Are you living on Auckland's North Shore? Looking for a role closer to home?
My client, a North Shore based, small dynamic digital/data agency, is looking for an Intermediate Front End Developer. Ideally, this person will have min 4 years experience in Front End and any additional experience in design would be a bonus.
It's busy, and the team are a mixed bag of 'calm and collected' and 'it's GO time'! The candidate would need to be able to keep a clear head under pressure and work well in a small team.
This person is a natural, confident communicator, able to liaise confidently with the Managing Director regularly, be confident and experienced in the digital marketing space and has a go-getter attitude.
This truly is the perfect opportunity for you to step up and take more ownership of your role. Your input will be encouraged and valued across the team, this is truly the perfect opportunity if you’re looking for freedom to explore and utilise new technologies, have input from the beginning to end of each project by working closely with the clients, design and strategy team, and be encouraged to advise on best practices along the way.
If this is of interest to you, please get in touch ASAP.
• 3 years
• Proven Digital or Front End experience
• Understanding of Digital Design
• Experience creating EDMs and HTML5 Banners
• Experience with Adobe Muse
• Write clean and well-documented code
• Website, Microsites and landing pages
• Knowledge of developing cross platform/browser compatibility
• Keep abreast of industry innovations/trends and share amongst the team
• Basic Digital Design skills - e.g. designing EDM's
• Skills with Powerpoint
• Basic Mac Op knowledge
A tertiary degree is preferred
Personality & Culture fit:
• Positive attitude
• High attention to detail
• Works well in a team
Looking to step up?? Apply today!!
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
Hey Fleur, so lovely to see a fellow agency leader be positive on this comments forum. Totally agree, it's always great when the good guys (this includes women) rise to the top. Hope all good with you, Dan
Excellent work. Hard to follow the Rhys Darby stuff, to try and keep some of that feeling but now look like a grown up telco. Nice balance here. 2nd Nature looks like one of those simple, long-term brand thoughts that ...
Great choice FCB. Blair is smart, collaborative and a genuinely great guy.
Boring and superficial, masquerading as insightful. Can we please stop making manifesto ads? It's not 1995 anymore.
And the first client leaves FCB...
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