Junior Designer - CRM
- Junior Designer - CRM
- £22k - £25k
- Posted05 October 2016
- ConsultantKate Gabb
- SectorDesign and Creative
- Contract TypePermanent
- PositionJunior Designer - CRM
- Salary£22,000 - £25,000 per annum
Junior Digital Designer
Source are currently working with a high-end ecommerce platform who are the leaders in what they do and they are looking for a Junior Designer to join their team!
In essence, they stock products from 300 independent boutiques around the world, they are a global platform and have offices in London, New York, LA, Porto, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Guimaraes and looking to expand. A digital ecommerce platform that create really clean slick digital solutions.
-Supporting E-mail Co-ordinator on CRM marketing activities including e-mails, life cycle and re-engagement programmes.
-Design new/edit existing assets for the emails including background images, banners, new templates, imagery and copy
-The role focuses on email production and design, including quality control testing.
-Design new/edit existing assets for the emails including background images, banners, new templates, imagery and copy.
-Experience working on email marketing campaigns in a production capacity.
-Knowledge of HTML and CSS would be preferable.
-Experience working within a commercial environment within a busy team.
-Interest within fashion and luxury brands.
This is a super time to join the industry leaders within ecommerce. If you think your skills and experience match up, please do get in touch with your CV and portfolio - or potentially earn yourself £250 if you refer someone!
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