Chart of C/2014 E2 as seen from SSO, Southern Hemisphere. (click to embiggen).
You can get an ephemeris from the MPEC, and one line elements suitable for iTelescopes (the one line ephemeris is below).
The comet goes through some interesting territory as it brightens, so should be a very good target.
The current ephemerides give the wrong brightness, being too dim, current reports put the comet between magnitude 11.5 and 13 and it promises to get at as bright as magnitude 8 (or possibley brighter).
Chart of Comet S00692 as seen from SSO, Southern Hemisphere. The large rectangle is the field of view of T12. The small rectangle is the field of view of T9. Northern observers will see it much later in the year. (click to embiggen).
MPEC one line elements
CK14E020 2014 07 02.2038 0.658906 1.000000 344.4226 56.5455 156.4556 11.0 4.0 C/2014 E2 (Jacques)