Seeking: Web Developer to help us develop our website to enable online donations, membership payments, sale of merchandise, and event bookings

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Book Links (QLD) Inc. is seeking a Web Developer to help us develop our website to enable online donations, membership payments, sale of merchandise, and event bookings.   Read below for all the details.  We have attached the PDF with the details below for your convenience. 

Please email us at info@booklinks.org.au if you would like to discuss this further.  Please feel free to pass this around your networks.

Book Links Qld Inc. is a small not-for-profit organisation registered as a charitable organisation and has DGR status.

Its main objectives are:

  • Establish and grow vibrant spaces (fixed and flexible places, and on line) to nurture communities where children and young adults are exposed to literature; stimulated to be imaginative and artistic; and where stories and their creators are valued.
  • Support networking, events, learning and an appreciation of story for children and young adults throughout the community.
  • Promote authors, illustrators and storytellers for children and young people.

We are seeking ways to increase membership, generate more income through sales of merchandise, and donations and improve bookings for events. Book Links Qld Inc. currently has a WordPress website using the domain https://booklinks.org.au/

We are seeking a web developer of professional standard who would be willing to give their time to create an add-on to our site with the same look that addresses these issues.

What we need:

Event booking system with payment options where we can create and manage events ourselves as they arise. Allow files to be added with extra info e.g. maps, flyers etc., include anti-spam fields and form validation, data uploaded into a database, payments made via PayPal or EFT, receipts/tickets emailed.

Create a Donations page

Create an online shopping cart where we can add or edit products or membership options and include features such as custom postage per product, bulk postage discounts, anti-spam fields, email order forms and email receipts for customers.

Create two PayPal accounts with one going to tax deductable donations and one for the purchase of merchandise, memberships or event tickets.

140920 Book Links specs for upgrade of WordPress site

 

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2 responses to “Seeking: Web Developer to help us develop our website to enable online donations, membership payments, sale of merchandise, and event bookings

  1. Hi, my name is Lukas Hunka – czech webdeveloper currently living in Prague in search of a new job experience.

    I was asked many times to send a CV for some job opening – hope you will enjoy your walk through my professional life and projects I have been working on in my past

    I have been developing web applications for last 9 years – starting as a pure developer/coder and during recent jobs or contracts moving more also to the fields of project management and business consultancy.

    I have rich experiences with developing in PHP(since version 4, currently version 5.3) – during last 2 years I am keen on using NETTE Framework as primary developing framework, GIT to maintain code organized and jQuery for front-end funcionality.

    As for database engines I am based on MySQL, but I have also good knowledge of PostgreSQL and MSSQL – both as user and administrator.

    I can code my own XHTML templates from source PSD’s, using valid source code(both XHTML/HTML5 and CSS3 of course).

    I would also like to mention my experiences as a server administrator – Linux and Windows.

    This is huge advantage for me as a developer because I can do some server-side performance optimalizations to achieve better results of my code.

    I can provide great reaction time, progressive analytical thinking, responsible selfmanagement and also fluent English – written and spoken.

    E-mail: l.hunka@icloud.com

    Phone: +420 732 708 388

  2. This blog was… how do you say it? Relevant!! Finally I’ve
    found something that helped me. Kudos!

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