Policy Platform Front-end Developer - EUR Policy
The policy platform team is seeking a front-end developer to join our team as a volunteer. We are in the process of building a new Xwiki-based policy platform that will streamline the creation, sharing, and collaboration of policies within our organisation and with external stakeholders. As a frontend developer, you will play a crucial role in the design and development of the platform's user interface and user experience.
About the position
You will collaborate with the co-leads, UX designer, system engineer and other developers to design and implement the platform’s interface in order to provide a consistent and intuitive user experience across the platform.
The Policy Platform is an Xwiki based application designed to streamline the creation, sharing, and collaboration of policies within our organisation and with external stakeholders. Being an open source project, Xwiki has a lot of inbuilt features already which will need to be tuned in order to serve our specific Pan-European needs. More importantly, given that this tool will act as the main portal to our party’s thoughts, it is crucial to build a smooth and modern user experience. For an overview of what’s in store, feel free to check in with any of our co-leads (you can find their contacts below).
Technical experience is helpful - certain skills are also required - but we do not expect you to be an expert. If in doubt, apply!
Collaborate with the co-lead and other developers to design and implement the platform's user interface
Ensure a consistent and intuitive user experience across the platform
Put in some hands-on work when the need arises, or your expertise comes in handy
Join our team meetings and programming sessions
Spend about 5 hours a week working with us
- Familiar with frontend development and possible libraries
- Familiar with templating languages (like Velocity or Jinja) and Git workflows are a plus
- A dynamic learner, with an open mindset and willing to work within the ever-changing framework of a volunteer organisation
- Flexible and open to new solutions that address the issues arising through the project in the most efficient way
We know those are highly sought after skills and quite hard to come by, so if in doubt, apply!
As a volunteer you will gain experience in frontend development while making a meaningful impact on the growth and success of Volt Europa. If you are a self-starter with a passion for technology and a desire to make a real impact, we would love to hear from you.
Apply today and join our team in building a game-changing platform for policy-making by sending your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org,
Be aware that this is an unpaid position.
Volt Europa actively seeks a diverse applicant pool and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply. Volt Europa does not discriminate on the basis of disability, age, gender identity and expression, national origin, race and ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or criminal record. We welcome all kinds of diversity.
If you are not a member of Volt, you will be asked to become a member as part of onboarding. If you already want to become a member (great idea!), go to:https://volt.team/join.