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Skillcrush Classifieds: August 20th Edition

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Skillcrush Classifieds: August 20th Edition

Got some awesome new tech skills but still need a job where you can use them? Look no further! Here are some fantastic positions where you can show off your digital prowess.

Position: Team Webmaster
Company: 112Tech Services
Location: Remote (U.S. or European timezones)

Work from home helping to improve the network of websites for this “all-in-one media company”. You’ll be using your HTML, CSS and PHP skills as well as your knowledge of web design, FTP, CMS and image editing. If you’re well-organized and detail-oriented and like working both independently and with a team, this could be a great place to kick off your career.

Position: Frontend Designer
Company: cleverbridge
Location: Chicago, IL

Are you that elusive “web unicorn” – a designer with front-end development chops too? Then the e-commerce experts at cleverbridge are looking for you! This could be your chance to work for this award-winning employer if you’ve got HTML5, CSS3 and design down pat. (Bonus points for experience with JavaScript and jQuery!)

Position: Web Developer (consultant)
Company: UNICEF
Location: Home-based / Off-site

Passionate about both promoting children’s rights and web development? In this remote role, you’ll be working on the upgrade of UNICEF’s search results page and CMS. A good foundation in HTML and CSS is key, and JavaScript and other scripting languages a plus for this opportunity with a world-famous non-profit.

Position: Digital Communications Specialist
Company: Polaris
Location: Washington, D.C.

Fight against human trafficking and improve women’s rights as a digital communications specialist for Polaris. You’ll be supporting online outreach and marketing by creating website, email and social media content as well as developing online campaigns, working on site redesign, training staff and much more in this multi-faceted position.

Position: Digital Business Analyst
Company: Northstar Travel Media
Location: Secaucus, NJ

Put your knowledge of digital media, tech trends and UX to work for Northstar Travel Media, the leading business information and marketing solutions provider for the American travel, tourism and meetings industry. You’ll be a top candidate for this job if you’ve got strong analytical and presentation skills plus experience in areas like project management, CMS, SEO, email marketing and video production. And a dash of HTML will be a plus too!

Excited about these job prospects but missing the skills they require? Join us here at Skillcrush to learn web design, UX, Photoshop, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby and Git, and you’ll be ready for terrific tech jobs like these in no time at all!

Our next Skillcrush Career Blueprints and classes are starting soon, and we’re looking forward to helping you become a web design or development powerhouse!

Kelli Smith

Kelli handles customer support here at Skillcrush – plus she's an early alum of Skillcrush 101! She's also taken advanced web development classes and has been an organizer in the Helsinki Rails Girls chapter.

In addition to helping the Skillcrush team and students, Kelli loves tech podcasts, cute Corgi photos, and Catalan style line dancing — as a true Texan living in Finland would!

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3 comments

  1. SuzannaArmour Replied

    Greetings! Very useful advice within this article! It’s the little changes that make the greatest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!

  2. GeraldoBeaumont Replied

    I know this if off topic but I’m looking into starting my own weblog and was wondering what all is needed to get setup? I’m assuming having a blog like yours would cost a pretty penny? I’m not very internet savvy so I’m not 100% positive. Any recommendations or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

    • Kelli Orrela Replied

      Hi, Geraldo! Thanks for your question.

      The Skillcrush site is pretty customized, but it’s actually built on WordPress. And you can set up your own WordPress site for free (and really easily) using https://wordpress.com/

      If you’d later like to learn how to customize sites and take even more control over them, we’d love for you to join us for the Skillcrush WordPress Developer Blueprint (http://skillcrush.com/blueprint/freelance-wordpress-developer).

      Hope that information helps and that you have a great time building your blog!

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