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Web Developer

Web Developer (Digital Marketing)

Location: Medway, Kent

Salary: £35k - £38k (DOE) + Excellent Benefits

Full Time, Permanent, Monday - Friday, 9am - 5.30pm

The Client:

Our client is a reputable estate agency, specialising in residential sales, lettings, land & new home development, and mortgage services.

The Role:

As a Web Developer, you will be working alongside the Senior Developer and Head of Marketing to advance marketing initiatives and refining campaign reporting processes.


? Collaborate on email design and data import strategies.
? Contribute to the enhancement of website CMS and updates to third-party services such as Google Business and Trustpilot
? Play a pivotal role in expanding automated direct marketing efforts.
? Engage in detailed reporting and analytics to monitor and enhance marketing strategies.


? Previously worked as a Web Developer or in a similar role.
? Minimum 2 years' experience with .NET, C#, HTML / CSS / JS (including email design)
? Proficiency in SQL Server, website analytics, and Git
? Exceptional verbal communication skills.
? Knowledge of Google Suite (Ads, Tag Manager, Analytics), PowerQuery for Excel or PowerBI, and SharePoint development (Desirable)
? Must have a valid driving licence and own car.


? Hybrid working options
? Additional leave entitlements
? Engaging company events
? Company pension
? Employee discount schemes
? Life insurance
? Lucrative referral and sick pay programmes

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