The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Needs a Web Guru
WordPress Web Design and Development Volunteer
What Are We Hoping to Achieve?
This is a critical time for international nuclear relations: U.S.-Russia, North Korea’s nuclear proliferation, India and Pakistan, just to name a few. At the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation we seek to reduce nuclear weapons arsenals, halt the spread of nuclear weapons, and minimize the risk of war by educating the public and policy makers. But we need help with spreading our message and amplifying our impact.
We would like a volunteer to help redesign our site’s overall look and feel, and layout to make it user friendly, visually appealing and improve its accessibility. We have a blog hosted on a separate WordPress site that also needs to be integrated in our existing Center website.
In addition, we would like to integrate our Facebook page and Twitter feed onto the website homepage, so visitors can see our latest social media activity.
What Would You Be Responsible for?
- Redesign website and general online presence
- Install new templates and tools on current WordPress 4.0+ website
- Develop site navigation by categorizing content and design functionality
- Migration of blog posts to the Center website
- Increase site traffic by registering with search engines
- Protect site by designing and installing security precautions
- Develop a fully mobile responsive website across mobile browsers
Does This Sound Like You?
- You’re a web development pro and have extensive experienced in HTML/CSS, MySQL, WordPress CMS, Content Management System to redesign website
- You understand the importance of UX design experience
- You’ve got basic website analytics covered
What Would You Get in Return?
- You can interact with our policy experts and learn about pressing foreign policy and nuclear weapons issues
- You will receive a letter of appreciation and recommendation signed by former Congressman John Tierney, executive director of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
- This is your chance to connect with and be a part of the U.S. nuclear non-proliferation community
- If you’re in school, we will try and get you school credits for this assignment
- If you’re based in Washington DC and come to our office, a fun, energetic work environment
- This is an exciting opportunity to make a huge impact on our work and consequently global nuclear nonproliferation
- We want to offer you a volunteer role you are proud of.
Get in touch with us if you have any questions. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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