Creating teams. Shaping futures.

We connect ambitious organisations with their greatest assets,
equally ambitious talent.

Drupal Developer jobs and careers

Drupal is a content management framework written in PHP that provides the back-end framework for at least 2.3% of all web sites worldwide – ranging from large media publication sites to personal blogs and government sites.

Why consider a career as a Drupal Developer?
If you’re a quick problem solver that is dedicated to producing well-documented and clean code; a career in Drupal powers much of the best on the internet. You’ll be working across a range of projects to form efficient and highly optimised web applications - sometimes to tight deadlines. 

What a Drupal Developer career or job may entail…
You may operate alongside other Developers, Designers, UXers and account teams to co-work across a wide range of sites and apps. As core duties, you'll cover Drupal 7 and 8 module development, theming, installation and configuration.

You may work on web and app projects. You'll have strong Drupal architecture/API experience, Drupal 7 or 8 module development, configuration and theming. 
  
Typical role titles include
PHP Drupal Developer
Front-end Drupal Developer
Back-end Drupal Developer
Full Stack Drupal Developer
Junior Drupal Developer
Drupal Web Developer

Career progression example
Senior Drupal Developer
Lead PHP Drupal Developer
Head of Drupal Development
Lead Web Developer

Salary Benchmarks
At an entry level, junior / graduate Drupal Developer professionals on average will be earning between £20-£28k. At the mid-level you’d be looking to earn £28k - £40k and seniors would be looking to earn £40k+.

Is it right for me? The skills it takes...
We’d normally expect to see a number of the following skills:

PHP | MySQL | Drupal 7, 8 | HTML5 | CSS3 | JavaScript / JQuery | Drush | PHP MVC e.g Symfony | GIT | Photoshop | Varnish/APC/Memcache | Gulp/Grunt | Twig templating.

What qualifications does it take?
The most common Drupal qualification we see is the Acquia certifications. There are no educational entry requirements to a role working with Drupal, although a Computer Science or equivalent degree is always looked upon favourably.

 

Our Technology recruitment team

Our latest Technology jobs

Search all jobs
 
  • 28th Sep

    Hot Jobs Engineering Lead

    — Growing Sustainability B Corp!

    Location:
    Fully remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £90,000
    About Do Nation Do Nation helps people to form healthy, environmentally friendly habits. They do this through their online platform where anyone can create a campaign to raise pledges, or make a pledge - to do simple things like cycling to work or wasting less food. A certified B Corp since 2017, winners of numerous awards and a lovely client base that includes: Innocent, Pret, Ellas Kitchen and Pukka Herbs as well as SSE and PWC (to name a few). You’ll be joining Do Nation at a time of high growth having already doubled the team over the last 12 months and grown by about 6 times since our foundation. This role offers a platform for growth and progression, we are keen to talk with people who have a desire to progress to CTO further down the line. What you’ll be doing as our Engineering Lead In this role you’ll be leading our engineering and product teams (currently 8 people), taking responsibility for Do Nation's pledge platform. You'll hire and manage developers, designers and product and project professionals whilst driving our product vision and strategy and help us develop and strengthen our approach to engineering org-wide. You’ll hire, coach and develop a diverse and inclusive team of Do Nationers, drive the strategy and vision for our product, and together with Hermione (our CEO) and our Lead Designer and Product Manager, develop and deliver our product roadmap. You'll work collaboratively with your team and the wider Do Nation team to shape how our tech team operates - you'll help develop our technical practices, embed Sprint and Agile methodologies firmly within the team, lead on our technical documentation process, and more! Importantly you’ll ensure that Do Nation remains an industry leader, delivering a truly scalable, robust platform that enterprises, SMEs, and individuals alike trust and love to use. What experience you’ll need to apply You'll work at a senior level scaling engineering and product teams, ideally with responsibility for B2B SaaS products/production-grade web applications. You have built or are committed to building diverse and inclusive teams, fostering a collaborative environment that is empowering, supportive and challenging. You’ll help your people do their best work. Initially, you will have the curiosity and deep background in product and technology that means you're not afraid to get your hands dirty, coding and working with the team to improve working methodologies and coding efficiencies. You’ll have a track record of managing remote teams that successfully ship high quality products with refined user experiences. Hands-on knowledge of Django & React. You'll have a passion for climate action and will be excited by and aligned with our mission of making sustainable living mainstream. What you’ll get in return for your talents This role offers a competitive salary of between £70,000-£90,000 (DOE) + benefits which include; 31 days holiday (+1 day for each year worked with us). Slow travel holiday bonus Flexible work policy. Annual training budget. 2 volunteer days/year. Regular personal coaching through MoreHappi. Pension contribution (3%/5%). Potential for equity through employee option scheme. Full remote working, long term. What next We have chosen to work with our friends at ADLIB who are managing the recruitment process for Do Nation. As a fellow B Corp, they are well versed in attracting the best candidates that have the right skills and experience, combined with the desire to work for a business driven by purpose and a want to make a positive impact on society and the planet. Apply with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more. Please note that any candidates that approach Do Nation directly will be forwarded to ADLIB for consideration. Inclusion and equality Here at Do Nation, equal opportunity runs through every aspect of the business. We are creating an environment where a diverse mix of talented people want to work, do their best and share in our journey for the long term. We’re building a team that represents a variety of perspectives and backgrounds, as we believe that the more inclusive we are, the better and more innovative our work will be. We strive to be a workplace where everyone feels empowered and can be their authentic selves.  
  • 15th Oct

    Senior Software Engineer

    — Investors in People - Gold

    Location:
    Bristol (up to 4 days remote)
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £60K
    World-leading products used by millions across multiple industries.   Flexible hours with remote working up to 4 days a week. Rapid growth, constant progression & exposure to emerging tech. A progressive tech company who build some seriously cool analytical & lab-based products is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join their Bristol team as they look to further grow their technology function. Their products are used by Scientists and Engineers in a wide range of industries including healthcare, pharma, automotive, environmental and more. With a brand-new Scrum team to build and rapid growth plans in place for 2021/22, this is a unique opportunity for a dedicated Engineer to work on rewarding projects that solve real-life challenges through the use of tech.  What experience you’ll need Proven experience in C#.Net, ideally in a product-driven environment (.Net Core desirable).  Commercial experience working with MS Azure. Agile experience, including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD, BDD, Jira. Any knowledge of Gherkin useful.  Appreciation for DevOps; CI/CD, release/deployments, containerisation (Azure DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes).  Some front-end development experience would be great; HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Blazor.  Previous experience in desktop/windows app development (WPF, MVVM etc.) TFS knowledge would be beneficial. What you’ll be doing Joining a talented Scrum team as part of the wider Bristol tech function, you’ll be involved in the build and on-going development of software for the business’ advanced analytical instrumentation. Quality and innovation are at the heart of their approach and they’ve already migrated a lot of their legacy products to the cloud since embarking on a huge digital transformation a few years ago. There’s real variety in this role; you’ll cover desktop/windows app development, more modern software/cloud-based apps and could even be involved in web-based work should you want to be. They enjoy working Agile with fortnightly sprints, running regular retrospectives and review sessions, working closely with the product and wider engineering teams to create new software innovations before realising their potential real-life application. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be entitled to 25 days holiday (increasing with service), flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday, 37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity for remote working up to 4 days a week. You’ll also get a healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution and 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. They’re also an Investors in People Gold accredited organisation which shows their commitment to employee engagement, development and progression.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 14th Oct

    Senior C# Software Engineer

    — Investors in People - Gold

    Location:
    Malvern / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £60K
    World-leading products used by millions across multiple industries.  Flexible hours with remote working up to 4 days a week. Rapid growth, constant progression & exposure to emerging tech.   A progressive tech company who build some seriously cool analytical & lab-based products is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join their Malvern team as they look to further grow their technology function. Their products are used by Scientists and Engineers in a wide range of industries including healthcare, pharma, automotive, environmental and more. With a brand-new Scrum team to build and rapid growth plans in place for 2021/22, this is a unique opportunity for a dedicated Engineer to work on rewarding projects that solve real-life challenges through the use of tech.  What experience you’ll need Proven experience in C#.Net, ideally in a product-driven environment (.Net Core desirable).  Commercial experience working with MS Azure. Agile experience, including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD, BDD, Jira. Any knowledge of Gherkin useful.  Appreciation for DevOps; CI/CD, release/deployments, containerisation (Azure DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes).  Some front-end development experience would be great; HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Blazor.  Previous experience in desktop/windows app development (WPF, MVVM etc.) TFS knowledge would be beneficial. What you’ll be doing Joining a talented Scrum team as part of the wider Malvern tech function, you’ll be involved in the build and on-going development of software for the business’ advanced analytical instrumentation. Quality and innovation are at the heart of their approach and they’ve already migrated a lot of their legacy products to the cloud since embarking on a huge digital transformation a few years ago. There’s real variety in this role; you’ll cover desktop/windows app development, more modern software/cloud-based apps and could even be involved in web-based work should you want to be. They enjoy working Agile with fortnightly sprints, running regular retrospectives and review sessions, working closely with the product and wider engineering teams to create new software innovations before realising their potential real-life application. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be entitled to 25 days holiday (increasing with service), flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday, 37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity for remote working up to 4 days a week. You’ll also get a healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution and 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. They’re also an Investors in People Gold accredited organisation which shows their commitment to employee engagement, development and progression.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 12th Oct

    Full-Stack Developer - 100% Remote

    — Ethical clean energy provider

    Location:
    100% Remote (Chippenham Hub)
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £48K
    Clean energy company who invest in GreenTech start-ups. Sustainable software engineering.  100% remote, flexible hours, excellent training.  A multi award-winning company with a sustainability focus is looking for a Full-Stack Developer to join them either 100% remotely, or with trips to their eco-friendly Chippenham hub as often as you wish. They’re considered market leaders in the clean energy space and have a huge community presence for advocating sustainability and investing in GreenTech start-ups. They’ve continued to go from strength-to-strength throughout the pandemic with more exciting plans for growth in the pipeline, creating a need for a talented Developer to drive development across their web & mobile platforms. What skills you’ll need Proven full-stack development expertise using the MS stack. Well-versed in C#.Net and .Net Core on the server-side. Experienced in front-end technologies like HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Exposure to React and its ecosystem, state management paradigms (Redux) etc. Cloud-native development experience is desirable (Azure).  Any mobile app knowledge would be useful.  Deep understanding of CI/CD and TDD. Exposure to a wide range of development best practices (design patterns, testability, messaging patterns etc.) Experience working in Agile/Scrum.   What you’ll be doing Joining a high-performing Agile development team your focus will be the delivery of top-quality software across both their customer-facing apps and internal platforms. Working closely with the Lead Developer / CTO you will help shape development standards by driving best practices and continuous improvement throughout the team. You will be proactive with a clear passion for technology and will be expected to lend your technical expertise when it comes to the implementation of tech & tooling such as CI/CD & TDD principles or choosing the appropriate development stacks. The team is at c20 people split into several squads; each squad is made up of a few junior/mid-levels, 1-2 senior developers and a leader.  What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as working for a highly ethical company with sustainable engineering practices at the forefront of their ethos, you’ll receive a competitive salary and very healthy benefits package which includes 25 days annual leave with the option to buy more, 100% remote working, flexi-time, discretionary company bonus, pension matched up to 7.5%, a flexible benefits package which you can take as cash, green travel bonuses and much more!  What’s next? Like the sound of this one? Send your CV to Joe to be considered. 
  • 12th Oct

    Head Of Development

    — Quality Driven Digital Agency

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £70K-£80K
    Hugely respected digital agency with international client base. Quality drive websites and applications. Opportunity to shape technical direction and make a real impact. One of Wiltshire’s most established and successful digital businesses is looking for a Head of Development to help grow their team and technical offering to keep up with client demand.  They have been producing top quality web applications and websites for local, national and international brands for many years with particular strengths in delivering visually stunning, technically advanced solutions. What skills you’ll be needing Technical leadership experience within a multi-client (software house/digital agency) environment. Ability to grow, nurture and steer a happy team of quality driven web developers. Project lead experience from specification creation to delivery. Experience of estimating costs and time for all development work. Communicating well with clients and non-technical teams. Ability to evaluate and identify the best development practices, technical tools, platforms and frameworks. Be forward thinking, with an ability to innovate and leverage technology as it evolves. A solid background with as much of their tech stack as possible: PHP, Laravel, MVC frameworks Linux, Apache, and MySQL WordPress E-commerce platforms (Magento and WooCommerce in particular) JavaScript, jQuery, HTML and CSS Git version control (Git, Subversion etc.) What you’ll be doing This is a fully involved Head of Development position requiring someone with confidence and commercial acumen to come in and inspire, direct and excite a small team of talented web developers and freelancers.  They are looking for someone to provide technical direction to take the agency forward providing technical leadership whilst improving development standards and processes.  Whilst hands-off for the vast majority of time, it’s possible they might need you to step in with coding on occasion as well as helping to review the coding output of the team, teaching and helping them to improve. You’ll contribute to pitches, proposals, quotes and help to explain and champion the appropriate technical solutions to clients.  What you’ll get in return for This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to come into a very stable family-owned business with a long pedigree for delivering quality digital experiences.  You’ll enjoy the autonomy and support to modernise and improve processes and standards even further and build the department you want, sharing in the ongoing successes of the business.  There’s a competitive salary on offer (£70-80K), 24 days hol, pension, health cashback plan, remote and flexible working options, socials/events, free parking in nice open plan offices and more.  What’s next Like the sound of this role?  Send in your CV now for more info to Mike.
  • 12th Oct

    Full-Stack Web Developer

    — Pioneering BioScience business

    Location:
    Malvern / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £45.5K + bonus
    World-leading products used by millions. Flexible hours with majority remote working options. Rapid growth, constant progression & exposure to emerging tech.  A progressive tech company who build some seriously cool analytical & lab-based products is looking for a Full-Stack Web Developer to join them on a majority remote basis with some occasional travel to their HQ in Malvern (unless you’re local and want to be in more!). Their products are used by Scientists and Engineers in a wide range of industries including healthcare, pharma, automotive, environmental and more. With rapid growth plans in place for 2021/22, this is a unique opportunity for a dedicated Developer to work on rewarding projects that solve real-life challenges through the use of tech. What experience you’ll need Proven experience in C#.Net web development. Significant knowledge of web CMS; they use Tridion but open to others (Sitecore, Umbraco etc). Good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript frameworks such as jQuery & Bootstrap. Experience with modern libraries like Angular/React would a bonus. Ability to work on cloud-based apps with awareness of Azure DevOps. Knowledge of database technologies such as MySQL. Previous exposure to Visual Studio & SQL Management Studio would be good. Awareness of the Elastic stack would be useful but not essential. Any experience with Salesforce/Netlify would be highly desirable.  Agile experience including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD. What you’ll be doing Working within the Web Platform team your focus will be to develop high quality web applications and drive the effectiveness of their B2B websites. You will build new functionality to existing sites and will be instrumental in a number of upcoming projects including new website builds, the development of a design system, Salesforce integration project and more. It’ll be expected you communicate well within your team and provide guidance and design direction to more junior developers as well as staying up to date with the latest tech innovations and their potential applications. It’s possible to progress to Senior very quickly in this role.   What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as getting paid a generous salary you will be entitled to 25 days holiday, flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday, 37.5 hour working week) and majority remote working with a trip every 2-3 weeks. There's a discretionary bonus which is consistently hit, a healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution and 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 programmes. What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more, get in touch with Joe!
  • 12th Oct

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Life Sciences, learn Ruby

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£40K
     Life science data tech specialist helping to save lives.  Ruby (cross-train), MVC, MySQL, JavaScript, HTML, CSS.  Outstanding team, amazing development and benefits. One of Bath’s most exciting tech businesses are looking for a developer to join their progressive team.  Working across Ruby and front-end stacks, this is a great opportunity to work on an exciting data product that is being used all over the world to help scientists, researchers and universities. The role offers hybrid working so candidates will need to be based within a reasonable commuting distance. What skills you’ll be needing Be able to program in a relevant language (e.g. Ruby, PHP, Python), ideally having worked with an MVC web framework. At least 1 years commercial experience ideally with a strong academic background. Demonstrate enthusiasm and the ability to quickly pick up Ruby on Rails if that is not your current language / framework of choice. Have solid experience with the core web technologies: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Have a solid knowledge of SQL databases (MySQL/PostgreSQL). Be quick to grasp scientific concepts. What you’ll be doing This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing tech team working on an industry-leading data collection, machine learning and search engine technology product.   Working across the full-stack, the role will be highly varied with tasks that could include making UI improvements, improving the efficiency of internal workflows or developing new technology to automatically collect and moderate more data.  They’re looking for developers who can get excited about working on large scale text mining and classification, machine learning, web scraping, and data storage.  You’ll need to be enthusiastic, quick to pick up new concepts at times working independently and be happy both completing tasks assigned to you and in creating your own where you spot opportunities for improvement. What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll be stretching yourself, learning new tech and helping this exciting business to flourish.  They’re offering a competitive salary (£30-40K), a 4.5 day working week as they don’t work Friday afternoons, unmetered holidays -you decide when you work, MacBook pro (and 2nd screen), lots of Apple goodies, conference and events access, training, annual team trips and socials and much more. What’s next If you like the sound of this one, send in your CV now for immediate consideration!
  • 12th Oct

    Junior C# Software Engineer

    — Remote work, consistent bonus

    Location:
    Malvern / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £25K - £30K
    World-leading products used by millions across multiple industries.  Flexible hours with remote working up to 4 days a week. Rapid growth, constant progression & exposure to emerging tech.   A progressive tech company who build some seriously cool analytical & lab-based products is looking for a Junior Software Engineer to join their Malvern team as they look to further grow their technology function. Their products are used by Scientists and Engineers in a wide range of industries including healthcare, pharma, automotive, environmental and more. With a brand-new Scrum team to build and rapid growth plans in place for 2021/22, this is a unique opportunity for a dedicated Engineer to work on rewarding projects that solve real-life challenges through the use of tech.  What experience you’ll need / learn Knowledge of C#.Net (.Net Core desirable).  Understanding of MS Azure. Some front-end development experience would be great; HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Blazor.  Desktop/windows app development (WPF, MVVM etc.) Appreciation or awareness of Agile, including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD, BDD, Jira. Any knowledge of Gherkin useful.  This role is considering graduate hires, so if you're a CompSci / BioScience (or similar) post-grad with an interest in software engineering, I'd be keen to hear from you!  What you’ll be doing Joining a talented Scrum team as part of the wider Malvern tech function, you’ll be involved in the build and on-going development of software for the business’ advanced analytical instrumentation. Quality and innovation are at the heart of their approach and they’ve already migrated a lot of their legacy products to the cloud since embarking on a huge digital transformation a few years ago. There’s real variety in this role; you’ll cover desktop/windows app development, more modern software/cloud-based apps and could even be involved in web-based work should you want to be. They enjoy working Agile with fortnightly sprints, running regular retrospectives and review sessions, working closely with the product and wider engineering teams to create new software innovations before realising their potential real-life application. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be entitled to 25 days holiday (increasing with service), flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday, 37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity for remote working up to 4 days a week. You’ll also get a healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution and 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. They’re also an Investors in People Gold accredited organisation which shows their commitment to employee engagement, development and progression.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 11th Oct

    Full-Stack Engineers

    — JavaScript/TypeScript. Scale-up with mission of greening the planet

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £70K
    Work with React, React Native, TypeScript, NodeJS, GCP. Very experienced engineering team, work with the best! GreenTech business, sustainable software engineering. A very successful start-up with a mission of greening the planet is expanding their engineering team. They've been featured in Apple’s ‘app of the week’ with over 150,000 registrations having only launched 2.5 years ago. It’s a very exciting time to join, there’s lots of cool tech in the company and a very talented bunch of engineers to be connected to!  What experience you'll need Essential Modern front-end JavaScript library, ideally React.  Well-versed with Node or TypeScript. Desire to work in an agile, highly collaborative start-up environment. Desire to learn new tech and share your knowledge with the team. You will have tested your own code before. Desirable Knowledge of cloud-native development, preferably Google.  Experience with SQL databases. Use or knowledge of Microservices architecture. Any iOS or Android experience.       Any background using CI/CD. What you’ll be doing The technical challenges range from building and growing an online marketplace, as well as making improvements to digital visitor experience. The products are very much user-facing so an eye for usability is key. There is a mobile app and a bespoke web app – every developer is able to deliver entire vertical features from databases, deployments, services and the front-end. React and React Native are used on the front-end, backed by a GraphQL API implemented with NodeJS with Postgres running on Kubernetes. The development team has a tendency towards functional style of programming (with pair programming) and focus on testing, continuous integration and continuous delivery. You will be part of a team of full-stack engineers, with a high degree of autonomy across the full stack. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will receive a salary paying market rate (£30-70K based on exp) to start with, but you have all the other benefits alongside that – 25 days holiday, pension etc. but the softer benefits are great tech, free fruit, team socials/days out, central location, remote work, flat structure, self-directed autonomous working, machine learning, standing desks, pair programming, attend meet-ups (now online...) and hackathons etc. but you also get to work with a small, experienced team that has each other’s backs Bristol where you will learn from some of the best developers around. You get to choose your own equipment, and have budget for books, or whatever you need to do your job better. You will be part of a new company working with the latest tech on building a community with a positive impact on the planet. Also you have flexible working hours and the business are very remote friendly (core are 10-4). What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call, or send in your CV to be considered! 
  • 11th Oct

    Full-Stack JavaScript Developer

    — Diverse & inclusive software solutions start-up

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £55K
    Join a very talented cross-functional, agile team. Work with React, Redux, Node, AWS, IaC, TDD/BDD. Awesome working space, remote friendly. An intuitive software solutions provider has been extremely successful in recent years earning 2 million users for just one of their products with customers in 180+ countries. With a new owner and inspiring CEO on a global shift they are hiring for a Full-Stack JavaScript Developer with experience in the AWS ecosystem to work on their cloud-native platform.    What skills you’ll need Full-Stack JavaScript experience with modern libraries like React/TypeScript/Node.  Cloud-native experience. Knowledge of AWS or a similar platform with desire to learn AWS. Understanding of build tools like Webpack/NPM.  Advocate for BDD/TDD principles. Appreciation of DevOps.  Any experience with mobile apps, specifically using React Native, would be handy.  What you’ll be doing You’ll join a small, flat structured development team with a focus on creating new features & functionalities for their cloud-native web products. The role will involve a lot of collaboration with the product and UX teams to create user stories alongside other developers in your team. You’ll be implementing new features to existing web apps, writing readable, maintainable and testable code and validate new features with data-driven analytics. This role needs someone who has a drive to adopt cloud computing with an appreciation for DevOps/IaC; their approach involves continuously integrating & deploying your work to production through their CI pipeline.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be joining a very successful entrepreneurial company with brilliant leaders and inspiring team members working on great products that customers love. As well as a salary in-line with your experience you will get (generous) 29 days holiday + bank holidays, flexible working hours, remote working for those who need it. You’ll also be in an awesome space in a hub of innovation, free lunches on Wednesday, amazing technology and training and the opportunity to grow your own team. What’s next? Sound good? Give Joe a call to find out more!
 Technology

Technology case studies

CGI

Employer of choice for Developers

  • CGI are a leading an international software and solutions company.
  • Enjoying a period of high growth CGI 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 CGI 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 CGI. 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.”

Mollie Hatton, Recruitment Manager, at CGI

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 
 

ADLIB Blog

Local, knowledgeable and authentic.

A wealth of wisdom here, showcasing and featuring thought-leaders, career journeys, tips and expert advice.

Read the latest articles here

Guides and Surveys

Day Rate & Salary benchmarks, tips to retain top talent & skill-sets in demand.

View and download
image

Tech, Data, Engineering, Science, Sustainability, eCom, Marketing or Design jobs directly to your inbox.

Tailor your alerts
image

Looking to recruit Tech, Data, Engineering, Science, Sustainability, eCom, Marketing or Design talent?

Contact us