As Mission.net continues to grow, we need the help of those of you with experience in programming using PHP or PERL. Our sites also require quite a bit of time spent in the area of System Administration (Linux and NT); including Network Security and Database Maintenance.
The LDS Mission Network is completely run by volunteers. We've provided this service for free and would like to continue to do so. We don't offer much, besides comaraderie, friendship, and a bundle of knowledge. If you are willing to accept these terms, take a look through the following openings, and let us know:
How to volunteer
If you have solid experience for one of the positions listed to the right, fill out this form:
OR, if you are a quick learner with some experience and are willing to learn on your own with little supervision or help, you may also apply (most of us were that way).
What can you do?
We are currently looking for help with:
LDSMN”s Site in a Box (sm) is used by thousands of mission alumni from around the world. SIB is already a high-quality service to our webmasters and alumni, but we have many ideas for further development.
Much of our main mission.net website is written in Perl. We also make use of Perl extensively for administration scripts and more.
We have a few Linux servers that need to be kept up to date and running well for the world to use. If you are very capable in this area, we may want your help.
We appreciate people who can really do a good job and make our sites look pretty.