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Web developer (OM EAST – Literature and Media, Austria)

OM EAST is looking for a skilled web developer to manage and develop their eBook websites to share downloadable Christian media among people groups in hard-to-reach places. Use your skills to share the hope of Christ by making resources available in areas where there is little or no Christian literature in the local language!

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Requirements

OM EAST, based near Vienna, is looking for a skilled web developer who will be responsible for developing and designing current and further eBook websites, which share downloadable Christian media among specific people groups. You will be working alongside a team in creating, maintaining, and updating our websites. As the role takes into consideration user experience and function, a certain level of both graphic design and computer programming is necessary. 

Web developer’s responsibilities:
• You are responsible for the coding, layout and development of several websites.
• Once a website has been created, you will generally maintain, upkeep and further develop the websites.

Web developer’s knowledge, skills and experience:
• Good knowledge of HTML and CSS lay outing techniques
• Experience with JavaScript frontend development (any library) and NodeJS projects
• Familiar with Sass (SCSS)
• Not afraid of using command line tools
• Maintaining and expanding/enhancing the website once built
• Working closely with a team and good communication with other ministry partners to develop and deploy their content
• Help to develop the further strategy of the webpage

Preferred knowledge, skills and experience:
• Some basic graphic design knowledge (layout rules, typography)
• Can use Photoshop
• PHP+MySQL
• Experience with WordPress and other CMS

Start Date

September 2019

Commitment Length

As long as possible

All jobs/opportunities on this site are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

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