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Jr. Front-End Designer / HTML Developer (Marketing Focused)


Please note, this is a Junior Role and is located in La Jolla / UTC

International Software organization is currently seeking a Junior Designer with strong HTML knowledge to help support development team and create pages for marketing campaigns.
This is a permanent, salaried position with great benefits and growth potential.

Front-End Designer / HTML Developer
Company:
International Software organization, is a leading developer and supplier of cutting edge design software that is used by engineers to develop electronics across a broad range of products and industries. Our solutions help customers to drive innovation in product development, bringing their products to market faster, for less cost and with greater intelligence. Our customers include leading US companies such as Texas Instruments, National Semiconductor, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics.
Job
Summary:
Working as part of a broad based in-house team, the Front-end Designer is responsible for html/css coding and development of company's web, newsletter and corporate materials. The role involves working with design team members to create html/css pages based on the final design source and to assist in successfully finishing projects.
Responsibilities:
Creates html/css pages for international marketing campaigns.
Supports development team members to complete html/css and javescript.
Supports web and print design request from other departments.
Completes UI/UX design for company website.
Minimum Requirements:
3 years plus experience in html/css, web design, and print design.
Intermediate knowledge of Javascript and JQuery.
Proven competence in creating and developing design solutions using html edit tool and SCSS/SASS/LESS.
Experience in cross browser, multi device and responsive developing.
Proven skills in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Dreamweaver.
Familiarity with Word and PowerPoint desktop programs.
Knowledge of Marketo is preferable.
Required
Experience:
HTML: 3 years

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