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STAND Canada is a national advocacy organization that advocates to make preventing and ending genocide a cornerstone of Canadian foreign policy. We are dedicated to providing Canadians with the educational and advocacy tools that they need to take action toward a world without genocide.

The Role

As the Website Manager, you are responsible for maintaining the appearance and content of the website and ensure that it is functional. A new website is planned, and the Website Manager will provide technical support to that project.

Key Responsibilities

The Website Manager will be expected to:

  • Offer technical support in relation to updating and maintaining the STAND Canada website and STAND’s Google Apps services
  • Perform Google Apps and webhosting maintenance as necessary. Communicate with the Communications Directors and Executive Directors on replacement of old technology as required, including increasing the security of the website
  • Ensure that website content (ie: the calendar, new pages) are uploaded to the server in a timely manner (within 48 business hours)
  • Routinely verify the functionality and suitability of website content, including online forms, images, and layout
  • Liaise with external technical personnel in our webhost and domain registrar to ensure the continued operation and quality of STAND’s online operations
  • Develop new functionalities for STAND’s website, as requested by the Executive Director and Communications Director; work on long-term technical projects as required
  • Collaborate with the Communications Directors on how to advertise donations on the website better, including integrating fundraising software to the website
  • Help create a database of pictures to use for the website with the design team by providing required image sizing requirements
  • Communicate with and respond to STAND Directors’ emails and messages in a timely manner (within 48 business hours)
  • Perform other job-related duties as required by the Communications Director or Executive Director.


In order to succeed in this role, you will need:

  • Must have advanced knowledge of HTML/CSS and experience with popular content management systems (particularly WordPress)
  • Must have a working knowledge of SEO, keyword strategies, copy optimisation, off-page promotion and link strategies
  • Must be familiar with Google Analytics
  • Must have experience or education in website security
  • Must be available to work to work on-call if needed
  • Web copywriting and good web communication skills (written and visual)
  • Graphics editing skills desirable, but not required beyond basics
  • Having a computer science or web development background is preferred, but not necessary
  • Must be able to communicate effectively and in a timely manner with STAND members across Canada through the internet and by telephone (within 48 hours)
  • Reliable and independent – can work under deadlines with minimal supervision
  • Experience using social media sites such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube, and Facebook 
  • Ability to handle tight deadlines; great organizational skills and attention to detail required

Why Volunteer for STAND?

  • STAND is a nationally-recognized advocacy organization with chapters across Canada. Our work is often pitched to government officials.
  • You will receive a reference letter from a STAND Director following completion of your work
  • Professional development (ie: working effectively with a team that is geographically distributed). 

If you are unsure of your schedule for the next year, we still encourage you to apply as we are happy to discuss your time commitment to STAND.

We ask for a commitment of at least a year with 5-10 hours per week. If you are unsure of your schedule for the next year, we still encourage you to apply as we are happy to discuss your time commitment to STAND.

Volunteer with STAND!

To apply, please fill out the application form below. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis as they are received and will close when we have filled the position.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources team at humanresources@standcanada.org.

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