Remote Fellowship –
Developer 

Use your skills to directly improve everyday people’s lives and transform local government from the inside out

The Opportunity

We’re looking for a full-stack developer to work on a community based website for the people of Logan, QLD. We’re looking for collaborative and adaptable people who are interested in social justice. 

The nitty-gritty:

  • Front-end development, HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • API integration for third party services
  • Experience with WordPress (current MVP is built on this platform)
  • Experience with managing open source/community projects
  • Experience with accessibility, performance, security, UI design is valuable but not required

You’ll be working with closely with the team at Logan Together as part of a two-person team over 3 months, for 4 days per week (0.8 pro rata). This is a remote opportunity however residents in or around Logan will be highly regarded.

The Code for Australia Fellowship is a paid program for experienced technologists and designers. Cross-functional teams of 2-3 people are embedded in government agencies to develop digital tools which help deliver key public services to those who need it most.

For more details about what’s involved in a Fellowship head here.

The salary for Fellows in Queensland currently is $90k, pro-rated and including super. 

We’re seeking applications ASAP, with a projected start date of early June.

 If you’re ready to express your interest, fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch.   If you’re not sure if you have the right experience, we encourage you to apply anyway and we can discuss it together.

 
“Everyone really wants to make a difference so it brings a lot of energy. It’s a great opportunity to share your skills but at the same time, acquire a lot of new skills.” Irina Anastasiu, Fellow, Moreton Bay Regional Council

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