Junior Web Designer
SOS Online Backup - El Segundo, CA

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SOS Online Backup is seeking a Junior Web Designer to assist in developing, managing, and maintaining its multiple product websites. The ideal candidate will have a strong web 2.0 design sense, working knowledge of Photoshop, Dreamweaver MX, and Flash. The Junior Web Designer will assist the marketing team in creating Flash and JPG banners, HTML4 and HTML5 landing pages, and converting Photoshop artwork to applicable promotional pieces. The candidate must be detail oriented and willing to learn new systems and skills. This position will work directly with the Director of Marketing, Web Designer, and Developers.

Required skills:
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Dreamweaver MX
- Adobe Flash
- CSS3
- HTML4 and exposure to HTML5
- Javascript coding and modification
- eCommerce experience
- Basic understanding of web technology (FTP, Google Analytics, Retargeting, Cookies)
- Ability to convert Photoshop files to fully working web pages

Bonus skills:
- Sense of style and web 2.0 design
- Exposure to working with PHP
- JQuery exposure

This position must work out of our office in El Segundo. This is not a telecommuting position. Flexible hours.

Based in El Segundo, California, SOS builds first-in-class online backup, cloud storage and file-sharing software for homes and small businesses, server and database support for large enterprises as well as branded solutions for managed service providers, resellers and OEMs. SOS is the four-time winner of PC Magazine's Editors' Choice Award and has received noteworthy acclaim from The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and others for its PC, Mac, iOSĀ®, Android and Facebook backup applications.

The position is temporary with the possibility of becoming permanent.

About this company
SOS Online Backup is a single purpose company - our mission is to help consumers, small businesses, and enterprises properly protect the...