This summer, we have a temporary, remote employment opening for a demonstrated Word Press user, experienced with plug-ins, for a new website we’d like to develop.

Serious applicants should email the following to

  • a cover letter explaining why you are pro-woman and pro-life — include any work in the movement and tell us about your skills,
  • samples of your work,
  • and your résumé.

Job Description:


Website Developer


Director of Public Education


Demonstrated successful experience in website development using

Knowledge in all social media platforms; Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Suites.


Create and maintain new website:

Website Developer will be responsible for the creation, maintenance, and updates to the new website which includes, but is not limited to, the following regular duties:

  • Research, install, configure, and maintain plugins 
  • Adding posts, articles, and/or images to the website
  • Updating and adding new social media images.
  • Reviewing websites for any errors, omissions, or broken links
  • Updating articles as directed.
  • Changing pop ups as directed.
  • General front-end website design and maintenance.

Tech Reports:

  • Running Google Analytics to determine website visitor data

Other Duties

  • In the absence of the Director of Public Education, or the Tech Coordinator, additional duties may be assigned.


Temporary part-time hourly position (preferably afternoons), with potential to become permanent.


Commensurate with skills and experience with similar non-profit groups.