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Freelance Content Designer at Doteveryone The role of content designer is all about making our work simpler, clearer and faster for our users. We are looking for someone with the ability to write high-quality content for our users, and who understands the web, technology and people. Initially you will be working on a series of blogposts and materials designed to help leaders develop their digital understanding across a range of areas, including interviews and the development of case studies, but you are likely to be involved in shaping our content across a range of areas, including making and designing resources that make the Internet more legible and easy to understand. We’ll consider part-time applicants for this role.

LOCATION: London, England, United KingdomCLOSES: 20/02/17

POSTED: 10/02/17

Various at Co-op Digital Co-op Digital is building digital products, services and platforms to help the Co-op make the most of digital. Our multidisciplinary teams are:  designing and building things that make working at the Co-op easier for our colleagues, so they can spend more time looking after their customers designing and building things that help members and customers directly researching and testing new digital ideas that may fit within the wider Co-op We start with user needs, we work in an agile way and we’re open and transparent. If you share these values we might be a good fit for each other. We also understand it’s what you do, not when you do it that’s important so we’ll always try to be flexible with other commitments you might have. At the moment, we’d particularly like to hear from people whose skills fit with the roles on this page.

LOCATION: ManchesterCLOSES: 24/02/17

POSTED: 10/02/17

Director of Impact Communications at Fuse Corps FUSE is at an exciting stage in its organizational development – one that is characterized by a rapidly expanding program and a pivot toward embracing the communications function as a core strategy for achieving mission impact. FUSE recognizes that our most significant opportunity for widespread system change is based on our ability to tell the world about the insights being generated by our fellowships. With projects across multiple cities in related issue areas, FUSE has an opportunity to help create a “playbook of civic innovation” that includes innovative best practices for addressing the common challenges facing all cities. FUSE can also use thought-leadership efforts to help build momentum around a growing movement of leaders that are reinventing government in the 21st century. FUSE is seeking to hire an experienced and highly-skilled professional as its first Director of Impact Communications. This role will report directly to the CEO and COO and collaborate closely with the organization’s staff, board, advisors, funders, and – most importantly – our fellows and government partners. Charged with building the organization’s communications function from scratch with relatively limited resources, the Director will develop systems for regularly collecting stories from our fellowship projects, articulating those stories in various formats, and building partnerships with a broad array of distribution channels to share those stories. The Director will also encourage, support, and help to integrate first-person narratives authored and distributed directly by our stakeholders across both traditional and social media platforms. This role is focused on creating and implementing plans to achieve FUSE’s overall strategic goals.

LOCATION: San FranciscoCLOSES: 28/02/17

POSTED: 10/02/17

Director of Development at Fuse Corps As FUSE continues to develop and scale its program at an ambitious pace, the organization is seeking to hire an experienced professional to serve as its first Director of Development in order to help expand and diversify the general funding support that makes our work possible. In particular, the Director of Development will enable FUSE to cultivate long-term strategic partnerships with a small group of high-net-worth individuals and corporations through dedicated relationship management and a series of event-based investment opportunities. Through this outreach, along with some efforts to secure grants from local foundations, the Director will help raise essential operating funds and secure the final $2M of FUSE’s current $5M growth capital campaign to advance the goals of the 2016-2021 strategic plan. The Director will work closely with the CEO and FUSE’s Board members to develop a major donor program and cultivate relationships with individual investors and corporate partners, particularly those located throughout the Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas. These efforts may include one-on-one meetings as well as helping to organize small events, house parties, and dinner conversations that convene prospective investors with organizational leaders and local government officials to discuss FUSE’s broader strategic role in addressing key current issues. The Director of Development will also lead efforts to plan and execute FUSE’s first major annual event, currently planned for 150 people in late September although it is envisioned that this event will continue to grow in subsequent years. With fundraising efforts to date having been led primarily by the CEO, the Director of Development will lead efforts to design and implement a system for engaging more deeply with an increasingly large number of major supporters in order to continue FUSE’s growth along an ambitious trajectory. This position will collaborate closely with the CEO and COO along with the organization’s entire staff, board, advisors, fellows, alumni, and current funders.

LOCATION: San FranciscoCLOSES: 28/02/17

POSTED: 10/02/17

Senior JavaScript Developer at Easy Peasy We’re a fast growing educational technology startup, using digital technology and play to tackle educational inequality before it starts. We’re backed by the University of Oxford’s Department of Education, and a 2016 graduate of the Emerge Education accelerator. We currently operate a live b2b product licensed to local authorities, schools, and nurseries across the UK, which supports thousands of parents and young children. Our first consumer app is in development and due for release in 2017. We’re a small and growing team who work hard and are passionate about what we do. We move quickly, work together to make decisions, and constantly strive for improvement. We’re looking for talented, driven people to join us in 2017 as we scale across the UK, launch new products and features, and develop our international strategy.

LOCATION: Madrid or RemoteCLOSES: 28/02/17

POSTED: 10/02/17

Senior Programme Manager, Tech for Social Impact at British Council The British Council is a charity that brings people together from different cultures and countries and builds trust through opportunities in arts, education, science and English. Through our Creative Economy portfolio and other programmes, we explore the local and global dimensions of digital culture. We recognise the benefits that the internet and digital technology have brought to many and seek to find innovative ways to redress its uneven distribution and impact, particularly in the Global South. We always co-develop programmes in partnership with others.  Sitting within our Creative Economy team, we’re looking for someone to join us as a Senior Programme Manager for 6 months to help us kick-start a long-term relationship with UK and international organisations that are using tech to power social change. To advise on relevant programmes which could support and internationalise UK talent and ideas and which will ultimately help build a more diverse and equitable digital world. We're particularly interested in supporting women and girls in the global south.

LOCATION: UK, flexibleCLOSES: 12/02/17

POSTED: 10/02/17

DevOps Engineer at Open Utility We need an experienced devops engineer to join our production team. The role will be to work closely with Andy our CTO as well as the rest of the team to maintain and build up our backend systems and cloud infrastructure. We receive a growing amount of energy consumption and production data which we process through our matching algorithm to provide our end users with transparency of where their energy came from / went to. This role would cover everything from updating how we match and process data to scaling of our service to more users in new markets. New features will need to fit alongside ongoing maintenance to continue providing the high customer satisfaction we pride ourselves on. You’ll need to be familiar with large data sets, data structures as well as working collaboratively with a mixed discipline production team. Communication is key to our working processes and we’d expect candidates to demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills.

LOCATION: London, England, United KingdomCLOSES: 28/02/17

POSTED: 10/02/17

Python/Django Developer at Open Utility We need an experienced backend developer to join our production team. The role will be to work closely with Andy our CTO as well as the rest of the team to maintain and build up our backend systems. We receive a growing amount of energy consumption and production data which we process through our matching algorithm to provide our end users with transparency of where their energy came from / went to. This role would cover everything from updating how we match and process data to building out APIs to facilitate scaling of our service to more users in new markets. New features will need to fit alongside ongoing maintenance to continue providing the high customer satisfaction we pride ourselves on. You’ll need to be familiar with large data sets, data structures as well as working collaboratively with a mixed discipline production team. Communication is key to our working processes and we’d expect candidates to demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills.

LOCATION: London, England, United KingdomCLOSES: 28/02/17

POSTED: 10/02/17

DevOps Engineer at Crisis Text Line Crisis Text Line is a data- and tech-driven not-for-profit. We've built our own online platform for engaging with young people in crisis (think: suicide, self-harm, domestic violence, etc) over SMS using standard, open web technologies.

LOCATION: New York

POSTED: 19/01/17

Director of Operations and Special Projects at Nesta Nesta’s Challenge Prize Centre is seeking a Director of Operations & Special Projects. The Challenge Prize Centre is at the leading edge of the design and development of innovation competitions that incentivise breakthroughs in science and technology to improve our lives. The Director of Operations & Special Projects will join the Challenge Prize Centre at a pivotal point and help to shape our future as we evolve from being a successful start-up focused on identifying, highlighting and solving critical problems by channelling innovation, to the next exciting stage as a principal and global agent of transformation.

LOCATION: London, England, United KingdomCLOSES: 09/02/17

POSTED: 19/01/17

Office Manager at Doteveryone Doteveryone is here to make the internet work for everyone. We do research, build and test prototypes and work with partners to help increase digital understanding. We want to understand and address the moral and social impact of technology on society, in order to help make life fairer and simpler for everyone in the UK. The role of Office Manager is key to the productivity of our team and we're looking for someone with enthusiasm for helping teams to thrive and a can-do approach to myriad daily challenges. This is a full-time role that would suit someone with previous Office Manager or Executive PA experience.

LOCATION: London, England, United KingdomCLOSES: 13/02/17

POSTED: 19/01/17

Various at Code for America We are a network of people making government work for the people, by the people, in the 21st century. How do we get there? Government services that are simple, effective, and easy to use, working at scale to build healthy, prosperous, and safe communities.

LOCATION: Various

POSTED: 19/01/17

Creative Researcher at The Office for Creative Research Are you a data-focused creative committed to ethical practice? Are you convinced that there are better ways to work with and visualize data? Are you interested in driving conservation, making tools for activism and data literacy, promoting open science, and bringing data into public space? Are you in NYC, or willing to relocate to NYC? The Office for Creative Research is hiring one talented (and multi-talented!) individual to work at our new studio in Brooklyn on a wide range of data-focused projects.

LOCATION: New York

POSTED: 10/01/17