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Email Developer - HTML and CSS

Job Title: Email Developer - HTML and CSS
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £150 - £250 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: 111_1507016773
Contact Name: Danielle Hill
Contact Email:
Job Published: 17 days ago

Job Description


Start date: ASAP

Location: London

Length of Contract: 6 months

Job title: CRM Communications developer (Email Developer)

Programmes used: HTML and CSS

I am looking for a CRM Communications Developer for one of our largest digital clients, to work from their new office in the heart of London. Interviews are being held this week for an immediate start meaning your role as a CRM Communications Developer will be crucial to the business. Your main objectives will be to ensure the successful delivery of CRM campaigns and building and implementing CRM communications such as email mainly through use of HTML and CSS.

The role

  • Campaign and brief management
  • Make sure all benchmarks made for delivery are agreed preproduction
  • Improving my clients email building process by making sure you are always up to date with the latest email building techniques
  • Using HTML to develop CRM Communication builds
  • Assist in the development of new creatives
  • Debugging and testing (HTML emails)


  • HTML and CSS


  • Strong Microsoft office skills
  • Web design and development skills
  • Copy writing experience
  • CSS pre-processors knowledge (SASS specifically)

HTML, CSS, CRM Communications Developer.

Anyone who is interested please call me on 02080177766 or email me at

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