Part-time Web job at MD-DC Campus Compact (MDCCC)

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Part-time Web job at MD-DC Campus Compact (MDCCC)

Position: MDCCC Web Content Manager, 5-10 hours per month. Requires Dreamweaver
Organization: The Maryland-DC Campus Compact (MDCCC), founded in 2008, is a consortium of 32+ colleges and universities dedicated to fulfilling the public purposes of higher education through the creation of high quality campus community partnerships and enhancing service-learning and civic engagement. ( MDCCC is part of the National Campus Compact network, founded in 1985. (
Job Description: The MDCCC Web Content Manager will update and maintain all aspects of the MDCCC website,, including all subpages, the domain, and all subdomains. A personal computer with access to Adobe Dreamweaver is required.
Required Skills:
• Proficiency with XHTML, HTML5, and CSS
• Proficiency with Adobe Dreamweaver and the use of Dreamweaver templates for site management
• Basic graphic design skills towards web optimization of images and content
• Quick response time with updates and changes of online content (24-48 hours preferred)
• Familiarity with is a plus
• Professional experience with higher education and/or non-profits preferred
Time: Approximately 5-10 hours a month (dependent on workload). The Web Developer will check in at least once a week with the Program Director and/or Executive Director and will be available for questions/clarifications on a daily basis. The MDCCC office is based at Hood College in Frederick, MD. Working remotely is preferred.
Reporting: This position reports to the Program Director or Executive Director.
Unique Opportunity: This internship is with the Maryland-DC Campus Compact, the largest higher education association in the Maryland-DC region and the only association connecting all segments of higher education: public, private, 2-year, 4-year, and graduate only institutions. By networking with college and university personnel, the intern will gain familiarity with and exposure to campuses in Maryland and DC and will learn about the infrastructure of campus-community engagement efforts at a statewide and regional level and gain work-experience in a non-profit organization. This is an administrative position with no direct service/work with students.
Compensation: Commensurate with experience.
Contact: Katlin Meissinger

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