WordPress/PHP Web Developer 🌎
WestEd is looking for a freelance WordPress/PHP backend web developer primarily for our agency website, WestEd.org. The developer must have extensive experience in WordPress PHP development and be comfortable and confident working in an existing, highly customized environment. Production will be on your local server environment (e.g. MAMP/WAMP), with source control through GitHub, while collaborating with two existing developers.
The developer must exhibit flexibility in adapting to the current structure and methods applied. Fresh perspectives are always appreciated, but as an existing, functional website, with time and budget demands, the team would require a quick learner, excellent listener, and clear communicator who can adjust their practices where necessary.
The freelance role is entirely remote, with a preference for the Pacific time zone. Please submit examples of projects (websites or GitHub) with a rough outline of your role and responsibilities. We’re hopeful to establish an ongoing relationship which could result in a few hours a week to possibly more over time.
- WordPress: 5 years (Preferred)
- English (Required)
Full Time Opportunity
- Fully Remote
This Job Is
- A job for which all ages, including older job seekers, are encouraged to apply
- Open to applicants who do not have a college diploma
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Pay to hire someone
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$300-500 (Industry average)
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A few months
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No, we can work online
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