Volunteer Website Designer

  • Location

    London

  • Sector:

    Charity

  • Salary:

    Voluntary role

  • Contact:

    Beau Neilson/ Will Foreman

  • Job ref:

    Link UP - MCS (Website Design)

  • Published:

    5 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-07-13

  • Client:

    #

Millennium Community Service CIC is a small family grassroots volunteer project offering free courses & workshops to the disabled, elderly & unemployed. The organisation partners with Lewisham & Morley College who assist through supplying teachers for each course; from health & safety on a building site to website building, animation to arts & crafts, 6 days a week.

Total length of project 40 hours over 3 months, remote working

Recently established, Millennium Community Service would like to set up a website for to publicise news, free courses & paid apprenticeships for the unemployed, disabled & elderly people in the borough of Lambeth. There has already been a wealth of thinking on the website having a full set of content and structure in place. The website will include blogs, webinars, social networking & Crowdfunding. A database would be great if possible. The staff would need to be trained on updating content through a handover period. The site also needs to be accessible for disabled people. 

We are looking for an experienced web designer who can support the creation and training of the team. There is no specific request for web developing software, just that it can be easily used by the team after the project has come to an end.

To be considered for this role, apply via the form on our website at https://linkuplondon.activehosted.com/f/34

Link UP London’s Skilled Volunteering Programme connects people who have professional skills with local charities, social enterprises, and community groups, who need their help, through the creation of flexible, short-term skilled volunteering projects. Our skilled volunteering consultancies are a great way to gain experience in the not for profit sector and use your skills to make a difference.