The International Development Innovation Network (IDIN) program housed at the MIT D-Lab seeks a student worker to manage and maintain the International Development Design Summit (IDDS) website at iddsummit.org. The website is deployed using WordPress with a custom theme and includes a LAMP-based web application for accepting and managing summit applications.
The student will be responsible for maintaining the website and collecting and posting information as needed from various members in the network. Familiarity with WordPress, themes, HTML standards, CSS style sheets, PHP, and MySQL databases is essential in order to edit and publish content, apply categories and tags, improve the theme, manage the database, troubleshoot plugins, and do other tasks.
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume with work samples to the IDIN Summits Coordinator, Sher Vogel, at email@example.com. Looking to hire as soon as possible. The position is open for all student workers, but preference will be given to MIT students.