Email Marketing Jobs

Graduate Junior Designer Job at e-Dialog London – April 2010

e-Dialog’s Creative Design Team in London is currently looking for new Junior Designers – our team is hard working but fun to be on, you’ll work on a kick ass client list, get tons of experience working on email, web and digital projects and have as much tea/fruit/chocolate as you want*. We’ll train you on email specific HTML, but you must have a good grasp of handcoding and Dreamweaver. Job Spec is below, if you’re interested get in touch!

We’re also open to Mid, Senior and Freelance designers, if that’s more you then drop us a line- .

About the Junior Designer Role

e-Dialog is the leading digital marketing agency in the world. Our UK office is based in Central London working with big brand names such as British Airways, Hewlett Packard, Dell, Skype and Boots.

We are looking for a junior designer to join our growing creative team, who produce and programme cutting-edge designs for our world-renowned email marketing campaigns. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and passionate about design and the challenge of creating new concepts every day.

You are likely to be a recent (or very new) graduate with a creative degree under your belt, who understands the importance of design, is proficient using HTML, and has an understanding of what makes an effective online communication look great. You’ll be able to work to deadlines, learn new skills quickly, and possess the ability to proactively solve problems and troubleshoot.

Essential Requirements:

(please only apply if you can demonstrate these skills)

  • A degree in multimedia, web or graphic design, or similar
  • Strong HTML/CSS design skills
  • Ability to design, develop and implement a variety of HTML e-mail and web-based marketing deliverables
  • A good understand of design fundamentals, such as type, colour, layout and imagery creation/optimisation
  • An understanding of and ability in animation, illustration, presentation, and publishing applications (DreamWeaver, Photoshop, ImageReady, Illustrator, Acrobat, Powerpoint, InDesign, etc.)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Desirable Requirements:

  • An understanding of browser/email client compatibility issues
  • Familiarity with backend authoring tools, including data-base driven content management systems
  • Some familiarity with formatting HTML for email campaigns

If you’re interested in this position then get in touch with your CV and a covering letter – send an email to .

We’re also potentially looking for Mid & Senior weight designers too – if you’re interested give us a shout.

About e-Dialog

Established in 1997, e-Dialog is a proven provider of intelligent e-mail marketing solutions. Through a unique combination of strategic services and relevance enabling technologies, e-Dialog empowers marketers to take meaningful action on their data in order to deliver contextually targeted communications to customers. Some of the world’s most recognized brands, including AirTran Airways, Avis, Boots, BMG Music Service, British Airways, CBS, CVS/pharmacy, Nintendo, the NFL, Reuters, the Royal Bank of Scotland group of companies, and The TJX Companies, have partnered with e-Dialog to enhance their permission-based e-mail marketing efforts and maximize long-term customer value.

* there’s sometimes a bit of a scrum for the chocolate so we’re not strictly guaranteeing as much as you want.

Week in Email: e-Dialog jobs, Outlook 2010, email for iPhone + more

Time for a quick round-up of email marketing blog posts this week:

e-Dialog International, based in Central London, is hiring! view the full list of email marketing jobs.

Staying with e-Dailog, Liz Lynch posted a case study of how Home Depot used email to assist those affected in the recent storms in North East America – read it here.

Style Campaign looked at design for mobile, particularly the iphone – stage 1 results and recommendations here. They also posted some examples of javascript in email, including Google’s Enhanced Email and Certified Commerce – read it here.

David Greiner at Campaign Monitor posted an update on the upcoming release of Outlook 2010. The bad news is nothing’s changed, but the good news is nothing’s changed – find out more.

Pivotal Veracity’s Len Shneyder looked at the effect of directory structure of html image paths on spam scores – interesting report here.

If you’ve got any hot tips for this week, or want a heads up on interesting things as we find them, connect with @iamelliot on Twitter.

Email Marketing Jobs: e-Dialog International (London Office) is Hiring!

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About e-Dialog

Established in 1997, e-Dialog is a proven provider of intelligent e-mail marketing solutions. Through a unique combination of strategic services and relevance enabling technologies, e-Dialog empowers marketers to take meaningful action on their data in order to deliver contextually targeted communications to customers. Some of the world’s most recognized brands, including AirTran Airways, Avis, Boots, BMG Music Service, British Airways, CBS, CVS/pharmacy, Nintendo, the NFL, Reuters, the Royal Bank of Scotland group of companies, and The TJX Companies, have partnered with e-Dialog to enhance their permission-based e-mail marketing efforts and maximize long-term customer value.

That’s very corporate… what you need to know is we’re hard working but have fun, do lots of cool stuff for some of the biggest and best clients in the world, and the HR department bring chocolate and beers around on Fridays. Our office is in central London on Tottenham Court Road.

We’re currently looking for a number of staff in our London office:

(Updated June 7th)

  • Account Manager
  • Marketing executive
  • Creative Designer
  • Junior Designer
  • Programme Manager
  • Analyst
  • Campaign Manager
  • Campaign Associate (Account Executive)
  • Junior Campaign Associate
  • Software Tester
  • Quality Assurance (QA)
  • Project Manager
  • Campaign Developer
  • BSA (Business Systems Analyst)

If you’re interested in any of these positions* then get in touch with your CV – send an email to stating which role(s) you’re interested in.

*or any others – we’ll keep your details on file