about 2 months ago
NAZ is the sexual health charity dedicated to people experiencing better sexual health. We do this because there's a big gap in the sexual health outcomes of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities compared to the general population. Everything we do works to reverse this trend.
Our evidence-based interventions are designed to enable those with the greatest risk of poor sexual health outcomes to have fulfilling sexual lives, understand how to access the right local service and ultimately to support better physical, mental and sexual health outcomes.
NAZ is looking for a keen website developer to keep our website updated and current so it articulates NAZ's message, services and campaigns. Your day-to day tasks will include editing, writing and designing website content, as well as identifying problems uncovered by service user feedback, and correcting or referring problems to the appropriate support team.
Our timings are flexible, we would like you to be free for 1 day a week, Monday - Friday. This may be split into half days if you wish.
For you to gain significant experience and learning, and for NAZ to gain the most from your contribution, we ask that you intend to remain in the role for at least two months.
Your role will include:
Liaising with staff to determine website needs and follow up with conversations and updates to website services
Editing, writing and designing website content
Assisting clients with publishing content by proofreading, editing and posting text and graphics
Maintains website by checking for errors and broken links
Identifying problems uncovered by service user feedback, and correcting or referring problems to the appropriate support team
For volunteers with relevant skills, the role may also include determining the best plug-ins and applications to provide new features and functionality and installing these; testing the website using a variety of browsers and debugging if necessary; checking for hacking attempts and assessing website security
This role may be home-based.
Applicants should have:
Enthusiasm for NAZ's work with BAME communities
Experience of using Canva multimedia editing platform (video, graphic design and photo)
Experience of administrating/developing websites
Strong copyediting skills
Must have access to internet and online video communications (Zoom, Microsoft Teams)
Sexual health knowledge desirable but not essential
What we offer:
The opportunity to train and develop website development skills
Friendly and welcoming office environment
References are provided for our volunteers
We will reimburse travel within London and lunch costs
Please send your CV and covering letter to Kim Hawkins via email: email@example.com