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3512 jobs found
  • 30th Jul

    Full-Stack Software Engineer

    — Next-generation robotics

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60000 - £90000
    Full-Stack Software Engineer – React / Python Work on real-life products at the forefront of the next generation of robotics Leaders in SLAM, Computer Vision, and Spatial AI Crucial full-stack developer role An exciting and unique, central London based AI, Robotics & SLAM start-up who are pioneering breakthrough solutions for the Robotics space is currently recruiting for a Full-Stack Engineer join their team. They have recently secured extensive funding from top VC’s to consolidate and expand their customer base and are looking for an exceptional person to join the team. You’ll have the opportunity to work at the forefront of SLAM and Spatial AI working on real-life projects bringing the next generation of robots & smart devices using state-of-the-art Computer Vision, sensor fusion, and machine learning. What skills you’ll need Knowledge of best software development practices React.js & Typescript experience Knowledge of Django Databases – PostgreSQL AWS/Heroku What you’ll be doing Extending & maintaining their customer portal and infrastructure Focusing more on the front-end but need strong knowledge of back-end Developing & maintains their infrastructure – IoT, Analytics & telemetry Developing tools to help analyse customer data through the portal And more! What you’ll get in return for your experience An opportunity to work at the forefront of next-generation robotics A competitive salary + equity Learning budget Relocation costs covered Flexible working (fully remote for the next couple of months at least) What’s next? Please apply with the latest copy of your CV and provide the best number to call you on. If you think you are a great fit for the role then please email me on jake@adlib-recruitment.co.uk. ADLIB is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
  • 30th Jul

    Junior PHP Developer

    — innovative SaaS platform

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £25K - £30K
    Supportive yet autonomous working environment? Exciting project pipeline. Fun team, excellent training, remote working. A Bath based SaaS business with a global client base is looking for a PHP Developer to join them and work on their innovative cloud-based marketing platform. The business is very culture-driven and already have a fantastic team in place. They’re looking for someone who isn’t afraid to bring fresh ideas to the table and enthusiasm for the role. With an excellent training budget there’s real scope for progression here, making it a great place for a developer with a few years’ experience to succeed.   What skills you’ll need Proven experience developing with PHP. Experience of UI/UX is highly desirable. Front-End capability using HTML, CSS, JavaScript/JQuery would be a bonus. Good working knowledge of LESS, Sass, Bootstrap. Experience of GIT. An ability to maintain clear documentation. What you’ll be doing As a PHP Developer your main focus will be to support the development of the business’ cloud-based platform. Your day-to-day will include maintaining the core product software, developing new functionality where necessary. Working closely with the Senior Developers, Project teams and Support you’ll need to be able to communicate with the wider business effectively, explaining tech to non-tech. You’ll be able to work well in an autonomous environment with good documentation skills. The team in place already are great – they’re great fun and love exploring new tech. You’ll be encouraged to contribute to all aspects of the project. What you’ll get in return You’ll receive a competitive salary (£25K-30K), remote working, flexible hours, pension scheme, excellent training and scope for progression. Further, you’ll be joining a friendly & tight-knit team in an autonomous environment where you’ll be encouraged to explore & implement new ideas. What’s next? Like the sound of this one? Send your CV to Ellen (ellen@adlib-recruitment.co.uk) now or call 01179 269 530 for immediate consideration.
  • 30th Jul

    Digital Account Manager/ Digital Producer

    — eCommerce Clients

    Location:
    Bath/ Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £35k
    Successful specialist digital agency to call home. Brand new retail/ eCommerce clients to work with. Role is remote - the HQ is Bath. This is a great chance to join a multi-ward winning digital agency in Bath, who work with some excellent retail clients and well-known brands. What youll be doing You will be joining one of the South Wests top independent agencies in an exciting time of expansion. Due to the nature of the websites and products they develop you will need to be a Digital Account Manager with a decent understanding and strong interest in technology. Naturally you will be a great communicator with the ability to grasp the nitty gritty details of briefs, ensuring clients needs are passed effectively to the development team. With your proactive mind-set, youll use data and insights to foresee problems before they arise, coupled with your solutions orientated approach, ensuring everything runs smoothly and clients are happy. This is a fast paced, plate spinning role for a Customer Success Manager, with an impressive client list and beautiful, functional platforms. What experience youll need  You will ideally be an Account Manager or Customer Success Manager, Digita Producer or Diigtal Project Manager from a digital agency or software house; either way youll have a strong understanding of complex design and build proceeses such as UX, project management frameworks, user testing/ research and product development. If you have worked with clients within the retail/ eCommerce space that would be amazing but this is by no means essential. Although you will have the support of your client service team its important that you are proactive and can think on your feet with the confidence to push back on briefs when necessary. Proven experience of Content Management Systems (CMS), Google Analytics are also a plus as you will need to interpret technical requests. What youll get in return for your talents A salary of up to £35k is on offer along with the opportunity to work remotely. This is a fast growing, successful agency with a roster of impressive clients you can be proud to work with.  Whats next? If you fit the above criteria then get in touch today!
  • 29th Jul

    Senior Engineer (JVM)

    — Learn Scala / Clojure / Kotlin

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60K - £70K
    Uncapped holiday, constant transparency & open source contributions.  Dedicated weekly afternoons for company-wide learning.  Pioneering project base making a difference to citizens across the country. A public sector software delivery specialist recently established themselves in Bristol and are looking for a Senior Engineer with Java/JVM experience and an interest in picking up functional programming. They’re fully remote for the time being but have an awesome delivery hub in the heart of Bristol which is driven by a culture of mentoring and support with dedicated afternoons set aside for research & development. Outcome-based delivery is a big focus for the business; they pride themselves on ensuring that all technology deployed meets the goals & expectations of their customer base. They’re supporting a pioneering programme of work which will have a positive impact on the lives of UK citizens everywhere.   What skills you’ll need Fluency in Java/JVM with a desire to pick up functional programming.   Proven experience in technical/people leadership with a background in mentoring other Engineers and working to architecture & consultant level.  Understanding of DevOps/IaC (e.g. Ansible, Chef, Puppet, Docker, Terraform, Kubernetes). Experience with API development, microservice architecture & databases. Comfortable with TDD/BDD approach. Ability to work Agile/Scrum with regular sprints.  Awareness of paired programming techniques.  What you’ll be doing Joining a talented & growing delivery team, you will act as a technical & thought leader for other engineers internally, advocating for functional techniques as well as providing versatile insight & expertise across a range of paradigms. The majority of the project base sits across the public sector, a lot of pioneering projects which could involve you in anything from monoliths to microservices, constantly advocating technical excellence and adapting between engineering, architecture, technical direction and consultancy depending on the scenario. The business has built an unrivalled support structure which you will contribute to, along with regular client-facing aspects which comes back to the consultative nature of the role.  What you’ll get in return for your experience Where to start? They offer uncapped holiday (yes, you read that right), an open source handbook on Github which you’ll be able to contribute to regularly, as well as flexible working hours for those who need it. They offer a culture of learning; they dedicate one afternoon a week purely to research & development to allow their Engineers to upskill in any areas they feel need some attention, plus funding any techie courses/conferences that would be useful for you to go to. You can expect to be sent on annual holidays with the team, regular lunches & socials and will even pay for you to go away on your 3rd working anniversary! They’re very active in the tech community too, speak regularly at meetups, write blog posts and run their own events.  What's next? Sound like the role for you? Send your profile to Joe or give us a call to find out more!
  • 29th Jul

    Lead Engineer

    — JVM/Scala/Clojure/Kotlin

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £600 p/day
    Remote Working/Bristol. Up to £600 p/day. Java Virtual Machine/Scala Clojure. 3 - Month initial contract opportunity, for a Lead Engineer to work for an exciting tech consultancy using JVM, Scala, Clojure & Kotlin.  What you'll be doing Working for an expanding, specialist tech company, based between your home office & their Bristol office depending on lockdown restrictions/personal preference. What experience you'll need to apply for this role Java Virtual Machine (JVM) (Expert). Scala (Advanced). Clojure (Advanced). Kotlin (Desirable). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £600 p/day, however, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. What's next? Please apply with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 29th Jul

    Data Engineer (Remote)

    — Azure, Scala, Databricks

    Location:
    Gloucestershire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £500 p/day
    Remote working. Up to £500 p/day. Azure, Scala, Databricks. 1-month rolling contract opportunity for a Data Engineer with Azure, SSMS and Databricks experience. What you'll be doing Significant ETL work in Azure and SQL Server. What you'll need to apply Azure (3 years min)  Databricks, Data Factory, Azure Storage, Azure Automation SQL Server (3 years min) Scala (Python considered), Powershell Postman, Restful API What's next Please apply with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 29th Jul

    NLP Engineer

    — Global consultancy

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40000 - £45000
    Exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and busy team.  Outstanding team culture, progression and development opportunities. Modern offices, central location, close to public transport links. A well-reputed global consultancy are looking for a NLP Engineer to join them as they look to grow their in-house development function. This role sits in an important team that guides their stakeholders through mergers and acquisitions using data insight and analysis.  What you’ll be doing You’ll primarily assist with the development of tools for this client’s platform that leverages information from a wide range of sources. This data is used to improve the value and efficiency of the services they provide. The majority of the projects you’ll be working on will be new which allows for a great deal of freedom when developing these solutions without legacy practices.  What skills you’ll need Hands on experience with Python is key here. Some C# experience across a variety of web & software apps, with a good level of API development would be a real bonus. Solid experience with SQL Server for query writing, table design & stored procedures.  An interest in NLP including web scraping, sentiment analysis, chatbots etc.   What you’ll get in return for your talents This business is recognised as one of the best places to work in the UK and are committed to enhancing the firm’s social impact by creating a more inclusive and diverse society. You can expect a stimulating work environment working alongside some of the brightest people in their industries. You’ll be rewarded with a competitive salary, discretionary bonus, 12% pension contribution and unmatched career progression with a global leader in its field. This role can be completed remotely with some infrequent travel to either the London or Bristol office a necessity.  What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Adam with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.  
  • 29th Jul

    NLP Engineer

    — Global consultancy

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40000 - £45000
    Exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and busy team.  Outstanding team culture, progression and development opportunities. Modern offices, central location, close to public transport links. A well-reputed global consultancy are looking for a NLP Engineer to join them as they look to grow their in-house development function. This role sits in an important team that guides their stakeholders through mergers and acquisitions using data insight and analysis.  What you’ll be doing You’ll primarily assist with the development of tools for this client’s platform that leverages information from a wide range of sources. This data is used to improve the value and efficiency of the services they provide. The majority of the projects you’ll be working on will be new which allows for a great deal of freedom when developing these solutions without legacy practices.  What skills you’ll need Hands on experience with Python is key here. Some C# experience across a variety of web & software apps, with a good level of API development would be a real bonus. Solid experience with SQL Server for query writing, table design & stored procedures.  An interest in NLP including web scraping, sentiment analysis, chatbots etc.   What you’ll get in return for your talents This business is recognised as one of the best places to work in the UK and are committed to enhancing the firm’s social impact by creating a more inclusive and diverse society. You can expect a stimulating work environment working alongside some of the brightest people in their industries. You’ll be rewarded with a competitive salary, discretionary bonus, 12% pension contribution and unmatched career progression with a global leader in its field. This role can be completed remotely with some infrequent travel to either the London or Bristol office a necessity.  What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Adam with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.  
  • 29th Jul

    NLP Engineer

    — Global consultancy

    Location:
    Cambridge
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40000 - £45000
    Exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and busy team.  Outstanding team culture, progression and development opportunities. Modern offices, central location, close to public transport links. A well-reputed global consultancy are looking for a NLP Engineer to join them as they look to grow their in-house development function. This role sits in an important team that guides their stakeholders through mergers and acquisitions using data insight and analysis.  What you’ll be doing You’ll primarily assist with the development of tools for this client’s platform that leverages information from a wide range of sources. This data is used to improve the value and efficiency of the services they provide. The majority of the projects you’ll be working on will be new which allows for a great deal of freedom when developing these solutions without legacy practices.  What skills you’ll need Hands on experience with Python is key here. Some C# experience across a variety of web & software apps, with a good level of API development would be a real bonus. Solid experience with SQL Server for query writing, table design & stored procedures.  An interest in NLP including web scraping, sentiment analysis, chatbots etc.   What you’ll get in return for your talents This business is recognised as one of the best places to work in the UK and are committed to enhancing the firm’s social impact by creating a more inclusive and diverse society. You can expect a stimulating work environment working alongside some of the brightest people in their industries. You’ll be rewarded with a competitive salary, discretionary bonus, 12% pension contribution and unmatched career progression with a global leader in its field. This role can be completed remotely with some infrequent travel to either the London or Bristol office a necessity.  What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Adam with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.  
  • 29th Jul

    UX/UI Designer

    — Purpose Driven Product Team

    Location:
    Exeter
    Type:
    Salary:
    DOE
    Create innovative tools for the education sector. Join a truly purpose driven team. Enjoy a culture centred around health and wellbeing with great benefits including private medical, generous holiday and a competitive salary. We’re looking for a UX/UI Designer to join a socially focussed software team in Exeter. What you’ll be doing You’ll be joining a purpose driven team to design tools that re-imagine traditional education and make learning accessible, rewarding and effective. The world of education and learning is going through momentous change and this team are forging the way. As a UX/UI Designer you will support with a range of design related activities from discovery to delivery. The design team is reasonably small and so generalist skillsets are favoured over anyone too specialised. You can expect to design, plan and conduct user research sessions and test your designs and prototypes in usability sessions. You’ll work as part of agile, cross functional teams and collaborate closely with developers, providing polished UI’s for coding. Reporting into the head of UX and working alongside fellow designers you’ll also work with a wide range of other skilled specialists in content, marketing and product. What experience you’ll need to apply A portfolio full of digital design work including web and apps. Be able to evidence a user centred design approach in your past work. Strong sense of visual style in line with contemporary UI design trends. Comfortable working in agile, cross functional teams. An understanding of product and product delivery processes and practices. An astute communicator, able to work in harmony with product, content and marketing specialists. Data led in your approach, whether using qualitative or quantitative insight. An expert user of the Adobe Creative Suite and modern design tools such as Sketch, Omnigraffle, InVision and Axure. What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll join a purpose driven team that’s changing the face of education and learning. You’ll build products that have a positive impact on the world and come at a time when they’re needed most. Right now the team is working remotely but when in the office you’ll enjoy a fantastic space and work for a business that places health and wellbeing top of the agenda. You’ll enjoy private medical and dental cover, a great holiday allowance, a competitive salary and a rewarding culture. What’s next To be considered you’ll need to apply with an up to date portfolio showcasing UI designs for web or app that showcases a user centred design practice.
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