Website Coordinator Position

Web Coordinator Job Description

We are seeking a web coordinator on Oahu to perform general coordinator duties including making regular updates to our website, responding to and troubleshooting any website issues, and ensuring a smooth user experience.

Candidate should have a strong commitment to serve our Hawaii community. Hours are flexible, and this is currently a part-time WFH (10-15 hours a week) freelance role, so candidate should have their own equipment.

-2+ year of web development experience
-1+ year WordPress front and back end design
-Associate’s degree (or equivalent work experience)

General Duties:
-Ensure that the RYSE website is functional, efficient, and current.
-Make all content/ page updates given by Communications Director in a timely manner.
-Respond to and troubleshoot all website issues in a timely manner.
-Create appropriate website content aligned with the organization’s strategy.
-Provide monthly data and analytics reports.
-Improve the user experience of the website regularly.
-Ensure website quality and efficiency by conducting regular test plans.
-Keep up-to-date with industry best practices and monitor competitor websites.
-Ensure that the website is protected by enabling the appropriate security measures; identify and respond to all website security breaches.
-Ensure full compliance on the website with all laws and regulations.
-Update HTML, CSS and JavaScript regularly.
-Other duties as assigned.

-Must be able to meet strict deadlines.
-Must have strong communication skills.
-Powerfully independent work ethic.
-Proficiency with Google Analytics, WordPress, CRM software management
-Proficiency in Adobe/Photoshop software

-Graphic design training
-Videography skills
-Artistic or creative background
-Community-based organizational work experience

To apply, please send a cover letter with links to your work, along with resume, to Thanks!

RYSE is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.

We believe in second chances and value applicants with a colorful past. Individuals with lived experience in homelessness, foster care, and the criminal justice system are highly encouraged to apply.