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Wer wir sind

Change.org ist die weltweit größte Kampagnenplattform. Wir ermöglichen Menschen, die Welt im positiven Sinne zu verändern. Derzeit nutzen über 6 Millionen Menschen in Deutschland die Plattform und verändern so Kampagne für Kampagne ihr Umfeld – lokal, national und global.

Wir sind ein unabhängiger Verein – Change.org e.V. – mit einer Lizenzvereinbarung mit Change.org und unterstützen die Kampagnen von Nutzer*innen in Deutschland mit unserer Expertise.

Dank eines breiten Netzwerks an engagierten Förder*innen und Spender*innen können wir dieses einzigartige Angebot für jede und jeden kostenfrei deutschlandweit anbieten. Unser Team sitzt in Berlin und seit 2019 auch in Düsseldorf und München.

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UX Designer

Berlin, Germany

With over 362 million users in 196 countries, Change.org is the world’s largest technology platform for social change. Our team spans 18 countries and empowers hundreds of millions of people to have a voice and fight injustice. We’re a social impact business, and we’re aiming to build a world where no one is powerless and where creating change is a part of everyday life.

About the role:

We’re looking for one third of our newborn product team in Germany! We are setting up a small team that will create big solutions locally and globally, and we need a UX Designer to make tools beautiful, easy to use and interesting for the users. More than that, a UX Designer that believes in social change and people empowerment through technology. You’ll be reporting to a Product Lead and work with a Full-stack Developer on the German branch of the Change.org Foundation in collaboration with the global product team (the Change.org Foundation LAB). You’ll be in touch with people from different fields and also different countries, so be prepared to share and learn a lot.

As a member of our team you will:

  • Design and prototype new products. You will design the interface of new products, so you have to be able to visually structure a web application, creating and applying a visual identity on it, and also use prototyping tools in a very structured way. From a simple page to a complete app, your prototypes must look nice and also be comprehensible and easy to use by a front-end developer.
  • Translate abstract problems into visual solutions. You will work directly with a product manager and a developer, but also talk to campaigners, fundraisers, the media team. It means you’ll get information from many sources, so you’ll need to translate that to visual language and strategy.
  • Work with people around the globe. Although the projects in which you will work are mostly for Change.org Germany, you’ll interact with people from various countries where Change.org acts.

This describes you:

  • You must have experience in prototyping and designing interfaces. You don’t need a long portfolio, but a versatile one.
  • You might have or not a degree in the field. It’s enough that you use your formal education to enhance your UX knowledge.
  • You always think about how to improve a web interface when you see it and how more accessible it could be.
  • You know how to write CSS or at least all of its possibilities (and limitations). 
  • You are inspired by other sources than design, be it pop music, Iranian movies, Baroque sculpture or street graffiti. You have an idea of what’s trendy, but don’t stick to it. You know about the design canon, but also have a personal taste.
  • You are passionate about social change and believe that digital tools can be effective to empower people and create communities.
  • You can work in an English-speaking environment.

Interested? Great! Here's what you should know:

  • This is a full-time position based in Berlin.
  • Please send your application via email (subject line: "Application UX Designer") to jobs@changeverein.org

Application Questions

  • List all software and other skills (programming languages, frameworks, methodologies) you have. None is mandatory, but it helps to know what you know.
  • Send a link to your portfolio, but choose two to three works you are proud of and explain why.
  • Choose something you wish you were the author and explain why.

Change.org is committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage applicants of different backgrounds, cultures, genders, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, physical disability, or length of time spent unemployed.

We’re working for a world where no one is powerless, and where creating change is a part of everyday life. We’re just getting started, and we hope you’ll join us.

Full-stack Developer

Berlin, Germany

With over 362 million users in 196 countries, Change.org is the world’s largest technology platform for social change. Our team spans 18 countries and empowers hundreds of millions of people to have a voice and fight injustice. We’re a social impact business, and we’re aiming to build a world where no one is powerless and where creating change is a part of everyday life.

About the role:

We’re looking for one third of our newborn product team in Germany! We are setting up a small team that will create big solutions locally and globally, and we need a Full-stack Developer to translate into code the tools and products we design. More than that, we are looking for a Full-stack Developer that believes in social change and people empowerment through technology. You’ll be reporting to a Product Lead and work with a UX Designer on the German branch of the Change.org Foundation in collaboration with the global product team (the Change.org Foundation LAB). You’ll be in touch with people from different fields and also different countries, so be prepared to share and learn a lot.

As a member of our team you will:

  • Translate projects into applications. Sometimes from a very detailed project, sometimes from just a quick conversation, you’ll code the ideas discussed by the team. You’ll create and set up databases, develop dashboards for administrators and translate to reality the planned products or new features on existing ones. This is going to be your main role!
  • Code layouts. You’ll receive layouts and translate them into HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Be part of application design. As a small team, we’ll discuss a lot about what we are going to do, so you’ll not just code, but take part in design and architecture decisions.
  • Deploy projects. Let’s make things live!
  • Document the solutions you create. Some of the things you will develop will be used by other teams, so everything must be documented in a clear way and in English.
  • Work with people around the globe. Although the projects in which you will work are mostly for Change.org Germany, you’ll interact with people from all 18 countries where Change.org acts.

This describes you:

  • You must have experience in coding for the web, even if not professionally. You don’t need a long portfolio, but a versatile one.
  • You might have or not a degree in the field. You may have learned code at university, on a codecamp, through an online course or as a hermit self-taught person.
  • You know HTML, CSS and JavaScript, i.e. you can put up a website easily. Bonus if you know CSS preprocessors, especially Sass. Superbonus if you know frameworks, as Angular or React.js.
  • You know a programming language that’s used on the back end. Bonus if PHP or JavaScript. Bonus if both and if you know some PHP frameworks and CMSs, especially WordPress.
  • You know how to use Git. Bonus if you know git-flow.
  • You have at least an idea of deploying tools and methods.
  • Your code is beautifully crafted, like it’s programming literature. You keep good practices, you comment each step, you document inline, you DRY and you keep the standard indentation from beginning to the end.
  • You can think in the big picture but also think modularly. You know that projects have to be universal but specific at the same time.
  • You are a code person, but able to communicate it in a way to make it understandable to the laypeople.
  • You are passionate about social change and believe that digital tools can be effective to empower people and create communities.
  • You can work in an English-speaking environment.

Interested? Great! Here's what you should know:

  • This is a full-time position based in Berlin and you will be paid fairly
  • Please send you application via email (subject line: "Application Full-stack Developer") to jobs@changeverein.org

Application Questions

  • Get the frontend and backend roadmaps from Developer Roadmaps and mark the items you know. None is mandatory, but it helps to know what you know.
  • Send a link to your portfolio or Git service account (like Github or Bitbucket), but choose two to three works you are proud of and explain why.

Change.org is committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage applicants of different backgrounds, cultures, genders, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, physical disability, or length of time spent unemployed.

We’re working for a world where no one is powerless, and where creating change is a part of everyday life. We’re just getting started, and we hope you’ll join us.

 

 

Wir suchen eine*n People & Office Manager*in

20-25 Stunden/Woche in Berlin

Deine Aufgaben:

Diese Rolle verfolgt in ihrer Vielseitigkeit ein Ziel: Du schaffst die Bedingungen für eine angenehme Arbeitsatmosphäre, in der alle Mitarbeiter*innen engagiert und produktiv arbeiten können.

  • Du stellst die “Team-Happiness” sicher, indem du Verantwortung für alle Prozesse und Aufgaben des Büromanagements übernimmst und diese optimierst. Somit garantierst du nicht nur einen tollen Arbeitsplatz, sondern stellst auch sicher, dass sich Gäste bei uns wohlfühlen.
  • Du förderst die Teamkultur durch Planung und Durchführung von Teamevents
  • Du unterstützt den Recruiting-Prozess
  • Du bist Ansprechperson für alle Fragen rund um die Büroorganisation
  • Du verantwortest und optimierst administrative und organisatorische Abläufe
  • Du verantwortest Einkäufe und Bestellungen
  • Du verantwortest die vorbereitende Buchhaltung und Überweisungen
  • Du verantwortest die Kommunikation mit dem Lohn- und Steuerbüro
  • Du organisierst Veranstaltungen
  • Du beantwortest Anfragen per Telefon und E-Mail

Was Du mitbringen solltest:

  • Eine starke Identifikation mit der Mission von Change.org
  • Eine positive Einstellung und Freude an reibungslosen Arbeitsabläufen
  • Die Fähigkeit sich schnell in ein dynamisches Umfeld einzuarbeiten
  • Eine gut strukturierte, eigenständige und lösungsorientierte Arbeitsweise
  • Ein Auge fürs Detail und Ordnung
  • Erfahrung im Bereich Büromanagement ist ein Plus
  • Sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse, gute Englischkenntnisse

Was wir Dir bieten:

  • Mitarbeit an einer sozialen Mission mit großer gesellschaftlicher Wirkung
  • Ein herzliches Team mit einem hohen Maß an Kollegialität, Humor, Unternehmergeist und Energie
  • Eine agile, digitalisierte und flexible Arbeitsorganisation
  • Einen Job mit vielen Mitgestaltungsmöglichkeiten
  • Einen zentral gelegenen Arbeitsplatz in Berlin
  • Faire Bezahlung

Haben wir Dich mit unserer Begeisterung für Change.org angesteckt? Dann sende uns bitte Deine Bewerbung mit kurzem Lebenslauf, Motivationsschreiben (max. 1 Seite) als PDF per E-Mail mit dem Betreff „People & Office Manager*in” schnellstmöglich an jobs@changeverein.org

Wir wertschätzen Vielfalt und begrüßen alle Bewerbungen – unabhängig von Geschlecht, Nationalität, ethnischer und sozialer Herkunft, Religion/Weltanschauung, Behinderung, Alter sowie sexueller Orientierung und Identität.

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