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Charity Navigator
emoji of a pushpinRemote- USemoji of a money bag$65-85/hour depending upon experienceemoji of a clockSat Nov 14 2020
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Charity Navigator is looking for a talented Front-End Developer Contractor. Currently, our team is working remotely to comply with CDC guidelines during the pandemic, and as such, this position will be fully virtual in the interim.

The successful applicant will join our Tech Team to help build our nonprofit portal and ratings application. The nonprofit portal will allow nonprofit organizations to contribute data needed for ratings as well as other information about their nonprofit.

What we’re looking for:

  • A team member to meaningfully contribute to the design and UX for the nonprofit portal

  • An equal collaborator with both our tech team and non-tech staff to use your skills to help add engaging content and user first functionality to the tool.

  • Someone who is comfortable developing and supporting web applications using HTML5 and React, using JSON REST APIs for data.

In this role, you will:

  • Heavily leverage our web stack: React and Node JS for our front-end and back-end

  • Understanding of web markup, including HTML5, CSS, and Javascript

  • Familiarity with Bootstrap or other UI toolkits/themes

  • Experience with Git

  • Passionate about the non-profit sector, wanting to help donors and charities find each other and make better decisions.

If you resonate with any of the descriptions above, we encourage you to submit your resume and cover letter to apply!

About us

Charity Navigator is the world’s largest and most-utilized independent charity evaluator. The organization guides informed giving by evaluating the financial health, accountability, and transparency of charities and by providing data about 1.7 million nonprofits, accessed more than 10 million times annually. Charity Navigator does not charge the organizations it evaluates, ensuring unbiased evaluations, nor does it charge the public for this trusted data. As a result, Charity Navigator, a 501(c)(3) public charity itself, depends on support from individuals, corporations, and foundations that believe it provides a much-needed service to America's charitable givers.

Status

This is a short term contract position. We expect the consultancy to be full-time for 4-6 months, though we would be flexible for the right person. There may be the opportunity to transition to a salary position if both sides are interested.

What is your Interview process like?

Meet with Director of Engineering, Chief Ratings Technology Officer and HR & Operations Manager.

Director of Engineering will conduct verbal assessment of technology and programming language skills.

Charity Navigator is re-platforming its internal rating system and public facing data entry platform. Charity Navigator is utilizing React, Node, CSS, JSON APIS, PostgreSQL in this work.

What efforts are you making in terms of increasing diversity & inclusion within your company?

Charity Navigator is a small nonprofit of 26 full-time employees with a national brand who is committed to being a culturally sensitive and inclusive workplace. We are a close-knit group that fosters a supportive environment. Our people are invested in what they do. They deeply care about our work and making an impact in the nonprofit space.

Charity Navigator aims to guide and assist in the expansion of products and services related to DEI initiatives that enable CN users to research and donate to well-rated nonprofits dedicated to underserved communities and building out our infrastructure to provide a more comprehensive picture of nonprofit organizations.

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