Email Developer

About thredUP

thredUP is the largest online marketplace for secondhand clothing. We make buying and selling a cinch for millions of women across the globe. The company resells more than 35,000 brands across hundreds of categories at up to 90% off the original retail value. Headquartered in downtown San Francisco and backed by world-class investors, thredUP is reinventing the secondhand clothing industry and inspiring a new generation of consumers to think secondhand first.

About the Role

thredUP is unlike any other e-commerce company.  We have millions of unique items, and our inventory count grows by the thousands each and every day. We are seeking an experienced email developer to join our cross-functional team, and help pioneer our heavily data-driven campaigns. This person will be poised to make an impact at the forefront of responsive email design. You must be comfortable working in close partnership with senior engineers, designers, marketers, and data scientists. Prior experience with ESPs, HTML, CSS, and templating languages is required. 

Own the development and execution of dynamic email campaigns
Work cross-functionally with engineers, marketers, and designers
Play an integral role in driving company initiatives through responsive email design
Educate engineers and marketers about effective email orchestration


4+ years of responsive email development
Passionate about optimizing data-driven emails
Experience with Responsys or ESPs of similar sophistication
Basic comprehension of relational DBs and/or SQL
Proficient in templating languages (FTL, RPL, etc.)
E-commerce experience a plus
CAN-SPAM compliance knowledge a plus 

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