Job opening
Updated 6.29.22

Web Developer

The Social Documentary Network (SDN) is seeking to establish a long-term working relationship with a freelance (consultant) web developer. (Our current developer has worked with us for 14 years.)

Primary responsibility is intermittent upgrades and fixes to a photo gallery website with more than 8,000 member accounts and more than 4,000 galleries, with integrated eCommerce.

The site is entirely custom code written in PHP/MySQL. It was originally developed in 2008 with a complete code overhaul in 2014.

Ability to do both front end coding and back end programming. Ability to manage interfaces with third party services (e-commerce and other.) Some design experience.

Amount of work will vary depending on priority needs and resources available.

Initial work would involve a thorough code review and become familiar with business logic.

Secondary responsibility is developing a WordPress or other CMS-managed site for ZEKE magazine with robust CMS, admin menu controls, and home page flexibility. Developer must be available to maintain and update software as needed and keep site secure.

Must do impeccable work, have a portfolio of similar level of completed projects, and solid references. It is also extremely important to be able to communicate effectively. Candidate must be responsive throughout work cycles, and should be able to do critical fixes or changes on short notice.

We are a US-based nonprofit organization and are very cost conscious. We welcome applicants from all parts of the world.

To apply, please submit the following:

  • Resume
  • Letter of interest
  • Link to samples of websites where you have had a leading role in code development
  • At least three professional references. Please provide name, title, company, website you worked on, contact email. We will contact references by email.

We apologize in advance that we will not be able to reply to all inquiries.

Please send application materials to:

Glenn Ruga
SDN Executive Director
applications@socialdocumentary.net