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The New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council, AFL-CIO, is the union that represents approximately 30,000 hotel workers in New York City.
The New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council, AFL-CIO — hotelworkers.org On May 21, 1957, as part of its long-standing efforts to advance the cause of racial justice, Local 6 awarded its fourth annual Better Race Relations Award to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who had only recently emerged on the national stage with his leadership of the monumental Montgomery Bus Boycott from 1955-1956. At the time and throughout his life, Dr. King was marginalized, ignored, criticized, persecuted, and hated by huge segments of the country, but our Union recognized his greatness and befriended him from the start. Every member should be proud of that fact.
Front-End Web Developer (UI Design)
The New York Hotel Trades Council, AFL-CIO, a labor union that represents nearly 40,000 workers in the hotel, gaming, and racing industries in the New York City area, seeks an experienced front end web developer with user interface design experience (or training).
This COVID crisis has shown us the immense value to our Union of developing a more expansive and sophisticated website. Since March 2020, the number of viewers to our site has increased seven-fold (to as many as 20,000 per day and more) and we are investing our resources accordingly. In fact, we have so many concrete ideas to put the site to new innovative uses, that our one full-time Web Developer has much more work to do than he can possibly handle. Among the new uses we are developing are:
Conducting secret ballot ratification votes online;
Members-only section for customized private content
Providing multi-lingual content to an incredibly diverse membership (the current site supports English, Spanish and Chinese content);
Mobilizing rank-and-file political action in a private individually personalized Member Section;
Providing non-union workers with a confidential communication channel with the union and interactive pages allowing them to compare their wages, benefits and working conditions to those enjoyed by unionized workers; and
Many other applications.
Our Union constantly seeks new ways to increase our effectiveness through smart use of technology and we are looking for a creative developer to help conceive of, design and implement tools to support the Union in our mission. This includes both web design and also assisting with the UX design of our FileMaker projects.
This position offers the prospect of a great career and, as we are a labor union, an excellent benefit package.
The team currently works remotely from home due to the COVID situation. When things return to normal, we intend to be flexible about remote work, and will consider skilled applicants who don’t live in the New York area.
Strong foundation in UI/UX design with 3 design samples provided
Experience working with newer front-end technologies (e.g. React, VueJS or other frameworks)
Other useful experience/qualifications:
Experience using GraphQL web services
Experience with content management systems, such as CraftCMS
Experience with MVC frameworks or PHP
Managing SQL databases
Linux server administration
Medical, Dental, Optical, and Prescription Drugs with family coverage (including domestic partners); Pension, Pre-paid Legal, Flexible Spending Accounts, Life Cycle Benefits, Long-Term Care Insurance, and other benefits.
$55,000 - $70,000
How to Apply
Please submit a resume, three references, design samples and a cover letter to email@example.com with the subject line “Web Designer.” The cover letter should be clear and concise and explain the specific reasons for your interest in the position, and specify (with appropriate explanation) which of each of the listed qualifications you possess and which ones you do not possess.
The New York Hotel Trades Council, AFL-CIO, is an equal opportunity employer. All persons regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, religious affiliation and sexual orientation are encouraged to apply.