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Email Developer/Designer

Job Title: Email Developer/Designer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Luton, Bedfordshire
Salary: £300 - £345 per annum
Start Date: asap
Duration: 3 Months +
REF: email101017_1507646548
Job Published: 9 days ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a Global FTSE 100 Client to source an Email Developer/Designer for a minimum of a 2 month contract, with a chance of extension (opportunty to go perm also if interested)

You will be responsible for delivering innovative and responsive creative solutions for marketing programs and campaigns. You will provide front line support for market questions, develop and implement creative for all common automated and manual programs within IBM Cloud.

They are looking for someone who can build and integrate the HTML into their ESP (IBM Marketing Cloud). You will take the HTML and make sure the data and dynamic content link up to the template once in IMC (for example; adding in the field merges, relational tables, queries, segmentation and so on).

You will be someone who has worked on dynamic and targeted campaigns from build implementation through to automation and deploymet. The ideal person would have come from a campaign building background, HTML/CSS Coding would be essential.

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