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We’re on a mission to make the internet fossil-free by 2030.

To do this, we need a diverse team of people willing to come on board and help us, and the tech industry, navigate to our amibitious, but entirely doable, destination.

We value different backgrounds, levels of technical expertise and perspectives in the Green Web Foundation. You definitely don’t need to be a computer science graduate to work with us, nor based in North America or Europe join our team. If you are part of a community that is typically marginalised in the technology sector, you are especially welcome to apply, because your perspective and experiences would likely help us catch blind spots we might not otherwise see.

We offer a supportive and kind working environment, and good rates of pay. We are remote by default, on the priviso you’re able to join a few calls each week, mainly happening in the CET timezone.

Current vacancies

Mid-weight / senior django developer

We’re looking for a freelance django developer to join a small, but ambitious team on a part time basis, and help us with feature development and maintenance for the Green Web Foundation platform.

We have an initial budget of €12k (EUR), to cover an assumed 20-30 days of time, over the next 4 months, and ideally able to start in late August / early September.

Speculative vacancies

If our advertised roles aren’t right for you, but you’re keen to come on board, we welcome spectulative applications.

We keep speculative applications logged in our system and will reach out to you if we have a role we think you might fit. Due to our tight resources, we cannot guarantee to provide feedback on every spectulative application we receive, but we will let you know we have received yours.

Please use the form below to apply speculatively

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