HTML5 Developer

  • Auckland - Ellerslie

Are you keen to be part of something new and exciting? Get in at the ground floor with this international creative production agency setting up their Auckland operation. They have big plans for the future. Their specialty is retail and the new team will service one of NZ’s largest brands.

They’re looking for a passionate committed team of ‘do-ers’ who can help them create an awesome culture. Their aim is to be “one of the most sought-after places to work”. Investment has been made in the latest technology and systems will be high tech and state of the art.

Required for the new studio is a strong HMTL5 developer. Experience on retail clients would be an advantage of course.

We are looking to get this role filled before Christmas so if you’re available immediately that is ideal. If you have the skillset to make the technical design, build and implementation of a digital project run like clockwork, this is the job for you.

As well as a solid competency in the Adobe Suite, you’ll have:

• Coding experience for Rich Media / Expandable / Interactive / Display media and Responsive Design

• HTML 5 / CSS / J Query / Java Script / SEO / Display and Core Ad-Serving Platforms (sizmek, google double click , flash talking etc)

• Animations and back-end languages experience, such as PHP would be an advantage

• Minimum 3 years relevant experience

Candidates will need to be experienced and resilient, and keen to put in the hard yards. You’ll need a ‘can-do’ attitude, always delivering exceptional work to your highly responsive retail client. There will no doubt be teething problems along the way, but you’ll be an integral part of the team setting up something great.

Please send your up to date CV to annie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz with the reference P3230 HTML5 Developer. You must have an appropriate work Visa for NZ and be eligible to work in a full time permanent position.

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