Web Production Developer

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Company Name Infogroup
Location CO
Date Posted September 4, 2013
Category Default
Job Type Full-Time


Yesmail Interactive wants you to say YES to this exciting opportunity. We are seeking a Web Production Developer to join our Portland office. We are also open to NYC and Chicago. In this role you will be responsible for working with internal teams to scope and build highly complex data-driven email templates for new campaigns and new client launches. This position is also responsible for building sophisticated dynamic XHTML/CSS web UIs and for acting as a consultant in application use and coding solutions. This position will also be responsible for content creation, image editing and web optimization.

Primary Responsibilities:

1. Support existing and ongoing direct email campaigns through their life-cycle of building client assets, executing client revisions and supporting quality assurance testing.

2. Work with clients and internal teams to bring existing and ongoing campaigns through their life cycle of building client assets, revisions and launch.

3. Act as subject matter expert in JavaScript, XHTML, CSS and in areas of Yesmail products such as Enterprise versions 6 and version 7 that relate to production messaging as well as how to code messages for proper rending in the major email environments.

4. Is responsible for working with other Yesmail departments to scope and build highly complex data-driven email templates for new campaigns and new client launches.

5. Troubleshoot display, HTML coding, Java Scripting and related encoding issues in email environments reported during the quality assurance and technical support processes as well as providing meaningful feedback on possible causes and fixes.

6. Own each of the steps in the messaging process.

7. Work with internal departments as a team to steward client jobs through their life cycle of assets-delivery, revisions and launch.

8. Document all production steps unique to each client template for whom they act as primary resource.

9. Cross train co-workers, in a manner that ensures transparent production support when client work changes hands within the group.

10. Proactively oversee each job as it moves through the process, inquiring or consulting with other team members when potential issues are seen.

11. Anticipate when hand-offs are due and following up before they become late.

12. Call attention when assets delivered by the client are not adequate for the job and or failure of the client to meet content guidelines, and then following up with clear and concise client facing explanations as to guideline importance and what the client can do to fix the issue as well as correcting the assets when possible.