, Community Support Services, Social Enterprise, Women, Youth & Young People

About the role

We are looking for a website developer/improvement who has experience developing/improving websites for our organization to thrive and grow!

The ideal volunteer candidate will help our initiatives by 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 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 cross-functional DevOps teams

To be considered for this role you must have the following skills and experience:

  • Minimum of 2 years of hands-on experience.
  • WordPress, API, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc.

If you are interested in the above volunteer opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to

About the organisation

Organisation name : Civicom Limited

CIVICOM is a company in Kenya.

what we do
Our Inclusive Growth plan seeks to get money from rich companies/individuals to support youths/women´s growth/businesses.  The Inclusive Growth partners (poor youths/women) who have no companies of their own are allowed to use CIVICOM licenses, certificate of incorporation, experienced and skilled staff, and funds to apply for and acquire tenders. The profits made from the tenders are passed to the Inclusive Growth Partners (poor youths/women) who should use the money in opening their own businesses, or increase stock. Enabling the poor to do business with the rich will flow wealth down and will make the poor youths/women grow, start businesses, improve health, and increase jobs

The role of Inclusive Growth Partners (poor youths/women) include

look for tenders from governments, NGOs, companies, individuals, others
apply for tenders by using CIVICOM licenses, certificate of incorporation, experienced and skilled staff, and funds

How you can us

help us in writing good text/grammar on our website 
improve our website 

Our target is to assist at least 500,000 poor youths/women in rural and urban areas realize their potential. 

As for now youths/women have identified 82 tenders. We plan to branch out to other countries

How to apply

Applications not allowed for this volunteering opportunity.

Please quote in application: Website Developer via Pro Bono Australia.


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