You will be responsible for building a responsive, interactive and visually-powerful website for an advocacy collective of thought leaders, activists, practitioners and academics working globally to end violence against women and girls (VAWG).
The website’s main functions will be to showcase and disseminate our research, activities and advocacy work to stakeholders in the humanitarian and development field. You will be expected to undertake the following tasks:
a. Develop the user-friendly (both on the front and back end) design, layout, structure, all including strong visual language and a responsive design for the website by following an iterative development process;
b. Investigate and propose options to set-up or link to an virtual e-learning system for our Violence Against Women & Girls (VAWG) Knowledge Summit
c. Integrate effective search and aggregate functions that interact with social media platforms, a discussion board, and linkages to an easily managed e-mail newsletter as well as a way to manage visitors and those interested in receiving updates about the collective
d. Provide guidance on web hosting needs and security setups and administration privileges and controls
e. Develop a clear and accessible user guide and troubleshooting manual for the website and the CMS
f. Train a minimum of three staff on how to manage the new website and CMS and easy to read user guide/training guide
g. Provide regular maintenance and updates of the website for 12 months during which the contractor will provide training to staff on the same
Please include a tentative work plan outlining steps and timeline for completion (to be reviewed and refined together when selected) and links to relevant sites, projects and work that have been completed (this is a must!).