Oaktree/Volunteer/Unpaid

Melbourne

Posted 8 Nov 2019

Closes 8 Dec 2019

The Communications team is looking for a new Website Manager to join the family. If you’re someone who is obsessed with all things web-development related, can spend hours coding beautiful things and enjoys stepping out of your comfort zone, you’re exactly the person we’re looking for! 
By joining the Communications team as a Website Manager, you’ll become a part of Australia’s largest youth-led international development agency. With all our volunteers under 26, we’re young, we’re ambitious and we’re committed to creating a world where all people have the opportunity to thrive. Are you in?  

 

As a Website Manager, a typical day might look like:

– Updating, editing and debugging  the Oaktree website.
– Updating, editing and debugging  the 2020 Live Below the Line website.
– Assisting with the coordination of software development activities.
– Liaising with system users to understand their needs, goals, and any issues or limitations.
– Having fun with user testing, wireframing, copywriting and quality assurance testing.
– Contributing to the overall direction of Oaktree and Live Below the Line.

 

What you will get out of it:

– Apply your theoretical knowledge in a practical, real-world context.
– Familiarise yourself with the standard CRM system for   the NFP and political campaigning sector.
– Cement your Oaktree legacy by changing the way thousands of  Australians interact with Oaktree’s website and brand.
– Be at the forefront of fundraising and social change campaigning, nationally and internationally.
– Meet passionate, like-minded young people; Expand your professional and personal network.
– Make an impact in Australia and globally in the movement to lead, demand and create a more just world.

 

TIME COMMITMENT:​ 1-2 days a week depending on campaign | This is a volunteer position

For more information on this role, and for how to apply, head over to: www.oaktree.org/current_opportunities. Applications close Monday 18th November 2019.