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The Drum daily jobs round-up: Shopzilla, Arts Marketing Association, Midland Valley, Visa Europe, The Little Black Book Agency

By Angela Haggerty, Reporter

April 29, 2013 | 3 min read

Today's job round-up brings opportunities for front end developers, marketing and design coordinators, marketing managers, UX designers and e-commerce managers.

Jobs: Shopzilla is looking for a front end developer

Shopzilla has a position available for a front end developer with excellent HTML, CSS and Javascript skills in London. Responsibilities include working with large-scale web systems, dealing with data sets and handling tens of thousands of transactions per second. Applicants should have previous experience in a similar role and demonstrable ability in building optimised websites.

A marketing and design coordinator job is available with the Arts Marketing Association in Cambridge for a salary of £16,000-£23,000. The organisation is looking for an individual with enthusiasm for marketing, an eye for design and experience using design software. The role is an excellent opportunity to develop marketing, design, digital and arts administration skills. The closing date for application is 7 May.

Midland Valley is seeking a marketing manager/head of geoscience marketing for a position in west-central Scotland. The company provides structural geology software and consulting services to the upstream oil, gas and mineral industries and is looking for a creative and energetic marketing manager to promote products and services to the global market. Applicants should have a first degree in geology or a general marketing qualification and the role will involve international travel.

Visa Europe has a role available for a UX designer based in London. The successful candidate will provide self-service portal consumer experience, UI design expertise and call centre software UI design expertise, alongside providing UI structures and layouts for call centre and consumer sites. Applicants should have good experience of developing consumer-facing UIs and skills in CSS, HTML5, SEO and Flash.

The Little Black Book Agency is looking for an e-commerce manager for "one of the country's most successful providers of retail products" based in Manchester. Applicants should have previous experience in e-commerce and online marketing and will be will be responsible for analysing and reporting campaign and site performance. The closing date for applications is 10 May and the role comes with a salary of £35,000-£45,000.

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