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Funding5M-10M USD
IndustryMobile, Open Source, Social Networking
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Drupal Themer

at DoSomething in Manhattan, NY   —   Jul 06, 2014   |  
Join a young, fast-paced team at and help us tackle new challenges with innovative tech. We want to scale young people taking action in the U.S. and we need talented people to help drive this. offers incredible career development and networking as we partner with top fortune 500 companies and top Silicon Valley companies. We need a front-end web developer that thinks outside the box and helps us bring our Mobile and Drupal- based platforms to the next level. Check out the design for our new web site, launching soon! Being an awesome kickball player & karaoke all-star is a huge plus. All you really need to know:
Front-end web development for cause campaign micro-sites, and programmatic sections of the site
Help expand and improve functionality of
Contribute ideas and work as a member of the tech team in solving problems
Work with innovative technologies that increase the ways young people take action (analytic-driven messaging, Mobile SMS & WAP)
Good to great kickball or settlers player
Knowledge of the following technologies: X/HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, PHP (a plus)
Experience working with Drupal or other CMS theming
College degree or relevant experience in the field
Drupal Sitebuilding/Dev familiar
Version control (GitHub or like system), Unix, Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop
Keen interest in young people taking action
Interest in innovation, brainstorming and all things creative
Play nicely with others: ability to work with a team
Sense of humor (a plus)
College degree or relevant experience in the field
Close to competitive.
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