I get asked a lot if I know anyone looking for Drupal work. I know a few people but trying to keep track of who is and who isn't just to answer random people who ask me doesn't work very well. So I decided to make a wiki page.
There have been a lot of complaints of users spamming the paid-services forum. We are actively working to turn this forum into a useful and professional resource for clients to find relevant Drupal services.
The key philosophy here is that exchange between job posters and applicants should be done on a one-to-one basis, not in comment threads.
The Paid Services forum maintainer is stephthegeek, with assistance from francort. We keep an active eye on this forum daily but feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
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A Non-Profit Art-Technology organization is looking for an experienced Drupal Designer/Developer or (team) to work on a new project site for us. High visibility project. Hiring immediately in Bay Area.
Full description of what we are looking for here: http://zero1.org/opencall/aai-webdev
Questions or responses to email@example.com for more information.
BeadforLife is a non-profit organization and member of the Fair Trade Federation, with offices in Boulder, Colorado, Kampala, Uganda and Montpellier, France. Our organization creates opportunities for women in Uganda to generate income through their own hard work, with the ultimate goal of empowering them to create sustainable livelihoods to help their families rise out of poverty.
WFMU seeks to engage a firm or individual on a contract basis to act as Software Architect for its Audience Engine Project. Audience Engine is an open source platform and strategy which will provide digital distribution of audio, video and audience engagement tools fully integrated with social fundraising tools, to radio stations, journalists and digital libraries. The functional requirements for Audience Engine are based on WFMU’s existing platform which can be seen live at wfmu.org. None of WFMU's existing code base will be utilized in Audience Engine.