CRO Volunteer for Rights of Nature 501c3

Published

10/19/2018

Start Date

11/01/2018

Time Commitment

Part time (10-30 hrs/wk)

Duration

Long-Term (6 months-1 year)

Address

New York
NY
United States

Description

About Earth Law Center:

Earth Law Center is a 501(c)(3) organization that educates and advocates for laws and policies that recognize and promote the inherent rights of nature to exist, thrive and evolve. Visit http://earthlawcenter.org for more information.

Volunteers working with Earth Law Center can expect to learn about the rights of nature; international plus local law and policy; grassroots movements; fundraising; and digital marketing.


Responsibilities

  • Consult with channel mangers to understand their business needs, and identify test opportunities for their channels. Maintain a roadmap and backlog for future test ideas.
  • Manage and optimize landing pages, website calls-to-action(CTAs), and lead-generating forms
  • Collaborate with teams responsible for all traffic generation in order to optimize each conversion path
  • Build user journeys and create wireframes to continuously improve user experience and increase conversion rates.


Experience

• Experience in HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and/or jQuery.

• Experience using content management systems (ideally Squarespace)

• Experience with testing tools (Google Optimize, Optimizely, etc)

• Experience identifying and solving usability & UX issues

• Familiar with principles of A/B and Multivariate testing


Our website is in Squarespace and we publish blogs weekly. 


Join the ELC team to protect nature!


Commitment:

Volunteers are asked to spend a minimum of 10 hours per week with ELC, working remotely, configuration of hours and days flexible to match volunteer schedules. For duration of volunteering, minimum 3 month commitment is preferred.

Remote

Ok

Benefits

  • International Volunteers

How To Apply

dlee@earthlaw.org
http://www.earthlawcenter.org

Please send a resume along with a short description of your background and interest to Darlene Lee, Executive Director at dlee@earthlaw.org.


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