10:10 Campaign — Web developer needed
10:10 needs a skilled and enthusiastic web developer to build the campaign’s website for 2010. The successful applicant will work as part of our web team to deliver a fun, vibrant and highly interactive site to help people cut 10% of their carbon emissions in 2010.
– Salary based on experience/ability
– Working from our Camden office (location may change)
– Hours vary depending on how busy the period is. Expect longer than 9-5.
To apply, send a CV including links to your work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close 11th December.
10:10 is an ambitious project to unite every sector of British society behind one simple idea: that by working together we can achieve a 10% cut in the UK’s carbon emissions in 2010.
Within 48 hours of our launch at Tate Modern on September 1st the entire front benches of all three major parties had personally signed up, along with scores of celebrities and other important figures from every sector of British society. Two and a half months on, we have nearly 45,000 individuals and over 1500 businesses signed up to cut their emissions next year, including some giant brands like the Royal Mail, Microsoft UK, O2 and Adidas – and we’re growing all the time.
You don’t have to be mad to work here, etc
10:10 is the most exciting and dynamic climate change campaign on the horizon for 2010, so if you want to do something meaningful about the defining issue of our generation there’s no better place to park your desk than the 10:10 HQ. It can get pretty hectic at times so you’ll need to be able to keep a cool head in a crisis.
On the plus side, all our problems are good problems to have – they’re things like suddenly discovering that Parliament is about to debate signing up the entire government to the campaign; having to program an offline sign-up app for Tate Modern in 48 hours; or trying to work out how to franchise the campaign website and all the associated materials to the 27 countries that want to run 10:10 where they are. The 10:10 crew is made up of some of the most effective and innovative climate campaigners in the country, so whoever makes it onto the team will find themselves in seriously top-shelf company.