We are an interdisciplinary research lab in Toronto and our partner, the Iran Media Program is looking for an experienced Drupal developer to help them revamp their website and continue to work with in the future to develop and improve their web applications.
The IMP website is in both English and Farsi, so you should be familiar with RTL languages. Command of Farsi is a huge asset.
You can work from anywhere you like. But should be available for occasional meetings in the Toronto area. The initial collaboration to overhaul IMP website will be project based and compensation will be determined based on qualification and experience. An on-going relationship will be discussed after to continue improvements on website from time to time.
If you are interested in this opportunity, forward your CV / related works to email@example.com
The Iran Media Program is a collaborative network designed to enhance the understanding of Iran's media ecology. Our goal is to strengthen a global network of Iranian media scholars and practitioners (the Iran Media Scholars Network) and to contribute to Iran's civil society and the wider policy-making community by providing a more nuanced understanding of the role of media and the flow of information in Iran.
The Iran Media Program is a project of the Center for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. Professor Monroe Price is the Principal Investigator and Mahmood Enayat is the Director.