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The TrustLaw Portal Developer will help to transform the TrustLaw Members’ Portal – developing features to take it from a simple platform, through which we connect high-impact NGOs and social enterprises with leading law firms and corporate legal teams, to an interactive ecosystem that also offers opportunities for learning, knowledge-sharing, innovation, networking and collaboration.
The person in this role will design and develop the member-facing features housed in the TrustLaw Members’ Portal, including tools for members to apply, connect with each other, track the progress of their projects, view and engage with learning resources and reports, and easily access pro bono projects and support.
The person in this role will largely work independently to develop features, with some support/input from the Salesforce Administrator (who handles the TRF’s team-facing Salesforce instance) and Head of Design (who will provide design guidance and wireframes, as needed).
We are looking for an individual who is passionate about using technology to improve a successful, global pro bono legal service that helps NGOs, social enterprises and lawyers drive social change.
The person in this role will:
For example, the person in this role may focus on the following in their first three to six months:
The successful candidate will likely:
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We also make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and for sincerely held religious beliefs in accordance with applicable law.
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