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19th Aug

Web Developer

— scope to progress into full development role

Location:
Cirencester
Type:
Salary:
£20K - £30K
  • Award-winning marketing agency with client base across all industries.
  • Excellent scope for progression into full rounded development role.
  • Friendly & dynamic culture, no hierarchy, casual dress. 

An innovative marketing agency in Cirencester is looking for an ambitious Web Developer to work on wide range of award-winning projects. The client base is incredibly diverse with big name brands across retail, finance, public sector and many more. Following a number of big client wins there’s a real need for growth, with plenty to get stuck into from the get go. This is a role that offers plenty of variety and real scope to progress into a fully rounded development role.  

What skills you’ll need

  • Strong HTML and CSS skills.
  • An eye for design & layout with an ability to match design direction with mark-up & styling languages.
  • Good working knowledge of digital languages, software and online tools.
  • Experience of email service providers like Salesforce, Responsys, MailChimp etc. would be a bonus.
  • Good working knowledge of PHP would also be beneficial.

What you’ll be doing

The main purpose of the role is to maintain, strengthen & evolve their growing digital offering. Working closely with creatives across the business you’ll be responsible building dynamic and engaging sites & email campaigns using HTML & CSS. You’ll be working on digital campaigns for some of the biggest clients in the business, so you will need to be a strong multi-tasker with an ability to work across several accounts at one time. There’s real scope for you to grow in this role and establish yourself as a fully rounded developer. You’ll gain exposure to JavaScript and PHP and have ample opportunity to contribute creative ideas.

What you'll get in return for your talents

On top of a generous salary, the company 'are offering 25 days holiday (plus your birthday off!), life cover, a contributory pension scheme, as well as free parking and a discounted gym membership. You’ll be based in the heart of the Cotswolds with a friendly team who go out on regular socials together, enjoy the Friday beer fridge and a breakfast buffet on a Monday. 

What’ s next?

Sound great?  Send in your CV to Ellen now or call in for a chat (01179 269 530).

 

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