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Front End Developer, Client Solutions

Movable Ink - Sydney, NSW

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Movable Ink is a software company that provides marketers with technology and expert services to create unique customer experiences. Founded in 2010, Movable Ink pioneered contextual experiences in email and has powered over 1.5 trillion content impressions worldwide. More than 700 of the world’s most innovative brands rely on Movable Ink to create unique, relevant, and compelling visual experiences across email and web at the moment of engagement.

As a Front End Developer, you will work with some of the world’s best known brands, using Movable Ink’s Visual Experience Platform to power their marketing programs across email, web, mobile and display channels. You’ll use your expertise in Javascript, HTML and CSS to supercharge the Client Solutions team and ensure all projects meet best practices

Responsibilities

  • Work with Client Experience Managers to scope customer projects and translate them into technical requirements
  • Work independently to customize, implement, and test client-specific Apps for the Movable Ink platform
  • Build apps and projects which our clients use on a regular basis to drive meaningful business results

Qualifications

  • 2+ years of experience writing client-side technologies (JavaScript, CSS, HTML)
  • Experience with automated testing tools such as Jest, Karma, etc
  • Experience building interfaces that match design specs and providing feedback on potential improvements
  • Experience consuming REST APIs and other web services
  • Knowledge of current best-practices, tools, and technologies for implementing web experiences
  • UX and design sensibilities
  • Proficient with TypeScript

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