RAPP Dallas is looking for a Front-End Developer to join our award-winning Technology team.

ABOUT RAPP

Our purpose

We are the agency absolutely, utterly, fiercely focused on the individual. We use our data, technology and creative smarts to make meaningful, connections with every single person a brand knows.

As a guiding ethos, RAPP stands up for Individuality. So much so, that it's in our agency value proposition. We're committed to racial justice, equality and equity, representation, and unbiased opportunity – because we know that embracing diversity in all its facets helps us create our best work. Harnessing the experiences of all our Fiercely Individual people, and the differences among us, is the surest way to positively impact our business and network culture.

We encourage people of all races, ethnicities, backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities, life stages and abilities to apply. RAPP is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone to our team. If you need reasonable adjustments at any point in the application or interview process –or after you’ve joined us – please let us know.

Our family

We are part of the DAS group, which is in turn a part of Omincom. This group also includes DDB, BBDO, OMD, PHD and other well-known acronyms.

Our home

Our dog friendly office is a hop, skip and jump from DFW Airport and a quick Uber to all the sights, sounds, BBQ and tacos of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

Our clients

From opening a checking account to buying a sweet new ride, we provide smart solutions for companies like PNC Bank, Toyota, Exxon, and more.

ABOUT YOU

You have 2-3 years of programming experience including email specific development experience (perhaps knowledge of MJML). Additionally, a Bachelor's degree in CS (or related) is preferred. You should also have strong knowledge of HTML, CSS and Javascript.

You should have strong experience using digital marketing platforms like Salesforce Marketing Cloud. You also have experience with JS frameworks such as React or Angular and you are fluent with GIT version control. You also have experience working with Content Management Systems and with QA tools like Litmus or Email on Acid. Lastly, you have advanced capabilities using ESP scripting languages such as Ampscript, GTL, Serverside JS.

In your career, you have worked with email and will be joining our team that builds digital solutions to support all aspects of external client and in-house marketing initiatives. This will include everything from emails, display, landing pages, complex analytics dashboards and mobile applications. 

What else? Maybe you're a movie aficionado. Or maybe you have an impressively large vinyl collection? We’d love to know what makes you, you.

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