Are you the next SHE Systems Development Geek?

Do you like taking ideas and making them happen? Do you like building the infrastructure and setting up systems to make those things happen?

We’re looking for a highly motivated, experienced, and passionate systems development geek who wants to work with an innovative, international award winning social venture, Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE), to change the world! This position is a full or part-time volunteer position working in NYC (or potentially remotely) for 10 weeks.

Do you want to spend the next 10 weeks...

• Optimizing our new development software and bring it up to speed and ready to launch?
• Implementing a new more efficient email system?
• Transferring our email marketing system to a new and system?
• Implementing new payment online systems on the website?
• Researching "cloud" operational strategies that create efficient working systems?
• Making recommendations to the SHE team on what works and what doesn’t? and providing a game plan for how to implement an efficient systems strategy as SHE takes off?
• Having a blast being a part of a kick-ass team and learning about the nuts and bolts of running a start-up social venture doing ground-breaking work?

Do you have experience and/or skills...

• Creating and/or utilizing systems so that individuals/organizations/teams can work more efficiently?
• Researching systems best practices and applying them to your work?
• Navigating all older and newer systems (email, database, etc)?
• Working independently, instigating, and taking the “pad” and running with it?

If you answered YES to these questions, please send resume and cover letter in an email with “Systems Development Geek” in the email heading to by midnight, June 6th.

About Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE):

Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE) is a social venture using market-based approaches to address social problems in developing countries. Its first initiative is addressing girls' and women's lack of access to affordable sanitary pads when they menstruate causing them to miss school and/or work--up to 50 days per year. SHE is helping women start up their own businesses to distribute and eventually manufacture affordable and eco-friendly sanitary pads made of local materials (e.g., banana fibers). Echoing Green, one of the premier seed funders of social enterprises, named SHE 1 of the 20 most innovative social ventures worldwide (out of 1,500 applicants), Harvard Business School named SHE founder, Elizabeth Scharpf, its first Social Enterprise Fellow, President Clinton recognized Elizabeth Scharpf at the 2009 Clinton Global Initiative, and Nicholas Kristof featured SHE in the most emailed Dec 2009 NYTimes article as one of a handful of innovative and meaningful organizations.

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