ASF is a non profit organization leader in driving safety since 1988 has international life-saving research and valuable IP at, carsafe.org. Developers that have worked for ASF usually work pro bono (free) for public safety or at a reduced rate..
ASF seeks an experienced web developer or company, for some new year site updates and fixes, which include, 1. some text additions, as well as double spacing all text and changes and the revamp/update of one page (saem style just new info), 2. mobile/tablet compatibility fine tunes 3. SEO and Google search improvements. 4. WordPress account cleanup/tuning.. Pro bono developers will be considered first, but the next choice is ASF can pay $25 an hour, and ALL the above work in this ad, would need to be completed in four hours or less (again most work pro bono for public safety) 5. REVIEW carsafe.org before responding 6. when responding please indicate you are in accord with 4. and send webpage and or resume.
This public safety work requires expedition and FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS, including the ones in this ad so please read the ad details carefully and be sure to respond indicating if you can complete 1-4 Most developers in the past have concern for public safety work and work pro bono for free, so the pro bono worker will be chosen first, and those that can do good work for low price second
Virtual Work from your location – make your own hours but must work expeditiously for safety. You will be provided a carsafe.org backup site, which we ask that you clone so that you can demo all changes before they are made live. US developers are preferred but can work with those that at least have a US phone number that will be answered by normal business hours (no Skype etc.) as this public safety work must be prioritized.
ASF also optionally seeks cause marketing partners, and developers with marketing, networking, or fundraising skills that can promote driving safety at carsafe.org and fundraise receiving 20 percent of the funds you raise from the valuable ASF IP and important global research. . Over the many years, most web developers have helped pro bono, free of charge, due to concern for public safety, so those that seek pay should at least be willing to devote some extra time if necessary. There is also some optional paid HTML work on an associated site.
Please respond with your website and or resume. Thank you for your safety concerns.