Junior eDM Developer

  • Auckland

Are you a junior-level developer with an interest in dev for email campaigns? This permanent role may be for you!


We are looking for someone who:
-- May be a recent grad or have some work experience already.
-- Has the ability to code for both website projects and eDMs, and an understanding of the complexities of producing eDMs.
-- Has an excellent level of both written and spoken English.
-- Can start relatively quickly (therefore this role will not suit people currently based overseas).

You'll be working alongside clients, but won't have to hold the client relationships.
You'll be coding on the IBM Watson platform.
This role could grow into a wider development role over time.


Located on the city fringe, this digital company specialises in email marketing automation, has offices around the world, and a solid stable of well-respected clients.


If this sounds like you, send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting job ref #5407SP

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