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As a Database Developer, you’ll be a technical problem-solver and will take responsibility for new and existing databases. This will involve carrying out tests to develop them from their initial planning stages and gathering data to ensure that the database functions to its optimum potential.

Why consider a career as a Database Developer?
The role is typically varied, self-motivated and analytical, so would really suit organisational communicators. Evolving your career as a Database Developer will enable you to understand a broad range of coding skills.

What a Database Developer career or job may entail...
In regards to the working environment, you could be part of an agency team or work in-house, directly for one company.

Specifically, as a SQL Database Developer, you could be part of a data communications team, using strong MS SQL Server 2008 skills including: T-SQL, SSAS, SSIS, MS Excel, database administration/backup, replication etc, Scripting (T-SQL, Powershell, VBScript, JScript, C#), integrating various paid/open data sources via real-time API or batch feed, XML technologies including document creation and querying using XPath, writing and using XSL transformations and creating/implementing XML Schemas. 

Your core duties may include providing secure, robust and optimised data systems to the agency by way of using your expert database development skills. You’ll be monitoring and maintaining scheduled back-end processes, ensuring robust output is supplied within agreed timescales. Other duties include systems modelling and integration, optimisation, introducing and maintaining robust DBA processes with expert DB development and testing.

Typical role titles include
Database Programmer
Database Developer
Database Specialist
Database Designer
SQL DBA
Oracle DBA
Oracle Developer
SQL Database Developer

Career progression example
Database Manager
Database Analyst
Lead Database Developer

Salary Benchmarks
At an entry level, junior/graduate Database Developer professionals on average will be earning between £18K-£28K. At the mid-level you’d be looking to earn £28K-£45K and seniors would be looking to earn £45K+.

Is it right for me? The skills it takes...
 
MS SQL Server 2008 | T-SQ | SSAS | SSIS | MS Excel | Database administration/backup, replication etc. | Scripting (T-SQL, Powershell, VBScript, JScript, C#) | Integrating various paid/open data sources via real-time API or batch feed | XML technologies including document creation and querying using XPath, writing and using XSL transformations and creating/implementing XML Schemas | RMAN | DataGuard | PL/SQL | Oracle RDBMS | Oracle E-Business.

What qualifications does it take?
It is essential to contain knowledge of industry software. There are some nationally recognised qualifications that can be obtained to put yourself in the best position and to make yourself most desirable as a candidate.

 

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  • 20th Sep

    Software Engineer

    — Become an experienced software engineer

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £25K - £45K
    Popular and growing technology company. Flexible working hours, strong emphasis on appraisals. Work with the latest .NET versions, become an experienced engineer. A technology company who build some extremely interesting products used by scientists and engineers from a range of industries and organizations around the world are looking to expand their leading software engineering team in Bristol (currently 27 with around 70 across different offices). As part of this expansion they’re looking to hire 3 new hungry engineers who are either just starting their careers or have a couple of years experience and looking to take it to the next level. What experience you’ll need You will have worked with programming languages – ideally C#, Java, Python Ruby or C++. Ideally you will have a couple of years commercial experience or just graduated with a relevant degree. Eager to learn desktop programming and work with the latest .NET versions. An awareness of agile working, any experience would be great. You’ll have the ability to pick up technology quickly. It’s important you are passionate about IT/Engineering and the problems faced. Great communication skills. Result driven, you will be interested in self-development and learning from others. What you’ll be doing Working within the software team you will design well-structured and documented software applications using agile methods to ensure the design follows laid down codes of practice, software procedures and project life cycle methodologies. You’ll want to be driven in this team, learn from others, learn from your mistakes but carry the right attitude along the way. It’ll be expected you communicate well within your team being part of sprint planning and sprint reviews – if you haven’t been involved in this before then no worries you can start now. Working closely with lead engineers and testers you’ll fix problems, create new and exciting solutions quickly and efficiently. Every day you will look to be part of the drive within this companies innovation so enthusiasm and passion on a daily basis will go a long way and some good engineering might help you also.    What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as getting paid a market salary for a Junior-Mid Level Software Engineer you will be entitled to 23 days holiday (increasing to 25 with service), flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday (37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity to do a bit of home working, healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution, company subsidized membership of local health clubs. You will be eligible to participate in the company profit share scheme, cycle to work scheme, share incentive plan, free car parking and employee development. If you are currently programming in other languages and eager to learn Microsoft technologies then you will have the opportunity to cross train your skills.   What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 20th Sep

    Lead Software Engineer (C#)

    — World leading scientific technology

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K - £65K
    World leading products used by millions. Flexible hours with a bit of remote working. Cross-train into other object-oriented languages. A technology company who build some extremely interesting products used by scientists and engineers from a range of industries and organizations around the world are looking to build a brand new software engineering team in Bristol (currently 27 with around 70 across different offices) by adding 6 new engineers. It’s a great opportunity for anyone looking to improve their programming skills within a growing and ambitious team, and as part of that they are looking for a Lead Software Engineer.  What experience you’ll need You’ll be a very capable engineer ideally in C#. Any experience object orientated languages i.e. Java, Python or Ruby would work as long as you’re willing to cross train. Either a history with windows desktop programming or an interest in it. C++ experience would be beneficial. Agile experience including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD. TFS knowledge would be beneficial. Ability to pick up new languages. If you’ve work with .NET 4.6 then great, 4.7 even better. Any experience building a team is desirable. Good communication skills. Ability to communicate well with your team in on-site and remote. Result driven, you will be interested in self-development. What you’ll be doing Working within the software team you will design well-structured and documented software applications using agile methods to ensure the design follows laid down codes of practice, software procedures and project life cycle methodologies following TickIT Plus standards. It’ll be expected you communicate well within your team being part of sprint planning, sprint reviews, retrospectives etc. and to guide more junior developers whilst you do this. You will take on the role of team leader and provide guidance and design direction as appropriate depending on the size of the project whilst solving product problems with wider engineering teams. You’ll also acquire, maintain and disseminate knowledge of a new software innovations and their potential application. It’s important you establish strong relationships internally and externally to benefit your role to its full potential. What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as getting paid a market salary for a Senior Software Engineer at this level you will be entitled to 23 days holiday (increasing to 25 with service), flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday (37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity to do a bit of home working, healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution, company subsidized membership of local health clubs. You will be eligible to participate in the company profit share scheme, cycle to work scheme, share incentive plan, free car parking and employee development. If you are currently programming in other languages and eager to learn Microsoft technologies then you will have the opportunity to cross train your skills.   What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 19th Sep

    Full Stack Developer

    — hugely exciting Bristol start-up

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £20K - £30K
    Amazing social environment with a great team.  Active role in development of the company, encouraged to contribute ideas on new tech/best practices. Ambitious company growth plans - it's a great time to join the journey! An exciting Bristol based start-up is looking for a Full-Stack Developer to join the growing team at their new offices. Historically the team has worked remotely but now having their own space, they are looking to bring everything in-house.  The team has already grown from one to five over the last few months, but with their websites seeing over 2 million users each month, there is still demand for a Full Stack Developer to join them. There’s a real emphasis on collaboration in the office and you’ll be actively encouraged to share idea’s & technical insight, whether this leads to changes to the tech stack or best practises, your opinion will be valued equally to that of longer standing members. What experience you'll need Your primary skill set will be based around HTML, CSS, PHP and JavaScript. Familiarity with SQL, WordPress CMS, API’s & source control would be beneficial. Knowledge of JavaScript libraries such as React or Angular would be a bonus. Ability to work to tight deadlines with strong written & oral communication skills is important in this role. Awareness of Agile/SCRUM methodologies A keen interest in sports and/or betting would be advantageous but by no means essential. What you'll be doing You'll be joining the new in-house development team and will play a key role in the continued success of their two core websites. You will assist with coding, testing & deployment as well as lending your technical expertise to suggesting new tech or best practices where appropriate. Initially, you’ll be working on improving the existing WordPress-based websites with the view to go on to develop new, sports themed websites. The office is new and the team is currently small so your ideas on the use of new/emerging tech, process improvements and problem solving will be highly appreciated and encouraged. Collaboration is at the heart of what they do therefore it is important for them that all developers are keen to contribute their knowledge & play an active role in the development of the company. They’re a social bunch who like to get together outside of work too so any ideas for socials are also strongly welcomed!   What you'll get in return for your talents Ultimately the main draw of this role will be joining a new, exciting business at the perfect time to make a big impact. You'll be offered generous holiday allowance and salary (up to £30k) and the chance to develop your tech skills in a commercial environment. The offices themselves already have the essentials like a fully stocked beer fridge, flat screen TV with PS4 & FIFA, nice chill out space and there are always on-going discussions with what to do next. They have signed boots and shirts decorating the walls and like to keep things fun; the team themselves are extremely sociable and friendly. It’s certainly not rare that you'll be treated to a meal out or a trip to a match or the races. Ultimately there's a lot of flexibility in what’s to be offered with regards to tech, R&D time and the like and you'll be able to suggest what the development team should focus on in this respect as the company grows. What’s next? Sound good? Send your CV to Ellen or give us a call on (01179 269 530) for more info!  
  • 19th Sep

    Front-End Developer

    — brand-new digital platform

    Location:
    Tewkesbury
    Type:
    Salary:
    £20K - £25K
    Successful retailer with forward-thinking dev team. Freedom make the role your own – contribute & test out own ideas. Friendly office with great buzz, relaxed dress & regular socials. A well-established eCommerce business is looking for a Front-End Developer to join them in their offices near Cheltenham. There are plans to double the business in size over the next few years and having brought all their development work in-house there’s a strong emphasis on growing their technical capability. The recent implementation of their brand-new eCommerce platform means there’s real potential to drive their digital offering forward, making it a great time to be joining them on their journey. You will receive one on one mentoring and will be hands on from day one. Joining a fairly small development team, every one’s input is valued and you’ll be encouraged to contribute ideas on emerging tech & best practices. What skills you’ll need Front-end development skills using JavaScript, HTML & CSS. Exposure to JavaScript libraries such as React or Angular would be beneficial but by no means essential. Experience of UX/UI would be a bonus. An understanding of back-end technologies such as Python, or Jinja2 would also be advantageous. What you’ll be doing Working closely with the business owners & the design team, your focus will be to help shape their websites front-end usability & user experience across multiple platforms.  You will be responsible bringing campaign briefs to life, working with 3rd party developers to implement new digital technologies and maximise customer experience and increase product exposure. You will be a driven self-starter, who isn’t afraid to get stuck in and try new things. You’ll be encouraged to contribute new ideas and have the opportunity to really make this role your own. It’s a great starting place for a junior developer to learn the ropes and influence the direction of the business product! What you’ll get in return for your talents On top of a generous salary of £30K, you’ll be joining a hugely collaborative & social working environment with a relaxed atmosphere and plenty of banter. You’ll receive generous holiday, pension, discounts on products, flexible working as well as one on one mentoring from the get go. What’s next? Sound great? Send your CV to Ellen now or call 01179 269 530 for more info!  
  • 18th Sep

    Junior / Grad Software Developer

    — Ambitious, diverse start up

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £20000 - £30000
    Ambitious, successful start up Flat structured team Opportunity to learn and develop within a progressive company My client is currently looking for a Junior Full Stack Development to join a quickly growing financial services software company in the heart of Bristol. You’ll be apart of enabling others to end their financial exclusion, and build financial education to continue to combat the issue. Working with a range of high street banks, charities and financial lenders like clearscore, this start up has won multiple awards since establishing themselves only three years ago. You’ll work as part of an agile team, working alongside years of experience to help guide and develop your junior development skills to become the next superstar! You’ll have the fantastic (rare) opportunity of working in a flat working culture where you’ll be empowered to come up with new ideas and tech to contribute towards the making of the company. What you need in this role No prior commercial experience is required, however if you do, please still apply! I’m looking for an understanding/knowledge of the below skills, as well as the strong desire to learn and develop in the below skills PHP MySQL HTML / CSS / JavaScript (including modern front end frameworks and libraries) If you have just finished a degree, or development academy, or even just spent the last few months in your basement teaching yourself code ... I’d love to hear from you!! Also looking for attributes such as…. Fantastic communication skills Excellent problem-solving abilities Genuine passion for everything development What are your responsibilities As the junior your first couple of months will consist of shadowing the lead developer to learn the ropes, get your grounding and confidence to go it alone (experience dependant obviously) Once your initial couple of months are done and you are ready to smash it, you will begin with Writing clean well-designed code that can have features added to at a later date Work using best practice to ensure security of the business is secure at all times Finding creative solutions to new problems Your hard work will be repaid with… £20,000 - £30,000 (based on your level of experience) Clear and fast career progression Endless support and assistance from industry leaders Exciting, fun, progressive and dynamic offices in the heart of Bristol Rare opportunity to join a South West high growth FinTech If you are interested in finding out more, please give Mia, Diversity & Inclusion Manager a call 
  • 18th Sep

    Software Engineer (Open source, functional)

    — Multi-product environment

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £80K
    Lots of autonomy, choose your own tech stack! Remote working, flexible benefits scheme & minimum 12% bonus. Constant growth & progression, loads of events/conferences. A progressive, technology-first business in Bristol are looking for a number of Software Engineers as they go through a rapid period of growth due to continued success and recent acquisitions. With 5 UK offices and a £700m+ annual turnover, the business values autonomy in their technology division and were voted as one of the top 20 companies to work for in the Sunday Times. What skills you'll need  Proven experience with at least one open source/functional language. The preference would be NodeJS, Java or Scala/Clojure.  Understanding of cloud technology; specifically AWS or Google but open to other platforms as well.  Knowledge of deployment automation, CI/CD & containerisation.  Experience with JavaScript and ideally one front-end library, though this isn’t essential.  Awareness of open-source databases like PostgreSQL and MongoDB (or similar).  Extensive exposure to an Agile/Scrum environment is essential. Any awareness of the following would be beneficial: Play, Kafka, Akka, TypeScript, React Native, Cypress, Swift, RabbitMQ, Kubernetes.  The business are considering both Full-Stack and Back-End Engineers, so please do apply either way! What you'll be doing You will work in a cross-functional Scrum team with a focus on developing new & on-going products which will impact over a million people across the UK. This involves owning the product from inception, advocating continuous improvement and building new features with scalability and resilience in mind. The role involves building & scaling distributed systems and ensuring that the micro-service platforms are written in the most suitable language for each product (all connected on an event stream using Kafka) so working autonomously is important. You’ll also be covering things like backlogs, data migrations and other more general development projects, constantly using progressive technology with scope to integrate emerging tech into their wider stack.  What you'll get in return for your talents Where do I even start? They offer a range of benefits including flexible/remote working, 26 days holiday, plenty of social events and meet-ups, an annual training budget, free breakfast, fruit & drinks, a minimum of 12% bonus, a 4% flexible benefit scheme (including phones, laptops, TVs and bikes) and a great pension. Importantly the working environment they have created is second to none. The offices themselves are fantastic and you’ll also be working with some great people who value the company and what they believe in. This company has achieved and is continuing to achieve some great things.  What's next? Want to join the team? Send your CV to Joe or give us a call now!
  • 17th Sep

    Senior Developer

    — Green Tech.

    Location:
    Gloucestershire
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-£65K
    First of its kind Green Energy project in the UK. Flexi and remote working options. Build your own team. Senior Developer needed for a unique Energy company in Gloucester. They are developing first of its kind energy storage projects in the UK and are looking for a Senior developer who can play a leading role in how their applications are developed. The company have already taken the equivalent of 200,000 cars off the road roughly through their innovative storage solutions. With over £100 million in funding they looking to invest heavily in new power stations over the next couple of years to be the clear market leaders in this exciting industry. What skills you'll need A passion for software development. Excellent knowledge of Python, SQL, JavaScript, and Database design. Excellent understanding of the software development lifecycle. Strong communication skills. Great leadership skills. Degree in a STEM subject. Ideally an interest in the renewable energy sector. What you'll be doing  Working in a small agile team your role will be broad and varied. You’ll lead from the front, planning and setting directions for the development team, ensuring quality of products through code reviewing and regular training. When you’re not leading the team, you’ll spend most of your time hands on, developing real time energy monitoring applications from inception through build to operation and working on their innovative energy trading platform which is due to go live shortly. What you'll get in return for your experience You will be joining at an exciting time in the company’s journey as they look to build on their strong market position and expand into new areas. They offer competitive salaries based on skills and expertise up to £65,000 with an excellent benefits package that includes; annual bonus, flexible working hours, 2 days a week remote working, stimulating working environment and flat management structure.   What's next?  This is a great opportunity to play a big part in a small but growing companies future, so if you're interested, send your CV to Myles ASAP or give us a call to have a chat! 
  • 16th Sep

    Android Engineer (Java, Kotlin)

    — Rapid business growth & career progression

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K - £75K
    Start-up business with ambitious growth plans. Modern & progressive technology stack (Java, Kotlin, Python, Golang, JavaScript). Scalable mobile application with 1m+ monthly users.  A progressive mobile start-up with aggressive growth plans are looking for a front-end leaning Android Engineer to join their team in East London. The business has built an innovative mobile app which offers a range of monetisation solutions to support their various partners to drive revenue, increase engagement and decrease overall churn. Today they operate across 4 continents, have 12 apps in market, c6000 daily users and around 1.8 million monthly users, which only continues to expand.  What skills you’ll need Proven background in full-stack Android Engineering. Full-Stack experience with a passion for high-level front-end and usability. Significant commercial knowledge of Java Android and Kotlin. .  Good understanding of unit testing & test automation.  Awareness of continuous integration/deployment (Jenkins or similar).  Ability to work in an Agile/Scrum environment with fortnightly sprints & daily stand-ups.  Any contribution to apps in Google Play Store would be beneficial.  Any knowledge of things like Python, Golang, Retrofit, Dagger or RXJava would be useful, but by no means essential. What you’ll be doing  Working alongside 2 other Android Engineers and the Product Manager you will take responsibility for the development & maintenance of several Android applications, primarily focusing on the front-end aspect and looking to improve overall usability standards. Though this role is front-end leaning there will still be a good element of back-end involved, so you will need to offer full-stack expertise in order to hit the ground running. There’s a mixture of Greenfield & on-going projects to get involved in, the main focus being a large-scale migration from Java to Kotlin. It’s expected that you will look after unit testing & automation, as well as getting involved in daily stand-ups and fortnightly sprints. Overall there are three core products, two of which are on the same codebase with the third differing slightly, so there will be a lot of variety and constant exposure to new & emerging tech. What you’ll get in return for your experience On top of a generous salary (£55-75K), this start-up offers 20 days holiday (increasing year-by-year), an annual training budget to upskill your knowledge, a paid gym membership as well as a cycle to work scheme. They offer a flat structure internally with little hierarchy, giving you regular contact with the senior leadership team and constant learning from other Engineers in the business. One of the best things about this role is all changes made to apps are tracked on a weekly basis which allows you to physically view the real-life difference your work is giving back to the World!  What next? This is an exciting opportunity with real scope for progression, so if you're interested, give Joe a call or send in your CV to have a chat!
  • 11th Sep

    Recruiter

    — Hot existing perm desk

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £Excellent package
    Join a well-established Bristol & Bath desk working with some of the hottest startups, industry disruptors and frankly, ingenious product development businesses around. Work with CEO/CTO’s, Tech Directors and line management directly; influence, be a part of their growth and long term successes. A hot desk in ADLIB with massive scope and a key client base to immerse yourself into. Become a key member of one of Bristol’s most respected technology teams - become a part of the tech community and immersive yourself in the thriving scene. What you’ll be doing Throughout ADLIB’s 16 years we’ve adapted, developed and grown to ensure our service offering supports the changing face of our clients' environments. With a thriving and exciting client-base at the heart of Bristol and Bath’s tech cluster, we’re looking to offer the opportunity for a talented, proactive Recruiter to help some of the best start-up and scale-up businesses you’ll know and a load that you don’t (yet) to grow and flourish. You’ll be supported by ADLIB’s well-established industry partnerships that continue to build our presence, an ever-growing candidate base and a reputation for care, we’re looking for passionate people that enjoy autonomy within an established and professional environment. There are opportunities to embed yourself within the community and learn about what it takes to run a successful business from its embryonic stages. You’ll learn how to advise businesses on how to build teams, give market information, attend meetups and events, network/chat and revel in your role as a market-leader backed by a team with considerable experience. You’ll be able to work with businesses with a staff of 2-200 across vacancies for developers, testers, DevOps, infrastructure, architecture to growth disciplines across functional programming, hybrid mobile application development, blockchain technology, robotics and more. Working directly with CTO’s and owners you can enjoy agile working and long term trusted partnerships. What experience you’ll need We'd want to hear from like-minded tech-driven Recruitment Consultants, people who have a genuine interest in the industry and what it’s about, we aim to speak the language and so should you. A successful track record within technology recruitment is a given, we’re looking for work ethic over stats/KPI’s and someone keen to learn and push themselves. You will want to continuously learn new things and keep up with industry trends, staying on top of new/emerging tech and what everyone’s chatting about (blogs, news sites, events and more). You will enjoy working in a team collaboratively. It is important that you are proactive and commercial. Business development is intelligent, well-positioned; your approaches will be warmly received. We’d prefer you to know your market inside out, spot opportunities and meet prospective clients in person over a coffee/cake/beer. You’ll also enjoy ditching the suit, working for a company where you have the support to take the role wherever you want it to go. We can build teams around successful people that match our approach and ambitions. What you’ll get in return for your talents Expect an adult environment, a base salary in line with your experience and previous success, bonus structure, 26.5 days holiday (plus bank holidays), health scheme, seriously nice offices, a social committee that ensures we're an inclusive bunch, ping pong, company lunches and drinks / pizza Fridays (drinkers, non-drinkers, vegans, veggies, you'll be in good company) and most importantly, you'll be joining a collaborative team that'll have your back from day one and support you every step of the way. What next Please get in touch with Steve now for further information and an informal/confidential discussion.
  • 11th Sep

    Ruby on Rails Developer

    — Varied and challenging projects

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45-60k
    Flexible working arrangements and great social atmosphere. Range of interesting projects. Ruby on Rails, Linux, Heroku, AWS. One of Oxfordshire’s leading agencies are looking for a talented Ruby on Rails Developer to join them at their beautiful offices. They work on web apps apps, single page applications and rich interactivity in a forward-thinking, agile development environment with the latest technologies and processes. What skills you'll need • An excellent understanding of Ruby on Rails, Linux, Heroku, AWS and associated back end tools and technologies. • A strong understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery and associated front-end technologies and tools. • Proven experience of testing approaches and tools like RSpec and Cucumber. • A strong understanding of mobile web development, debugging and optimisation (Native app development an advantage). • An excellent understanding of database technologies, object-orientated programming and design patterns. What you'll be doing Working across the full development lifecycle you develop rich interactive apps for a variety of clients across the Automotive, Media and Hospitality sectors. You'll be taking part in code reviews, optimising and upgrading existing products as well as creating new ones from scratch, always ensuring they are the best they can be. You’ll get involved in creating technical and functional designs, creating efficient and logical databases and possess significant knowledge of client-server and internet systems architecture; a really varied, challenging and exciting role. What you'll get in return for your talentsYou’ll be rewarded with a competitive salary of up to £60,000, excellent working environment with great socials and regular lunches, you’ll work on challenging projects with some well know clients, you’ll also get proper pension contribution along with travel and private health insurance for your family.   What’s nextThis one sound good?  Send in your CV now for immediate consideration or call in for a chat with Myles (01179269530)/ myles@adlib-recruitment.co.uk
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SciSys

Employer of choice for Developers

  • SCISYS are a leading an international software and solutions company.
  • Enjoying a period of high growth SCISYS were looking to expand their technology team at pace and required an agency that would not only find the right talent, but also support the development of their employer brand. 
  • To achieve this, we introduced SCISYS to our tech community partners, helping them to raise their profile in the developer community, placing them solidly on the map as an employer of choice for developers and wider technology people. 
  • Through our consultative approach, we provided market guidance and knowledge, along with a comprehensive resourcing campaign that resulted in the successful hire of several hard to fill vacancies, from Developers to Solution Architects. 

“ADLIB have been a huge help throughout a very busy year of growth here at SCISYS. Not only have they supported with live requirements, they have also provided valuable market information throughout the year which has in turn supported with our hiring decisions and future growth plans. We look forward to a continued partnership throughout 2019.”

Mollie Hatton, Recruitment Manager, at SCISYS 
 

Immersive Labs

Expanding their team of Developers at pace

  • Immersive Labs help reduce the risk of attacks via a class leading cyber-learning environment. 
  • As a fast growing business, Immersive Labs needed to work with a recruiter that was able to get to the heart of their culture to deliver hard to find technology expertise. Step forward ADLIB's technology recruitment team. Through our in-depth knowledge of the local candidate market skilled in JavaScript libraries such as React and Ruby on Rails and our ability to find the right personality match, we quickly identified the talent required and all in line with critical business timings.
  • With more and more companies hunting out similar skill sets, a major contributor to the success of the campaign was them being a business with a culture for R&D, cutting edge technology, highly competitive salaries & benefits and the opportunity to be part of a tech-first and people focused culture.

"ADLIB's comprehensive understanding of the local tech market and the challenges faced by quickly growing start-ups has been significant in helping us grow over the last two years"

Greg Craft, Talent Director at Immersive Labs 
 

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