With the new reality of living with Covid-19, it is difficult to host in-person meetings. At Plastic Pollution Coalition, we used to host in-person coalition meetings in several cities as a way for people to learn and network with others in their community. In June, we transitioned to doing webinars. Although it's difficult for people to network during webinars, we can still continue sharing best practices and have a dialogue with our community.
Our organization provides and supports a custom D7/CiviCRM platform for Jewish outreach organizations.
We currently manage 150+ sites, all of which are using the same code base.
We are looking to further develop our platform and are looking for a full-stack (more specifically, mid-stack and up) developer to join our team and help with development. This can be an exciting and unique opportunity for someone looking to work on a product rather than manage multiple clients' sites.
SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER, COMMUNITY RESOURCES
The Community Resources team distributes funds and other resources via several participatory grantmaking programs, aimed at supporting mission-aligned organizations, groups, and individuals around the world. These programs support a variety of inspiring community-driven experiments, projects and programs, from outreach and events to research and tool-building.
The Anti-Harassment Tools Team at Wikimedia Foundation is looking for a Software Engineer to work with us to build features that help identify and stop harassment on all of our Wikimedia projects, including Wikipedia. This role is full-time, 100% remote, and global.
The CiviCRM Core Team recently wrapped up work on the first phase of ‘Search Builder’, an effort intended to unify the various methods of search in CiviCRM while modernizing the software’s underlying architecture (or
This position provides the necessary technical expertise to support the day-to-day administrative tasks of application development provides customers with solutions for key line of business and administrative functions, in addition to the ongoing management, administration and support of existing applications.
In early 2016, the CiviCRM Core Team secured various trademarks and implemented a policy consistent with that of WordPress (at the time, anyway). Over time, discussions around the trademark, most particularly as they related to the use of "civicrm" in domain names, began to surface, resulting in a change to the policy that is in effect as of 18 June 2020.
Location: San Francisco, CA
Hours: 40 hours per week
Duration: 16 weeks
If you’re a current law student or recent law school graduate passionate about free knowledge and open source issues, applying to our legal fellowship program can provide an immersive in-house experience with specific education and training in the areas of Internet law and free knowledge organizations.