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5 Part-Time Web Development Jobs: Skillcrush Classifieds, Dec 16 Edition

Do you spend more time on Stack Overflow than Facebook? Are you hooked on hackathons? Do you write notes to yourself in HTML? Sounds like you’ve already dipped your toes – and maybe even gotten up to your armpits! – in web development. But maybe you’re afraid to take the plunge into a full-time developer job.

Here are 5 part-time or temporary jobs in web development that you can use as virtual wading pools. These positions – and the thousands of others like them out there – are just right for finding out what kind of web development is right for you without having to turn in your badge at your current job or give up on finishing your degree right now.

Plus the experience you get from jobs like this will put you on the top of the list of future employers, and, with the extra money you earn, maybe you can even afford that beach holiday so you can get in some real swimming and sunning this winter!

Position: Full Stack Web Developer
Company: TechChange
Location: Washington, D.C.

TechChange helps social organizations like UN Foundation, USAID, and World Bank use technology to face global challenges through online learning, and they’re looking for a part-time or full-time developer who wants to make a difference in the world. So, check this job out if your skills are in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, WordPress, and Git, and you’re curious about new technology, flexible in the way you work, and passionate about helping humanity.

Position: Web Developer for Website Update
Company: citibreak.com via oDesk
Location: Remote

If you’re looking for a quick project to test your web development chops without having to leave your living room, try something like the remote citibreak.com website update project. This cultural sightseeing locator and booking service for tourists needs work done in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Java and might even have work for you in 2015 too. Bonus points if you “parles français”!

Position: Web Developer
Company: BofI Federal Bank
Location: La Jolla, CA

BofI Federal Bank is a financial services company that offers branchless banking to keep banking costs down for its customers. This opportunity with them is a three-month position working up to 25 hours a week in their marketing team using HTML, JavaScript, jQuery, CMSs, SQL, and APIs to maintain, update, and redesign current sites and emails as well as design microsites.

Position: Web Developer
Company: UTHealth
Location: Houston, TX

UTHealth, the largest healthcare education institution in Texas, works by the motto “Where Creating the Best Hope for a Healthier Future Begins” and your future in web development can also start with them. If you’re experienced with graphics, web design, UX, HTML, and CSS, you can work part-time doing web development for their employee assistance program department.

Position: Developer/Architect
Company: Baseline Creative
Location: Wichita, KS

As a developer/architect at Baseline Creative, you’ll develop web and mobile sites using HTML, JavaScript, AJAX, PHP, CMSs, and Photoshop working about 15-20 hours a week. The job includes both independent and teamwork helping this creative agency provide design services for a wide range of clients.

So, dive on in! The waters of web development are fine, and you don’t even have to go far from shore to try them out with temporary and part-time jobs like these.

Or, if jobs like these are still too deep for you, join us at the beginning of next month for our next Skillcrush Career Blueprints where you’ll learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Ruby, and Git, or web design or WordPress. Enrollment starts soon, and you can even join our special list to be the first to know when.

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, most of all, catalan-style line dancing – as a true Texan living in Finland would!

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One сomment

  1. JessMarie88 Replied

    What boards do you find these jobs? This is part-time stuff is just up my alley to build confidence and practice skills! 

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