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  • 27th Mar

    Hot Jobs Digital Marketing Manager

    — Subscriptions Marketing

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive
    Varied Acquisition & Retention Subscriptions Marketing Role. Unique Proposition/Offering.  Great Office Based in Central Bath. Here is an incredible opportunity to join a fun and innovative brand in Bath as their new Subscriptions Digital Marketing Manager.  Working specifically on the subscriptions side of the business you will drive new subscribers through acquisition campaigns and effective retention strategies.  With a new app being launched, this is an exciting time to be joining the business. What you’ll be doing The company is built around a video subscription service that runs through YouTube and a new mobile app and you will build a profitable base of subscribers.  This is a broad digital role where you will have all channels at your disposal; you will design and implement paid media subscriber acquisition campaigns to recruit subscribers at the lowest possible cost.  You will work with the wider team to conceptualise and execute campaigns that build the free funnel to convert free social and app users in to paying customers. The paid/organic acquisition campaigns will be supported by a strong retention strategy and you will design the customer communications strategy to aid subscriber retention by looking at frequency, content, timing and tone of voice.  With this you’ll manage the CRM strategy and manage the team responsible for the creation of all marketing assets for the video subscription service.   Reporting will also be vital to the success of this role, and you will monitor daily gross adds and churn statistics to optimise performance, track customer satisfaction levels, app store rating and engagement metrics, and will provide regular updates to the senior leadership team and aid product improvement and innovation.  This is a really exciting role and a great time to be joining the business. What experience you’ll need to apply Good experience driving app downloads or subscriptions Proven acquisition and retention campaign experience Strong all round digital marketing knowledge, including email, automation, CRM etc. Ability to improve websites to maximise UX and engagement Understanding of how to convert registered users in to subscribers Experience of using customer insights to inform decisions and approach Highly numerate and analytical Strong verbal and written communication skills Commercially minded and a strong problem solver Ideally holding a relevant business/marketing degree or hold a professional qualification i.e. CIM, IDM What you’ll get in return for your talents There is a competitive salary on offer DOE, good company benefits, you’ll be working for a great brand and within a fast paced and exciting working environment.  There aren’t many better digital marketing opportunities out there right now!   What next If you’ve worked within an app based or subscription service environment then I want to hear from you!  Apply now or contact Chris (01179 269530) for more information.  
  • 19th Mar

    Hot Jobs Release Train Manager

    — International Financial Services & Banking Company

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £80k
    Brand new Release Train Manager role in the heart of Bristol. Work on a large scale digital transformation project for a leading financial services company. Be rewarded with a hugely competitive salary and benefits package, including 10% pension.  One of the UKs most established financial services companies are looking for a Release Train Manager to join their digital studio in Central Bristol. The business operates across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America, serving almost 19 million customers Worldwide. Currently undergoing a large-scale digital transformation to modernise critical legacy systems you’ll play an integral role in driving the delivery to meet objectives. What you’ll be doing As Release Train Manager you will be working within the commercial banking arm of the business and you will lead the platform transformation with the support of your team covering all areas from mobile app, everyday servicing, API and microservices to support the main website channels.  You will work in cross-functional teams, engaging with the wider business (some of which work within more traditional methodologies - Waterfall), coaching the teams ensuring that teams are collaborating and communicating updates and changes throughout all stages of the project, ensuring that everybody is aligned and are ultimately helping customers. With the support of your team of 10 Delivery Managers and Scrum Masters, together you will run workshops, look at different approaches, regular stand ups, ensuring that the vision and pipeline are being met at all times and constantly developing continuous improvements through Agile coaching.  What skills you’ll need You will currently be working as a Release Train Manager/ Release Manager/ Programme Manager. Background in leading large scale digital transformation projects across the development lifecycle, including apps and websites. Strong communication skills, working with cross-functional and remote teams. We need somebody that is innovative and constantly looking for new ways to improve things - looking at processes, methodologies, communication, systems, to drive positive change and continuous improvements through Agile coaching.   Experience in management (line managing a team of 10 Delivery Managers and Scrum Masters), somebody who is a natural leader, that can lead and motivate teams and is also not afraid to get hands on when necessary.  Sector experience is desirable (financial services) or experience working within a regulatory environment.  Experience working in an Agile environment. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return the business has some very competitive benefits. You'll not only be rewarded with a great salary but you will receive a flexible 20% benefits package on top. You can use this on healthcare, your pension, exclusive product and lifestyle offers and learning programmes. Alongside the financials you'll get to work in a modern and collaborative work space in the heart of Bristol, work with some genuinely talented minds in tech and be part of the digital transformation for a big name brand. What’s next? If you meet the above criteria then please send an up to date CV through to Fran at ADLIB for immediate consideration (francesca@adlib-recruitment.co.uk) or click apply now. 
  • 16th Mar

    Hot Jobs Technical Lead (Polyglot, AWS)

    — Java, Scala, Python, C#, Ruby or Groovy

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £70K - £95K
    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 landed in Bristol and are looking for Tech Leads with polyglot tech knowledge and AWS/DevOps experience to join their team. This is a brand-new hub with rapid plans for growth in place, 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 embarking on a pioneering programme of work which will have a positive impact on the lives of UK citizens everywhere. What skills you’ll need Proven experience in technical leadership with a background in mentoring other Engineers and working to architecture/consultant level.  Extensive experience working in AWS environments and its associated tech (EC2, ECS, Lambda, API Gateway, S3, CloudFront etc).  Fluency in at least one server-side language; C#, Ruby, Java, Scala, Python or Groovy. Significant understanding of infrastructure-as-code & automation using things like Ansible, Chef, Puppet, Docker, Terraform, CloudFormation, Kubernetes.  Appreciation of front-end/UI, ideally with exposure to React or similar.  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 brand-new delivery team, you will act as a technical & thought Leader for other engineers internally, offering insight & expertise across a variety of paradigms which includes object-oriented, declarative, event-based and functional. The majority of the project base sits across healthcare & local/central government, 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. You will offer a passion for cloud & automation, seamless tooling and approaching software delivery in a DevOps approach. 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!
  • 31st Mar

    Digital Product Designer

    — Green Energy Solutions

    Location:
    Central London
    Type:
    Salary:
    Circa £65k
    Enjoy being part of a truly progressive business. Design products and services that positively impact the environment. Be part of a tight knit UX community practice. *This employer is set up for remote onboarding and continuing recruitment as normal What you’ll be doing We’re looking for a number of Digital Product Designers to join a green energy supplier in central London. There are two positions available; one focussed on bringing fundamental energy services to their members, the other on creating tools that help people understand and reduce their carbon footprint. The team is on a mission to a net zero carbon future and these roles are an exciting opportunity to get involved. UX as a function is decentralised; this means that design specialists are embedded within teams that have a shared mission or product focus. You’ll be part of a tight knit design community but have the benefit from really getting under the skin of a specific challenge or in understanding a subset of users in great detail. The UX community within the business is strong and well connected so you can be sure you’ll have plenty of interaction with other designers, as well as reap the rewards of working in cross functional teams and with those from diverse backgrounds. As a Product Designer you’ll act as design resource for a number of teams that have a shared mission but sometimes very different outputs. One of your teams could want a lo-fi prototype put together for a new feature they’re trailing whilst another could call on you to support on a longer term and much more involved discovery piece. There will be a wide variety of challenges to get stuck into but it’ll require you to manage your own time and resources effectively, you’ll ultimately decide where to spend your time and how to support these teams in their goals. What experience you’ll need Be a design thinker; not just interested in beautification but driven by understanding your users and solving problems. Able to rapidly create concepts and prototypes both low and high fidelity. Adopt a critical thinking process when approaching challenges of all kinds. Experienced in modern design tools and with contemporary design techniques. Able to work collaboratively with people from all backgrounds and skillsets. Great stakeholder management and communication skills. Experienced in Agile and iterative in your design process. What you’ll get in return In return for your talents you’ll join a mission driven team and design products that are working towards a zero carbon future. You’ll enjoy 25 days holiday + your birthday off, performance related bonus, flexible benefits, free breakfast every day and a fantastic culture.
  • 31st Mar

    eCommerce Manager - B2C

    — Two Premium Brands

    Location:
    Banbury
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35-45k
    Manage the eCommerce sites for two beautiful fashion brands. Really exciting opportunity to own global strategy. Competitive salary and benefits on offer. I’m looking for an impressive B2C eCommerce Manager to join two stunning brands and lead a team to success through delivering the best possible online experience. What you'll be doing This is truly an end-to-end role that will require a blend of strategic input and hands-on delivery across the full customer journey. You’ll take ownership of two eCommerce sites in the UK and internationally, managing a team to deliver a first-rate online experience, ensuring sites are performing across trading, customer acquisition, conversion and retention, consistently driving growth. One day you could be focusing on eCommerce trading strategy (is the site merchandised effectively, where can I upsell similar lines to increase average order value?). The next, working with Marketing to optimise organic and paid digital channels. Or analysing the customer journey and identifying trends through A/B testing in order to increase conversions and improve ROI. You'll work at pace and relish the opportunity to work on the full customer journey for two amazing brands, what's not to like? What experience you'll need Solid track record in eCommerce gained within a B2C retail environment.  Strong knowledge of eCommerce platforms and functionality, ideally with experience of working on Magento platforms. Analytical and excited about using data to drive strategy and seeing the amazing results it can generate. Strong commercial acumen and market awareness. Excellent stakeholder management, relationship building skills and the ability to influence. A confident self-starter, able to work autonomously and within teams. What you'll get in return for your talents There’s a competitive salary on offer here, in the region of £40-45k, DOE, along with a host of other great benefits and a lovely office based in Banbury. What's next? Get in touch with Rina to hear the finer details on this one.
  • 31st Mar

    eCommerce Manager - B2B

    — Successful Retail Brand

    Location:
    North Oxfordshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35-45k
    Manage the wholesale eCommerce sites for two premium brands. Really exciting opportunity to own global strategy. Competitive salary and benefits on offer. I’m looking for an impressive B2B eCommerce Manager to a fast-growing retail company and lead a wholesale team to success through delivering the best possible online experience.What you'll be doingThis is truly an end-to-end role that will require a blend of strategic input and hands-on delivery across the full customer journey. You’ll take ownership of two B2B eCommerce sites in the UK and internationally, managing a team to deliver a first-rate online experience, ensuring sites are performing across trading, customer acquisition, conversion and retention, consistently driving growth.One day you could be focusing on eCommerce trading strategy (is the site merchandised effectively, where can I upsell similar lines to increase average order value?). The next, working with Marketing to optimise organic and paid digital channels. Or analysing the customer journey and identifying trends through A/B testing in order to increase conversions and improve ROI.You'll work at pace and relish the opportunity to work on the full customer journey for two amazing brands, what's not to like?What experience you'll need Solid track record in eCommerce gained within a B2B/ wholesale retail environment.  Strong knowledge of eCommerce platforms and functionality, ideally with experience of working on Magento platforms. Analytical and excited about using data to drive strategy and seeing the amazing results it can generate. Strong commercial acumen and market awareness. Excellent stakeholder management, relationship building skills and the ability to influence. A confident self-starter, able to work autonomously and within teams. What you'll get in return for your talentsThere’s a competitive salary on offer here, in the region of £40-45k, DOE, along with a host of other great benefits and a lovely office based in Banbury.What's next?Get in touch with Rina to hear the finer details on this one. 
  • 30th Mar

    FPGA Engineer

    — Award-winning start-up in the artificial intelligence space

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£50K
    Cutting edge AI technologies. Award-winning start-up. Commutable from Bristol, Bath, and Swindon. Responsible for the development of cutting-edge artificial intelligence hardware, this award-winning business is seeking a Hardware Engineer to join this growing business. Commutable from Bristol, Bath, and Swindon, this role is a hands-on opportunity, broadening the horizon of artificial intelligence applications. What experience you will need: Programming FPGAs with Verilog/System verilog. Ability to work independently or as part of a wider team. Innovative focus, with a passion for design and development. Experience with C/C++. Experience with PCle would be advantageous. What you’ll be doing: You will be required to program FPGAs with Verilog/System verilog. You will be able to work independently - alongside feeling comfortable in communicating with your wider team. You will work with the team to create innovative solutions, optimizing design, and push the business forward. What you’ll get in return for your talents:The business is set in one of the nicest co-working spaces we've seen as a business, and one of the business perks include access to a nerf gun and drones to chill out after a long day.In addition to this, you'll get access to a comprehensive benefits package, alongside the chance to join at a crucial phase in the company’s growth. Still embedded in the exciting developmental stages, this is a role that allows for creativity, ingenuity, and innovation. What’s next? For more information or to apply, apply direct to this advert to speak with Heather. 
  • 30th Mar

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Green Energy, Amazing Product

    Location:
    Gloucester
    Type:
    Salary:
    £38K - £50K
    First of its kind green energy project in the UK. Flexible & remote working / interviews. R&D time with scope to pick up new & emerging tech.  Full-Stack Developer needed for a unique energy company in Gloucester. They are developing first-of-its-kind energy storage systems in the UK and are looking for a developer who can play a leading role in how their applications are built. The company have already taken the equivalent of c200,000 cars off the road through their innovative storage solutions and with over £100 million in funding they're 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 Proven background in Python development using Django. Significant knowledge of JavaScript and at least one modern library. Understanding of database design and cloud technology (preferably AWS). Experience with responsive websites and API development.  Background in engineering or physical sciences would be preferred though not essential. An interest/passion renewable energy and sustainable technology. What you'll be doing  Working in a small agile team your role will be broad and varied. You’ll play a key part in ensuring the quality of products through code reviewing and regular training. The core part of the role will be spent developing real-time energy monitoring applications from inception through build to operation and working on their innovative energy trading platform. They’ll also involve you in gathering and analysing project and customer requirements alongside the project management and engineering team. They need someone who can bridge the gap between their real-time back-end system and the web user interface, with good scope to integrate new & emerging tech into their wider stack.  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 with an excellent benefits package that includes; annual bonus, flexible working hours, 2 days a week remote working (full-time during coronavirus!), a stimulating working environment and the knowledge that your code is contributing towards a greener planet. What’s next? Send in your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 30th Mar

    Senior Product Owner/ Product Director

    — Public Sector Clients

    Location:
    Bristol or Oxfordshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £70k
    Product Owner/ Senior Product Owner opportunity to join a leading digital agency. Role location is flexible, either Bristol, Oxfordshire or London. Work with their government clients on large scale projects. We’re working with an established digital agency that, due to growth are now searching for a Senior Product Owner to work within their public sector client base, owning the product vision and leading on projects.  What you’ll be doing As Product Director, you will come in take a step back and be responsible for designing, developing and owning the product roadmap and prioritising development efforts to enable the businesses to drive proactive and very targeted growth within your client base. You’ll be translating features and developments in the product roadmap into details technical specifications and will oversee the delivery of this through guiding the activity of the development functions with the support of Delivery Managers. This is an end to end Product Manager role, so you will be doing everything you’d expect from Agile rituals, through to creating user stories and test cases, through to managing and reporting on the backlog and progress against the roadmap.  This role is strategic, you will set the vision for your clients on product and digital strategies in collaboration with your clients and the wider team and you will be responsible for the quality of the products, the go to person for any strategic product advice, able to help your colleagues and support them by being the point of escalation driving positive outcomes.  What experience you’ll need  You will currently be working as a Product Owner within the public sector or in a similar role crossing over into product such as a UX Designer, Developer, Tech Director or even Delivery Manager/ Senior Digital Project Manager. Understanding of GDS framework and have delivered projects encompassing GDS (Government Digital Service) assessments and tollgates within that.  You will understand the complexities, challenges and solutions that have worked for you. Strong technical understanding, experience working on projects across user experience, integrations, content management and content strategy.  A natural leader, that can mentor, coach and lead on projects, coming up with solutions and being the go to person for all product related questions from strategy through to delivery. Analytical mind and passionate about customers and building the best possible user experience, monitoring your metrics and see whether you’re delivering.  Strong communication skills as this role is client-facing and involves a lot of stakeholder management. Agile experience.  Experience in strategic product development as you’ll own the direction of your clients digital products. What you’ll get in return for your talents A competitive salary is on offer in the range of £45k - £70k, which will entirely come down to experience. In addition to this you’ll receive a company bonus, pension, healthcare and the opportunity to join an employee owned business where you have autonomy and contribute to the direction of the business.  What’s next? If you have public sector experience and meet the above criteria then click apply or email an updated CV through to francesca@adlib-recruitment.co.uk for immediate consideration.  
  • 30th Mar

    Head of Manufacturing

    — Cutting edge Scientific Imaging

    Location:
    Oxford
    Type:
    Salary:
    £75,000 - £100,000 + benefits
    Head of Manufacturing - Cutting edge Scientific Imaging Award winning Technology Strong growth potential Outstanding culture and diversity £75,000 - £100,000 + benefits. What you’ll be doing:Working hands-on as a leader of 10, you'll be driving the production and delivery on time for Microscopy technology, whilst being on top of supply chain, quality and logistics. The role will call upon your ability to be innovative and creative, whilst directing future solutions and strategy. What experience you’ll need to apply? PhD in Engineering, Science or Physics related fields. Strong working knowledge of Microscopy or Imaging; Electron Microscopy (TEM or SEM), Optical Microscopy or Micro imagining would be highly beneficial. Experienced Managing the Production of low volume/high value complex devices. Passion for Science and innovation, with impeccable attention to detail. Any experience in managing multi-disciplined teams would be desirable. What's next? Apply now for a swift response or call 0117 926 9530 if you would like any further information.
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