Jobs! Check Out Current Tech- and Mobile-in-Social-Change Positions!

Posted by EKStallings on May 11, 2012

Looking for a job in the field of mobile tech for social change and development? The MobileActive Discuss list and the MobileActive newsletter are great resources not only for talking about the latest issues and topics in the ICT4D world, but also for jobs. Here's a sampling of some of the recent openings posted:

  • is looking for a Server Administrator for Maintenance and Development of the Deflect DDoS mitigation project and participation in's other projects. This is a full time position but two part-time roles,especially if located within the Western European and South East Asian timezones, would be considered. Please send your application and questions to dmitri AT equalit DOT ie.
  •, is looking for a solid Python webapp developer to participate in a 3-month internship in Nairobi this summer.Interested candidates should send a short letter of interest, CV, and any applicable projects to jobs AT mswali DOT org.
  • The International Broadcasting Bureau, Office of Technology, Services and Innovation is looking to fill an open position for the Director of the Broadcasting Board of Governors. The position is located in Washington, DC and only US citizens are eligible.
  • shiftLabs has announced three Summer Digital Innovation Fellowships. Applicants must be over 18 and currently be currently enrolled Undergraduate or Graduate students, or recently graduated (past six months). The closing date is May 18.
  • Village Tech Solutions is looking for two unpaid Summer interns familiar with Linux/PHP. The positions are based in California and Nepal supporting intensive field testing and equipment redesign. The contact for the position is David Sowerwine, david AT villagetechsolutions DOT org.

If you have any job openings, please email them to us at info AT mobileactive DOT org. If you are seeking a job in the field, please sign up for the MobileActive newsletter where we regularly list job openings that we receive.

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