Calling All Drupal Dorks! (We have a job opening. Maybe you want it.)
11/27/17: This position has been filled.
We're looking for a Drupal developer who can help us look after our site and develop or hack new things from time to time.
If this is right for you, you'll be familiar with the Drupal admin area, and know or be able to quickly learn how to manage configuration, users, and content; you'll also be familiar with the major Drupal contrib modules, like Views. You'll be comfortable with Drupal's theming system and have a solid grounding in PHP, HTML, and CSS. We're not expecting you to write custom modules - though that level of skill would sure be great! - but knowing how to get your hands dirty with code will be very useful. We don't mean to intimidate, but we're one of the largest sites using Drupal, so it can be a bit challenging at times.
You'll also understand the Web, and what a powerful, empowering force for change it can be. After all, we are actually changing the world here.
Most of all, you'll have a deep and abiding respect and care for Scarleteen and all that we do here, providing young people all around the world the kind of great sex, sexuality and relationships education and support they need and want. All of us, whatever our roles, are very dedicated to Scarleteen and all it does. We know that when our staff and volunteers are passionate about Scarleteen, about sex ed, and about the unique ways we've long been providing it, we wind up with the best fits all around.
We're looking for someone with all that and a bag of chips to work with us as an independent contractor very part-time - just a couple hours a week most of the time, sometimes even lesss - who can also occasionally work more hours when we have a big project or when something major goes kablooie.
Offered pay for this position is $30 USD an hour, and unless you are in the Seattle/Vashon area (in which case I am happy to share the marvelous office that is the current Scarleteen HQ), your work can/will all be done remotely. We are always gladly willing and very dedicated to making and keeping our workplace very widely accessible, including for those with disabilities. We also trust young people, including with this work, so if you're a younger developer, please don't let that stop you from applying!
For more about us, you can check out:
- And of course: http://www.scarleteen.com/
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: hDOTcorinnaATscarleteenDOTcom. Thank you!