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.
Here it is: our Digital Technology Permanent Salary Guide for Bristol & Bath – 2018.
As part of ‘Open Doors’ in partnership with Bristol Media during Digital Bristol Week, we are hosting some ADLIB Career Workshops in our office.
This ties in with our overarching and continued mission to enable business growth by creating teams and supporting individuals to achieve their ambitions. Across all of our specialist sectors, we see common challenges within this context, including skill shortages, finding the right talent and the upskilling opportunities available.
We are fortunately in a position to be able to support the next generation of talent by providing them with knowledge and career direction to support their success. ADLIB Career Workshops are one way for us to address this.
On Wednesday 28th November, we are hosting 4 separate, sector specific workshops. Expert consultants from specific recruitment sectors will be offering direction on particular career opportunities and avenues. Attendees will have the room to ask all of the questions they’d like about the sector that takes their interest.
The workshops are designed for entry-level, young people aspiring to a career within the creative, marketing, technology or data industries (post 16- graduate) as well as those who are looking to transfer their skills and obtain some information about one of these career sectors.
Session 1: A Career in Technology
This session is for up to 4 people that are aspiring to a career within Technology. One or a team of tech recruitment consultants will offer advice, CV guidance and will prepare you for the career paths within technology and the highly sought-after skills in this sector.
Session 2: A Career in Creative
This session is for up to 4 people that are aspiring to a career within Creative. One or a team of creative recruitment consultants will offer advice, CV and portfolio guidance and will educate you about the career paths and skills in demand for the creative sector.
Session 3: A Career in Marketing
This session is for up to 4 people that are aspiring to a career within Marketing. One or a team of marketing recruitment consultants will offer career advice, CV guidance and will inform you of the skills required to get in and go far, and how career paths develop within this industry.
Session 4: A Career in Data
This session is for up to 4 people that are aspiring to a career within Data. One or a team of data recruitment consultants will offer career advice, CV guidance and will inform you of the top data skills to enable you to set goals for your career path within this sector.
We’re excited to be a part of the inspirational learning and networking week.