Looking for a new job where you can put your tech know-how to work? Having digital skills opens up a world of career choices for you. Take a look at some of the latest and greatest jobs we’ve found that’ll let you flex your digital muscles.
Position: Online Community Manager
Company: Opportunity International
Location: Oak Brook, IL
Become the online community builder for Opportunity International, an organization that encourages entrepreneurship in developing countries through savings, loans, insurance and training. Use your organizational, communication, Photoshop and HTML/CSS skills to develop relationships via social media, email and web content that support the strategic goals of this organization dedicated to helping create jobs and futures for millions.
Position: Website Manager and Communications Associate
Company: Lowell School
Location: Washington, D.C.
Lowell School needs a flexible, deadline-oriented multi-tasker to manage and maintain the website, online communication and social media presence for their pre-primary through middle school. If you have talent in writing, design, photography/videography, HTML/CSS and Photoshop and like to keep up with the latest in web technology, this job is an opportunity to use your know-how to support the mission of life-long learning.
Position: Email Production Designer
Company: Toll Brothers
Location: Horsham, PA
Are you a whiz with Photoshop and have great HTML and CSS skills? Then you might be just the person the National Builder of the Year for 2014 and award-winning employer Toll Brothers is looking for to design, create and develop HTML email templates and graphic assets for their email marketing team.
Position: Junior Front-end Developer
Company: Mervin Manufacturing
Location: Seattle, WA
Position: Online Communications Associate
Company: World Affairs Council
Location: San Francisco, CA
If you want a job that offers both a wide range of responsibilities and lets you make a difference in global issues, be sure to check out this opportunity with the non-profit World Affairs Council. Not only will you be responsible for the organization’s website and HTML email newsletters, but you’ll also create graphics with Adobe CS, provide tech support, handle social media and work with vendors and contractors.
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