Provide technical support for website functionality

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We are looking for a tech-savvy Online Volunteer to look over the website functionality by providing technical support for the web based systems and tools used by the organization. The task includes research on and deployment of new web systems such as modules, plugins or add-ons for our Content Managers. The Online Volunteer is asked to attend meetings with other volunteers in the EST time zone using Google. Volunteers mostly communicate through emails and are expected to respond to emails. The Online Volunteer must be responsive to emails within 36 hours.

  • Technology development
  • Other information and telecommunications technology experience

    Save the Water™ is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to conduct scientific water research to identify and remove harmful contaminants in water and to raise public awareness about water contamination and its health impacts. Our vision is "Contamination free, healthy water for all". This role will require a proactive technology enthusiast who would provide the technological support needed for the smooth functioning of the web based tools and systems used by the organization. The Online Volunteer must demonstrate effective oral communication skills and the ability to work cooperatively.

  • Volunteers: 1 needed

  • 1-5 hours per week / 24 weeks

    Associates degree completed or equivalent work experience (6 months to 1-year full time paid/non - profit). Experience using and understanding configuration on Apache HTTP server, PHP, MySQL and knowledge of Free and open source software, FTP, Email/SMTP, Linux is required. Experience in installing, configuring and administering CMS like Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress or Typo3 is a plus.

  • Northern America

  • English
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