It’s the time of year we like to say “thank you”. Our growth has only been possible because of you, our client’s and friends’ and candidates’ and partner’s growth journeys – all of you who work relentlessly to do fantastic things. Thank you for being a part of our journey this year.
With ambitious plans in place we headed into 2018, embracing possibly the biggest phase of growth in ADLIB history. We were ready and in a position to scale things up. This included settling into our new office space and increasing our team’s headcount by 30%.
Throughout the year we’ve introduced numerous new team members, recruiters that are breaking new ground across our core sectors, increased our operations and contractor support and added headcount to our marketing team to spread the word far and wide. With a wealth of opportunity out there we’ll be going into 2019 actively seeking several new recruiter roles working across our creative, data, marketing and technology recruitment teams.
Finding the right kind of people, the rare kind of recruitment beasts we are, is no easy task but we like a challenge. We’re ready for it. Bring it on.
“We head into 2019 as we went into 2018, with big plans. We’ve created an infrastructure that will allow us to add to our headcount at pace and in response to the ever developing technology and data sectors, whilst continuing to grow out our creative and marketing offering. We’ve sights on some major decisions that will impact us in 2020, therefore it’s imperative we continue attracting talented and ambitious recruiters that share the ADLIB behaviours. In our eyes there’s never been a better time to get on board and enjoy the good times”
– Nick Dean, MD
On that note, please meet the latest December additions to Team ADLIB:
Myles joined the Tech Recruitment team to bring together talented developers, engineers, dev ops and infrastructure experts for software houses, digital agencies, eCommerce businesses, high growth scale ups and amazing technology first businesses.
Also joining team Tech is Callum, he brings together talented developers, engineers, devops and infrastructure experts with all manner of thriving start-ups, high growth scale ups and amazing technology first businesses.
Joining the Creative Recruitment team is Luke. He joined as a Senior Consultant, connecting UX, UI and Product specialists with client side businesses and agencies across the South of England.
Working closely with Jenni, Esther joined as our Operations & Finance Assistant to make everything run as smooth as clockwork.
More about joining ADLIB this way.
Seasons Greetings everyone!
We know that it’s not always easy to know where to pitch yourself and your ‘Technology Day Rate’ when applying and quoting for work, especially when you’re starting out in your contractor life.
Given we speak to so many technology professionals on a daily basis, we’ve created a rough guide that should help Developers, Testers and DevOps people to figure out the right rate for them.
Here, you can download our Digital Technology Freelance Day Rate Guide for Bristol & Bath – 2018.
Whether you are an employer, an employee, a business considering setting up a Digital Technology resource, function or department, you are growing your team, or are simply reading with interest – we hope you find the information insightful.
Here, we wanted to share some salary insights to the digital technology career path, alongside average digital tech benchmarks for what is typical here in the South West.
Given that we speak with so many technology professionals on a daily basis, we’ve created an informative guide that will help Developers, Testers and DevOps professionals to figure out the right salary guide for them.
Whether you are an employer, an employee or a digital technology business considering opening operations here in the South West or you are simply reading with interest, we hope you find the following insights useful.