I have a real need. We have a lovely new Yuricon website all ready to go, but it’s created with Joomla and I am absolutely flat-out too busy at the moment to take the time I need to move everything over to populate the new pages.
I am looking for someone with complete confidence in their Joomla skills and good communication skills who can take what is currently on the Yuricon website and shift it over to its new home. I’ll be doing updates at that point, but I just cannot find time in between my jobs right now to get everything moved over. (It’s been on my to-do list for like 5 months…time is not magically appearing.)
This is a project-based paid internship. Here’s what I need from you if you want to apply. Send an email to anilesbocon01 at hotmail.com. Use the subject line: Yuricon Internship and please include *all* the following information:
1) Your name and an affidavit that you are over 18. No applications from under-18 will be accepted, as some of our content contains “adult” material.
2) A *brief* description of your school and/or work experience with Joomla.
3) Take a look at the current Yuricon.org site and guestimate what you think is a reasonable estimate for how long it would take you to move the content to a new, already-built home.
4) IMPORTANT – contact information. Email AND phone. I will call you for a phone interview if you fit my criteria. (I ask for a phone number because I would prefer to find someone in the same or near time zone. I know there’s Skype and all that, but it would be much smoother if we are on the same hours, as opposed to one of us being off by many hours. It just makes it a simpler project to manage. I won’t toss overseas applications out of hand, but will give preference to applicants in my time zone.)
We do have a deadline on this project, so I need someone quickly.
I will be paying for your work and I will also provide you with a portfolio piece and a recommendation (if your work is satisfactory, obviously.)
Mostly, I need someone who can work on this *right now*. Not sometime, eventually, when you get around to it.
I’ll look forward to hearing from you!