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  • 13th May

    Hot Jobs Lead QA Engineer

    — Creative tech business with network spanning worldwide

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £65K
    Very unique model, started in Bristol in 2016 and now worldwide. Revolutionising the creative industry.  Flexible/Remote working, high-spec tech, social team.     We’re helping a creative tech business with a network spanning worldwide find a Lead QA Engineer to join them in Bristol or London (popping into the office every week or two minimum). They offer a cloud-based digital commerce & recording platform with technology spanning across web publishing, video streaming/processing, digital audio, revolutionising the industry. One of Europe’s fastest growing businesses with no plans to slow down! What experience you'll need Relevant experience within Lead QA roles. Proven commercial experience with Cucumber and Gherkin. Excellent stakeholder management skills. Strong working knowledge of Jira and the Atlassian Suite. Solid experience with cross browser tools and techniques. Competent with modern E2E test frameworks such as Cypress, TestCafe and/or WebdriverIO. Experienced in API testing using industry standard tools such as Postman. Strong technical knowledge in the web and mobile web platforms. Security risks and vulnerabilities knowledge (OWASP top ten etc). Good understanding of HTTP. Good understanding of REST. You understand the difference between client and server-side rendering. What you'll be doing You’ll get the chance to work with stakeholders in the design and implementation of test strategy for existing and new features as well as provide technical and theoretical advice and guidance to their Scrum teams around test strategies for both manual and automated tests. You’ll also configure and set-up of tools within the QA domain whilst maintaining documentation related to QA. Act as an escalation point for QA issues for multiple programmes of work as well as lead and mentor other QA Engineers. You’ll get to work closely with the Engineering Director and other Lead Developers/Engineers to continuously improve testing and QA practices as well as ensure the right tooling and frameworks are in place to enable their Scrum teams to deliver against business goals. What you'll get in return for your talents A salary up to £65K DOE and some generous benefits, including company share percentage, high-spec tech setup, healthy pension, flexible working hours. When able to, the team likes to get together for social events, there’s a key focus on company culture, a family feel and a great chance to bond with the people you work with. What's next? If you like the sound of this one, drop me Tareek a message to find out more.
  • 6th May

    Hot Jobs Programme Lead

    — Digital Transformation within the Electrical Vehicle market

    Location:
    Swindon + Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £100k
    Programme Lead opportunity developing digital products across web, app, platform and MarTech. Be part of a growing global organization with a focus on EV. Competitive salary up to £100k plus bonus and benefits. We’re looking for an experienced Programme Lead/ Head of Programme Management to join an established organization who are on an exciting adventure to grow the Electrical Vehicle market. You will lead the delivery of crucial initiatives to deliver outstanding customer experiences (predominantly across web and app). What you’ll be doing As Programme Lead, you will be responsible for driving the digital transformation of the EV arm on across Europe, New Zealand and Australia. You will create and improve digital capabilities that meet the strategic objectives, developing an agile delivery team. You will lead the digital transformation, prioritise, manage, and deliver business change demand for digital initiatives, translating customer needs. You will review where digital can drive value, understanding the environment, automation, processes and looking at the effectiveness. In addition to the above you will be responsible for developing processes and systems and delivering the product program, creating roadmaps, and aligning projects to meet the overall vision and strategies. You improve planning, processes implementing improvements and measuring success, regularly meeting with the product and tech team to share knowledge and collaborate across the organization. What experience you’ll need Prior experience in a senior programme management role; whether that’s as a Senior Programme Manager, Programme Lead, Head of Programme Management or Director of Programme Management. Agile, web development, app development and MarTech experience. Experience of owning digital product portfolios, prioritizing the strategic alignment and ensuring only high value project are being delivered. Natural leader with strong communication skills managing stakeholders across the globe. Breadth of experience in Digital PMO leading complex programs and initiatives. Experienced in developing processes and leading efforts for consistency across all initiatives. Adobe (Target, Analytics, AEM) experience. The role is based 2 days per week in Swindon so you will be comfortable with going to the office. What you’ll get in return for your talents This is a great role offering a competitive salary of up to £100k for the right person. You will also receive an excellent benefits package including a bonus. The requirement for this role is to be in the Swindon office 2 days per week. What’s next? If you’re an experienced Programme Lead and are interested in finding out more, please apply with an up to date CV for immediate consideration.      
  • 19th May

    Digital Project Manager

    — Leading Web Development Agency

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30000 - £55000
    Join award winning eCommerce agency as Project Manager. Variety of high-profile projects and clients to work with. Beautiful offices, with 100% remote working permanently available too. My client is looking for Junior, Midweight and Senior Project Managers to come on board and play a key role in the continued growth and success of the business. As an award winning agency, they thrive in providing high quality work on a consitent basis, which has formed the base for such growth. This in turn with a collaborative culture of very talented people is a recipe for success. Are you a Project Manager with experience of eCommerce/digital/software projects? Do you thrive to be part of an agency with true flexibility, genuine career development and amazing benefits + perks? If this sounds like you, read on! What you’ll be doing You will be joining one of the best eCommerce agencies in the UK, who have continuously won national awards for their work since their inception 20 years ago. Whilst my client is clearly very good at what they do, they firmly believe that people are the most important part of their business, so they’ve worked hard to ensure a fun, friendly and progressive culture is in place. What does this mean for you? Well as Project Manager, you’ll be working closely with a team of other Project and Account Managers on a variety of eCommerce web design and build projects ensuring client satisfaction is always apparent. Whilst projects are mainly B2C, you’ll enjoy variety of size, scope, budget, complexity and stakeholders. From day one you will benefit from unwavering support from the Delivery Director and Client Services Director who both have been with the agency for a combined 15 years+. This means support and guidance without micromanagement, and weekly/monthly reviews to ensure you are on track to achieve your next promotion within the agency. You will play a key role in determining your own objectives and goals, and you will have access to achieving additional certifications and qualifications, 100% paid for by the agency. There is a very low turnover of staff here, even through Covid times they continued to thrive with no furloughs or redundancies. This is because they have a very strong client base to rely on and people are treated with respect, recognition, and autonomy to do their job, whilst being well financially rewarded too! This is a superb opportunity to be part of a multi-award-winning agency who continue to grow through successful projects with exciting clients, known as one of the best agencies in the UK for their work. Applicants of all experience levels will be considered, with salaries dependant on experience from £30k to £50k. What experience you’ll need Previous experience as Project Manager, Digital Producer or Account Manager with hands on experience of website development projects. Preferrably experience in an agency or software house opposed to "in house" or "client side". Interest or experience in eCommerce platforms such as Magento, Shopify or Big Commerce for example. Comfortable in a fast paced, Agile environment managing multiple tasks simultaneously. You will be ambitious and driven, and a passionate about a career within a great digital agency who are really going places. As a communicative and confident stakeholder manager, you’ll utilise your previous experience to keep everyone informed along the way, obtaining buy-in and sign off for briefs, ensuring everything runs smoothly from inception to delivery. Comfortable with excel and different software systems and tools. You will be passionate about the digital world and understand the full development lifecycle. Naturally you’ll be extremely organised, ensuring projects are being delivered on time and on budget and everything runs like clockwork. Eager to be part of a friendly and sociable team with a family mentality. What you’ll get in return for your talents Furthermore, you will be part of an agency that devotes a lot of time, money, and effort into developing your career including paid for training courses, qualifications, and career progression, as well as an annual bonus! This agency is performing very well and offer the chance to play a key role in the continued success. What’s next? If you’re looking to get involved in some exciting projects at this cutting-edge digital agency, please apply via this advert, or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment ASAP to be considered.
  • 19th May

    Project Manager

    — Real Career Progression

    Location:
    East Midlands, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30000 - £50000
    Exciting opportunity to join an international eCommerce agency. Variety of high-profile projects and clients to work with. Superb office in East Midlands, with flexible working available. Are you a Project Manager looking to expand your eCommerce knowledge with an international agency? Would you enjoy working with market leading brands on exciting, complex website development projects? If so, read on. What you’ll be doing As Project Manager you will be joining one of the biggest Digital and eCommerce agencies in the UK to ensure the successful design and delivery of eCommerce web development projects. To ensure this is achieved, you will work closely with other project stakeholders including fellow Project Managers, Account Managers, Business Analysts, Design Teams and Development teams (both inhouse and offshore), whilst reporting into the Delivery Director and offering superb client relationship management. You’ll enjoy working with small local businesses and ethical clients through to multinational conglomerates and forward-thinking brands, delivering eCommerce projects that vary in size, budget, scope, and complexity. My client has grown at an impressive rate in recent years, as they offer the ability to service clients on multiple CMS including Magento, Shopify, Big Commerce and a bespoke solution, as well as other types of web and software solutions including digital marketing. As my client has grown hires have been made with the pure remit of ensuring employee satisfaction and retention is at an all time high which includes improved flexible working, bonuses, perks and arguably most impressively – designated budget for additional training and qualifications. In short, this is a superb opportunity to be part of a multi-award-winning agency who continue to grow through successful projects with exciting clients, known as one of the best agencies in the UK for their work. What experience you’ll need Previous experience as Project Manager or similar. Previous experience in a fast paced, agile agency environment. Strong understanding of eCommerce platforms such as Magento, Shopify or BigCommerce. You’ll need to be a confident communicator, hands on approach to problem solving and ensuring that things keep running smoothly. You will be ambitious and driven, and a passionate about a career within eCommerce and digital. As a communicative and confident stakeholder manager, you’ll utilise your previous experience to keep everyone informed along the way, obtaining buy-in and sign off for briefs, ensuring everything runs smoothly from inception to delivery. Comfortable with excel and different software systems and tools. Naturally you’ll be extremely organised, ensuring projects are being delivered on time and on budget and everything runs like clockwork. Eager to be part of a friendly and sociable team with a family mentality. Live within a commutable distance to the office (East Midlands). Flexible working is available, ideally visiting the office twice a week. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be part of an agency that devotes a lot of time, resource, and effort into developing your career with a clear path to progression. You’ll enjoy autonomy and flexible working with 25 days annual leave + bank holidays and some great perks including budget for additional certifications. What’s next? If you have experience delivering eCommerce projects apply asap. Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment is handling this requirement.
  • 19th May

    Project Manager

    — Leading eCommerce Agency

    Location:
    London / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40000 - £60000
    Join this global eCommerce agency as Project Manager. Enjoy a variety of high-profile clients and large scale, complex projects. Be part of continued growth, working 100% remote long term if desired. Do you have a penchant for leading website development projects? Are you fascinated by eCommerce? Do you thrive in a fast paced, agile agency environment? This could be your next move… Join a market leading, award winning agency as Project Manager. What you’ll be doing You will be a key part of a successful and growing team, providing support to ensure that all projects run smoothly and without hitch. Reporting into the Delivery Director, you will work closely with other Project Managers, Account Managers as well as tech and creative teams, managing complex eCommerce development projects, typically with budgets from £300k to £500k as well as the chance to jump on a £1.5m project they’re currently working on! As my client continues to perform well and grow, you will enjoy ownership of a brand new project, as well as exposure to other projects, primarily using Magento. The role of Project Manager here entails a lot of client interaction so strong communication skills, account management and an ability to build lasting relationships quickly will be a great asset to have, as well as overall superb stakeholder management skills. Whilst my client is a global agency, market leaders in some countries, they have maintained their close-knit team mentality, with well sized teams in each office. We are looking to bring on board someone who knows their stuff, but more importantly is a natural team player, collaborative, and thrives in helping those around them. Please note whilst the office is based in London, true flexible working is available with the option to be 100% remote permanently. This agency is experienced with remote onboarding and working with international teams, colleagues and clients. This is a superb opportunity to be part of a multi-award-winning agency who continue to grow through successful projects with exciting clients, known as one of the best agencies in the UK for their work. What experience you’ll need Experience as a Project Manager leading eCommerce projects. Experience working with large scale, complex projects with bigger budgets. Understanding of different types of eCommerce CMS – Magento, Shopify, Big Commerce for example. Ability to manage the client relationship working closely with Account Managers. Use PM tools such as Jira/Atlassian tools, Gantt charts or similar. Manage project documentation such as timelines, risk logs, reports and change controls. Ability to run workshops and presentations. You’ll need to be a confident communicator, hands on approach to problem solving and ensuring that things keep running smoothly. Comfortable in a fast paced, Agile environment managing multiple tasks simultaneously. You will be ambitious and driven, and a passionate about a career within a great digital agency who are really going places. You will be passionate about the digital world and understand the full development lifecycle. Eager to be part of a friendly and sociable team with a family mentality – whether working in the London office or remotely. What you’ll get in return for your talents Autonomy and freedom with plenty of support and development opportunities. My client actively encourages gaining additional qualifications, and a clear and defined career progression plan. You’ll also enjoy a very competitive base salary based on experience, and some great perks. What’s next? If you have strong eCommerce Project Management experience apply asap. To discuss further, contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment who is handling this vacancy exclusively on behalf of the client.
  • 19th May

    eCommerce Account Manager

    — Amazing Clients

    Location:
    Manchester / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30000 - £43000
    eCommerce Account Manager opportunity, 100% remote/flexible working available. Amazing reputation with clients and employees alike. Superb onboarding, training, career progression, salary and perks. This is a new opportunity for a talented eCommerce Account Manager who would love nothing more than being part of a fun, fast paced agency delivering world class service to a real variety of emerging and established clients. Please note this role offers 100% remote working permanently, we are accepting applicants from all over the UK over the festive period, with a view to commencing interviews in January 2022. What you'll be doing You’ll be joining a high performing, experienced, and friendly team as eCommerce Account Manager to support development and CX teams in providing superb client management. No two days are the same in this role, where things can change at the drop of a hat, however you will enjoy thorough process and procedure which has been implemented and regularly adapted for years which the team and Directors know creates success. Ultimately you will have prior experience maximising client relationships within eCommerce, ideally in an agency environment, where you can liaise with technical and non-technical stakeholders to manage expectations and ensure satisfaction regularly, leading to repeat business and referrals. You will enjoy great exposure to the business, with involvement internally on strategy meetings, pitches for new business, road mapping with the CX team, weekly to quarterly reviews, and other exciting projects happening from white papers to AI development. This of course entails liaising with other Account Managers, Project Managers, the Dev Squad and Senior Management regularly. Externally, you will have regular BAU and planning meetings with clients and other stakeholders to solve specific problems or bring new ideas to table to improve performance from maximising online sales to Black Friday plans. As eCommerce Account Manager you will be encouraged to use the experienced and talented people around you to deliver success – my client works in an incredibly collaborative way where questions are welcomed and rewarded. For remote working you’ll be pleased to know that the onboarding process here is superb, with regular virtual and face to face activities as well as top of the range equipment and tools. In terms of progression, you will enjoy regular reviews to ensure you’re on track for that next promotion, true flexible and autonomous working, a very competitive salary, benefits and perks. What experience you'll need Previous experience as a Client Services Manager, Account Manager or similar. Experience in an agency (fast paced and agile would be perfect). Exposure to web/digital/eCommerce projects (eCommerce would be perfect). Superb client management skills with outstanding stakeholder management skills. An ability to work cross-functionally in a multi-skilled agency. Calm under pressure, with a knack of managing multiple tasks simultaneously without compromising on quality or quantity of service. Commercially and strategically aware considering the “bigger picture”. Positive, enthusiastic, and friendly mentality. Self-motivated, comfortable working remotely long term. What you'll get in return for your talents  Competitive salary with superb perks – 100% remote/flexible working, genuine career progression, additional training and certifications, bonuses, fun and friendly team. What's next? To be considered send your CV asap or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment for more info.
  • 19th May

    Project Manager

    — Perfect time to join this agency

    Location:
    Nottingham / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30000 - £38000
    ·         An exciting time to join a newly re-branded agency as Project Manager. ·         Lovely clients to work with from a range of industries. ·         Enjoy autonomy, influence, and genuine career development. If you'd love nothing more than to work for a leading digital and eCommerce agency as a Project Manager, then this could be the role you've been waiting for. My client is based in the Nottingham area, offering fully remote working on government advice with a long term permanent policy to be in the office on average twice a week. What you'll be doing There has never been a more exciting time to join the business as three high performing agencies join forces to create one group that offers a variety of services from Digital Marketing to eCommerce. As Digital Project Manager, you’ll manage an array of digital projects, varying in size and complexity, with full ownership end to end. Projects typically will entail website development, some with eCommerce functionality, as well as wider digital channels such as SEO, PPC and social. You will enjoy working closely with developers, designers, and client services to deliver the highest possible standard of work - keeping your lovely clients coming back for more! This role presents an opportunity for continued development and training with a clear path to progression into more senior roles within project management and the wider business. What experience you'll need ·         You’ll ideally have experience as Project Manager, Digital Producer or Account Manager looking to move into Project Management. ·         You will have experience of agency life, working in a fast-paced agile environment. ·         Good exposure to digital, eCommerce or web related projects is essential. ·         First rate client management skills and stakeholder management. ·         Excellent communication, organisational and time management skills. ·         Personable, hard working with a desire to learn and progress. ·         Comfortable working remotely or commutable to the Nottingham office. What you'll get in return for your talents Annual leave of 25 days + your birthday off, profit share scheme, adhoc perks and incentives. What’s more, you will receive a competitive salary upon experience in addition to the opportunity to work for an employer who encourages and supports personal and professional growth, within a very friendly team culture. What's next? If you think you fit the bill, apply for the role asap or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment for more information!
  • 19th May

    Head of Project Management

    — International eCommerce Agency

    Location:
    East Midlands / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50000 - £70000
    Exciting opportunity to lead the Project Management Team of an international eCommerce agency. Variety of high-profile projects and clients to work with. Superb office in East Midlands, flexible and 100% remote working available too. Are you a Senior Project Manager, Head of Project Management or Project Team Lead looking to utilise your eCommerce knowledge with an international agency? Would you enjoy working with market leading brands on exciting, complex website development projects? If so, read on. What you’ll be doing As Head of Project Management, you will be joining one of the biggest Digital and eCommerce agencies in the UK to lead the successful design and delivery of eCommerce web development projects. You’ll work with a team of successful Project Managers where you will lead, inspire, and develop them to build effective strategic client relationships where they will take projects from conception through to delivery. You’ll also be working with other project stakeholders such as Account Managers, Business Analysts, Design Teams, and Development Teams (inhouse and offshore), whilst reporting to the eCommerce & Delivery Director. You’ll enjoy working with a variety of clients from local and ethical businesses through to multinational conglomerates and forward-thinking brands delivering eCommerce projects that vary in size, budget, scope, and complexity. Our client has grown at an impressive rate and offer the ability to service clients on CMS such as Magento, Shopify, Big Commerce, and bespoke solutions. As my client has grown, hires have been made with the pure remit of ensuring employee satisfaction and retention is at an all-time high which includes improved flexible working, bonuses, perks and arguably most impressively – designated budget for additional training and qualifications. In short, this is a superb opportunity to be part of a multi-award-winning agency who continue to grow through successful projects with exciting clients, known as one of the best agencies in the UK for their work. What experience you’ll need Previous experience as Head of Project Management or similar role. Ability to thrive in a fast paced, agile agency environment. Strong understanding of eCommerce platforms such as Magento, Shopify or BigCommerce. You’ll need to be a confident communicator, hands on approach to problem solving and ensuring that things keep running smoothly. Exceptional leadership skills to guide an ambitious, driven, and passionate team in a career within eCommerce and digital. As a communicative and confident manager, you’ll utilise your previous experience to make sure the team and stakeholders are informed along the way, obtaining buy-in and sign off for briefs, ensuring everything runs smoothly from inception to delivery. Comfortable with excel and different software systems and tools. Naturally you’ll be extremely organised, ensuring projects are being delivered on time and on budget and everything runs like clockwork. Eager to be part of a friendly and sociable team with a family mentality. Comfortable being office based, hybrid, or 100% remote. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be part of an agency that devotes a lot of time, resource, and effort into developing your career with a clear path to progression. You’ll enjoy autonomy, flexible working and budget for additional certifications in league with real influence in the Project Management function. What’s next? Please apply through this advert or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment for more information.
  • 19th May

    Project Manager

    — Leading Digital Agency

    Location:
    London / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35000 - £45000
    Exciting opportunity to join an international Digital agency. Very impressive list of clients to work with, from electronics to not-for-profit. Superb office in London, with hybrid and 100% remote working available. Are you a Project Manager looking to be part of an award-winning international digital agency? Do you strive to work with not-for-profit, public sector and market leading businesses? Do you look for a real team culture with the chance to gain paid-for qualifications? If so, take a look at this! What you’ll be doing As Project Manager you will be joining one of the most respected Digital agencies in the UK to ensure the successful design and delivery of web development projects. To ensure this is achieved, you will be closely involved from the start to the end of each project, from discovery, planning, production through to deployment and maintenance. You will be responsible for scheduling, managing scope creep and reporting to stakeholders to ensure the project is delivered on time and budget. You’ll have exceptional communication skills to liaise with clients in and out of meetings when developing the project and maintaining customer focus. You’ll look to contribute ideas from a logical, pragmatic view with the end-user in mind. Our client designs, developers, promotes and supports projects such as website redesign, brand refresh, brand consolidation, marketing, UX enhancement and technical support, and great news for you, they also have a superb client list. This includes household names across food, fashion, electronics and more, however as they grow their public sector and not-for-profit offering, you will enjoy ownership of these clients, as well as exposure to the aforementioned. There is a real focus on creating something that is both technically superb and beautiful to look at, so an analytical mindframe with exposure to UX/UI could come in handy. This is a great opportunity to join a leading digital agency on website development projects, working with a variety of clients, seriously talented development, and design teams, with true autonomy and influence. What’s more the role offers 100% working, and budget set aside for additional learning and qualifications. What experience you’ll need Experience as a digital project manager, preferably in an agency. Previous experience in a fast paced, agile agency environment. Have great analytical skills with experience within UX / development. Strong understanding of Drupal, WordPress or Laravel. You’ll need to be a confident communicator, hands on approach to problem solving and ensuring that things keep running smoothly. You will be ambitious and driven, and a passionate about a career within digital. As a communicative and confident stakeholder manager, you’ll utilise your previous experience to keep everyone informed along the way, obtaining buy-in and sign off for briefs, ensuring everything runs smoothly from inception to delivery. Comfortable with excel and different software systems and tools. Naturally you’ll be extremely organised, ensuring projects are being delivered on time and on budget and everything runs like clockwork. Eager to be part of a friendly and sociable team with a family mentality. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be part of a growing agency that devotes a lot of time, resource, and effort into developing your career with a clear path to progression. You’ll enjoy remote/flexible/office-based working alongside career development and some nice benefits and perks. What’s next? Please apply through this posting or contact Jingwei at ADLIB Recruitment for more information.  
  • 19th May

    Account Manager

    — eCommerce Agency

    Location:
    South West / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £27000 - £35000
    Successful specialist ecommerce agency to call home. Fantastic portfolio of well-known brands to work with. Remote working options.  This is a great chance to join a multi-award-winning ecommerce agency who work with some excellent retail clients and well-known brands! The role offers 100% remote working long term, however you are more than welcome to visit the S/W office any time. What you’ll be doing This is a fast paced, plate spinning role for an ambitious and solutions orientated Account Manager.  You’ll be joining one of the South West’s top eCommerce agencies working with an impressive client list on a range of digital projects with a strong technical focus. Due to the nature of the websites and products they develop you will need to be a Digital Account Manager with a decent understanding and strong interest in technology. Naturally, you will be a great communicator with the ability to grasp the nitty gritty details of briefs, ensuring clients’ needs are passed effectively to the development team. With your proactive mind-set, you’ll use data and insights to foresee problems before they arise, ensuring everything runs smoothly and clients are happy. What experience you’ll need  You’ll ideally be an Account Manager or Customer Success Manager from a digital/eCommerce agency or possibly an inhouse eCommerce Manager. You’ll ideally understand complex design and build processes. If you have worked with clients within the retail/ eCommerce space (knowledge of Shopify a bonus, not a pre-requisite). Experience in maintaining strong client relationships is key.  You’ll need to be proactive and be able to think on your feet. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return, a competitive salary is on offer, entirely dependent on experience. This is a fast growing, successful agency with a roster of impressive clients you can be proud to work with. It's a fun place to work too, somewhere you can progress through the ranks and build a long-term career! What’s next? Apply now or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment for more information.
  • 18th May

    eCommerce Account Manager

    — Impressive range of clients to work with

    Location:
    Southwest / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    ££28000 - ££40000
    Join leading digital/eCommerce agency as Account Manager. Opportunity to work 100% remotely permanently, or hybrid in a buzzy office. Superb training, development and career progression including bonuses and additional qualifications paid for! This is a brand spanking new opportunity for a talented Account Manager who would love nothing more than to get their teeth stuck into a range of world-renowned clients to help strategize and deliver eCommerce development projects. Please note this role offers 100% remote working permanently, with no expectation to visit the office located in the Southwest, however if commutable, you are very welcome to join the collaborative and ‘buzzy’ office environment. What you'll be doing You’ll be joining a well-established, experienced, and friendly team to manage the efficient production of eCommerce projects, ensuring they’re on brief, on time and on budget. You will be pivotal in managing client relationship and being the lynchpin between agency and client. As a seasoned Account Manager, you will be bringing your expertise to a leading digital agency who specialise in eCommerce web design and build projects. You will be part of the Client Services team which comprises Account Managers and Project Managers reporting to the Delivery Director and Client Services Director. You will have previous experience of web technologies or eCommerce, working in a fast-paced agile environment, with incredible communication skills where to can liaise with technical and non-technical stakeholders as well as manage expectations across the board. In this role you will feel part of a talented team and be in a great position to further grow and develop and throughout Covid, this agency has continued to grow their team and their client base. For remote working you’ll be pleased to know that the onboarding process here is absolutely superb, with regular virtual and face to face activities as well as sound day to day processes and procedures in place. In terms of progression, you will enjoy regular reviews to ensure you’re on track for that next promotion, 6 monthly salary reviews, dedicated budget for you to gain additional certifications/qualifications, annual bonuses and true flexible working. What experience you'll need Previous experience as a Client Services Manager, Account Manager, Senior Account Manager, or similar. Experience in an agency (fast paced and agile would be perfect). Exposure to web/digital/eCommerce projects. Superb client management skills with outstanding stakeholder management skills. An ability to work cross-functionally in a multi-skilled agency. Calm under pressure, with a knack of managing multiple tasks simultaneously without compromising on quality or quantity of service. Any exposure to eCommerce would be advantageous. Commercially and strategically aware considering the “bigger picture”. Positive, enthusiastic and friendly mentality. What you'll get in return for your talents  Competitive salary with superb perks – 100% remote/flexible working, genuine career progression, additional training and certifications, bonuses, fun and friendly team. What's next? To be considered send your CV asap or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment for more info.
  • 18th May

    Solutions Developer

    — Creative Agency

    Location:
    London / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40k Bonus & Benefits
    Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To work for.  Great opportunity for growth and upskilling. Remote Work. We have an opportunity for a Junior/Mid-level Solutions Developer to join the analytics function of a creative marketing agency. What you'll be doingAs a part of the wider Solutions Development team who provide a bridge between our primary data collection software supplier and the business, along with maintaining the current systems. You’ll be involved in a wide range of tasks, including supporting our legacy systems, modifying databases according to requests, and developing data visualisation/dashboards offering internally & externally.What experience you'll need to apply for this role VBA, SQL  Knowledge of Power BI or tableau  Python or any OOP language would be desired but not essential  Previous development or analytical experience.  What you'll get in return for your experienceA competitive package of around £40K, benefits and bonus dependent on experience.
  • 17th May

    Senior DevOps Engineer

    — Industry leading AI business

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £100,000pa
    Work on a industry leading AI product. Lead DevOps projects from inception to deployment. Excellent benefits package. This is an incredible opportunity to join a business who are on a mission to revolutionise human-machine communication. By teaching machines to understand natural language and hold human-level conversations, they help businesses to transform their customer experience, create revenue, improve operational efficiency and prove ROI quickly.  From day one, their focus has been on creating a voice self-service experience in any language, regardless of accents or slang. Their main goal is to deliver enterprise-ready voice assistants that match and excel household names.  They are currently looking for a passionate and dedicated Senior DevOps Engineer to join their DevOps team who will help to support their innovative conversational AI products. What you'll be doing: Your responsibilities will involve managing and upgrading cloud infrastructure for their products and the Engineering team. Over the next 12 months, this will include: Building, configuring and maintaining cloud infrastructure for new and existing clients, working with the rest of the team to shape the next generation of conversation products. Configuring and maintaining development infrastructure, working with software engineers to build “DevOps best practice” and efficient processes. Monitoring and updating their infrastructure to ensure it stays secure and scales with the demands of a growing company. Being part of their on-call rota to support our engineering systems. What experience you will need to apply:   3-5 years of previous commercial Devops experience. Knowledge of AWS Cloud tooling with experience of building modern and secure commercial deployments. Experience with DevOps tools such as Terraform and/or Ansible. Experience in building and maintaining CI/CD pipelines. Experience administering Kubernetes clusters and awareness of Serverless technology. Wider experience with other cloud services such as GCP, Azure. What you'll get in return for your experience: My client offer a competitive salary (up to £100,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package. Some of the highlights include enhanced parental leave, L/D budget, Private health care and Dental as well as many more.  Whats next: Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.  
  • 16th May

    Software Engineer

    — Drone Start-Up

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £75,000
    Join a growing Engineering Start-Up. Chance to work on exciting Greenfield projects.  Hybrid (2/3 trips to the office a month).  Do you want to help revolutionise the future of transportation and smart cities? My client has aspirations of being the world’s leading Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) infrastructure provider. The industry is estimated to reach US$115 billion annually by 2035 with ground infrastructure being a critical enabler. No other infrastructure manufacturer will give you the opportunity to work with some of the industry’s leading electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft manufacturers. They are looking for a Software Engineer to join the CTO & Tech Lead and help us not only build a world-leading product but a world leading organisation. They are a small, highly capable and motivated team. You won’t be stuck behind a desk all day coding. You will have the opportunity to support our sites and partners all around the world by building highly-available & secure API integration's. What you'll be doing: Be responsible for the development of some of the core software platforms across the drone services business. Be responsible for translating customer requirements to a software solution architecture and managing the execution on the design together with our software development partners. You will work closely with your colleagues in their IT team to streamline solutions across the business and leverage our joint IT infrastructure. What experience you'll need to apply:   Azure Functions, Azure App Service, Azure IOT Hub - an ability to develop solutions in a cloud environment is important. Micro-services development in Python and Go. Because our services integrate systems across a global supply chain, building scalable and secure REST & gRPC APIs is critical. Middleware technologies including MQTT and AMQP are also hot on their radar! We will be generating an enormous amount of product data so technologies such as Apache Spark, Apache Kafka, Apache HBase, Azure Synapse Analytics, Azure Data Factory, SQL/No SQL operational databases are critical. What you'll get in return for your experience: My client are offering a competitive salary (up to £75,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package that includes stock options.  Whats next: Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.  
  • 16th May

    Senior Software Engineer

    — Drone Start-Up

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £85,000
    Join a growing Engineering Start-Up. Chance to work on exciting Greenfield projects.  Hybrid (2/3 trips to the office a month).  Do you want to help revolutionise the future of transportation and smart cities? My client has aspirations of being the world’s leading Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) infrastructure provider. The industry is estimated to reach US$115 billion annually by 2035 with ground infrastructure being a critical enabler. No other infrastructure manufacturer will give you the opportunity to work with some of the industry’s leading electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft manufacturers. They are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join the CTO & Tech Lead and help us not only build a world-leading product but a world leading organisation. We are a small, highly capable and motivated team. You won’t be stuck behind a desk all day coding. You will have the opportunity to support our sites and partners all around the world by building highly-available & secure API integration's. What you'll be doing: Be responsible for the development of some of the core software platforms across the drone services business. Be responsible for translating customer requirements to a software solution architecture and managing the execution on the design together with our software development partners. You will work closely with your colleagues in their IT team to streamline solutions across the business and leverage our joint IT infrastructure.   What experience you'll need to apply:   Azure Functions, Azure App Service, Azure IOT Hub - an ability to develop solutions in a cloud environment is important. Micro-services development in Python and Go. Because our services integrate systems across a global supply chain, building scalable and secure REST & gRPC APIs is critical. Middleware technologies including MQTT and AMQP are also hot on their radar! We will be generating an enormous amount of product data so technologies such as Apache Spark, Apache Kafka, Apache HBase, Azure Synapse Analytics, Azure Data Factory, SQL/No SQL operational databases are critical. What you'll get in return for your experience: My client are offering a competitive salary (up to £85,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package that includes stock options.  Whats next: Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.
  • 16th May

    Tech Recruiter

    — Web, Software, DevOps

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive
    Join a well-established South-West tech team working with some of the hottest start-ups, industry disruptors and frankly, ingenious product development businesses around. Work for the UK’s only B Corp certified Tech Recruiter who are 100% owned by their employees who all receive share options in the company. Down-to-earth, experienced team who love what they do.  Since 2001 we’ve immersed ourselves in the Technology, Data, Engineering, Science, Marketing, eCommerce and Design communities. Out of this has arisen a highly respected and experienced team, regularly called on to share their unrivalled knowledge and connect the finest talent with tech disruptors and well-backed ambitious start-up innovators, thriving SMEs, agencies of all shapes and sizes, challenger brands and large international powerhouses.  Proudly B Corp certified and 100% employee-owned. Our mission and impact go far beyond recruitment.  Become a key member of one of Bristol’s most respected technology teams - become a part of the tech community and immerse yourself in the sector.   What you’ll be doing  Throughout ADLIB’s history we’ve adapted, developed and grown to ensure our service offering supports the changing face of our clients' environments. With an exciting and thriving 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-ups, digital agencies and software houses 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 effectively 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 permanent vacancies for developers, testers, DevOps, infrastructure from junior to CTO level. Working directly with CTO’s and owners you can enjoy agile working and long-term trusted partnerships saying goodbye to portals and big PSL’s most of our clients only work with us.   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’ll be keen to 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, we’re after team players; there’s no ego’s here.   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 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, competitive commission structure, 27.5 days holiday (plus bank holidays), you’ll have the potential to earn an additional tax-free employee ownership bonus of up to £3,600 per year, an outstanding marketing team behind you, health scheme and pension. We’ve seriously nice offices and a social committee that ensures we're an inclusive bunch where there’s plenty going on. We offer flexible and remote working to ensure work life balance. Being a BCorp, we balance profit with purpose and joining an 100% employee owned business not only comes with share options but the chance to help shape and drive our future success. Your personal carbon footprint for the year will be offset and we’ve got our own forest! We donate to a multitude of charities and support local organisations to help young people build their careers. We take diversity and inclusion seriously and you'll be joining a collaborative team that'll have your back from day one and support you every step of the way. What's next? Please get in touch with Steve now for further information and an informal/confidential discussion.
  • 16th May

    Senior Front-End Engineer

    — Growing Tech Scale-Up

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £100,000
    Great opportunity to join a global tech scale up.  Work on exciting Greenfield projects for their product.  Fully remote (quarterly visits to the office for socials).  My client are on a mission to create a modern employee intranet that helps companies connect and engage employees across the enterprise. Their platform helps employees better communicate with coworkers, find information, and transfer knowledge. Their products are built to help businesses not only create an immersive and inspiring digital workplace but also to reinforce their unique cultures. They have partnered with leading brands such as Fox, AAA, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, DocuSign, EventBrite, Eurostar, Coursera and Splunk. They are looking for an experienced software engineer to join their team in the UK to help build and shape the future of their product. You will be working closely in a cross-functional team with other engineers, product managers and our UI/UX designers. As well as this you will be responsible for owning development projects from start to completion; this includes helping plan features, build services and deploy infrastructure. What you'll be doing: You will work with a talented cross-functional team to develop new user-facing features using JavaScript specifically React.  Build and maintain microservices running on AWS. Write automated unit tests and end-to-end tests for your code and services. Quality is incredibly important to us and everybody is responsible for it. Participate in agile ceremonies; regularly and sustainably delivering value in two-week sprints. Work closely with their UI engineers to assist with their React SPA. Help influence the overall architecture and direction of the application. What expereince you will need to apply:   You are user focused – They solve their customer’s problems together; everybody has a say in planning, design & execution. 5 years of overall experience with at least 2 years of experience working with React.  You love identifying new technologies, patterns, and techniques and planning out how we can apply them to improve productivity, code quality and user experience. Affinity for profiling and analysing code to identify areas for improvement. You understand modern frontend concepts such as component libraries, modular CSS and bundlers. Good understanding of CI/CD, unit testing, and automated end-to-end testing using a framework like Cypress. Strong knowledge and understanding of functional programming patterns. Excited by working in a fast-paced startup environment. What you'll get in return for your experience: My client are offering a competitive salary (up to £90,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package that includes stock options.  Whats next: Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.  
  • 16th May

    DevOps Engineer

    — Industry leading AI business

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £80,000pa
    Work on a industry leading AI product.  Lead DevOps projects from inception to deployment.  Excellent benefits package. This is an incredible opportunity to join a business who are on a mission to revolutionise human-machine communication. By teaching machines to understand natural language and hold human-level conversations, they help businesses to transform their customer experience, create revenue, improve operational efficiency and prove ROI quickly.  From day one, their focus has been on creating a voice self-service experience in any language, regardless of accents or slang. Their main goal is to deliver enterprise-ready voice assistants that match and excel household names.  They are currently looking for a passionate and dedicated DevOps Engineer to join their DevOps team who will help to support their innovative conversational AI products. What you'll be doing: Your responsibilities will involve managing and upgrading cloud infrastructure for their products and the Engineering team. Over the next 12 months, this will include: Building, configuring and maintaining cloud infrastructure for new and existing clients, working with the rest of the team to shape the next generation of conversation products. Configuring and maintaining development infrastructure, working with software engineers to build “DevOps best practice” and efficient processes. Monitoring and updating their infrastructure to ensure it stays secure and scales with the demands of a growing company. Being part of their on-call rota to support their engineering systems.   What experience you will need to apply:   1 years of previous commercial Devops experience. Knowledge of AWS Cloud tooling to enable building of modern, secure deployments. Experience of Devops tools such as Terraform and/or Ansible. Experience in building and maintaining CI/CD pipelines. Experience administering Kubernetes clusters and awareness of Serverless technology. Wider experience with other cloud services such as GCP, Azure. What you'll get in return for your experience: My client offer a competitive salary (up to £80,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package. Some of the highlights include enhanced parental leave, L/D budget, Private health care and Dental as well as many more.  Whats next: Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.
  • 16th May

    Software QA/Tester - Microsoft Power Platform

    — 3 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £550 p/day - "Outside IR35"
    Software QA/Tester - Microsoft Power Platform. Up to £550 p/day "Outside IR35". 3 Months Initial - Remote Work. 3-month initial contract opportunity, for a QA/Tester with Microsoft Power Platform experience, to work for an awesome Bristol based company. What you'll be doing Working for a amazing company based between your home office & optional office space depending on your preference. What experience you'll need to apply for this role Software QA/Tester (Expert/Senior). Microsoft Power Platform (Advanced). Microsoft Dynamics (Advanced). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £550 p/day "Outside IR35", however, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. What's next? Please apply with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 13th May

    Junior Tech Recruiter

    — Development, Testing, Architecture, DevOps

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Based on experience
    Join a well-established South-West tech team working with some of the hottest start-ups, industry disruptors and ingenious product development businesses around. Work for one of the UK’s only B Corp certified Tech Recruiters who are 100% owned by their employees, all receiving share options in the company. Down-to-earth, experienced team who love what they do.  Since 2001 we’ve immersed ourselves in the Technology, Data, Engineering, Science, Marketing, eCommerce and Design communities. Out of this has arisen a highly respected and experienced team, regularly called on to share their unrivalled knowledge and connect the finest talent with tech disruptors and well-backed ambitious start-up innovators, thriving SMEs, agencies of all shapes and sizes, challenger brands and large international powerhouses.  Proudly B Corp certified and 100% employee-owned. Our mission and impact go far beyond recruitment.  Become a key member of one of Bristol’s most respected technology teams - become a part of the tech community and immerse yourself in the sector.   What you’ll be doing  Throughout ADLIB’s history we’ve adapted, developed and grown to ensure our service offering supports the changing face of our clients' environments. With a thriving client-base at the heart of Bristol and Bath’s tech cluster, we’re looking to offer the opportunity for a driven, energetic and ethical person to help some of the best start-up and scale-ups, software houses, challenger brands, enterprise tech companies and global consultancies, some that 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 who can work autonomously (with support on hand) 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 effectively 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 partner with businesses that have headcounts of less than 10 to several thousands, covering permanent vacancies for Developers, Testers, DevOps, Architects and Infrastructure specialists from junior to senior management level. There’s a real spread of opportunity to work directly with CTOs/Founders as well as huge internal talent teams, giving you oversight and influence on technology growth from all walks of life. We’ll provide an opportunity to develop versatile expertise and be part of a community that will only build your skill set and progress your career further.   What experience you’ll need We'd want to hear from tech-driven people; those who have a genuine interest in the industry and what it’s about. We aim to speak the language and so should you. A technical degree, equivalent qualification or personal/commercial tech experience. This could be Computer Science but could also be Maths, Physics, Engineering or something similar. If you’re not technical through education, that’s fine, it’d be cool to see some examples of technical projects you’ve been involved in, or experience in the tech sector.  You’ll be process driven with an ability to adopt a methodical way of working to ensure high quality and consistency.  We look for work ethic over using stats/KPI’s as a performance indicator. Demonstrate you’re hard-working and like to push the boundaries of your capability, we’ll give you the tools to succeed.  You’ll be keen to 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, we’re after team players. There are no egos here and no individuals, we all share candidates and respective knowledge.  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, competitive commission structure, 27.5 days holiday (plus bank holidays), you’ll have the potential to earn an additional tax-free employee ownership bonus of up to £3,600 per year, an outstanding marketing team behind you, health scheme and pension. We’ve seriously nice offices and a social committee that ensures we're an inclusive bunch where there’s plenty going on. We offer flexible and remote working to ensure work life balance. Being a B-Corp, we balance profit with purpose and joining an 100% employee-owned business not only comes with share options but the chance to help shape and drive our future success. Your personal carbon footprint for the year will be offset and we’ve got our own forest! We donate to a multitude of charities and support local organisations to help young people build their careers. We take diversity and inclusion seriously and you'll be joining a collaborative team that'll have your back from day one and support you every step of the way. What's next? Please get in touch with Joe now for further information and an informal chat.
  • 13th May

    Head of Technology Programme Management

    — Investment Group

    Location:
    Remote - South-West, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive
    Head of Technology Programme Management High-Growth, Scale-up Investment Firm Defining future roadmap and TOM, while implementing scalable processes and frameworks First role of its kind within the business. We have exclusively partnered with this Investment Group, based in the South-West, to help build out their Tech Programme Management function, starting with the Head of Technology Programme Management. This is a brand-new role as the business looks to have a technology revolution across their Data and Engineering teams. What you’ll be doing In this role you’ll firstly be creating a set of scalable processes and frameworks for Project Management and Delivery to implement across the business, not just across technology change. The first major change programmes to begin once these are in place will be data-motivated and be sponsored by the internal Technology Committee. You’ll be working closely with the Head of Data, Head of Engineering, and reporting directly into the CEO. What experience you’ll need Experience delivering Large scale Change and transformation programmes. Ideally within a financial services, Investment, or Fin-tech business. Experience working with senior stakeholders to understand overarching business objectives and defining a target operating model in line with these. A strong track record of delivering both individual projects and larger complex programmes across digital and data. A background in Business Intelligence or Analytics would be beneficial due to the data-motivated programmes in the future of the business, however this isn’t a requirement. What you’ll get in return Due to this role being the first of its kind within the business, as well as being a senior stakeholder for the future of technology, the business are open to negotiate the salary for the right candidate. There is also a very generous baseline for benefits which is also open to negotiation. What’s Next? If the role is of interest and you feel you match the above criteria then please get in touch with Charlie at ADLIB as soon as possible. Interviews are ongoing and will be booked in as soon as candidates are available to do so.
  • 12th May

    Frontend Developer

    — Greenfield development with leading- edge tech!

    Location:
    Bristol and remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £55,000
    Greenfield development with leading-edge technologies. Highly remote and flexible working environment. Big investment into employee development with lots of R&D opportunities. We’re working with a pioneering company based near Bristol who use leading-edge technologies to model and publish data for a wide range of public and private sector organisations. Values-led, this company believes that data should be open to all and non-corruptible. Having recently established a brand-new product development team, they’re looking for a Frontend Developer with experience in Nuxt or Vue to join their team. The role is highly remote with a couple of trips to their office a month, which is based in Portishead. What you’ll be doing Working alongside a small cross-functional team tasked with creating a suite of products that surround their core competencies of data management, data processing and data access, you’ll build out entirely greenfield applications, writing clean, well-tested code that is accessible and highly secure. You’ll work with TypeScript and Nuxt with the possibility of moving to VueJS. They work with Spring/Kotlin on the backend with SPARQL, so any prior exposure or interest in this would be a bonus as they are happy to upskill across the stack if you have an interest in doing so. What experience you’ll need to apply. Well-versed in core coding with HTML and CSS. 2 years + experience developing high-quality user-facing applications with TypeScript and JavaScript. Experience with Nuxt or Vue.JS. Knowledge of GraphQL for API integrations. Previous experience working in technical environments with exposure to backend code would be helpful but not essential. Prior exposure in a data-centric environment would be beneficial but not essential. A passion for continuous learning and onboarding the latest tech. What you’ll get in return for you experience Alongside a salary of up to £55,000 you’ll receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes: optional EMI share scheme - all shareholders are staff members, discretionary annual profit share scheme, flexible working hours, company pension scheme, 25 days holiday + bank holidays, hardware and OS of your choice, this business invest a lot in their employees’ development. You’re encouraged to attend conferences, take training classes, and contribute to open source. What’s next? Apply with your CV or call Becca to find out more.      
  • 12th May

    Ruby on Rails Developer

    — 6-Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + Oxford, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £400 p/day - "Outside IR35"
    Ruby on Rails Developer. Up to £400 p/day - "Outside IR35". 6 Months Initial - Remote Work. 6 month initial contract opportunity, for a Ruby on Rails Developer to work for an awesome Oxfordshire based Client. What you'll be doing Working for a fantastic company based from your home office - optional office space depending on your preference. What experience you'll need to apply for this role Ruby on Rails Developer (Advanced/Senior). Relational Databases (Advanced). React, AWS, Multithreading (Desirable). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £400 p/day "Outside IR35", however, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. What's next? Please apply with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 12th May

    Quant Developer

    — Remote FinTech Business

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60K - £70K
    Quant DeveloperRemote FinTech business Work on an established product Join a fully remote business Develop your quantitative finance experience My client is a fully remote FinTech business operating in the insurance and mortgages space. They are looking to add in a new team member to the business to work on their insurance valuations & settlements product. What you’ll be doing Joining an established team, you'll be working on an established product in the insurance & asset management space. The product has a C# back end and a web based front end and you'll be working on pricing, risk & valuation models within the life insurance space. They also work on bespoke consulting model development & validation for clients as well as having other products in the pipeline. What experience you’ll need to apply Sold experience of C# application or model development Numerate educational background, i.e. Maths, Physics, Computer Science Deep understanding of statistics/maths Python or R nice to have Keen interest in finance What you’ll get in return for your experience A competitive package of up to around £60K - £70K benefits bonus dependent on experienceWhat’s next?Please get in touch with Alex with an up to date CV today. Don’t hesitate to call / email to discuss the finer details.
  • 11th May

    Lead Full Stack Developer

    — FemTech start-up using interactive tech and AI

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £80,000
    Revolutionary FemTech start-up using interactive tech and AI to support and empower women. Evolve the future product and opportunity to progress to Head of Software/CTO. Tech stack: JavaScript (React or Vue, Node), AWS, MongoDB. Fully Remote. We’re looking for a Lead Full Stack Developer to join an extraordinary team and award-winning FemTech start-up on a fully remote basis. The company was founded a few years ago, sparked by the CEO’s personal struggles whilst on maternity leave. Realising the support she needed didn’t exist and seeing the problem affected new mums all over the world, she decided to use her technical expertise to create a revolutionary product that would make a real difference. Since then, the product has had an incredible response – it’s being used in over 70 counties (and rising!) and is recommended by the NHS Trust as part of a social prescribing pilot. They’ve been featured in numerous news articles and an interview with BBC News, won prestigious awards, and received funding from Innovate UK. The skills we’re looking for: Strong full-stack development experience. Solid knowledge of JavaScript, including React or Vue and Node.js. Experience with databases including MongoDB and MySQL. Familiarity with AWS. Appreciation for automated testing, CI and CD. General understanding of Swift. Empathetic, a good listener, and ability to mentor others – it’s likely you’ll progress to Head of Software Engineering or CTO in the future, so you’ll be someone who can lead and inspire future team members. Bonus points for… iOS/Android/React Native experience. A relevant degree e.g. Computer Science, Maths, Engineering. Previous experience working at a start-up. What you’ll be doing: You will lead on the software development of their pioneering app, helping to develop new products and features from idealisation, requirements specification, to proof of concept, full build and test through to launch. Working across their entire stack (back-end, front-end and mobile platforms) you’ll plan and deliver end-to-end solutions. You will also optimise the existing code base to ensure the product is scalable and robust. Day to day you will also collaborate with internal members of the team such as UI/UX Designers, Product, QA and will manage and work closely with external subcontractors. As the company continues to grow, you’ll help to expand and develop the software team, so will interview, lead, and mentor others. There’s the potential for this role to progress to a Head of Software Engineering or CTO. What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll be given the flexibility and autonomy to manage your working hours to suit your life, as well as full remote working. There’s a salary up to £80k as well as share options, 25 days annual leave, 5% pension scheme and enhanced parental leave. Ongoing learning and development is actively encouraged, so you’ll receive funding and support for training too. With plans to expand into new markets this year and grant funding and investments backing their growth, it’s an incredible time to join. You’ll be surrounded by people who want to make a difference and working on a unique and life-changing product. The company truly values diversity and they’re building a culture that is open, flexible and nurturing. What’s next Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV with examples of your work, or you can get in touch with Sky if you have any questions.  
  • 9th May

    Full-Stack Developer

    — B Corp connecting non-profits with funding

    Location:
    Full Remote or Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £60K
    Join a passionate team using tech to help community groups and charities access funding. Help to shape and evolve a successful platform doing good all across the UK. Tech stack: Python, Django, React, Next.js, PostgreSQL, AWS. We’re looking for a Full-Stack Developer to join an incredible company who bring businesses and communities together to make change happen from the grassroots up. They are B Corp certified and big believers in the power of business to do good. Their game-changing platform connects non-profits in need of funding, with businesses who want to distribute funding and support their community. Since the platform’s launch at the end of last year they have partnered with the likes of Carling, Legal & General, Greene King and Sir Robert McAlpine, and have already distributed over £450k in funding, but they want to do more, scale up and multiply their impact! The skills we’re looking for Commercial experience building and scaling production grade web applications with front-end languages and libraries, particularly React and Next.js. Experience with back-end languages, specifically Python (Django). AWS experience. Experience building SaaS applications. Experience working with REST APIs. Interest and knowledge of UI/UX and design. A drive to make robust systems using approaches such as Jest, Cypress and Storybook. Excellent attention to detail, organisational skills. An interest or passion for supporting charities, community organisations, not-for-profits. What you’ll be doing The development has recently been brought in-house, so you’ll be working closely with the Lead Developer and will be responsible for the full software development life cycle, from conception to deployment. This role will have more of a front-end lean but you should be comfortable around both front-end and back-end coding languages, development frameworks and 3rd party libraries. You’ll design client-side and server-side architecture, develop and manage databases and applications, write APIs and build features and applications with a mobile responsive design. To ensure optimal responsiveness and efficiency, you’ll test, troubleshoot, debug and upgrade software and work with the wider team to make improvements.  What you’ll get in return for your talents There are ambitious growth plans and they want to improve and enhance the platform, so this is a fantastic opportunity to join the business at an early stage and make a real difference. You’ll receive a starting salary of £50K - £60K and some great perks including flexible hours, share options, and two volunteer days a year. The role can be fully remote, but if you live within a commutable distance of Bristol and are happy to pop into the office from time to time that would be a bonus! What’s next? Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV or get in touch with Sky if you have any questions.
  • 6th May

    Product Manager/ Product Owner x3

    — Digital Agency - Charity Clients

    Location:
    Bristol/ Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £55k
    3x Product Manager opporunities to join a leading digital agency. Join an employee owned business.  Work with their charity 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 charity 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 role, 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 Manager/ Senior Product Manager/ Product Director/ Head of Product within the public sector or in a similar role crossing over into product such as a UX Designer, UX Lead, Developer, Tech Director or even Delivery Manager/ Senior Digital Project Manager. 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 is up to £55k, 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 meet the above criteria then click apply or email an updated CV through to francesca@adlib-recruitment.co.uk for immediate consideration.  
  • 6th May

    Project Manager

    — Marketing Leading eCommerce Agency

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30000 - £50000
    Exciting opportunity to join a pioneering eCommerce agency. Variety of impressive high-profile projects and clients to work with. Both 100% remote working, and Manchester office based working available. Are you an experienced Digital or eCommerce Project Manager with a track record of delivery within an agency environment? Do you strive for progression, training, and development? Do you want to work with autonomy and freedom whilst also being influential in the agency direction? Then look no further, this role is for you! What you’ll be doing As Project Manager you will be joining a very well respected and professional eCommerce agency to establish and maintain relationships with key stakeholders and clients, and ensure requirements, objectives, and expectations of said clients are met in addition to enjoying full ownership of delivering eCommerce projects end to end on time, budget and scope. You will work closely with a friendly and competent team of Project and Account Managers, whilst working cross functionally with development, creative and marketing teams, to deliver eCommerce website development and digital marketing projects from inception to completion with budgets from £200k to £1m. My client ensures excellence in everything they do, and pride themselves on seeing their team blossom, so naturally you will be ambitious, collaborative, and skilled in your craft. They believe that Project Managers are the frontline of business success, so you’ll enjoy being full resourced and working with agile processes and procedures that are proven to work. This is a superb opportunity to be part of a multi-award-winning agency who continue to grow through successful projects with exciting clients, known as one of the best agencies in the UK for their eCommerce delivery. What experience you’ll need Previous experience as Project Manager, Digital Producer or similar. Previous experience in a fast paced, Agile Agency environment. Understanding of eCommerce platforms such as Magento, Shopify or BigCommerce. You’ll need to be a confident communicator, hands on approach to problem solving and ensuring that things keep running smoothly. You will be ambitious and driven, and a passionate about a career within eCommerce and digital. As a communicative and confident stakeholder manager, you’ll utilise your previous experience to keep everyone informed along the way, obtaining buy-in and sign off for briefs, ensuring everything runs smoothly from inception to delivery. Comfortable with different software systems and project management tools. Naturally you’ll be extremely organised, ensuring projects are being delivered on time and on budget and everything runs like clockwork. Desire to offer guidance to junior members of the team when required. Eager to be part of a friendly and sociable team. Comfortable working remotely or in the Manchester-based office. What you’ll get in return for your talents A position in a leading agency with a clear and defined career plan in place. You’ll also enjoy a competitive salary, bonuses, perks and plenty of autonomy including flexi-hours and remote working. What’s next? If you’re looking to get involved in some exciting projects at this cutting-edge digital agency, please apply via this advert, or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment ASAP to be considered.
  • 6th May

    Senior Digital Project Manager

    — Rapidly growing digital agency

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40,000-£50,000
    2 brand new clients recently won! 1-2 days per week in office. Great chance to work across a range of clients. We’re searching for a Senior Digital Project Manager to join a rapidly growing agency in the Bristol area as they have recently won 2 new pieces of work. This agency has grown out it’s delivery and technology teams significantly over the last What you’ll be doing In this role you’ll be expected to deliver on a range of projects in the digital space for some of this agency’s clients. Which clients you would work with can vary but will most likely match those with which you have sector experience with. With this role it is also expected that you will help mentor junior members of the team, but you will not be expected to line manage individuals. What experience you’ll need You’ll currently be working as a Digital Project Manager or a Senior Digital Project Manager You will have experience working on technology focused projects from Web-builds to bespoke software creation. A track record of delivering high-value digital projects into external clients or to internal stakeholders if coming from a client-side background. Experience handling project governance. Strong communication skills with external stakeholders and internal teams. Experience working in a fast paced environment with tight delivery deadlines. Experience upskilling and mentoring junior colleagues would be a great addition. What you’ll get in return You can expect a salary of up to £50,000 along with a competitive benefits scheme. Holiday allowance begins at 23 days, rising to 25 with years of service (excluding bank holidays). What’s next? If you feel you match the above criteria then get in touch with Charlie at ADLIB today.  
  • 6th May

    eCommerce Project Manager

    — Renowned eCommerce Agency

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35000 - £55000
    Exciting opportunity to play a key role within this eCommerce agency. Variety of high-profile projects and clients to work with. Fully Remote role with full onboarding. Do you have a penchant for web build projects? Are you fascinated by the digital landscape? This is a chance to join an award-winning agency in the role of Project Manager. What you’ll be doing You will be a key part of a successful and growing team, providing support to ensure that all projects run smoothly and without hitch! Reporting into the CEO and Founder, you will work closely with other Project Managers, Account Managers as well as tech and creative teams, managing complex development projects around web builds, integration and fulfilment whilst offering superb client management and ongoing support. This is a superb opportunity to be part of a multi-award-winning agency who continue to grow through successful projects with exciting clients, known as one of the best agencies in the UK for their work. What experience you’ll need You will have had a taste of agency life and working in a similar role such as Project Manager, with hands on experience of complex development projects. You’ll need to be a confident communicator, hands on approach to problem solving and ensuring that things keep running smoothly. Previous experience in eCommerce, using platforms such as Shopify Plus, Magento, BigCommerce or Salesforce Commerce Cloud for example. Comfortable in a fast paced, agile environment managing multiple tasks simultaneously. You will be ambitious and driven, and a passionate about a career within a great digital agency that’s really going places. As a communicative and confident stakeholder manager, you’ll utilise your previous experience to keep everyone informed along the way, obtaining buy-in and sign off for briefs, ensuring everything runs smoothly from inception to delivery. Comfortable with excel and different software systems and tools. Naturally, you’ll be extremely organised, ensuring projects are being delivered on time and on budget and everything runs like clockwork. Eager to be part of a remote friendly and sociable team with a family mentality. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be part of an agency that devotes a lot of time, resource, and effort into developing your career. This agency is performing very well in an industry that continues to thrive during Covid19 and lockdowns. You’ll enjoy variety of projects with high profile clients. What’s next? Sounds like you? Apply via this advert or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment ASAP to be considered.
  • 6th May

    Delivery Lead

    — Digital Product & Service Design Agency

    Location:
    Bristol (hybrid remote working), UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £80k
    Delivery Lead role within a tech forward organisation in Bristol. Work with cutting edge technology and digital experts. Competitive salary on experience, in the region of £60k - £80k.  We’re searching for a Delivery Lead to join a digital product and design agency who are based in Bristol. You will be working within a tech forward team who are committed to doing great work and pushing the boundaries. What you’ll be doing As part of this pioneering team, you’ll be responsible for planning, leading and motivating your team to victory. Your team will manage projects throughout the full lifecycle; from requirement capturing, concept and scoping, through to planning, risk management and sign off, ensuring deadlines and budget are met every time.  You’ll have a broad input to the team helping in the development of new strategies from evaluating current processes, methodologies used, change management activities and concepts to drive online communication to your customers to a whole new level.  What experience you’ll need The ideal candidate will have experience in a similar Delivery Lead/ Senior Project Manager/ Project Director/ Programme Manager role. Agile experience is essential here, you will also know your way around task management tools e.g MS Project, Jira/Confluence, Tableau.   Agency experience is essential. UX/UI experience, website development and app development experience. You will have experience of mentoring, managing and leading teams. Software development lifecycle. Track record in managing large complex development projects with multi-functional teams. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be joining a team of world class digital experts doing some excellent work with a wide reach, all whilst maintaining a fun and social working environment. Salary is in the region of £60k - £80k plus benefits. What’s next? If you live and breathe all things digital and you’re on the lookout for a new Delivery Lead role, please send your CV to Francesca at ADLIB today!
  • 6th May

    Scrum Master

    — 3 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + South West , UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £500 p/day - "Inside IR35"
    Scrum Master contract opportunity to join an award-winning EdTech business on a remote basis. Up to £500 p/day - "Inside IR35". 3 Month Initial - Remote Work 3 Months initial contract opportunity, for a Scrum Master to work for an awesome EdTech business. What you'll be doing Working for a South-West based EdTech Company from the comfort of your own home. They do have offices in the South-West if you prefer working from an office. You will be based in the business and operations & data projects team in the Data Analytics Directorate. This team is responsible for providing dedicated, high-quality and specialist business support, project management and senior administration services. What experience you'll need to apply for this role: You will be an experienced Scrum Master, Agile Project Manager or Agile Coach. Previous experience coaching and mentoring a more junior team Strong working knowledge of the Scrum Guide, Scrum values and Agile’s 12 principles. Strong proven experience of working with a multitude of stakeholders/customers in the context of Project management, organisation change and product delivery. Ideally your experience will be gained within the Education industry. What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £500 p/day "Inside IR35", however, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. You will receive an initial 3 month contract with a possible extension What's next? Please apply with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 6th May

    Scrum Master

    — Part time - 6 Month Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + South West , UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £500 p/day - "Inside IR35"
    Scrum Master contract opportunity to join an award-winning EdTech business on a remote part time basis. Up to £500 p/day - "Inside IR35". Part Time (2-3 days p/w)- 3 Month Initial - Remote Work 6 Months initial contract opportunity, for a part time Scrum Master to work for an awesome EdTech business. What you'll be doing Working for a South-West based EdTech Company from the comfort of your own home. They do have offices in the South-West if you prefer working from an office. You will be based in the business and operations & data projects team in the Data Analytics Directorate. This team is responsible for providing dedicated, high-quality and specialist business support, project management and senior administration services. What experience you'll need to apply for this role: You will be an experienced Scrum Master, Agile Project Manager or Agile Coach. Previous experience coaching and mentoring a more junior team Strong working knowledge of the Scrum Guide, Scrum values and Agile’s 12 principles. Strong proven experience of working with a multitude of stakeholders/customers in the context of Project management, organisation change and product delivery. Ideally your experience will be gained within the Education industry. What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £500 p/day "Inside IR35", however, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. You will receive a part time role with an initial 6 month contract with a possible extension What's next? Please apply with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 6th May

    Delivery Manager

    — Neighbourly / Tech-for-Good

    Location:
    Remote (UK), UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £50k
    Delivery Manager - Neighbourly About Neighbourly Neighbourly is a multi-award-winning community investment platform that helps companies make a positive measurable impact in their communities, by putting “local impact” at the heart of responsible business. We are uniquely positioned to grow sustainable community investment working as a two sided marketplace that connects corporate partners with thousands of vetted local good causes, facilitating the donation of surplus products (e.g. food), employee volunteering programmes and provision of financial support (e.g. grants), all in one place. Our technology helps drive operational efficiency, promote employee engagement and foster wellbeing by providing data and insights that help businesses achieve their CSR and ESG (environmental, social, governance) objectives.  Because the platform is public it enables a business to surface community stories and create a discoverable legacy of giving, helping to enhance brand reputation and build positive community relations. We currently manage surplus food redistribution schemes for 5 major UK retailers and food manufacturers, helping to ensure good food goes to community causes that can use and share it effectively What you’ll be doing as our Delivery Manager Reporting into the Head of Tech and looking after the delivery function of our software engineering teams, you will work well with others to help realise the Neighbourly’s vision through helping deliver new functionality in our intuitive, secure and engaging site, ensuring flexibility, software scalability, and ease of use for our customers. You’ll help Neighbourly by using your skills to help our engineers deliver on our current tech stack from SQL Server and Entity Framework Core up to ASP.NET Web API and VueJS. You’ll also be involved in utilising .Net Core and the Azure product set for future products. You take an enthusiastic and pastoral approach to managing delivery by supporting sprints, reporting on agreed metrics, help to remove blockers and coaching team members. Day to day you’ll work alongside our software engineers and product owners to encourage collaboration and highlight gaps in delivery and velocity. What experience you’ll need to apply Previous experience in a Delivery Manager or Agile Coach role. You are exceptionally good at coaching teams to be productive and adept at shipping high quality, well-tested code in a fast paced environment. Experience of managing delivery within software engineering Your background would be gained working within software development and engineering Strong practitioner of Agile methodologies such as Scrum, XP, or Kanban. You’ve practised Agile and you understand its benefits and drawbacks. A track record of leading and mentoring others. You are eager to teach others and invested in the growth of your team and the company. Excellent problem solving skills. You excel at analysing and solving problems using technology. Self-motivating, self-directing, and a great communicator (written and oral). You thrive in an environment that grants you a lot of autonomy to explore creative solutions. What next? We have chosen to work with our friends at ADLIB who are managing the recruitment process for Neighbourly. 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. Please note that any candidates that approach Neighbourly directly will be forwarded to ADLIB for consideration. Inclusion and equality Here at Neighbourly, 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.
  • 5th May

    Magento Backend Developer

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50,000
    Join a leading eCommerce agency as Magento Backend Developer. Impressive portfolio of clients to work with 100% remotely if desired. Salaries up to £45k, with a clear and defined progression plan. This is a great opportunity for talented and experienced Backend Developer to join a well-respected eCommerce agency, where you'll help deliver large scale projects with a variety of market leading and international clients. This role would suit an established Mid-weight Developer, or a Junior ready to make that next step.What you’ll be doing As part of the inhouse development team you will be utilising your previous experience and understanding of Magento to deliver exciting and varied projects for big brands. You will be comfortable working with the Magento 2 platform, whilst also bringing something a little different to the table. With this agency, you are encouraged to be innovative and creative – bursting with ideas on how to solve technical and business-related challenges, whilst also enjoying ownership of your work and taking the initiative. Internal stakeholders are here to help facilitate your needs rather than dictate your schedule, so communication skills and a desire to be involved are a huge plus, as well as a real passion for coding and web technologies.As a remote first business, you have the freedom to work 100% remotely, or if you prefer being in the office more, we have locations all over the UK which you are more than welcome to make home. Additionally, our client provides 25 days annual leave 2 personal/development days, quarterly meetups and celebrations, flexible working between 10am and 4pm, and designated budgets for home equipment and training and development to gain extra certifications you may strive for.What experience you’ll need Commercial experience coding in PHP with SOLID MVC and OO patterns Experienced with using Magento 2 Knowledge of software engineering and software design patterns Experience of working with and optimising MySQL and/or Percona DB databases, creating efficient and complex SQL Solid knowledge of PSR standards Comfortable in an Agile development environment Familiar with GIT and Github Experience using PHP to consume web services (REST, SOAP, XML RPC) and building custom integrations with 3rd party services Understanding of PHPUnit, XDebug, GIT, GitHub, Redis Maintained staging LEMP environments and are familiar with continuous testing & delivery approaches Experience of the full development life cycle from planning to coding to delivery Good communication skills Excellent experience building enterprise level websites What you’ll get in return for your talents Very competitive salaries with tangible training and development plan. You will be joining a successful agency where you'll have the opportunity to work on exciting projects and enjoy more input and ownership than a typical Developer role. My client will invest in you and your personal development and it's an exciting time to join as they have ambitious growth plans over the next couple of years based on the new business they've secured.What’s next?If this looks of interest, please send your CV through to Josh Aptroot ASAP.
  • 5th May

    Digital Project Manager

    — Rapidly Growing Agency

    Location:
    Bristol/Hybrid, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £60k
    Great range of projects to get stuck straight into. 1-2 days per week in office in Central Bristol. Massive growth within this agency, with brand new teams. We’re searching for a Digital Project Manager to join a rapidly growing agency in the Bristol area as they scale up their current programs of work, This agency has grown out it’s delivery and technology teams significantly over the last 12 months, and we’ve been lucky enough to support them through this process. What you’ll be doing In this role you’ll be expected to deliver on a range of projects in the digital space for some of this agency’s clients. Which projects you work on will be suited to your previous experience. This doesn’t mean you’ll be shoehorned though, if you’re needing a change in the work you’re doing then they will be happy to provide! With this role it is also expected that you will help mentor junior members of the team, but you will not be expected to line manage individuals. What experience you’ll need You’ll currently be working as a Digital Project Manager or Delivery Manager. You will have experience working on technology focused projects from Web design and build to bespoke software creation. A track record of delivering high-value digital projects into external clients or to internal stakeholders if coming from a client-side background. Experience handling project governance. Strong communication skills with external stakeholders and internal technical or creative teams. Experience working in a fast-paced environment with tight delivery deadlines. Experience upskilling and mentoring junior colleagues would be a great addition but isn’t a necessity. What you’ll get in return You can expect a salary of up to £60,000 along with a competitive benefits scheme. Holiday allowance begins at 25 days Bank holidays, as well as volunteering days. What’s next? If you feel you match the above criteria then get in touch with Charlie at ADLIB today.      
  • 5th May

    Magento Technical Lead

    — Magento Technical Lead

    Location:
    Manchester, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    65,000
    Multiple award-winning digital agency and Magento partner. Rapidly growing agency, huge contributor to open source community and with recent multimillion investment. Big focus on the wellbeing of employees, great benefits and inspiring culture. If you’re a Senior Magento Developer or Tech Lead looking to grow in a new role, enjoy a challenge love using the newest tech to provide innovative solutions, read on!What you will be doingYou’ll be heading up a very well established and successful in-house development team, delivering on large scale, international eCommerce projects. You’ll be instrumental in understanding client needs, consulting and building real, innovative solutions. You’ll be able to bring your passion to the table, using your expertise and understanding of Magento to build something totally new, and to guide and share your experience with other developers. Your contributions are a fundamental part of the offering in this agency, so you can rest assured you’ll be valued and supported in making decisions and moving the company forward.You’ll work with well-known and exciting brands, using the Magento Commerce platform to develop some top-quality projects. Ideally, you’ll have a passion for eCommerce, experience with Magento 2 and the ability to bring this together to create something that matches the exceptionalism of our client. As a part of one of the top Magento agencies in the UK, this will be a great chance to upskill, grow and contribute to a hugely successful organisation. What you will need The desire to build and manage a strong team of Magento Developers! experience coding in PHP (SOLID MVC and OO patterns) experienced with Magento 2 knowledge of software engineering and software design. experience of working with and optimising MySQL, or Percona DB databases, and creating SQL. solid knowledge of PSR standards worked in and are comfortable in an Agile development environment familiar with GIT and Github experience using PHP to consume web services (REST, SOAP, XML RPC) and building custom integrations with 3rd party services have used composer, PHPUnit, XDebug, GIT, GitHub, Redis maintained staging LEMP environments and are familiar with continuous testing & delivery approaches experience of the full development life cycle from planning to coding to delivery experience with enterprise-grade websites. What you will get in returnAside from a great bonus, you’ll have access to the remote first working policy (you can choose to work from home or in office), regular team socials, annual personal & professional training budget, generous holiday, company pension, private healthcare, flexitime working.What next?If you like the sound of this role, please apply with your most up to date CV or contact me on josh.a@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or on 447 985273768  
  • 4th May

    SEO Executive / SEO Analyst

    — Leading Content Platform

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £25-33k
    ●      Voted one of the Best Places to Work in the UK 2022. ●      Excellent training and development opportunities. ●      Wellbeing events – yoga workshops and mindfulness seminars. We’re looking for an experienced SEO Executive / SEO Analyst to join a leading content platform in the heart of Bristol. This is the ideal opportunity for a talented SEO Executive / SEO Analyst with either an SEO, journalism, e-commerce, or content-based marketing background to play an important role in helping drive traffic and increasing brand awareness. What you’ll be doing The SEO Executive / SEO Analyst will: Reporting on SEO practice to ensure that organic traffic, keyword rankings and click-through rates are effective Drive traffic by writing and updating SEO-content that is optimised Research keywords to plan SEO briefs for the editors and writers Analyse competitor brands to utilise gaps within the market Create monthly reports to assess strategy and make changes where necessary  What experience you’ll need to apply Extensive experience in planning and implementing SEO strategy The ability to analyse data to create reports using tools like Ahrefs, Google Analytics and Google Search Console Comfortable using a CMS, ideally WordPress Excellent writing skills to create engaging and editorial copy The ideal candidate would have an interest and knowledge in cycling but is not essential   What you’ll get in return for your experience  This is a great role offering a competitive salary of up to £33k for the right person. You will also receive an excellent benefits package which includes designated personal development time each month to help with career progression, wellbeing events such as yoga workshops and mindfulness seminars, as well as a fantastic working environment with lovely offices in the centre of Bristol. This role also offers flexible working options on a hybrid basis with 3 days in, and 2 days working from home. What's next? If you are interested in this role, then click apply now or contact Andi.  
  • 3rd May

    Software Developer

    — Highly remote with 1 trip a month to the office.

    Location:
    Bristol or Bedford or Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £55,000
    Varied project work in a progressive tech environment. Greenfield projects with scope to influence and autonomy over your work. Fully remote with one trip a month to the office for key meetings. I’m working with a highly regarded business who provide a range of different software solutions into the further and higher education sector. They are building out their engineering capabilities and looking for 4 software developers who are passionate about producing well-crafted, quality code to join their team. With offices in London, the Midlands and the South West, this role offers the option to work on a remote basis with one trip a month to one of their offices for key meetings. What you’ll be doing Initially working on their core platform to trouble-shoot and improve their codebase, you’ll be involved in end-to-end project work with a nice spread of legacy product development and brand-new systems. You’ll work across the full stack alongside a collaborative team in a TDD environment to get code into production, adding new features, configuration changes, bug fixes, and experiments in a sustainable way. You’ll enjoy learning new skills and taking time out to focus on professional development, as well as mentoring juniors to upskill in any areas they’re perhaps not as confident.  What skills you’ll need to apply 2+ years commercial experience developing software in C#.NET/ .NET Core. Knowledge of PL-SQL / T-SQL. Any Oracle would be ideal.  Prior exposure in an Azure Microservices environnement. Awareness of Design Patterns including MVC. Proven experience with Javascript / HTML / CSS. A modern JS library would be useful (React, Angular etc.).  Experience with TFS (Team Foundation Server). Knowledge of ADO / Git / Source Control.  What you’ll get in return for your experience A salary of up to £55,000 + benefits which include; Healthcare Cashplan via Simply Health, private medical insurance, dental Insurance via Simply Health, life assurance, critical illness cover, cycle to work salary sacrifice, charitable giving, company pension, 23 Days holiday increasing to 25 days after 2 years’ service and 27 days after 5 years’ service, annual leave purchase scheme, contribution towards eye tests and glasses, company sick pay, employee assistance programme. What’s next? Want to know more? Apply with your CV or give Becca a call for an initial chat.
  • 3rd May

    Frontend Developer

    — Full remote and flexible working hours!

    Location:
    Fully remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £75,000
    Full remote and flexible working. Hugely successful product portfolio that handles over $30 billion. Lots of opportunity for R&D. I am working with a small but well established and hugely successful Fintech who are looking for a Frontend Developer to join their team. The business has two cutting edge products that handle an excess of $30 billion US dollars and have a growing portfolio of clients across Europe and the US.  What you’ll be doing Joining a cross functional team that includes FS developers, a designer and UI/UX developer, you’ll support the business in adding and enhancing features/functionalities across their product suite, working primarily with VueJS with a keen eye for design and seamless UI. Some tasks include establishing requirements, implementing and testing new features, bug fixing, creating new features from scratch and being involved in peer-to-peer code reviews, as well as helping to build on their component library by producing efficient and re-usable code.  What experience you’ll need Solid core coding experience CSS/HTML. Demonstrable experience and knowledge of JavaScript, TypeScript.  2 + years’ experience with Vue.js is preferable but this role offers the possibility to cross train from other JS frameworks such as Angular or React. Awareness of Material Design and Vuetify. Well versed in the Vue.js ecosystem: VueX, vue router, webpack. Familiarity with REST APIs. Some knowledge of C# is desirable. What you’ll get in return for your experience A salary up to £75,000 DOE + benefits which include, flexible working; you chose how to distribute your 37.5 hour working week to ensure a true work-life balance, 26 days holiday + bank holidays + an additional day for each year of service, a PluralSight subscription and lots of opportunity for R&D including a 2-hour slot every week to study what you’d like to and 5 days allocated per year to attend conferences and training courses.  What’s next? Apply now with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more.  
  • 3rd May

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Join the GreenTech revolution!

    Location:
    Gloucester / 100% Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £80K
    GreenTech using AI to help people save money on their bills.  Fully remote with very occasional trips to Gloucester.  Small team, lots of autonomy, modern tech/frameworks.  We’re looking for Full-Stack Developers to join a GreenTech scale-up with an energy storage product that helps customers save up to 70% on their energy bills through artificial intelligence. Their platform allows people to trade and swap energy, putting power back in the hands of the people at a time where energy costs are going through record inflation. They’re based in Gloucester but offering 100% remote working and we’re considering applicants at mid-senior level.  What experience you’ll need Full-Stack development skills with a sound knowledge of the JavaScript ecosystem.  Well-versed in TypeScript, Node on the server-side.  Confident with React/NextJS and Redux. Any React Native knowledge would be great.  Ability to work in an AWS environment (ECS, Fargate, API Gateway etc.).  Awareness of DevOps ways of working, including CI/CD, containerisation etc.  Any previous experience developing/maintaining with PHP, Rust or Python would be useful.  Ability to test your own work. What you’ll be doing Joining a team of 4 Developers and reporting into the Head of Development, the role focuses on the design, build and future improvement of their customer-facing apps. The business are scaling up internationally so you’ll play an integral role in the evolution of their wider systems, introducing new frameworks/tooling to their technology roadmap and moving their legacy apps forward to deliver on ambitious plans for the future. You’d be involved in setting up CI pipelines from the ground up and managing all aspects of the AWS ecosystem, as well as helping to formalise a thorough testing process to ensure quality code outputs at all times.  What you’ll get in return for your talents The role is fully remote, though it’d be nice if you could join them in Gloucester every now and then for big team meetings. You’re entitled to 28 days holiday (+ bank hols), flexi-time for those who need it, a healthy pension scheme, support on upskilling in the areas you’re not as confident with and time for R&D. There’s on-site parking when you’re in the office and a cycle to work scheme. More importantly you’ll be working for a start-up who are saving a lot of money for people across the UK, acting as pioneers for the GreenTech revolution!  What’s next? Like the sounds of this one? Get in touch with Joe to find out more. 
  • 3rd May

    Front-End Developer

    — Software company working to B Corp Certification

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £45,000
    Ethical and dynamic software company, working towards B Corp Certification. Personal training budget and a culture that actively encourages L&D. HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Angular. A Bristol-based software solutions company are looking to recruit a Front-End Developer to join their team. Using cutting-edge technologies, they provide solutions across web, mobile and security for a varied client base. Balancing profit and purpose is really important to them, and they are currently working towards B Corp Certification to provide them with a framework to measure and benchmark their social and environmental impact. The skills we’re looking for: HTML CSS JavaScript Angular Experience creating web applications which are intuitive, easy to use, responsible and accessible. Bonus points for… Redux React C# .NET Core What you’ll be doing: You’ll be working alongside a Front-End team of two others, within a wider development team of twenty. You’ll play a key part in delivering compelling UI experiences for a range of projects, working with your peers to set the best practices for web UI. You’ll typically be part of a team of no more than five (made up of front-end and back-end skill sets) to lead the design and deliver first class web applications using the latest frameworks and tools. They encourage self-managing teams to allow everyone to have the opportunity to take a stake in the final delivery. Throughout a project you’ll also have the opportunity to directly collaborate with the customer to understand their requirements and champion a good UI experience. If it’s of interest, there is an opportunity to learn or enhance your backend skills in C# and ASP.NET Core too, working on a variety of projects including the company’s internal product suite and bespoke customer web applications. What you’ll get in return for your talents: You’ll be joining a company that genuinely care about their purpose and people and are keen to use business as a force for good. They have trained Mental Health First Aiders, provide EAP access for all and offer monthly volunteering days. Training is a big part of their DNA, so every employee has a personal training budget to spend on external courses or conference attendance. Competitive salary up to £45k, and you’ll also get 4% employer pension contributions, generous holiday which rises with service too, and a £500 budget to choose your own equipment. What’s next? If this role is of interest send over your CV or get in touch with Sky if you have any questions.
  • 3rd May

    Java Developer

    — Progressive, fast-growing software house!

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £60,000
    Work on a range of Greenfield projects in a progressive tech environment. Agile based product development (Java) for fast-growing software house. Collaborative, motivated team, training, and excellent career development. We’re working with one of the South-Wests most impressive tech businesses (offices in Bristol) with a diverse product suite used by a global client base of household names. Well-backed and having achieved record sales growth so far this year, they are building out their development capabilities and looking for a number of Java Developers to join their team. With multiple greenfield projects in the pipeline and the upcoming migration to a microservices architecture, it’s an exciting time to join the business. With modern, open plan offices in central Bristol, working in an Agile style set-up you can work remotely with the odd trip to the office fortnightly/monthly for key meetings. What you’ll be doing Within this role you’ll join a small, multi-disciplinary team and have direct influence on the evolution of their product suite. Working with Agile practices, a key focus in your role will be on aggregating APIs; both designing in-house and integrating those offered by suppliers. You’ll also be heavily involved in aggregating data; importing/exporting and all steps in between. As part of an SME, there’s lots of scope to get involved with a diverse range of projects and no red-tape, enabling you to immerse yourself with new and emerging tech. You’ll have opportunities for R&D and regular reviews to support your progression and development.  What you’ll need to apply 2 + years professional Java development experience.  A sense of ownership and customer-centric approach to your work.  Forward-thinking with a desire for continuous improvement. Experience with Git. Knowledge of CI/CD (e.g., GitLab, Jenkins, etc) desirable but not essential. Linux skills would be advantageous but are certainly not essential. You can expect to pick up skills with the likes of: Kubernetes / GKE, Google Cloud Platform, Spring Boot & Batch, Postgres, Redis, BigQuery, and Firestore What you’ll get in return for your experience  Alongside a salary of up to £60,000 and regular salary reviews in line with your development you’ll get 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, Access to funds to support your technical development, Company pension, Perkbox; curated wellbeing tools to look after your physical and mental health and access to 24/7 GP consultations through Perkbox Medical, Cycle Scheme Salary Sacrifice, Free eye tests and flu vaccinations, Gym/Fitness Subsidiary (subject to a ‘cap’ of £20 p/m), Social activities and events throughout the year.  Above all, you’ll be working in a sociable, down-to-earth team where you can greatly enhance your skills and help the business to continue to flourish. What’s next? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more.  
  • 3rd May

    React Native Developer

    — Greenfield app development!

    Location:
    Bristol or Fully remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £70,000
    Greenfield development of Telematics apps, Web apps, AR. Lots of R&D opportunities and your own training budget. Flexible hours and option to work on a fully remote basis. A very progressive digital specialist in Bristol with a reputation for innovation and quality, is looking for a React Native Engineer to join their team. The business is based in Bristol, but they are well-equipped for their team to work on an entirely remote basis too, if that’s your preference (You would need to be based in the UK). What you'll be doing Working alongside some seriously talented developers, you’ll be able to improve every element of your skills on projects that are genuinely exciting, including working on a complex telematics app and experimenting with AR.  They’re constantly inventing, and re-inventing so need someone who keeps a keen interest in the latest and emerging tech.  Responsibilities include; Helping shape and define the standards for mobile app development within the team, designing and developing mobile applications for Android and iOS, contributing to and improving their processes, feeding in to estimates for projects, communicating complex scenarios and outcomes to both technical and non-technical stakeholders. What skills you'll need to apply 2+ years’ experience developing commercial mobile applications for iOS and Android. Deep knowledge of React Native. Solid experience in JavaScript. Curiosity for new and emerging tech. Passionate for producing high quality work. Nice to Have - Not Essential Knowledge and experience of Typescript. Experience working with Native Bridge in React Native. Knowledge of PWAs (Progressive Web Apps). Objective-C and/or Swift. Java. What you'll get in return A salary of up to £70K DOE + benefits which include: 27 days holiday + bank holidays, flexible working hours, regular R&D time (half a day per week) building new products and learning new tech, (many of the team have attended international tech conferences and gained certifications), lots of scope for progression, a training budget, pension, healthcare, long Christmas shutdown (2 weeks), powerful kit and a programme of fun socials/trips. What's next? Like the sound of this one?  Apply with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more.  
  • 3rd May

    Frontend Developer

    — Growing Health Tech, option to be fully remote!

    Location:
    London or remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £65,000
    Join a growing Health-tech creating a ground-breaking cloud platform. Fully remote role and the flexibility to pick your own working pattern. Be a part of a growing business delivering social impact. We are working with an ambitious, well-funded start-up dedicated to improving healthcare and looking to grow their team from 22 to 45 over the next 6-9 months. As part of their growth, they are looking for a Frontend Developer with experience in Angular to join their team. They have offices in Camden, so you have the flexibly to pick where you work from, whether that be in the office, hybrid or fully remotely. However, you must be able to travel to London every few months for team working sessions and the cost of which will be compensated by the business. What you’ll be doing. You’ll help shape the way the platform is developed. Working directly with other Engineers and the Founders to design and build a platform that is intuitive and highly scalable, allowing clients to look after their patients whilst contributing to the product strategy.  You’ll interact directly with clients and prospective clients to understand their pain points and deliver what they need, iterating towards a slick and highly efficient UI. What you’ll need to apply. 2+ years commercial experience with TypeScript and Angular (they use v.12). Working knowledge of RxJS. Experience with front-end unit testing (jest, jasmine or similar). Passionate about working in a start-up environment within a collaborative team. Knowledge of and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Firestore would be desirable (but not essential). What you’ll get in return for your experience. Alongside a salary of up to £65,000 per annum you’ll enjoy; flexible working (location and timings), equity, enhanced parental leave, a learning day each month with paid courses/books, £75 towards a meal with your friends/family each month, a monthly wellbeing allowance (£50 to contribute towards a gym membership or well-being activities), quarterly team socials (including a meal out), 25 days holiday + bank holidays and an additional day for your birthday. You’ll be given the scope and autonomy to make your mark on an early stage start up in a role where you will have a direct impact on the improvement of people’s lives.  What’s next? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more.
  • 2nd May

    Software Developer

    — Market-leading Ed Tech!

    Location:
    Coventry & Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £50,000
    Join a growing EdTech whose product has revolutionised their domain. Work in a highly supportive environment with structured learning and development and professional certifications. Hybrid remote/office split and flexible working environment. I’m working with a market-leading Ed-Tech company whose product is used in over 11,000 schools and academies across 200 local authorities in the UK and has revolutionised their domain. Over the last 20 years the company have been on a mission to spearhead progress and innovation in schools, helping to streamline their operations and transform communication between schools, students, and parents. They currently have two cross-functional scrum teams and are building out a third to support their growth. As part of this they are looking for multiple hires including a mid-level Developer role.  What you’ll be doing Joining a scrum team of 6-8 Developers/Testers alongside BA’s and Designers, you’ll be involved in end-to-end project work that includes a mix of legacy product development and brand-new systems. The role is full-stack but heavily server-side focused with 80% of your time spent on back-end code, but also exposing you to front-end UIs and API development. You’ll be surrounded by a supportive team and enjoy developing new skills; they’ll set time aside as part of your sprint planning to work towards professional certifications. What experience you’ll need to apply  Proven background in C#.Net (they use. Net4.5+ and .Net Core).  Full-Stack skills but with a tendency towards the server-side.  Well-versed in HTML, CSS, JavaScript/jQuery. A modern library like Angular/React would be ideal.  Skilled in WebAPI / WebServices / WebForms.  Comfortable navigating SQL Server and SQL databases. Knowledge of Visual Studio & ReSharper or similar.  Cloud-based development expertise, preferably Azure.  Ability to undertake unit & integration tests would be useful.  Happy working Agile with regular sprints.  Any knowledge of TeamCity or similar for CI would be desirable.  What you’ll get in return for your talents: Alongside a salary of up to £50,000 (DOE), you’ll receive 25 days holiday plus bank hols, a company matched pension scheme, life assurance, option to join their private health scheme, flexible hours and more. The company offer hybrid working and are open to a conversation around what this looks like, but ideally you’ll spend 1-3 days a week in the office to support your development. The company take a proactive and ongoing approach to learning, with regular knowledge sharing sessions and access to online training like PluralSight. It’s a friendly, collaborative culture and you’ll be at the forefront of innovation within the EdTech space. What’s next Apply with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more.  
  • 2nd May

    Full Stack Developer

    — Fully remote and flexible working.

    Location:
    Fully remote from anywhere within the UK., UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £75K
    Full remote and flexible working. Hugely successful product portfolio that handles over $30 billion. Lots of opportunity for R&D. I am working with a small but well established and hugely successful Fintech who are looking for a Full Stack Developer to join their team. The business has two cutting edge products that handle an excess of $30 billion US dollars and have a growing portfolio of clients across Europe and the US.  What you’ll be doing Joining a cross functional team that includes FS developers, a FE developer, a designer and UI/UX developer, you’ll support the business in adding and enhancing features/functionalities across their product suite. Some tasks include establishing requirements, implementing and testing new features, bug fixing,creating new features from scratch, working on their AWS cloud infrastructure and being involved in peer reviewing others' code, as well as helping to build on their component library by producing efficient and re-usable code. They work with Vue on the front-end (but they're happy to cross train from React or Angular). What experience you’ll need Full-Stack web development expertise with background in the MS stack. Well-versed with C#.Net, ASP.Net, .Net Framework.  Proficiency in HTML, CSS, JSON, Webpack, JavaScript/TypeScript.  Experience using VueJS or another modern JS lbrary such as Angular or React. (Vuex, Vuetify would be useful).  Style pre/post processors (LESS), BEM.  REST APIs, OO programming.  Any cloud experience (AWS, EC2, Aurora, Route53 etc.) would be beneficial.   MS SQL, MySQL, SQL Querying.  What you’ll get in return  A salary up to £75,000 DOE + benefits which include, flexible working; you chose how to distribute your 37.5 hour working week to ensure a true work-life balance, 26 days holiday + bank holidays + an additional day for each year of service, a PluralSight subscription and lots of opportunity for R&D including a 2-hour slot every week to study what you’d like to and 5 days allocated per year to attend conferences and training courses.  What’s next? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Becca for an intial chat to find out more.
  • 1st May

    iOS Engineer

    — Innovative cyber security business

    Location:
    Cheltenham, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £60K
    Challenging cyber security applications. Swift, Cocoa Touch, Xcode, Xamarin. 3 days remote working, 9 day fortnight, excellent R&D, fun and sociable team. A fast-growing and exciting technology business is looking for an ambitious iOS Engineer to join them to build applications for their household clients across the cyber security and communications security space.  Based near Cheltenham you’ll be joining them on a fully remote basis initially with them looking to offer 3 days remote working once restrictions lift. What skills you’ll need Proven background in mobile development using Swift, Cocoa Touch and Objective-C. Experience of Xamarin would be beneficial. Experience with third party frameworks, offline storage, secure enclave, threading, and performance tuning. Knowledge of scripting languages such as Python or Bash.   Strong working knowledge of UI/UX standards and design principles. Experience with build systems (xcode, msbuild, GNU make etc.) and iOS continuous integration. An understanding of web APIs and network debugging tools (e.g. WireShark, Charles). You will need to be eligible for SC cleanrance.  What you’ll be doing Joining small team of mobile developers your focus will be to develop customised business focussed iOS applications in-line with customer specifications. You will design and build new apps from the UI through to the secure application architecture and will be responsible for their integration with 3rd party and in-house back-end services. You will be encouraged to bring new ideas to the table so staying up to date with the latest iOS enhancements as well as emerging frameworks and languages is a must. Working closely with the Service Delivery and Embedded teams you will play an active role in planning and design sessions, contributing to technical proposals on a regular basis. What you’ll get in return On top of a salary paying between £40-60K depending on exp, you’ll be joining a technology first business with innovation at it’s core. Working with some of the latest tech and tooling within a talented team of developers you’ll be supported with excellent training and progression opportunities. You’ll be offered 2/3 days remote working once things go back to normal, a 9 day fortnight scheme (meaning every other Friday off for all their employees), excellent private healthcare, bonus scheme as well as away days, generous pension and 25 days annual leave and more. What’s next? Sound good? Send your CV to Becca now!
  • 1st May

    Test Automation Engineer

    — Optional 9 day fortnight!

    Location:
    Gloucestershire, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £50,000
    Flexible working with hybrid office/remote split. Optional 9-day fortnight! Annual bonus, awesome benefits and lots of R&D opportunities. I’m looking for a Test Automation Engineer to join a tech company who provide a range of public sector clients with research, tech and products surrounding cyber and comms security. They’re based in Gloucestershire, where they have a hybrid office/remote split and the option to work a 9-day fortnight! Due to the nature of the project work you’ll need to be eligible for SC Clearance.  What you’ll being doing Working as part of a team on a range of different projects and helping to develop the business’ automation testing capabilities as well as supporting the continuous improvement of the quality of their testing through R&D. You will produce detailed test scripts and develop automation solutions which ultimately will improve the quality of their products.  What skills you’ll need Significant experience writing automation tests using Python / Robot or more traditional tools like Selenium. Experience working in TDD (Test-Driven Development) environments  Clear and concise documentation. Exposure to a range of Test Management tools, such as JIRA, MTM or TestRail. Experience testing in multi-disciplinary teams. Awareness of CI/CD and DevOps ways of working. Experience of testing embedded software products (C, C++) is desirable. Experience using Linux systems as well as Windows. ISTQB certification or similar would be preferred. Familiarity with languages such as C, Python and Bash Scripting. What you’ll get in return for your experience  This business do a lot with school/graduate outreach, having been involved in various STEM programmes, graduate schemes and educational initiatives to upskill the millennial generation in the importance of cyber security. On top of a generous salary, you’ll get 25 days hol + bank hols, private health cover, a profit-sharing bonus which varies year-on-year, a healthy group personal pension scheme matched up to 5%, and much more. They also advocate for mental well-being and provide an optional 9-day fortnight which any employee can take advantage of!  What’s next? To apply, send your CV to Becca.  
  • 28th Apr

    Microsoft Power Apps Developer

    — 3 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £750 p/day "Inside IR35"
    Microsoft Power Apps Developer. Up to £750 p/day "Inside IR35". 3 Months Initial - Remote Work. 3-month initial contract opportunity, for a Microsoft Power Apps Developer to work for an awesome Bristol based company. What you'll be doing Working for a amazing company based between your home office - optional office space depending on your preference. What experience you'll need to apply for this role Microsoft Power Apps (Expert). Microsoft Dynamics (Advanced). HTML/CSS/JavaScript (Advanced). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £750 p/day "Inside IR35", however, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. What's next? Please apply with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 28th Apr

    Front-End Developer

    — B Corp connecting non-profits with funding

    Location:
    Full remote or Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £50K
    Join a passionate team using tech to help community groups and charities access funding. Help to shape and evolve a successful platform doing good all across the UK. React, Next.js, Jest, Cypress, AWS. Learn Python/Django if you wish! We’re looking for a Front-End Developer to join an incredible company who bring businesses and communities together to make change happen from the grassroots up. They are B Corp certified and big believers in the power of business to do good. Their game-changing platform connects non-profits in need of funding, with businesses who want to distribute funding and support their community. Since the platform’s launch at the end of last year they have partnered with the likes of Carling, Legal & General, Greene King and Sir Robert McAlpine, and have already distributed over £450k in funding, but they want to do more, scale up and multiply their impact! The skills we’re looking for Commercial experience building and scaling production grade web applications with front-end languages and libraries, particularly React and Next.js. Experience working with REST APIs. Interest and knowledge of UI/UX and design. A drive to make robust systems using approaches such as Jest, Cypress and Storybook. Excellent attention to detail, organisational skills. Bonus points for… Experience working with AWS.  Experience working on SaaS applications. An interest or passion for supporting charities, community organisations, not-for-profits. What you’ll be doing The development has recently been brought in-house, so you’ll be working closely with the Lead Developer and will be responsible for the front-end aspects of their software development lifecycle, from conception to deployment. This role will be very much front-end focused but if you’re interested, you’ll be able to learn about and be involved in back-end coding languages, development frameworks and 3rd party libraries. You’ll design client-side architecture, connect APIs and build features and applications with a mobile responsive design. To ensure optimal responsiveness and efficiency, you’ll test, troubleshoot, debug and upgrade software and work with the wider team to make improvements.  What you’ll get in return for your talents There are ambitious growth plans and they want to improve and enhance the platform, so this is a fantastic opportunity to join the business at an early stage and make a real difference. You’ll receive a starting salary of up to c£50K and some great perks including flexible hours, share options, and two volunteer days a year. The role can be fully remote, but if you live within a commutable distance of Bristol and are happy to pop into the office from time to time that would be a bonus! What’s next? Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV or get in touch with Sky if you have any questions.
  • 27th Apr

    Full Stack Engineer

    — Product focused tech for good start up

    Location:
    California, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    $135000
    Work for a fast-growing US start up business with a great “mission led” culture. Fully remote working and great benefits package. Join a sustainable business who care deeply about social impact, creating applications that will help create cleaner water for the many.   We are pleased to be working with a great sustainable start up business who are on the lookout for a Full Stack Engineer to join their growing team. This business is on a mission to create a larger availability of cleaner water by using the power of technology and data-driven insights. Founded in 2017, this business has grown to over 50 members of staff and is keen to continue their growth over the next few years. They have secured Series B funding and are in a really good position to continue their success with the products. What you will be doing: Working across the full stack, you will be building highly scalable solutions and develop new features as the business grows. We are looking for someone who likes to push boundaries and take end-to-end ownership of the projects. You will be building products whist working in a team that is deeply passionate about new technologies and overcoming challenges. What experience you will need: Previous commercial experience working as a Full Stack Software Engineer. Experience working for or a desire to work for a start-up business. Strong knowledge of Python, AWS, JavaScript and Databases. Knowledge in database systems like RDS, MySQL, ElasticSearch, and NoSQL databases such as DynamoDB, Redis. Unit/integration testing experience. Comfortable performing code reviews and experience working with cross functional teams. Fantastic time keeping skills and the ability to complete projects in a timely fashion. Enjoys a challenge and enjoys the ups and downs of start-up life. Masters degree or more in Computer Science or a related field. Great team player, with excellent communication skills.   What you will get in return for your talents: Medical coverage from day one – including medical, dental, vison. Unlimited holiday! Plus, the public holidays. $50,000 in life insurance for each employee. 401K plan – Automatically enrolled after 90 days of employment. $100 a month electronics allowance – cell phone expenses/internet etc. The chance to work for a great start up in the tech for good space. Join a business with strong company values and a great mission led culture.   What next? If this role sounds like it could your next career move, please get in touch with Amber at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or apply with your most up to date CV.
  • 27th Apr

    Python Engineer

    — Product focused "tech for good" start up

    Location:
    California, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    $135,000
    Work for a fast-growing US start up business with a great “mission led” culture. Fully remote working and great benefits package. Join a sustainable business who care deeply about social impact, creating applications that will help create cleaner water for the many.  We are pleased to be working with a great sustainable start up business who are on the lookout for a Python Engineer to join their growing team. This business is on a mission to create a larger availability of cleaner water by using the power of technology and data-driven insights. Founded in 2017, this business has grown to over 50 members of staff and is keen to continue their growth over the next few years. They have secured Series B funding and are in a really good position to continue their success with the products. What you will be doing: You will be working primarily in Python and Cloud development on scaling backend applications. We are looking for someone who can help improve code quality through writing unit tests and automation. You will be working with both the product and design teams to find effective technical solutions and collaborate with the rest of the engineering team. What experience you will need: Previous commercial experience working as a Software Engineer. Experience working for or a desire to work for a start-up business. Strong programming skills in Python. Knowledge in database systems like RDS, MySQL, ElasticSearch, and NoSQL databases such as DynamoDB, Redis. Ability to improve code quality, unit testing and automation. Comfortable performing code reviews. Experience working with cross functional teams. Fantastic time keeping skills and the ability to complete projects in a timely fashion. Enjoys a challenge and enjoys the ups and downs of start up life. Masters degree or more in Computer Science or a related field. Great team player, with excellent communication skills.   What you will get in return for your talents: Medical coverage from day one – including medical, dental, vison. Unlimited holiday! Plus, the public holidays. $50,000 in life insurance for each employee. 401K plan – Automatically enrolled after 90 days of employment. $100 a month electronics allowance – cell phone expenses/internet etc. The chance to work for a great start up in the tech for good space. Join a business with strong company values and a great mission led culture.   What next? If this role sounds like it could your next career move, please get in touch with Amber at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or apply with your most up to date CV.
  • 26th Apr

    Full Stack Developer

    — Music & entertainment

    Location:
    Remote UK, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    60000
    Fully remote working! And the business was working remotely before Covid, so they know how to do it well! The chance to join a rapidly growing business working globally with clients working in the music and entertainment industry. Your code will be seen by a HUGE amount of people, and you will be working alongside highly skilled long serving staff on some really cool projects. Very flexible business with fantastic leaders, offering great benefits in a highly supportive environment.   We are working with a very well-established business who are on the lookout for a Full Stack Developer due to success with projects allowing for expansion. You would be joining a tight knit team of 10 developers all working remotely within a business with very impressive staff retention. You will be working with some rather large and very well-known brands at enterprise level and have your code open to huge exposure to people working within the music industry.   What you’ll be doing You will be working on some very high-profile projects and brands using a good mix of technical skills and a keen eye for detail. The tech team here has a very impressive staff retention rate, with some members of the team going into their twelfth year. With this, you will be working with some very highly skilled engineers and the opportunity to learn and grow here is massive. You will be joining a team of 40 staff working across technology, eCommerce, product design and marketing and are proud to be working with one of the music industry's largest WordPress Content Management Solutions.   What experience you’ll need Previous experience working as a Full Stack Developer. Web basics - JavaScript, CSS/SASS and HTML. A solid base of backend fundamentals: MySQL database queries and an understanding of core OOP – PHP/NodeJS. Ability to work well under pressure and self-motivated. Openness and willingness to learn. Good team player and positive outlook. Great communication skills both written and verbal. Excellent attention to detail. Nice to haves: Experience working with WordPress - Plugin and Theme Creation. AWS Linux What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as a fantastic salary, you will receive a company pension, private medical care, life insurance, 25 days holiday plus the bank holidays and an employee assistance program. Flexible approach to working, enhanced maternity leave, budget for training courses and ongoing support to ensure you get to where you want to in your career. Hours - 9am-6pm with an hour for lunch   What next? If this role sounds like it could your next career move, please get in touch with Amber at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or apply with your most up to date CV.
  • 26th Apr

    PHP Developer

    — Digital Media & Print

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    28000
    Unique business working in the digital and print sector with London based offices. Fast growing business with great company culture. Generous holiday as well as free cruises with increased years of service. We are working with a specialist media company who are based in London and focus on publishing, content marketing and websites for the travel sector. Founded in 2013, this business has successfully grown and expanded and are now looking to add another developer for the team. You will be maintaining and improving company websites and will also be involved in new builds planned for other brands in the business. The aim here is to grow into market leaders for this sector. There is huge potential for personal growth and training here and lots of scope to develop your career. This is hybrid role with 2 days a month in the office/nearby workspace with the Lead Developer for your first couple of months to ensure you are up to speed with the work they do.   What experience you will need: Strong knowledge of PHP development with previous experience working commercially as a PHP Developer. JavaScript (vanilla and/or JQuery) Solid understanding of modern HTML, CSS. A good working knowledge of MySQL Strong experience in creating CMS custom modules and plugins – (CraftCMS, Wordpress) Experience with or willingness to learn CraftCMS. Ability to multitask and deal with pressure in a fast moving and fast-growing environment. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Great team player! What you will get in return for your talents: Great salary with regular salary reviews. Company pension. Company Christmas outing, summer socials and annual awards night. Lots of room for growth and progression within the business. 25 days holiday plus bank holidays and fully paid for cruises with continued years of service. Flexible and remote working options.   What next? If this role sounds like it could your next career move, please get in touch with Amber at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or apply with your most up to date CV.
  • 26th Apr

    Full Stack Web Developer – Craft CMS

    — Full Service Agency

    Location:
    Remote UK, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40,000
    Work for a down to earth full-service agency focusing on creative, marketing and web design with a really good mixture of existing and new clients. Parent friendly with remote and flexible working options. Highly supportive team, mentorship programs and Lead/Head of opportunities.   I am excited to be working with a fantastic little agency who are on the lookout for a Craft CMS Developer to come on board on a remote basis. This is a full-service digital agency offering solutions to brand identity and strategy, web design and development, strategic/marketing planning, design for print and packaging, social media, display and exhibitions, and event management. They work with a wide range of clients from start-ups to multinational businesses.  What you will be doing: As Web Developer you will be responsible for maintaining existing client websites, but also work on new projects coming into the business allowing for lots of creativity. We are looking for someone with a passion for both front and back-end development who has great commercial experience building fast, modern and responsive websites. The majority of the work will be in PHP and Craft CMS.  This is a remote role, however, there will be lots of contact and socials with the wider team. What experience you will need: Previous experience working as a Web Developer Craft CMS – This really is a must! Excellent PHP coding skills. HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Craft CMS plugin development. Previous experience working for a digital agency. Great team player & passionate about tech. Top notch communication skills, both written and verbal.   What you will get in return for your talents: Fully remote working in the UK. Parent friendly business with very flexible hours. 26 days holiday plus the 8 bank holidays. Highly supportive team and leadership. Training budget for courses & conferences. Coaching and mentorship programs. Lot of company socials!   What next? If this role sounds like it could your next career move, please get in touch with Amber at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or apply with your most up to date CV.
  • 25th Apr

    Full Stack Developer

    — Major entertainment brands

    Location:
    Remote UK, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60,000
    Fully remote working! And the business was working remotely before Covid, so they know how to do it well! The chance to join a rapidly growing business working globally with clients working in the music and entertainment industry. Your code will be seen by a HUGE amount of people, and you will be working alongside highly skilled long serving staff on some really cool projects. Very flexible business with fantastic leaders, offering great benefits in a highly supportive environment. We are working with a very well-established business who are on the lookout for a Full Stack Developer due to success with projects allowing for expansion. You would be joining a tight knit team of 10 developers all working remotely within a business with very impressive staff retention. You will be working with some rather large and very well-known brands at enterprise level and have your code open to huge exposure to people working within the music and entertianment industries.   What you’ll be doing You will be working on some very high-profile projects and brands using a good mix of technical skills and a keen eye for detail. The tech team here has a very impressive staff retention rate, with some members of the team going into their twelfth year. With this, you will be working with some very highly skills engineers and the opportunity to learn and grow here is massive. Ultimately you will be helping to build WordPress themes and plugins for multiple websites that will be seen and used by millions.   What experience you’ll need Previous experience working as a Full Stack Developer. Web basics - JavaScript, CSS/SASS and HTML. A solid base of backend fundamentals: MySQL database queries and an understanding of core OOP – PHP/NodeJS. Ability to work well under pressure and self-motivated. Openness and willingness to learn. Good team player and positive outlook. Great communication skills both written and verbal. Excellent attention to detail.   What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as a fantastic salary, you will receive a company pension, private medical care, life insurance, 25 days holiday plus the bank holidays and an employee assistance program. Flexible approach to working, enhanced maternity leave, budget for training courses and ongoing support to ensure you get to where you want to in your career. Hours - 9am-6pm with an hour for lunch   What next? If this role sounds like it could your next career move, please get in touch with Amber at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or apply with your most up to date CV.
  • 25th Apr

    Senior Developer

    — Magento, Remote

    Location:
    Remote or Cotswolds, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60K-£75K
    Fast-growing UK leading eCommerce business. Ideal role for a Senior Developer looking to grow into a Tech Lead. Remote, PHP, Magento, Laravel/Symfony. A fantastic opportunity to join a thriving company who are looking to develop a small, quality-driven tech team.  With a £50m turnover and ambitious plans to rejuvenate their eCommerce presence, this is the perfect role for a talented Senior Developer keen to take on more responsibility. Head office is in the Cotswolds (between Cheltenham and Oxford) although this role can be remote with a monthly trip in to see the team. What skills you’ll be needing Full stack Magento 2 development. Solid web development skills across PHP, Laravel/Symfony, MySQL, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. CICD DevOps (AWS, scripted containerised deployments). Understanding/awareness of WordPress. Ideally some experience of JavaScript frameworks (React, Vue or Angular). Ecommerce development background. Keen understanding of user needs (UX/UI design). Able to produce clean, documented code. Ability to identify, analyse and resolve problems quickly and effectively. What you’ll be doing As Senior Developer they’re looking for someone with a wide range of skills and experience to come in and help deliver a Magento platform, B2B portal and various software development projects.  Priority for them is to find someone with solid Magento 2, PHP, MySQL, Laravel/Symfony experience alongside some exposure to CI/CD (AWS).  You will be expected to scope and deliver development projects working closely with the Project Manager and eCommerce Manager to test and deploy projects.  You will be responsible for monitoring website performance and it’s integration with WordPress and you’ll be able to introduce unit and regression testing across the codebase.  Further duties will include maintaining the codebase, version control and ensuring that the CI/CD process is efficient.  There is also significant scope for integration and API development as part of a general digital transformation process within the wider business, too. It is envisaged there may also be requirements for additional software development of standalone applications and tooling, so Laravel or Symfony would also be useful. What you’ll get in return for your talents They’re offering the chance to push your career forward significantly and help to grow a small and supportive development team (likely to be 3-4 developers over time).  You will have a real say in the technology roadmap and be able to bring in process, standards and ideas of your own.  In addition there’s a competitive salary of £60-75K, 25 days hol, company pension, healthcare and for anyone to come into the office there’s a cycle to work scheme, stunning courtyard offices including tranquil gardens, garden breakout area and plenty of staff socials etc. What’s next Like the sound of this one, send in your CV NOW!
  • 25th Apr

    DevOps Engineer / SysAdmin

    — Innovative, progressive, seriously talented

    Location:
    Corsham, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Generous
    Pick up cutting-edge tech and best practices along the way. Great progression and training, quality driven with strong R&D Innovative thinking, amazing clients. A top digital product specialist is looking to take on a DevOps Engineer to add to their 20 strong development team.  If you’re keen to be part of a real hidden gem based in their beautiful countryside studio in West Wiltshire, prefer office-based work and are still comfortable with mucking in with on-prem / SysAdmin responsibilities, then this could be the one! What skills you'll be needing Proven knowledge of AWS. Good hands-on knowledge of Configuration Management and Deployment tools like – Terraform, CloudFormationetc. Proficient in Bash scripting. Experience in Git and Git workflows. Experience in developing CI/CD pipelines. Experience of software containerization platforms and tools e.g. Docker, Kubernetes. Experience of architecting, building and supporting infrastructure (eg. configuring servers, storage, firewalls, routers, switches, including virtualisation). Solid experience and understanding of open server stack including Linuxs, Apache, MySQL. Familiar with Agile methodologies, iterative and incremental development. Experience of working in a fast-paced environment where products have to be delivered to fixed timescales. Experience working with development teams to troubleshoot problems throughout the lifetime of an application. What you'll be doing You'll be working alongside some SysAdmin and AWS experts, helping this ambitious and innovative company supporting a few areas of business (including but not limited to: servers, storage, firewalls, switches, software, etc). Designing, building and enhancing cloud infrastructure across their client projects and working across a number of projects in a multi-disciplinary team to identify infrastructure technologies and solutions that could be used for upcoming projects and long-term strategies. Provide input on project scoping, architecting, estimating and planning for proposals, pitches and new projects. Contribute to best practices and standards across projects. Shaping maintenance and support efforts on behalf of our clients, including the development of SLA agreements. What you'll get in return for your talents This role is working for one of the most progressive technical businesses in the region, you'll be able to learn cutting edge tech with the freedom and autonomy to introduce the business to any you have evaluated personally.  With a big development team, you'll feed off the buzz of creativity and innovation here.  As long as you have an ingrained passion for technology, reading blogs etc you’ll get along just fine. A generous salary and holidays, gym membership, pension, electric car scheme, conferences/course access, regular socials and more await. What's next Sound like you? Send in your CV for more info to Tareek asap!
  • 25th Apr

    PHP Developer

    — Tech-for-good in social care sector

    Location:
    Weston-Super-Mare, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £34K-£40K
    Be part of a tech-for-good start-up improving the lives of people with Learning Disabilities. Join remotely as the second member of the tech team with huge scope to shape the product. Tech stack: PHP, Laravel, MySQL, HTML, CSS. A start-up based on the outskirts of Bristol with a mission to use technology to help make a positive social impact is looking for a talented PHP Developer to join their team. The person-centred platform is benefiting hundreds of users within Health, Social Care and Education settings by helping to empower people with Learning Disabilities to be more independent. The skills we’re looking for: Someone at Junior or Mid-level with strong PHP/Laravel. Good experience using JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SASS. Git version control. Experience of Agile methodology and sprints. Self-driven, able to manage your own workload and happy working in a start-up environment. Strong communication skills. Bonus points for… Someone who is (or has been) involved with volunteering, fundraising or ‘giving back’ in some way and is passionate about social impact. Design experience. An interest in picking up skills with React, React Native as the role develops. An interest in or knowledge of video streaming. What you’ll be doing As the second member of the tech team, it’s a brilliant opportunity to make a difference and to get stuck into all aspects of the product. You’ll initially be focused on the backend, moving to Full Stack with opportunities to learn new tech including React Native. Working alongside the Tech Director, you’ll be involved in the complete development lifecycle from design to deployment. This will include the design and implementation of new features, maintaining and improving the current code base, support, testing, documentation, and statistical analysis of data. You’ll help develop new projects and take ownership of areas where your skills excel. You’ll also work closely with the wider team to gather requirements and ideas for further development. What you’ll get in return for your talents: The feel-good factor of working for a purpose-led company doing good in the world, where the product is making a genuine difference to the lives of the users and their families. The salary is up to £40k and they offer remote working - there's a requirement to come to the office for quarterly meetings, but otherwise you can choose where you work. Standard hours are 9-5 but these are flexible, and you manage your own time. There will be lots of opportunities to develop your Full Stack skills too through exposure to a wide range of projects, working closely with the support of the Tech Director. As the company grows, they will look to build the development team meaning longer-term there will be opportunities to coach/mentor others if that appeals too. What’s next: Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV or get in touch with Sky if you have any questions.
  • 25th Apr

    React Native Developer

    — Powerful tech for good software!

    Location:
    Bristol or remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £65,000
    Powerful product improving healthcare services across over 1,000 clients worldwide. Complex and innovative mobile application development. Ambitious tech-for-good business with great work-life balance. I'm working with a market-leading software house who are looking for a React Native Engineer to join their team. They’re open to fully remote working, but their hub is in Bristol if you’d like to work from the office, alongside a talented team of developers, QA’s and DevOps engineers. If you want to work on a Tech-for-Good innovative product, then this could be the one for you! What you'll be doing Within this role you’ll build performant mobile apps on both the iOS and Android platforms. You’ll be responsible for architecting and building these applications, as well as coordinating with the teams responsible for other layers of the product infrastructure.  Joining a team of 10+ Developers working to the ‘Spotify Model’, you can expect high levels of alignment and autonomy. Working closely with others in ‘squads’ to deliver complex solutions that are genuinely improving the lives of vulnerable people. This is a varied and heavily technical role needing strong problem-solving and innovation. You’ll be methodical, focussed, patient and product focussed. What experience you'll need Well versed in JavaScript/TypeScript. Commercial experience with React Native across iOS and Android platforms. Experience with Redux for state management. Knowledge of React (ES5/6). Experience with Git. Knowledge of REST APIs. Knowledge of cloud development ideally AWS. Experience working with build tools. What you’ll get in return You'll receive a competitive salary (up to £65K DOE) with the opportunity for career progression as the company continues to grow as well as benefit from working in a centrally located, relaxed, office environment with great people (if you’d like to use the space). Flexible working, personal development plan and plenty of knowledge sharing, 30 days holiday (including bank holidays), great pension scheme, mental health and wellbeing programmes, enhanced maternity and paternity pay plus health plan that covers – dental, medical and opticians. In addition, you can attend conferences each year, training focus and time allocation, eLearning or new tech if relevant, quarterly work socials, Christmas party.  What's next Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more.
  • 21st Apr

    Graduate Analyst

    — Investment Management Firm

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    28.000 - 32.000
    Friendly team. Hybrid working. Great package, training and progression opportunities. A great opportunity for a junior candidate to join this growing team! What you’ll be doing This fantastic role offers a graduate the opportunity to join a friendly team of ten where there is lots of opportunity to learn and grow. You’ll need to come in with SQL experience so you can assist on various projects across the operations team and help desk. This role would involve ad hoc, project work alongside daily BAU tasks and a larger reporting task which runs across the organisation. What experience you’ll need to apply? Strong SQL experience A STEM or numerical degree Bonus for experience with PowerBI Bonus for knowledge of Python or R Confident communicator Comfortable presenting in front of others What you’ll get in return for your experience   A salary up to £32,000 for the right person, plus a strong package and great progression opportunities. What next Please get in touch with Tegan with an updated CV today!
  • 21st Apr

    Cloud Infrastructure Lead

    — Complex hybrid cloud infrastructure (Azure, AWS)

    Location:
    Chippenham / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K - £70K
    Clean energy company who invest in GreenTech start-ups.  Own the provision of the business’ cloud infrastructure.    Majority remote, flexible hours, unique benefits package!  A multi award-winning company with a sustainability focus is looking for a Cloud Infrastructure Lead to join them on a majority remote basis, ideally with a trip to their eco-friendly Chippenham hub every few weeks but open to a discussion as to what this looks like. 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 with more exciting plans for growth in the pipeline throughout 2022.   What skills you’ll need  Proven experience in managing large-scale cloud-based infrastructure.  Well-versed in navigating the Azure ecosystem, preferably with a relevant certification. Confident with the Azure DevOps package, including CI/CD, source control, resource management, IaC and app monitoring/logging.  Ability to improve and simplify a complex hybrid infrastructure.  Experience working with APIs.  Any awareness of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes) would be beneficial.  Background working with on-prem infrastructure or server migrations of any kind.  Admin experience for servers/storage and knowledge of VMware.  Networking knowledge, firewalls, security, VPNs etc.  What you’ll be doing  This role sits in a small operations team with accountability for improving the performance, automation, security and scalability of their hybrid cloud infrastructure which is majority Azure-based (there’s some exposure to AWS too). You’ll deliver a technical strategy for CI/CD and automation, supporting the team with new feature implementations and ensuring rigorous enhancement of the business’ cloud footprint. You’ll spend time creating a guide on Azure DevOps to help increase knowledge across the team, as well as communicating with key stakeholder groups across the wider business. Whilst this is a lead role, it’s not people management, more technical leadership so you’ll remain hands-on with lots of autonomy over strategic direction of their cloud infrastructure moving forward.  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, majority 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.
  • 21st Apr

    eCommerce Project Manager

    — Well established eCommerce Agency

    Location:
    North / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35000 - £50000
    Exciting chance to play a key role within this well-established, growing agency. Variety of high-profile projects and clients to work with. Clear and defined career progression and development opportunities. Do you have experience delivering eCommerce projects? Do you thrive in a fast paced, agile agency? Are you looking for an opportunity to develop and progress your career? This may be the opportunity for you! This is a chance to join an award-winning eCommerce agency in the role of Project Manager. Please note my client has multiple offices in the North of England, but has offered 100% remote working for years, so applicants from all over the UK are welcome, and this forward-thinking mentality towards flexible working is indicative of the culture of this leading agency. What you’ll be doing As Project Manager, you will be part of a successful and growing PM function, that’s focus is to deliver Shopify and Big Commerce website development projects for internationally recognised brands across multiple sectors including food, fitness, and fashion. The agency was built on a mantra of delivering important projects on time, budget, and scope for clients with differing levels of expectation. 30 years later, a track record of high performance has been cemented which ensures repeat business and referrals from impressive clients, as well as a reputation within the eCommerce agency community that these guys “know what they’re doing”. Specifically, as a Project Manager, you will benefit from designated resource with inhouse development and creative teams, as well as building close relationships with other Account & Project Managers in addition to a leadership team which are readily available to bounce ideas off. From speaking with the Directors, they are really keen to see a Project Manager who has aspirations to develop and thrive into more senior roles in the agency, the possibility of becoming a Director over time is not unrealistic! This is a superb opportunity to be part of an award-winning agency who continue to grow through successful projects with exciting clients, landing some big names since their inception. This agency has a great personality and philosophy, mixing talent with fun, and are looking for a like-minded Project Manager to come on board. What experience you’ll need You will have previous experience as a Project Manager, ideally agency side. You will have previous experience delivering eCommerce projects. Experience with Shopify or Big Commerce would be helpful. You’ll need to be a confident communicator, hands on approach to problem solving and ensuring that things keep running smoothly. Comfortable in a fast paced, Agile environment managing multiple tasks simultaneously. You will be ambitious and driven, and a passionate about a career within a great digital agency who are really going places. As a communicative and confident stakeholder manager, you’ll utilise your previous experience to keep everyone informed along the way, obtaining buy-in and sign off for briefs, ensuring everything runs smoothly from inception to delivery. Comfortable using various project management tools and software. You will be passionate about the eCommerce world and understand the full development lifecycle. Naturally you’ll be extremely organised, ensuring projects are being delivered on time and on budget and everything runs like clockwork. Eager to be part of a friendly and sociable team with a fun, but hard-working mentality. Comfortable working 100% remotely long term, or from one of the offices in the North of England. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be part of an agency that devotes a lot of time, money, and effort into developing your career. This agency is well established and performing very well, offering you the chance to play a key role in the continued success as Project Manager. You’ll enjoy a competitive salary and clear and defined career progression. What’s next? Apply now or contact Jingwei Zhou at ADLIB Recruitment asap for more information.
  • 20th Apr

    Cloud Software Engineer

    — Python, MLOps

    Location:
    Bristol / 100% Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £75K
    Pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic & tracking tech.  Progressive tech & tooling, be involved in MLOps research. Global product reach, huge investment, 100% remote working and more.     A pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic and tracking technology is looking for a Cloud Software Engineer to join their team with the option to be 100% remote. The business is backed by huge investment with 180+ employees globally; the last year has only accelerated their product roadmap so they’re in an incredibly healthy position to be growing the team further. Their technology is used in a variety of fields including VR/AR, spatial computing, immersive 3D experience, automotive, entertainment, medical/healthcare and more. What experience you’ll need Significant Python development experience in production environments. Those who are tech agnostic would also be considered.  Proven background in web engineering and cloud computing.  Ability to design and utilise app/service based APIs.  Extensive knowledge of the AWS ecosystem, including EC2, S3, RDS, VPC, SQS & Autoscaling.  Knowledge of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes) and virtualisation (vSphere or similar).  Ability to write infrastructure-as-code using Terraform, CloudFormation, Ansible, Packer etc.  Understanding of CI/CD principles and building CI/CD infrastructure. Any knowledge of MLOps would be useful.  Awareness of cloud security principles.  What you’ll be doing The team are looking for someone to join their world-leading tracking division to support further enhancements of their ML research platform. You’ll have involvement in research, software and platform development to produce the next-gen of tracking capability, taking ownership of strategic technical direction of wider systems and adding new functionality to their MLOps system with a focus on APIs, infrastructure and service development (using Python). You’ll help to define architecture for MLOps tooling and automation of their test and deployment processes to ensure seamlessness and constant introduction of modern methodologies. This role involves coding and is a hybrid across software and platform/infrastructure engineering.  What you’ll get in return for your talents An incredible opportunity to join a world-leader in the touchless technology space, offering a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas are not only valued, but implemented. There’s constant support and opportunity for R&D, 100% remote and flexible working for those who need it, autonomy and control over architectural direction and lots more. You’ll get a healthy pension (401(k) plan), generous holidays, medical benefits including healthcare, wellbeing programmes, social events and ability to use their products, which is awesome in itself!  What’s next? Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more. 
  • 20th Apr

    Senior/Lead Developer

    — Scientific tech solutions

    Location:
    Corsham / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60K - £75K
    Help to power the next generation of science.  Tech-first business, small team with lots of autonomy.  Full remote, 29 days hols, generous pension.  We’ve teamed up with one of the UK’s fastest-growing private scientific tech businesses who are powering the next generation of science companies, operating as part of a wider group with a tech solution offering across healthcare, medicines and microbiological testing. They have a small team in Wiltshire with plans to split up the development functions which has created an initial need for two Lead Developers. What experience you’ll need Proven experience in software development at lead level, ideally with onboarding experience.  Background in C#.Net – they use .Net Framework and .Net Core.  Well-versed in HTML, CSS, JavaScript with ability to build SPAs in React (or similar).  Knowledge of automated unit and integration testing.  Ability to work Agile (Scrum).  Skilled in SQL, ORM frameworks and database design. Any message-based microservice architecture knowledge would be awesome.  Comfortable working in the cloud; they use AWS but another platform is fine.  Awareness of CI/CD (TeamCity) and general DevOps ways of working. Any knowledge of infrastructure-as-code (Terraform, CloudFormation etc.) would be beneficial.  What you’ll be doing Joining a small team with lots of autonomy, you’ll take ownership of one of their software development functions as the team scales throughout 2022. You’ll be involved in growing and leading a team of junior-mid-level developers, taking technical responsibility for end-to-end software projects in line with wider deliverables agreed across design, code, test and documentation. You’ll liaise and advise stakeholders on design and delivery standards, often remaining hands-on with coding whilst mentoring others on the team to ensure high-quality outputs. As the business progresses, you’ll be expected to support them with implementing new tools and frameworks to support the wider team, so having an adaptable mindset with passion for learning new tech is essential.  What you’ll get in return for your talents Joining a small team with the backing of a wider group leaves plenty of room to progress and implement new ideas. On top of a generous salary, you can expect a very healthy pension scheme (you pay 6%, they pay 8%), life assurance, a company bonus scheme and 29 days holiday (incl. bank hols, increasing with service). They’re advocates for continued learning and will back to you undertake any courses or conferences you feel will benefit yourself, the team and their wider products/services.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 19th Apr

    C++ Engineer

    — World leading haptic and tracking tech company!

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £60,000
    Pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic & tracking tech.   Work on greenfield projects in progressive tech-driven environment. Global product reach, huge investment, autonomy, flexibility and more. A pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic and tracking technology is looking for a C++ Engineer to join their Bristol team. The business is backed by huge investment with 175+ employees globally; the last year has only accelerated their product roadmap and they’re in an optimal position to be growing the team further. Their technology is used in a variety of fields including VR/AR, spatial computing, immersive 3D experience, automotive, entertainment, medical/healthcare and more.  What you’ll be doing  This role sits within a collaborative sprint team who are bringing their powerful tracking technology to more and more platforms. You’ll be joining a cross-functional team who take machine learning models from the research team and provide tracking services and SDK that support a range of operating systems, processors, and hardware. You’ll work with C++ and integrate with Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android as well as ARM processors, helping to drive continuous improvement within the team. What experience you’ll need  Prior experience in a successful software product development team. Demonstrable experience in a related field, such as XR, OOH, HMI, machine learning, or computer vision. Development experience with modern C++, or the ability to learn quickly. Previous experience developing multi-threaded applications. User centric mindset. What you’ll get in return  An incredible opportunity to join a world-leader in the touchless technology space, offering a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas are not only valued, but implemented. There’s constant support and opportunity for R&D, remote and flexible working for those who need it, autonomy and control over architectural direction and lots more. Alongside a salary of up to £60,000, you’ll get a healthy pension (401(k) plan), generous holidays, medical benefits including healthcare, wellbeing programmes, social events as well as the opportunity to use their products! What’s next?  Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.  
  • 19th Apr

    Senior Developer

    — EdTech Leader

    Location:
    Coventry / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £60K
    Work on an EdTech product supporting millions of parents across the country. Supported learning and regular knowledge sharing & professional development sessions. Hybrid model with a mature approach to flexible working. An EdTech company with an industry-leading product is looking for a Senior Developer to join them in Coventry as they scale throughout 2022. Over the last 20 years the company have been on a mission to champion progress and innovation in schools, bridging the communication gap between schools, students and parents. They’ve shaken up the industry and are proud to be a partner to thousands of schools across the UK, helping to streamline their operations and improve engagement with parents. What experience you’ll need Proven background in C#.Net (they use. Net4.5+ and .Net Core).  Full-Stack skills but with a tendency towards the server-side.  Well-versed in HTML, CSS, JavaScript/jQuery. A modern library like Angular/React would be ideal.  Skilled in WebAPI / WebServices / WebForms.  Comfortable navigating SQL Server and SQL databases. Knowledge of Visual Studio & ReSharper or similar.  Cloud-based development expertise, preferably Azure.  Ability to undertake unit & integration tests would be useful.  Happy working Agile with regular sprints.  Any knowledge of TeamCity or similar for CI would be desirable.  What you’ll be doing Joining a Scrum team of 6-8 Developers/Testers and alongside other BA’s and Designers, you’ll be involved in end-to-end project work with a nice spread of legacy product development and brand-new systems. The role is full-stack but heavily server-side focused with 80% of your time spent on back-end code, but also covering front-end UIs and API development. A lot of the newer projects focus on event-based messaging systems and they’re keen to build a TDD approach across the team so any knowledge/experience here would be very useful. You’ll enjoy learning new skills and taking time out to focus on professional development, as well as mentoring juniors to upskill in any areas they’re perhaps not as confident.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll receive 25 days holiday plus bank hols, a company matched pension scheme, life assurance, option to join their private health scheme, flexible hours and more. The company offer hybrid working and are open to a conversation around what this looks like, but ideally you’ll spend around 1/2 days a week in the office. The company take a proactive and ongoing approach to learning, with regular knowledge sharing sessions and access to online training like PluralSight. It’s a friendly, collaborative culture and you’ll be at the forefront of innovation within the EdTech space. What’s next Interested? Drop your CV to Joe to find out more. 
  • 18th Apr

    Full-Stack JS Engineer

    — Join the GreenTech revolution!

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £65K
    Work with React, React Native, TypeScript, NodeJS, GCP. Very experienced engineering team, work with the best! GreenTech business, sustainable software engineering. A very successful scale-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 200,000 registrations having launched over 4 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 a sustainable social network, optimising a rich, image/vid intensive mobile app and utilising AI tech to augment and identify plants through an image recognition tool, as well as making improvements to digital visitor experience. The products are very 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.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You will receive a salary paying market rate (£40-65K 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 hours 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! 
  • 18th Apr

    Front-End Developer

    — React, NextJS

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £60K
    Solve real-world challenges through data-led insights.  Join a founding team with fantastic progression as the business grows.  Progressive tech, control over tech/architectural direction.  We’re helping an early-stage LabTech start-up to find a Front-End Developer as they look to scale up the team throughout 2022. The business offers a platform that leverages vision data to increase efficiency and productivity in lab-based environments, primarily covering BioTech and Pharmaceuticals with a wider mission of solving real-world challenges faster and more effectively. With a successful recent seed round and further investment on the way, you’d have a chance to work with progressive BioTech companies whilst having a positive influence on the wider scientific world.  What experience you’ll need  Proven experience in a front-end focused role, ideally within a start-up/scale-up.  Core front-end skills, HTML, CSS, JavaScript. Knowledge of TypeScript too.  Significant knowledge of React and its ecosystem (Hooks, Redux, Thunks, NextJS etc.).  Eye for usability, user experience and component-driven design.  JavaScript testing knowledge (Jest, React Testing, Cypress etc.).  Commercial experience in AWS environments (EC2, IAM, ALB) would be useful.  Ability to work with CI/CD pipelines.  Any back-end knowledge with Node/Golang would be very desirable.  What you’ll be doing  Joining an initially small team with scope to grow, you’ll focus primarily on greenfield project work that supports their core product; an AI Assistant connected to lab environments to increase productivity and efficiency. You’ll take ownership of front-end build and maintenance, ensuring everything you produce is clean, reusable and scalable as the platform and user base grows in their next stage of expansion. You’ll play an integral role in design & UX inputs, providing influence on architectural direction and supporting the wider team in determining how their products are built moving forward. Lots of variety in a fast-growing and ever-changing start-up!  What you’ll get in return for your talents  An incredible opportunity to join a pioneer in scientific efficiency. You’ll be given the support of an incredibly talented founding team and engineering department, offering good scope to progress into leadership should you wish. They offer 27 days hols (+ bank hols + end-of-year break), stock options, flexi-time, almost full remote working (monthly Bristol trip), constant training, courses, conference access, as well as your own choice of tech setup (within reason!). Lots of positives with this one.    What’s next?  Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 18th Apr

    Software Engineer

    — Fintech with FTSE100 Customer.

    Location:
    Manchester / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60k & Benefits
    Real-time Event-Driven Architecture.   Great chance for growth & upskilling. Well established, highly regarded business with a start-up vibe. This is the opportunity to join a small but international company as they further develop their automated real-time financial CRM. Having just been through series A funding there in a prime position to grow out the team. What you’ll be doing Working with cutting-edge technology, and a team eager to find even better approaches you'll help to further develop the platform and suggest new practices. You'll be reporting directly to the CTO & CEO who are very agnostic about your skills coming in. Predominantly working with Kotlin but are happy with any solid programming background as they're more than happy to upskill you in Kotlin.  The system is a microservices architecture orchestrated via Kubernetes and hosted in Azure its an event-driven architecture with Kafka, enabling an event sourcing approach. So we are looking so someone who is skilled in either microservices or event-driven Architecture, although, a strong passion will suffice! The teams are small, cross-functional, DevOps teams working with pair programming with a strong focus on automation to reduce cycle time and a philosophy of keeping things as simple as they can be. What experience you’ll need to apply Previous work with event-driven architecture or microservices. Solid skills in modern Object-Oriented or Functional Programming. What you’ll get in return for your experience A great salary of up £60k with yearly reviews, flexi-time so you can choose when you work. Although they would like someone in the Manchester office more often than not, they realise for the best talent this may not be feasible so feel free to apply if you are out of the manchester range.You'll get to work with cutting-edge technology, and a team eager to find even better approaches so you'll have constant opportunities to upskill. What nextDoes this sound like the one? Send your CV to Will to find out more, or feel free to send over an email with any questions.
  • 18th Apr

    Software Developer

    — Scientific tech solutions

    Location:
    Corsham / Full Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £60K
    Help to power the next generation of science.  Tech-first business, small team with lots of autonomy.  Full remote working, 29 days hols, generous pension.  We’ve teamed up with one of the UK’s fastest-growing private scientific tech businesses who are powering the next generation of science companies, operating as part of a wider group with a tech solution offering across healthcare, medicines and microbiological testing. They have a small team in Wiltshire with plans to split up the development functions which has created a need for Software Developers.  What experience you’ll need Background in C#.Net – they use .Net Framework and .Net Core.  Well-versed in HTML, CSS, JavaScript with ability to build SPAs in React (or similar).  Knowledge of automated unit and integration testing.  Ability to work Agile (Scrum).  Skilled in SQL, ORM frameworks and database design. Any message-based microservice architecture knowledge would be awesome.  Comfortable working in the cloud; they use AWS but another platform is fine.  Awareness of CI/CD (TeamCity), containerisation (Docker) and general DevOps ways of working. Any knowledge of infrastructure-as-code (Terraform, CloudFormation etc.) would be beneficial.  What you’ll be doing Joining a small team with lots of autonomy, you’ll be part of one of their software development functions with technical responsibility for end-to-end software projects in line with wider deliverables agreed across design, code, test and documentation. You’ll work with team members both on-site and remotely, building bespoke software solutions used for medical/medicinal services, liaising with key stakeholders to document user stories and acceptance criteria, producing system specs & designs, as well as improving/maintaining existing solutions to ensure user experience is always high-quality. What you’ll get in return for your talents Joining a small team with the backing of a wider group leaves plenty of room to progress and implement new ideas. On top of a generous salary, you can expect a very healthy pension scheme (you pay 6%, they pay 8%), life assurance, a company bonus scheme and 29 days holiday (incl. bank hols, increasing with service). They’re advocates for continued learning and will back to you undertake any courses or conferences you feel will benefit yourself, the team and their wider products/services.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 18th Apr

    Graduate Developer

    — Learn Ruby, Awesome Team

    Location:
    Bath, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £24K-£32K
    Amazing, award-winning product development business. Help startups build MVPs, greenfield projects. Pick your own hours, unlimited holidays, conferences. Recently voted as the best place to work in Bath, this amazing team of specialist developers are looking for a Graduate Developer (any programming language) who they can train up in Ruby on Rails.  Working with a mix of internationally renowned clients and high-flying local startups, you’ll be able to work with freedom and flexibility to create some outstanding applications.  Did you know that Airbnb, GitHub, Soundcloud, Shopify, Kickstarter, and Basecamp are all built with Ruby?  Many developers love how slick it is to use and how much it can do. *This role requires someone to work onsite with the team in Bath 3 times per week. What skills you’ll be needing Strong IT or Maths degree (or equivalent). High degree of competence with a back-end development language (such as PHP, Python, C#, other) and some examples of work to show. General web development skills with HTML, CSS, JavaScript. SQL (MySQL/PostgreSQL) Understanding of how to build scalable web applications and performance optimisation. Voracious appetite to learn and practice. What you’ll be doing As part of a team of 5-6 developers with vast experience you’ll be working on mostly large builds for some of the region’s most exciting start-ups.  You will be supporting, maintaining and developing branding new web applications to a very high standard.  Working here you’ll be asked to estimate the duration of your work, lock in the deadline and the work with freedom and autonomy (picking your own hours) to deliver it.  There’ll be support from the team, regular pair programming and peer reviews as well as an Agile working environment.  This is the perfect place to work on projects that really progress your tech skills and enable you to challenge yourself. What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll be stretching yourself, learning new tech and helping start-up businesses to flourish.  This progressive specialist own stakes in many of the companies they work with, so job satisfaction is high as you become a key part to their success.  They’re offering a competitive salary (£22-32K), 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 Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV NOW for immediate consideration to Mike (01179269530)
  • 16th Apr

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Life Sciences, learn Ruby

    Location:
    Bath, UK
    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!
  • 15th Apr

    Development Lead

    — EdTech Leader

    Location:
    Coventry / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £65K - £70K (Potential Flex)
    Work on an EdTech product supporting millions of parents across the country. Supported learning and regular knowledge sharing & professional development sessions. Hybrid model with a mature approach to flexible working. An EdTech company with an industry-leading product is looking for a Software Development Lead with hands-on skills to join them in Coventry as they scale throughout 2022. Over the last 20 years the company have been on a mission to champion progress and innovation in schools, bridging the communication gap between schools, students and parents. They’ve shaken up the industry and are proud to be a partner to thousands of schools across the UK, helping to streamline their operations and improve engagement with parents. What experience you’ll need Proven background in C#.Net (they use. Net4.5+ and .Net Core) at lead/management level.  Ability to grow, manage, mentor and coach a team of developers. Team size likely to be 6-10.  Strategic mindset with a willingness to get hands-on if needed.  Keen communicator, constantly looking at new trends and tools whilst keeping current development processes up to date.  Architectural expertise, including secure development and application performance tracking.  Skilled in WebAPI / WebServices / WebForms.  Comfortable navigating SQL Server and SQL databases. Background working in the cloud, preferably Azure but flexible on platform.  Advocate for TDD, BDD and continuous integration.  Happy working Agile and executing Agile ways of working across the team.  What you’ll be doing Leading a Scrum team of 6-8 Developers/Testers alongside other BA’s and Designers, you’ll take accountability for end-to-end project work with a nice spread of legacy product development and brand-new systems, often getting hands-on yourself where needed. The teams are full-stack but heavily server-side focused with 80% of their time spent on back-end code but also covering front-end UIs and API development. A lot of the newer project focus on event-based messaging systems and they’re keen to build a TDD approach across the team so any knowledge/experience here would be very useful. You’ll operate at strategic levels, liaising with key stakeholders and the senior management team to ensure that development tooling and frameworks are kept up to date, as well as building / implementing new processes to increase productivity and efficiency across the wider function.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll receive 25 days holiday plus bank hols, a company matched pension scheme, life assurance, option to join their private health scheme, flexible hours and more. The company offer hybrid working and are open to a conversation around what this looks like, but ideally you’ll spend around 1/2 days a week in the office. The company take a proactive and ongoing approach to learning, with regular knowledge sharing sessions and access to online training like PluralSight. It’s a friendly, collaborative culture and you’ll be at the forefront of innovation within the EdTech space. What’s next? Interested? Drop your CV to Joe to find out more. 
  • 14th Apr

    Technical Lead

    — Python, JS, Lifesaving Products

    Location:
    Fully Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £80K-£100K
    Leading a new team building world-leading applications to protect lives. Python, JavaScript, Cloud, secure environments. Fast-paced, progressive software house growing quickly. We’re excited to be assisting one of Europe’s most innovative tech businesses in their search for a Technical Lead.  You will be helping to grow and lead a small team of top-class engineers working across their Python and JavaScript on a suite of applications that already protects the lives of over 3 million people daily. What experience you’ll need As a leader of an engineering team, the Technical Lead will need a deep technical background. Proven expertise in Python as well as JavaScript, TypeScript, CSS and frameworks such as Angular or React.  They work with React, Mythril, Open Layer and Web RTC but can cross-train. Strong understanding/experience of asynchronous programming, preferably with Python but other languages are acceptable. Any knowledge of the following would be highly desirable: Kubernetes, Docker, Rust, C, PostgreSQL, NoSQL. Prior engineering experience from the defence or security industry. Familiarity with algorithms, data structures, storage systems, cloud infrastructure, front-end frameworks, and other technical tools. A desire to work on software and applications that have real-world impact. Able to work on large codebases and learn new tools. Guide technical discussions and evaluate trade-offs to help other stakeholders to take informed decisions. Proven leader and manager with strong communication skills to effectively interact with our entire organization. What you’ll be doing As Technical Lead you will be working in an extremely rewarding role with a diverse range of challenges running an effective team that delivers high-quality user experiences in a timely fashion.  They’re bringing the latest web technologies to real-world hardware interfacing with very diverse equipment including radar, sonar, thermal imaging, software-defined radios and more. Their UI runs on touchscreen displays, tablets, phones, smart-glasses and more!  They will look to you to coach team members by providing technical and leadership guidance and feedback for their personal development and growth. This includes setting clear goals and tracking progress.  A key part of your role will be communicating progress with stakeholders across the company and regularly working with engineers, designers and product managers.  The role will involve a mix of leadership and hands on development as you learn and help to enhance their pioneering product suite. What you’ll get in return for your talents This is an amazing opportunity to help a fast-growing tech leader with a strong entrepreneurial spirit knowing that your work will directly help to protect lives.  On offer is a competitive salary (£80-100K depending on experience) with benefits including annual bonus (approx. 10%), pension, 28 days hols, a paid induction fortnight at their European HQ in Monaco and more.  They are committed to creating an environment and culture that encourages creativity, continuous learning, and individual responsibility to solve problems, add value and achieve professional growth.  You’ll become an integral part of the business and help them to shape technical strategy, evaluate new technology and help them continue to develop and improve products that have a meaningful impact on people’s safety. What’s next? Like the sounds of this one? Get in touch with Mike to find out more.
  • 14th Apr

    Full-Stack Developer

    — React, Node, Build Incredible Products

    Location:
    Bristol or Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-55K
    Incredible team, R&D driven, build AI, ML products. Creative, innovative leader, amazing clients. Happy with fully remote working (UK). Bristol’s most innovative digital tech business is looking to add to its multi-talented team to build a wide range of sites, apps and products for some of the hottest start-ups around.  This agile solutions provider are constantly challenging themselves to be at the cutting edge and are true proponents of R&D in practice. The team are fully UK remote with a co-working space in Bristol to work from as and when you like. What skills you’ll need Typescript code standards and practices. Node.js. Experience with modern frontend technologies (React, HTML5, CSS, JS, Webpack, Babel, ES6, etc). RESTful API services. Micro-service API architecture. SQL databases and NO-SQL databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB). Familiar with frontend and backend test suites such as Jest, Cypress, etc. Any knowledge or willingness to learn the following would be great: CI/CD principles. Containerized run-times (Docker). Infrastructure as code (AWS CDK / Terraform). Serverless architecture and deployment. AWS and associated components such as EC2, IAM, Lambda, etc. GitHub/Bitbucket. What you’ll be doing You’ll be working as part of a small supportive team alongside designers to build awesome web and apps.  You’ll deploy live sites and apps and develop your own skills doing it; they have no problem with learning on the job here.  They only take on work which interests their developers so you’ll be able to get excited about each project and select from a wide tech stack to work with.  They’ll expect you to get involved with cross-browser/device testing, explore new technology (they’ve done recent AI and Machine Learning builds), produce specs and documentation and support clients and colleagues with critical work.  You will be helping to shape and deliver ground-breaking new digital products from conception to MVP and well beyond. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return for your sterling efforts will be a competitive salary (£40-55K), generous hols with long Christmas shut-down, your choice of kit to work on, R&D time, week-long hackathon (recent ones in Majorca and Cornwall!), training and development and some of the most interesting projects around to work on!  Even after a short period working here you'll find your skills have vastly improved and you'll be able to help deliver some seriously impressive products.  The team are a really collaborative and passionate bunch who love to learn together and challenge themselves. What’s next? Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV now for immediate consideration or call in for a chat with Mike (01179269530).
  • 14th Apr

    Laravel Web Developer

    — PHP, Laravel, Vue, Nuxt

    Location:
    Cheltenham / Full Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £45K
    Cheltenham-based with option to be fully remote (UK).  Diverse client base with several blue-chips and household names.  Huge recent project wins!  A forward-thinking, Cheltenham-based digital agency are looking for a Web Developer to join them after winning some huge projects, due to kick off imminently. With a strong blue-chip client base and a flexible approach to working, they're fully equipped to deliver projects from home and are happy considering someone on a full remote basis within the UK.  What experience you’ll need Full-Stack development skills, ideally within an agency/project-based environment.  Well-versed in PHP and Laravel (knowing your way around Eloquent).  Comfortable with HTML and CSS (Sass). They're evaluating Tailwind so any experience here could be useful.  JavaScript skills (VanillaJS and preferably VueJS). Any experience with Nuxt would be useful.  Understanding of unit tests and integration testing. Appreciation for accessibility standards.  Knowledge of CMS (ideally Craft or similar) and templating tools like Twig/Blade.  Awareness of continuous deployment principles (e.g. Deploybot/DeployHQ).  Any experience in AWS would be highly desirable. What you’ll be doing Sitting in an established digital team alongside 5 Developers and experienced Designers, you’ll be helping to deliver one of two large upcoming projects, along with handling other day-to-day activities such as pro-active maintenance. You’ll be involved in a range of Vue/Nuxt web app builds and bespoke Laravel projects. You’ll work closely with the design team to ensure visions are aligned and take accountability for suggesting new ideas & different approaches where you see fit. It’s expected that you’ll be able to have complex technical discussions across the full-stack with an ability to structure your work and write clean/reusable code that can be re-deployed by other members of the team.  What you’ll get in return for your experience  They’re based in Cheltenham but happy to offer full remote working, preferably with occasional office trips for big team meetings. You’ll be given a usual pension, healthcare cover and 22 days holiday (plus bank holidays & Christmas break). The tech stack is reviewed on a project-by-project basis and if you make a case for bringing in something new then you’ll be provided with the R&D time to make that possible. It’s a growing agency - so there’s always the room to grow with it! What's next? Like the sound of this one? Drop Joe a message to find out more. 
  • 14th Apr

    Senior Ruby Developer

    — Greenfield Life Science Products

    Location:
    Bath , UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60K-£75K
    Life science data tech specialist helping to save lives. Ruby, Rails, MySQL, JavaScript, HTML, CSS. Outstanding team, amazing development and benefits. One of Bath’s most exciting tech businesses are looking for a senior 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 of Bath. What skills you’ll be needing Ruby on Rails development experience. Have solid experience with the core web technologies: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Have a solid knowledge of SQL databases (MySQL/PostgreSQL). Strong academic background (IT disciplines). 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.  Their app is a vanilla Rails monolith backed by terabyte scale MySQL and ElasticSearch data stores.  They do a significant amount of asynchronous data processing in sidekiq and machine learning tasks are offloaded to Python AWS Lambda functions.  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.  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 (£60-75K), 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 Apr

    Ruby Developer

    — Sustainable Software Development

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £50K
    Sustainable online marketplace making a huge difference for local retailers.  Progressive tech, huge focus on continuous improvement.  National service-reach, taking on the corporate supermarkets with ethics at their core.  An already successful start-up with a sustainable online marketplace is looking for a Ruby Developer to join them as they look to scale up. Their mission is to create well-connected communities to support local/independent retailers and food stores to compete online against corporate giants who’ve historically dominated the industry. Founded in 2017, their platform now operates in several major UK cities including Bristol, Bath, London and Oxford, with no signs of slowing down. The role can be 100% remote, ideally with occasional Bristol trips but this isn’t essential.  What experience you’ll need Commercial experience with Ruby-on-Rails (RoR) on interactive apps.  Full-Stack development expertise with knowledge of HTML5, CSS3 & JavaScript (modern libraries preferred).  Ability to unit test your own work, ideally with knowledge of automation test principles.  Proven experience in connecting multiple data sources into a single system/database.  Cloud-based development knowledge (AWS, GCP, Heroku etc.).  Appreciation for clean, efficient & documented code for future scalability.  Understanding of version control, ideally Git or similar.  What you’ll be doing Joining a small team with lots of autonomy, you’ll work with the Lead Developer on continuous improvements to their app and service, adding new functionality as well as enhancing current features to optimise user experience and general performance of the app. The team are planning to scale up at pace so you’ll ensure that all code you’re producing is clean, efficient, well-documented and scalable for future hires in the team to best utilise it. You’ll be involved in all stages of the SDLC, testing your code as you go and following best practices surrounding TDD, re-factoring and general upholstery of code standards. You’ll drive the introduction of new tools and frameworks before implementing it into their wider stack and ways of working.  What you’ll get in return for your talents This is an awesome chance to make a real-world difference with your work, being part of a sustainable initiative with like-minded techies supporting your technical and commercial growth. It’s a small team with lots of autonomy, offering the chance for 100% remote working (a trip to Bristol a month ideally), flexi-time (core hours are 10am – 4pm) and autonomy over tools & tech. They offer a healthy pension, annual bonus, lots of other soft benefits and scope for career progression as the business scales.  What’s next? Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more. 
  • 12th Apr

    C#.Net Developer

    — Data Data Data!

    Location:
    Bristol / 100% Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £60K
    Start-up helping businesses find value in their data.  100% remote working with no plans to change.  Small team with plans to scale at pace, lots of career progression. We’re helping a start-up with plans to scale at pace to find a .Net Developer to join a small team with lots of progression. Their product supports businesses to harness the power of their data through an enterprise platform that provides a solution for businesses to manage & utilise both operational and analytical data in one place. There’s currently 6 Developers/Engineers on the team, reporting into the CTO. The role is remote-first so you can work from anywhere in the UK!  What experience you’ll need Proven experience in C# development.  Significant knowledge of MVC/.Net Core.  Skilled in utilising the Azure DevOps stack. Any exposure to Snowflake is desirable.  Extensive knowledge of (REST) API development.  Ability to build and deploy cloud infrastructure (ideally Azure). Any Azure data warehousing experience would be useful. Awareness of Terraform for IaC would be useful.  Experience with things like SQL/SSIS/Synapse and awareness of data templating & pipelining.  Appreciation for data and theory behind software engineering fundamentals. What you’ll be doing Reporting into the Development Lead, you’ll focus on end-to-end platform development with some involvement in infrastructure (Dev/Sys Ops), adding new features and building new functionalities with a focus on back-end due to the data-centric nature of the product. You’ll be involved in building and deploying cloud-based infrastructure, adopting a cloud-native approach to development and constantly introducing/utilising modern tooling to ensure the platform reaches new heights of capability. You’ll ensure that all code you produce is clean, concise and reusable, bearing in mind scalability as the team grows, advocating for engineering best practices at all times.  What you’ll get in return for your talents Joining a start-up in the next phase of growth brings plenty of opportunity for career progression, giving you a chance to build on your skill set whilst gaining exposure to all areas of the business which will only support your career further. They offer 26 days holiday, a healthy pension scheme, flexible working hours and 100% remote working with no plans to change. The team are very talented so you know you’ll be surrounded by like-minded techies, learning something new every day.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 12th Apr

    Data Visualisation Developer D3.JS

    — MLOps & Deployment

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £80k Bonus & Benefits
    A leading ML Deployment company are looking for a Data Visualisation / Front end developer who specialises in D3.JS, SVG or Canvas based visualisations. What you'll be doingOperating on the cutting edge of technology, in an agile environment that is evolving as we scale, we are looking for a Data Visualisation specialist to join our front end team to deep dive into data to generate more than just the expected insight. Providing bespoke visualisations for the machine learning models and deployments showcasing their capabilities as well as providing real-time analytics and identifying outliers etc. Your time will be split across this with a small focus on front end development when you'd be needed to. What you'll need to apply Understanding of D3 / SVG / Canvas based visualisations Experienced in developing modern web applications using latest technologies (ideally React/TypeScript) Skilled in the trifecta for data visualisation: visualisation, statistical analysis and storytelling What you'll get in return for your experienceA based salary of up to £80k, bonus, benefits and share options. The expectation is to be in the Shoreditch office 2 days a week. What's next Please get in touch with Will with an up-to-date CV, don't hesitate to call/email for the finer details.
  • 12th Apr

    Lead .Net C# Engineer

    — Leading Healthcare Software

    Location:
    London/Remote UK, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    90,000
    Fantastic opportunity to join a growing team with fantastic benefits including company bonus, share options, mental health support, flexible and full remote working. Lot of new and exciting integration projects to work on with a real impact on the lives of the public. Great company culture, lots of socials and opportunity of growth and progression.  We are working with a brilliant healthcare tech business who are based in London and are looking to hire a Lead .Net C# Engineer that is driven, fourth coming and enjoys working in a collaborative environment. Reporting to the Engineering Manager and being involved in the mentoring and coaching of more junior developers, this is a great opportunity to work for a product-based business that are leading the way within healthcare. What you’ll be doing Working for a mission led business, as Lead .NET C# Developer you will remain hands on working within the integrations pod and working closely with cross functional teams. The mission is to creative innovative platforms that give power to patient. Day to day, you will be working on writing high quality code and leading the integrations pod, helping the team deliver large scale projects and being heavily involved in the technical architecture.What is needed? Expert in .NET C# development. Experience working within healthcare – this really is a must. Distributed systems and APIs. Working knowledge of SQL and Azure. Enjoys collaborative working and is a great team player. Excellent communication both written and verbal. High attention to detail. Past experience mentoring and coaching junior developers.  What you’ll get in return? Fully remote working within the UK, flexible working hours – work when you are most productive and at a time that suits you! 25 days holiday plus bank holidays – plus extra days from the business!Generous salary offering plus a performance-based company quarterly bonus. Yoga and other fitness classes to join remotely. Mental health support. EMI share options. Lots of fun socials to get involved with and allocated personal development time.  What’s next? Love the sound of this one? Please apply or send your CV directly to amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk
  • 11th Apr

    Full-Stack Web Developer

    — Ruby / Node

    Location:
    Bristol / 100% Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £70K
    Pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic & tracking tech.  Diverse tech suiting polyglots, work with Ruby, Node, Python, AWS, Heroku and more. Global product reach, huge investment, chance to work 100% remotely. A pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic and tracking technology is looking for a Full-Stack Web Developer to join their team. The business is backed by huge investment with 180+ employees globally; the last year has only accelerated their product roadmap. They’re in an incredibly healthy position to be growing the team further.  Their technology is used in a variety of fields including VR/AR, spacial computing, immersive 3D experience, automotive, entertainment, medical/healthcare and more. What experience you’ll need Commercial experience with Ruby on Rails (RoR) or NodeJS.  Proven front-end expertise using HTML, CSS, JavaScript and at least one modern library (Vue, React, Angular etc.).  Cloud-native development experience; Heroku, AWS (AWS Amplify), Google Cloud etc.  Ability to build and maintain modern SPAs that link into back-end services and databases.  Skilled in designing and working with service/app APIs.  Knowledge of Gitlab CI or similar.  Appreciation for DevOps ways of working, including infrastructure-as-code (Terraform/Ansible) and containerisation (Docker/Kubernetes).  What you’ll be doing Following a very successful 2021, the business are looking for someone to support the design, build and ongoing maintenance of their ML research platforms, APIs (both internal/external), applications and services. The role sits in their world-leading tracking division and will link into several key engineering teams with involvement across research, software, support and operations. There's several apps, products and platforms that link into their wider service offering, it's very complex and will need someone to design & build solutions from the ground up whilst aligning things to the same look, feel and brand of the wider business. Due to business mergers and technical debt the tech stack is varied with some products on Python/Node and others on Ruby. It's an exciting role for a web-focused Developer to gain experience in MLOps, allowing you to take full ownership of end-to-end web builds with autonomy over architectural direction and future strategy of the web function internally.  What you’ll get in return for your talents An incredible opportunity to join a world-leader in the touchless technology space, offering a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas are not only valued, but implemented. There’s constant support and opportunity for R&D, remote and flexible working for those who need it, autonomy and control over architectural direction and lots more. You’ll get a healthy pension (401(k) plan), generous holidays, medical benefits including healthcare, wellbeing programmes, social events and ability to use their products, which is awesome in itself!  What’s next? Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more. 
  • 11th Apr

    Senior Full-Stack Developer

    — EdTech Company Recognised Worldwide

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60K-£85K
    Fully remote with a visit to Bristol once or twice a month. Interactive, fun, innovative web-based application using Node & React. Internationally recognised, millions of users monthly. An EdTech company whose unique products are used worldwide are looking for a Senior Full-Stack Developer to join their small but hugely successful Bristol based team. It’s ethical, innovative and found in roughly 136 countries. Are you a Node expert? This could be your next move if you’re back-end leaning. What experience you'll need   Strong experience using Node & React (Node leaning ideally). Previous web app development experience. Good working knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript etc. Experience using a serverless backend (they use GCP). Git version control experience.  A keen eye for design. A clear communicator. What you'll be doing You’ll be part of a mission driven company doing good in the world with strong growth plans. Once you’re up to speed with the detail, you’ll then be improving and adding functionality to their web-based application, helping to roll it out onto new platforms and making key decisions in the user journeys, interfaces and technologies used. There’s also an opportunity to pick up Google Cloud within the role amongst other tech. As part of the role, you will be regularly communicating with end clients, watching the app being used and gathering feedback as well as testing. Your opinion will be valued and respected from day one, they’re looking for someone with a passion for development and an innovative approach. Also, they’re keen to find a really nice person who is excited to design creativity apps that empower children, your work will be making a real difference.  What you'll get in return for your experience Your code will be used instantly by over 2 million people monthly, that’s pretty cool! There’s a competitive salary (£60K-£85K DOE), generous holidays and the occasional Bristol meet per month. As they grow, they’ll look to potentially build a small team around you and you’ll be able to be part of a fun, challenging ride all the way!    What's next Like the sound of this? Get your CV and details over to Tareek asap.  
  • 8th Apr

    Web Engineer

    — Support the rise of touchless interaction in public spaces

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £70K
    Pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic & tracking tech.   Help transform touchless interaction in public spaces.   Global product reach, huge investment, autonomy and control over architectural direction.   A pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic and tracking technology is looking for a Web Engineer to join their Bristol team (with remote working options several times a week). The business is backed by huge investment with 175+ employees globally; the last year has only accelerated their product roadmap. They’re in an incredibly healthy position to be growing the team further. Their technology is used in a variety of fields including VR/AR, spacial computing, immersive 3D experience, automotive, entertainment, medical/healthcare and more.  What experience you’ll need  Proven background in traditional web technologies like HTML, CSS, JavaScript/TypeScript.   Well-versed in at least one modern JS library (React, Vue, Angular etc.)  Ability to build cross-platform solutions across Linux and Windows systems.     Ability to build new frameworks for web development is desirable.   Ability to work Agile with regular sprints.    Experience with CI systems and preferably test automation, though this isn’t essential.    Understanding of open-source development and toolkits.    What you’ll be doing  This role sits in a team focused on changing the way touchless technology works in public spaces. They have an open source “TouchFree” product that allows engineers to create mid-air interactions with an aim for this to become the public norm in the future. This role focuses on building the web tooling used by the Developers to create these touchless applications. You’ll create new software tools for web app development, as well as creating examples/demos which will give exposure to the capabilities of the platform to its users. They want to ensure that the platform integrates into most popular web frameworks which is something you’ll play an integral part of moving forward too. Lots of variety!   What you’ll get in return for your talents  An incredible opportunity to join a world-leader in the touchless technology space, offering a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas are not only valued, but implemented. There’s constant support and opportunity for R&D, remote and flexible working for those who need it, autonomy and control over architectural direction and lots more. You’ll get a healthy pension (401(k) plan), generous holidays, medical benefits including healthcare, wellbeing programmes, social events and ability to use their products, which is awesome in itself!   What’s next?  Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 8th Apr

    PHP Developer

    — Top Software House

    Location:
    Fully Remote or Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-£55K
    Quality greenfield product development. R&D culture, training, structured career progression. Flexible working, high retention, outstanding Glassdoor reviews. One of Bristol’s most well renowned software houses are looking for a talented PHP Developer to join their team.  Business is booming for them and this is an additional hire to help them build a new product to take to market.  With new investment into the tech team, they're looking to ramp up their team of 6 developers and offer the opportunity to work on interesting projects with regular R&D time, hugely talented colleagues and a really strong company culture. Fully remote or you can work from Bristol whenever you like. What skills you'll be needing PHP, MySQL. Any MVC, they work with Symfony. DRY, SOLID, OOP etc Software/unit testing. Familiarity with CI and keen to pick up knowledge across Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins. Excellent communication skills -although the role isn’t client-facing they’re looking for people to work well across different teams in a Scrum/Agile set-up. What you'll be doing From the start you’ll be getting involved with the development of an exciting new product in an Agile set-up alongside 5-6 other experienced developers.  You’ll be writing high-quality code based upon strong fundamentals of software engineering and contributing ideas to the team.  As a tech team they’re increasingly automating and using CI and devops tools to strengthen their output, you’ll be able to learn and get involved with Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins and others to help push changes to their live environments.  Part of the working week is freed up for learning and experimenting (anything techie you want) and if you want to, reporting back anything cool to the team. What you'll get in return for your talents They’re offering a salary up to c£55K, training budget, private health care, generous pension, 25 days hol, structured career development, pick your own kit, R&D sessions, yoga, lunch and learn days and company days out, monthly meals/breakfast, weekly social meetings and more.  Above all you get to work with a company who are always creating new, better products with the freedom to use new and emerging tech.  Plus, they’re a really down-to-earth bunch who value their employees and promote quickly from within. What's next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV for immediate consideration to Mike. 
  • 7th Apr

    Development Lead

    — Neighbourly - B Corp giving platform

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    up to £70K
    Development Lead - Neighbourly About Neighbourly Neighbourly is a multi-award-winning community investment platform that helps companies make a positive measurable impact in their communities, by putting “local impact” at the heart of responsible business. We are uniquely positioned to grow sustainable community investment working as a two sided marketplace that connects corporate partners with thousands of vetted local good causes, facilitating the donation of surplus products (e.g. food), employee volunteering programmes and provision of financial support (e.g. grants), all in one place. Our technology helps drive operational efficiency, promote employee engagement and foster wellbeing by providing data and insights that help businesses achieve their CSR and ESG (environmental, social, governance) objectives. Because the platform is public it enables a business to surface community stories and create a discoverable legacy of giving, helping to enhance brand reputation and build positive community relations. Neighbourly is at an exciting time in its journey having just completed a successful Series A funding round and is entering a period of accelerated growth. The next few years will see the business consolidate its market leading position in the UK and provide a springboard for international expansion. The rise of the corporate ESG agenda, combined with the climate crisis and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, means the Neighbourly proposition is more relevant and needed than ever. What you’ll be doing as our Development Lead Reporting into the Head of Tech and looking after 2 teams of engineers, you will work well with others to help realise the Neighbourly vision through expanding our intuitive, secure and engaging site, ensuring flexibility, software scalability, and ease of use for our customers. You’ll help Neighbourly.com grow its feature set by using your skills to help our engineers improve and build on our current tech stack from SQL Server and Entity Framework Core up to ASP.NET Web API and VueJS. You’ll also be involved in utilising .Net Core and the Azure product set for future products. You take an enthusiastic and pastoral approach to managing engineers by supporting their training and development through the organising hackathons, interesting talks and more formal courses. On the technical side you’ll work alongside our principal engineers and product owners to encourage collaboration and highlight gaps in security, reliability and delivery. What experience you’ll need to apply You are exceptionally good at coaching teams to be productive and adept at shipping high quality, well-tested code in a fast-paced environment. Proven experience of managing software engineering teams. Plenty of years working within software development and engineering. Strong practitioner of Agile methodologies such as Scrum, XP, or Kanban. You’ve practised Agile and you understand its benefits and drawbacks. A track record of leading and mentoring others. You are eager to teach others and invested in the growth of your team and the company. Excellent problem-solving skills. You excel at analysing and solving problems using technology. Self-motivating, self-directing, and a great communicator (written and oral). You thrive in an environment that grants you a lot of autonomy to explore creative solutions. What next? We have chosen to work with our friends at ADLIB who are managing the recruitment process for Neighbourly. 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. Inclusion and equality Here at Neighbourly, 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.
  • 7th Apr

    Software Development Manager

    — World-renowned assistive technology

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £85,000
    Tech-for-good company improving the lives of people with disabilities through assistive technology. Lead the product strategy whilst supporting and mentoring the development team. Hybrid working and excellent benefits package. An impressive Bristol based tech-for-good company that create world-renowned assistive technology is looking for a Software Development Manager to join the team. The company’s range of products give a voice to adults and children all around the world who don’t have speech, enabling them to communicate and live a more independent life. Their software currently includes a range of features such as communication aids and environmental controls which support users from a practical perspective, and accessible apps which enable users to use social media or stream their favourite films and series on Netflix. They’re continually improving and expanding their products, and this is a new role created to help lead the product strategy and to mentor and guide the development team. What you’ll be doing: We’re looking for someone who loves helping others to learn and grow, giving them opportunities and responsibility, supporting them through mentoring and feedback. Reporting to the Technical Director, you’ll initially be leading a team of 8 (made up of software engineers and QA), but there are plans for this team to grow. You will also manage technical risk and technical debt and develop effective lean and agile software development to maximise effectiveness and value. It isn’t a hands-on coding role, but we are looking for someone who has a good technical background as you’ll provide expertise on software architecture, reliability, performance etc, help advise on technical feasibility and trade-offs, and plan and deliver the next phase of product improvements. The skills we’re looking for: Previous experience in a similar role, managing effective agile software teams with first-hand experience of lean and iterative development. Someone who enjoys mentoring/coaching others and helping them to reach their goals. Hands-on technical expertise with a good understanding of software architecture, reliability, performance, scaling and security. Deep understanding of the software development life cycle and an appetite for continuous improvement across the team. Experience with software quality and standards e.g. strategies for QA, test automation, monitoring, metrics. Approachable, effective communicator, and able to build strong working relationships with others. Bonus points for… .NET and/or app development experience (Windows/iOS.) Knowledge of ISO9001. Familiar with cloud and network services. An interest in or experience with AAC or assistive technology. What you’ll get in return for your talents: This role offers the feel-good factor of working for a purpose-led company, where the product is making a genuine difference to the lives of the users and their families. They’re offering a salary up to £85k plus discretionary bonus, and you’ll receive life assurance, income protection and private medical insurance. There’s 25 days holiday plus BH’s, flexible hours (between 7am and 7pm) and hybrid working – ideally with 2 days a week to be spent in the office. They offer a £500 budget to each employee, access to an online E-learning platform, external training and webinars and dedicated time to work on areas of personal interest to support continual learning and development. There are also regular social events including an annual family away day – this year they’ve hired a mansion in the Brecon Beacons! What’s next: Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV or get in touch with Sky if you have any questions. If you like the sound of the company, but the role doesn't sound quite right let me know as I'm also supporting this company to recruit a Software Developer.
  • 7th Apr

    Software Developer (C#)

    — World-renowned assistive technology

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £55,000
    Tech-for-good company improving the lives of people with disabilities through assistive technology. Diverse and friendly team environment that supports and encourages continual learning. Tech stack: C#, .NET 6, Xamarin, SQL Server, iOS. An impressive Bristol based tech-for-good company that create world-renowned assistive technology is looking for a Software Developer to join the team. The company’s range of products give a voice to adults and children all around the world who don’t have speech, enabling them to communicate and live a more independent life. Their software currently includes a range of features such as communication aids and environmental controls which support users from a practical perspective, and accessible apps which enable users to use social media or stream their favourite films and series on Netflix. They’re continually improving and expanding their products, and this is a new role created ahead of their next phase of growth. What you’ll be doing: Joining a software team of 8, you will get involved in the full product lifecycle: understanding customer and business needs, idea generation, planning, designing and developing solutions and supporting features after they’ve launched. The team collectively look after everything from their Windows and iOS apps and online services to the tools they use to build them. Day to day you will be writing clean C# code and associated tests and improving the existing standard of code. You could be working on anything from UI to core functionality, fixing bugs or integrating new technologies. As part of a cross-functional team, you’ll work closely with product specialists, designers to solve problems, as well as to design, develop and support robust solutions. The skills we’re looking for: Commercial software development experience in modern C# or similar (Java, C++). Great understanding of software design principles. Proactive, resourceful, and confident working on problems from scratch as well as picking up an existing codebase, refactoring and improving test coverage to deliver safe code changes. Willing to develop across Windows and potentially iOS (they’ll teach you!). Bonus points for… Windows and/or iOS application development. Experience with any of the following: WPF/XAML, Xamarin.iOS, ASP.NET MVC, Entity framework, SQL Server, Android, JavaScript. Cloud experience (Azure or AWS). An interest in or experience with AAC or assistive technology. What you’ll get in return for your talents: This role offers the feel-good factor of working for a purpose-led company, where the product is making a genuine difference to the lives of the users and their families. Salary up to around £55k plus discretionary bonus, and you’ll also receive life assurance, income protection and private medical insurance. There’s 25 days holiday plus BH’s, flexible hours (between 7am and 7pm) and hybrid working - ideally with 2 days a week to be spent in the office. You’ll also receive a £500 budget, access to an online E-learning platform and external training/webinars, and dedicated time to work on areas of personal interest to support continual learning and development. As the development team continues to grow there will be opportunities to coach/mentor others if that appeals. They organise regular social events including an annual family away day - this year they’ve hired a mansion in the Brecon Beacons! What’s next: Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV or get in touch with Sky if you have any questions. If you like the sound of the company, but the role doesn't sound quite right, let me know as I'm also supporting this company to recruit a Software Development Manager.
  • 7th Apr

    Senior Front-End Engineer

    — Protecting lives, complex engineering

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K-£70K
    Part of a new team building world-leading applications to protect lives. JavaScript, Graphical interfaces, exciting software engineering. Fast-paced, progressive international software house growing quickly. We’re excited to be assisting one of Europe’s most innovative tech businesses in their search for 2-3 Senior Front-End Engineers. You’ll be part of a top-class team working on a suite of applications that already protects the lives of over 3 million people daily.  This is a fully remote UK role with possible onboarding (all expenses paid) at their Monaco HQ. What experience you’ll need Modern JavaScript/Typescript. HTML5 and CSS. Some of: Pixi.js, Phaser, Babylon3D, Playcanvas, Unity, WebGL React.js or similar UI framework. Unit testing tools. Websockets and REST APIs. GIT or similar distributed version control software. A desire to work on software and applications that have real-world impact. Able to work on large codebases and learn new tools. Any knowledge of the following would be highly desirable: OpenLayers, D3 libraries, iOS or Android development, WebRTC, Gstreamer, Server-side experience with Python, Node.js or Rust, DevOps tools such as Ansible, Packer. What you’ll be doing As Senior Front-End Engineer you will be working in an extremely rewarding role with a diverse range of challenges delivering high-quality user experiences in a timely fashion.  They’re bringing the latest web technologies to real-world cloud and hardware interfacing with very diverse equipment including radar, sonar, thermal imaging, software-defined radios and more. Their UI runs on touchscreen displays, tablets, phones, smart-glasses and more!  They operate in mission critical environments with systems that can operate at sea and high security areas with limited connectivity to the data centre and creativity is often required to solve unexpected technical issues. The role can be extremely diverse, interesting and rewarding if you are up to the challenge. What you’ll get in return for your talents This is an amazing opportunity to help a fast-growing tech leader with a strong entrepreneurial spirit knowing that your work will directly help to protect lives.  On offer is a competitive salary (£55-70K depending on experience) with benefits including annual bonus (approx. 10%), pension, 28 days hols, a paid induction fortnight at their European HQ in Monaco and more.  They are committed to creating an environment and culture that encourages creativity, continuous learning, and individual responsibility to solve problems, add value and achieve professional growth.  You’ll become an integral part of the business and help them to evaluate new technology and continue to develop and improve products that have a meaningful impact on people’s safety. What’s next? Like the sounds of this one? Get in touch with Mike to find out more.
  • 7th Apr

    Python Engineer

    — Complex Products, Fully Remote UK

    Location:
    UK Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K-£70K
    Part of a new team building world-leading applications to protect lives. Exciting software engineering with Python. Fast-paced, progressive international software house growing quickly. We’re excited to be assisting one of Europe’s most innovative tech businesses in their search for an experienced Back-End/Python Engineer.  You’ll be part of a top-class team working on a suite of applications that already protects the lives of over 3 million people daily.  This is a fully remote UK role with onboarding (all expenses paid) at their Monaco HQ.   What experience you’ll need Python 3 Asynchronous programming (asyncio) Sockets/Networking GIT  Comfortable in Linux environments A desire to work on software and applications that have real-world impact. Any experience of the below would be awesome: Rust C/C++ Serial Interfaces Video Processing (GStreamer / Janus / WebRTC) Frontend (HTML5/JS) Mobile development (iOS, Android, cross platform) System Security, Cryptography Electronics and embedded systems Machine Learning DevOps tools such as Ansible, Packer What you’ll be doing As Back-End Engineer you will be working in an extremely rewarding role bringing the latest web technologies to real-world cloud and hardware interfacing with very diverse equipment including radar, sonar, thermal imaging, software-defined radios and more. The position is predominantly for back-end development, but their work involves back-end server processing as well as the tools for testing, configuring and deploying our solutions. They operate in mission critical environments with systems that can operate at sea and high security areas with limited connectivity to the data centre and creativity is often required to solve unexpected technical issues. The role can be extremely diverse, interesting and rewarding if you are up to the challenge. What you’ll get in return for your talents This is an amazing opportunity to help a fast-growing tech leader with a strong entrepreneurial spirit knowing that your work will directly help to protect lives.  On offer is a competitive salary (£55-70K depending on experience) with benefits including annual bonus (approx. 10%), pension, 28 days hols, a paid induction fortnight at their European HQ in Monaco and more.  They are committed to creating an environment and culture that encourages creativity, continuous learning, and individual responsibility to solve problems, add value and achieve professional growth.  You’ll become an integral part of the business and help them to evaluate new technology and continue to develop and improve products that have a meaningful impact on people’s safety. What’s next? Like the sounds of this one? Get in touch with Mike to find out more.
  • 7th Apr

    Software Engineer (Games)

    — Industry great in the gaming community

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £50K
    Contribute to the development of the gaming industry.  Mature approach to flexible/remote working.  Comprehensive benefits package, including access to games bundles and discounts on gaming products. Operating as the backbone to the gaming industry, this awesome tech company are looking for a Software Engineer to join them in Bristol. This is an incredible opportunity to work alongside industry greats with great access to coaching and mentoring if required. With c100 people globally and one of their most successful years to date, you’ll have the chance to interact with household names in gaming while contributing to the growth of a c£2bn industry. What experience you'll need Proven experience in C/C++ development and debugging.  High-performance, multi-threaded app development knowledge.  Significant awareness of software testing, including unit testing.  Knowledge of Windows apps (WPF, WinForms, Win32, GDI etc.).  Skilled in C# development.  Awareness of IDEs, Debuggers (file formats, internals etc.).  Understanding of MSBuild or similar.  What you'll be doing Connected to an impressive development function, you’ll work on the development tools and APIs used by Developers, Testers and Artists/Producers to create world-leading console games; a pretty fun role! The Developers work to very tight deadlines to produce these high-performance games which means the role can be demanding, needing someone to work to a high quality at pace, with a range of responsibilities that includes developing VS and MSBuild extensions which provide integration for editing, building and debugging software for console hardware. You’ll also be involved in developing new features, enhancing existing functionality and writing tests for validation. You’ll need a passion for quality and customer experience with proven written & verbal communication skills.  What you'll get in return for your talents You will get a comprehensive benefits package including regular games bundles and discounts on gaming products, 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays), pension scheme, private medical cover, health insurance, relocation assistance if needed, and health club membership. Alongside this there is a mature attitude to working, with flexibility around core working hours and the chance for remote working (hybrid working).  What’s next? Please get in touch with Joe to find out more about this awesome role. 
  • 6th Apr

    Senior Software Engineer

    — World leading haptic and tracking tech company!

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £60,000
    Pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic & tracking tech.  Work on greenfield projects in progressive tech-driven environment. Global product reach, huge investment, autonomy, flexibility and more. A pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic and tracking technology is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join their Bristol team. The business is backed by huge investment with 175+ employees globally; the last year has only accelerated their product roadmap and they’re in an optimal position to be growing the team further. Their technology is used in a variety of fields including VR/AR, spatial computing, immersive 3D experience, automotive, entertainment, medical/healthcare and more.  What you’ll be doing  This role sits withing the Tracking team whose primary focus is to optimise the product capabilities by making it even slicker and faster. This is a unique opportunity to join a team who are setting their own direction to meet this goal and ultimately will be delivering a mix of new product features, tooling and test infrastructure. Within this role you will be working on completely new and pioneering projects that are pushing tech to the limits of its capabilities and would suit someone who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment, is not afraid to share their ideas and is excited by deep diving into tech! You will be able to watch the fruits of your labour become operational and be put in to use by some of the world’s biggest named brands. What experience you’ll need  Demonstrable experience working within a product focused team environment. Experience in a related field, such as XR, OOH, HMI, or computer vision. Expert level with either modern C++, Unity, or Python. Knowledge and experience of CI pipelines and version control. Understanding and knowledge of Agile development practices would be an advantage. Mathematical or Machine Learning background is ideal but not essential. What you’ll get in return  An incredible opportunity to join a world-leader in the touchless technology space, offering a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas are not only valued, but implemented. There’s constant support and opportunity for R&D, remote and flexible working for those who need it, autonomy and control over architectural direction and lots more. Alongside a salary of up to £60,000, you’ll get a healthy pension (401(k) plan), generous holidays, medical benefits including healthcare, wellbeing programmes, social events as well as the opportunity to use their products! What’s next?  Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 6th Apr

    Unity Simulation Engineer

    — Pioneer in the touchless tech space

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £60K
    Pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic & tracking tech.   Be involved in MLOps and real-time Unity simulation solutions. Global product reach, huge investment, autonomy, flexibility and more. A pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic and tracking technology is looking for a Unity Simulation Engineer to join their team in Bristol with remote working 3 days a week. The business is backed by huge investment with 175+ employees globally; the last year has only accelerated their product roadmap and they’re in an optimal position to be growing the team further. Their technology is used in a variety of fields including VR/AR, spatial computing, immersive 3D experience, automotive, entertainment, medical/healthcare and more.  What experience you’ll need  Proven background in Unity / C# development.  Skilled with vectors, matrices & tensors.  Knowledge of graphics pipelining, using shaders & photo-realism techniques.  Appreciation for Machine Learning, awareness of physics/games engines.  Experience in simulation environments (ideally real-time) would be useful. Understanding of Unity simulation features would be desirable.  What you’ll be doing  This role sits within their world-leading tracking division with a focus on developing complex Unity simulation solutions for real-time hand-tracking. You’ll work with the machine learning and MLOps teams to optimise simulation workflows, taking a data-oriented approach and using techniques like shading/raytracing for real-time photorealism. You’ll implement real-time rendering features in Unity as well as introducing modern tooling to support the implementation of simulation features across the team. This role sits at the forefront of progressive technology with a solution/service offering spanning a vast range of domains.   What you’ll get in return for your talents An incredible opportunity to join a world-leader in the touchless technology space, offering a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas are not only valued, but implemented. There’s constant support and opportunity for R&D, remote and flexible working for those who need it, autonomy and control over architectural direction and lots more. Alongside a generous salary, you’ll get a healthy pension (401(k) plan), generous holidays, medical benefits including healthcare, wellbeing programmes, social events as well as the opportunity to use their products! What’s next?  Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 5th Apr

    Senior .Net Developer

    — Data Data Data!

    Location:
    Bristol / 100% Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K - £75K
    Start-up helping businesses find value in their data.  100% remote working with no plans to change.  Small team with plans to scale at pace, lots of career progression. We’re helping a start-up with plans to scale at pace to find a Senior .Net Developer to join a small team with lots of progression. Their product supports businesses to harness the power of their data through an enterprise platform that provides a solution for businesses to manage & utilise both operational and analytical data in one place. There’s currently 6 Developers/Engineers on the team, reporting into the CTO. The role is remote-first so you can work from anywhere in the UK!  What experience you’ll need Proven experience in C# development.  Significant knowledge of MVC/.Net Core.  Skilled in utilising the Azure DevOps stack. Any exposure to Snowflake is desirable.  Extensive knowledge of (REST) API development.  Ability to build and deploy cloud infrastructure (ideally Azure). Any Azure data warehousing experience would be useful. Awareness of Terraform for IaC would be useful.  Experience with things like SQL/SSIS/Synapse and awareness of data templating & pipelining.  Appreciation for data and theory behind software engineering fundamentals. What you’ll be doing Reporting into the Development Lead, you’ll focus on end-to-end platform development with some involvement in infrastructure (Dev/Sys Ops), adding new features and building new functionalities with a focus on back-end due to the data-centric nature of the product. You’ll be involved in building and deploying cloud-based infrastructure, adopting a cloud-native approach to development and constantly introducing/utilising modern tooling to ensure the platform reaches new heights of capability. You’ll ensure that all code you produce is clean, concise and reusable, bearing in mind scalability as the team grows, advocating for engineering best practices at all times.  What you’ll get in return for your talents Joining a start-up in the next phase of growth brings plenty of opportunity for career progression, giving you a chance to build on your skill set whilst gaining exposure to all areas of the business which will only support your career further. They offer 26 days holiday, a healthy pension scheme, flexible working hours and 100% remote working with no plans to change. The team are very talented so you know you’ll be surrounded by like-minded techies, learning something new every day.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 4th Apr

    Senior Software Engineer

    — Pioneer in the touchless tech space

    Location:
    Bristol (some EU Travel), UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £70K
    Pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic & tracking tech.   Support UK/EU clients giving you invaluable exposure to the wider market.  Global product reach, huge investment, autonomy, flexibility and more. A pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic and tracking technology is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join their Bristol team with travel to their EU clients around one week a month. The business is backed by huge investment with 175+ employees globally; the last year has only accelerated their product roadmap. They’re in an incredibly healthy position to be growing the team further. Their technology is used in a variety of fields including VR/AR, spacial computing, immersive 3D experience, automotive, entertainment, medical/healthcare and more.  What experience you’ll need  Proven C# development capability.   Experience with C++ / embedded software development. Experience with the Unity game engine would be useful. Experience in roles encompassing both software & hardware solutions.  Ability to work Agile with regular sprints.   Ability to act as a technical bridge between external customers and internal products. What you’ll be doing  The team are looking for someone to work “in the field” to provide a technical bridge between their internal products and their UK and EU customer base. This isn’t a sales role and it doesn’t require client-facing capability, but you will be involved in leading customers through an evaluation process before integrating the business’ tech into their product base. You’ll work with internal engineering teams to design and build PoC’s in line with client needs, as well as providing demos of new products and services both remotely and on client-site. This isn’t a consultant role, it’s still very code-heavy but there’s a wider accountability for delivering user guides, training sessions and tutorials to allow their clients to get the most out of the business’ products and services.  What you’ll get in return for your talents  An incredible opportunity to join a world-leader in the touchless technology space, offering a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas are not only valued, but implemented. There’s constant support and opportunity for R&D, remote and flexible working for those who need it, autonomy and control over architectural direction and lots more. You’ll get a healthy pension (401(k) plan), generous holidays, medical benefits including healthcare, wellbeing programmes, social events and ability to use their products, which is awesome in itself!   What’s next?  Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 2nd Apr

    .Net Software Engineer

    — Support the rise of touchless interaction in public spaces

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £55K
    Pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic & tracking tech.   Help transform touchless interaction in public spaces.   Global product reach, huge investment, autonomy and control over architectural direction.   A pioneering tech company with world-leading haptic and tracking technology is looking for a .Net Software Engineer to join their Bristol team (with remote working options several times a week). The business is backed by huge investment with 175+ employees globally; the last year has only accelerated their product roadmap. They’re in an incredibly healthy position to be growing the team further. Their technology is used in a variety of fields including VR/AR, spacial computing, immersive 3D experience, automotive, entertainment, medical/healthcare and more.  What experience you’ll need  Proven experience with .Net for Windows.   Ability to build cross-platform solutions across Linux and Windows systems.    Ability to work Agile with regular sprints.   Experience with CI systems and preferably test automation, though this isn’t essential.   An awareness of embedded software development would be useful.  Understanding of open-source development and toolkits.   What you’ll be doing  This role sits in a team focused on changing the way touchless technology works in public spaces. They have an open source “TouchFree” product that allows engineers to create mid-air interactions with an aim for this to become the public norm in the future. Your responsibility is to support the development of underlying services that power this product, which will in turn transform hand movements into user interactions. You’ll be involved in cross-platform development for the platform as it expands into embedded systems, as well as ensuring the software is scalable and compatible with mass deployment for customer installations.   What you’ll get in return for your talents  An incredible opportunity to join a world-leader in the touchless technology space, offering a diverse and inclusive culture where ideas are not only valued, but implemented. There’s constant support and opportunity for R&D, remote and flexible working for those who need it, autonomy and control over architectural direction and lots more. You’ll get a healthy pension (401(k) plan), generous holidays, medical benefits including healthcare, wellbeing programmes, social events and ability to use their products, which is awesome in itself!   What’s next?  Send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more. 
  • 2nd Apr

    Front-End Developer

    — Outstanding Software House

    Location:
    Remote or Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-£50K
    Quality greenfield product development, React/Redux. R&D culture, training, structured career progression. Fully Remote, outstanding Glassdoor reviews (4.6/5) One of Bristol’s most well renowned software houses are looking for a talented Front-End Developer to join their team. Business is booming for them and this is an additional hire to help them build a new product to take to market using the latest tech and quality driven software engineering standards. *Fully remote UK wide and within +2 hrs of UK time zone – they have developers in Spain and Italy. What skills you’ll be needing React, Redux. HTML5, CSS3 (SASS, SCSS, LESS), JavaScript. Webpack/NPM. Knowledge of SOLID, OOP, Design Patterns etc. Some unit or behavioural testing would be great. Excellent communication skills -although the role isn’t client-facing they’re looking for people to work well across different teams in a Scrum/Agile set-up. What you’ll be doing From the start you’ll be getting involved with the development of an exciting new product in an Agile set-up alongside 5-6 other experienced developers.  You’ll be writing high-quality code based upon strong fundamentals of software engineering and contributing ideas to the team.  Any new projects they take on use React/Redux so there’s a great opportunity to strengthen your skills in that area without heavy deadlines and hassle.  As a tech team they’re increasingly automating and using CI and devops tools to strengthen their output, you’ll be able to learn and get involved with Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins and others to help push changes to their live environments.  Part of the working week is freed up for learning and experimenting (anything techie you want) and if you want to, reporting back anything cool to the team. What you’ll get in return for your talents They’re offering a salary up to £50K, training budget, 36 hr working week, private health care, generous pension, 25 days hol, structured career development, pick your own kit, R&D sessions, yoga, lunch and learn days and company days out, monthly meals/breakfast, weekly social meetings and more.  Above all you get to work with a company who are always creating new, better products with the freedom to use new and emerging tech.  Plus, they’re a really down-to-earth bunch who value their employees and promote quickly from within. What’s next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV for immediate consideration to Mike. 
  • 1st Apr

    Senior Full-Stack Developer (.Net)

    — Neighbourly // Tech-for-Good

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £65K
    Senior Full-Stack Developer - Neighbourly About Neighbourly Neighbourly is a multi-award-winning community investment platform that helps companies make a positive measurable impact in their communities, by putting “local impact” at the heart of responsible business. We are uniquely positioned to grow sustainable community investment working as a two sided marketplace that connects corporate partners with thousands of vetted local good causes, facilitating the donation of surplus products (e.g. food), employee volunteering programmes and provision of financial support (e.g. grants), all in one place. Our technology helps drive operational efficiency, promote employee engagement and foster wellbeing by providing data and insights that help businesses achieve their CSR and ESG (environmental, social, governance) objectives. Because the platform is public it enables a business to surface community stories and create a discoverable legacy of giving, helping to enhance brand reputation and build positive community relations. Neighbourly is at an exciting time in its journey having just completed a successful Series A funding round and is entering a period of accelerated growth. The next few years will see the business consolidate its market leading position in the UK and provide a springboard for international expansion. The rise of the corporate ESG agenda, combined with the climate crisis and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, means the Neighbourly proposition is more relevant and needed than ever. What you’ll be doing as our Senior Full-Stack Developer Reporting into the Head of Tech and working closely with the other developers, you will have strong Agile/Scrum experience and help realise the Neighbourly vision through development of the product strategy to build an intuitive, secure and engaging site, ensuring flexibility, software scalability, and ease of use in a localised manner. You’ll help Neighbourly.com grow its feature set by using your full-stack development skills and use your skills to refactor existing C# code or write new functionality stretching from efficient Linq using Entity Framework Core up to REST endpoints using ASP.NET. You’ll also help/own the process of migrating to .Net Core. What experience you’ll need to apply   Extensive commercial knowledge of software development in Microsoft .NET technologies (C# and ASP.NET). Good experience with front-end development and web projects. Confident with SQL Server backend and Entity Framework (6 or Core). Used Microsoft Azure services like Blob storage, Azure SQL DB, Media Services, Functions, Azure Message Bus, WebJobs, Azure (Redis) Cache. Have working knowledge of Microsoft Azure DevOps stack (or any SDLC management tool). Some experience in working with MongoDB will be beneficial. Working knowledge of Vue.js and some past experience with KnockoutJS would be a bonus. What next? We have chosen to work with our friends at ADLIB who are managing the recruitment process for Neighbourly. 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. Inclusion and equality Here at Neighbourly, 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.  
  • 30th Mar

    Senior Front-End Developer

    — Health Tech // Tech-for-Good

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £65K
    Powerful product improving healthcare services to over 1,000 clients worldwide. Complex web application development, fully remote if needs be. Ambitious tech-for-good business with great work-life balance. A talented Senior Front-End Developer is needed to join a market-leading software house. They’re open to fully remote working, but their hub is in Bristol for when you’d like to work from it, alongside a talented team of developers, QA’s and DevOps engineers. If you want to work on a Tech-for-Good innovative software product, then this could be the one for you! What experience you'll need Good commercial experience using React. HTML, CSS, SASS, JS. Experience of working with enterprise-level or mission critical applications. Good knowledge of GIT version control. Would be great to have Redux experience, but not essential. AWS. What you'll be doing You will be helping to further enhance and develop new functionality for an already extremely successful product that is genuinely improving the lives of vulnerable people. You’ll join a strong team of developers working to the ‘Spotify Model’, so you can expect high levels of alignment and autonomy, plus working closely with others in ‘squads’ to deliver complex solutions within the team. You won’t be expected to work on just simple client fixes, this is a heavily technical role needing strong problem-solving and innovation. You’ll be methodical, focussed, patient and product-focussed. What you’ll get in return As a Senior Front-End Developer you'll receive a competitive salary (up to £65K DOE) with the opportunity for career progression as the company continues to grow as well as benefit from working in a centrally located, relaxed, office environment with great people (if you’d like to use the space). Flexible working, personal development plan and plenty of knowledge sharing, 30 days holiday (including bank holidays), great pension scheme, mental health and wellbeing programmes, enhanced maternity and paternity pay plus health plan that covers – dental, medical and opticians. In addition, you can attend conferences each year, training focus and time allocation, eLearning or new tech if relevant, quarterly work socials, Christmas party. What’s not to like? What's next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV to Tareek now for immediate consideration and more info.
  • 29th Mar

    Senior Web Developer

    — Culture driven agency

    Location:
    Remote UK, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40,000
    Work for a down to earth full-service agency focusing on creative, marketing and web design with a really good mixture of existing and new clients. Parent friendly with remote and flexible working options. Highly supportive team, mentorship programs and Lead/Head of opportunities. I am excited to be working with a fantastic little agency who are on the lookout for a Senior Web Developer to come on board on a remote basis. This is a full-service digital agency offering solutions to brand identity and strategy, web design and development, strategic/marketing planning, design for print and packaging, social media, display and exhibitions, and event management. They work with a wide range of clients from start-ups to multinational businesses.   What you will be doing: As Senior Web Developer you will be responsible for maintaining existing client websites, but also work on new projects coming into the business allowing for lots of creativity. We are looking for someone with a passion for both front and back-end development who has great commercial experience building fast, modern and responsive websites. The majority of the work will be in PHP and Craft CMS.  This is a remote role, however, there will be lots of contact and socials with the wider team. What experience you will need:   Previous experience working as a Web Developer. Craft CMS experience would be highly advantageous. Expert Wordpress Expereince, willingingness to learn Craft CMS. Excellent PHP coding skills. HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Craft CMS plugin development. Previous experience working for a digital agency. Great team player & passionate about tech. Top notch communication skills, both written and verbal.   What you will get in return for your talents: Fully remote working in the UK. Parent friendly business with very flexible hours. 26 days holiday plus the 8 bank holidays. Highly supportive team and leadership. Training budget for courses & conferences. Coaching and mentorship programs. Lot of company socials!   What next? If this role sounds like it could your next career move, please get in touch with Amber at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or apply with your most up to date CV.        
  • 25th Mar

    Software Developer (Backend)

    — Leading apparel brand

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £70,000pa
    Opportunity at a globally recognised apparel brand.  Chance to join a growing tech team.  Incredible benefits package including 30-days holiday.  My client are on the hunt for a talented Back-end Developer to help enhance and strengthen their online presence. They have a vision to create the world’s best performance eye-wear. They are a young and dynamic team that’s growing fast, with offices in Verbier and London. They are always results-driven and demand high quality output from all team members. They don’t believe in set office hours, dress codes, strict holiday allowances or fixed working locations. They are unlike any company you’ve worked for before.What you'll be doing:Your primary focus as their Back-end Developer will be to drive the continual improvement of their back-end systems and services, working with the wider engineering team to deliver high performance and high-quality code which helps enhance the experience of both their customers and your colleagues. From day one you will be deploying code to production and enjoy solving complex business challenges. You will be responsible for implementing and validating back-end enhancements as well as designing and building new systems. You will be working as part of the engineering team directly with the CTO, as well as design and marketing teams. Some of your key responsibilities will include: Writing clean, back-end code across a variety of services. Working as part of a cross-functional team continually striving to identify and solve novel problems. Working on a dynamic, rapidly evolving ecosystem with direct involvement through all stages of development from inception through to deployment and validation. You will understand their key value proposition, core products, brand aesthetic, and identifyopportunities to enhance the brand and delight our customers. You will continuously analyse the changing eCommerce environment and identify areas toapply technology to improve our offering. You will work in a high performing, agile tech team to lay the foundations for future growth. What experience you will need to apply:They are looking for someone who is passionate about solving complex problems with simple solutions and who has some of the following skills and competencies: Expert knowledge and commercial experience of Python, Django and Django Rest Framework. Understanding of back-end performance and cross browser compatibility. Experience with modern DevOps processes using Docker is a bonus. What you'll get in return for your experience:They are offering a competitive salary (up to £70,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package. Highlights include well over 30 days holiday, professional development budget, mental and physical health support and an annual away-week. Whats next:Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.
  • 23rd Mar

    Lead Developer

    — Outstanding Digital Specialist

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£65K
    In a very healthy financial position working with some huge names. Work closely with a smart, down to earth good bunch of people. Fully remote working, office if you'd like, coding and leading. A very well-established digital product business in Bristol is looking for a Lead Developer to join their talented team. Fully remote working is absolutely fine, with an office space in Bristol if you’d prefer to be in too. Plenty of time to still be hands-on with code, but also mentoring, leading and nurturing others. If these are the kind of responsibilities you’re looking for, then this could work really well for you! What experience you’ll need Writing unit tests and using unit test frameworks Experience working with agile/scrum A good working knowledge of HTML and CSS JavaScript, AJAX, JSON or JavaScript frameworks ASP.NET MVC Azure Ecommerce Making fast, responsive websites An agency background where you're used to working on multiple projects with fast-paced challenging briefs would be ideal. What you’ll be doing Taking the technical lead on projects including requirements gathering, design specification, development, deployment, testing and client support. Assisting and mentoring other members of the development team. Liaising with your team and producers on projects and regularly updating them on progress. Bringing new ideas and process improvements to the team. Actively participate with the team in agile planning, reviews and retrospectives. Use appropriate agile practices and tools to efficiently develop new software, and change existing code. E.g. pair-programming, test-driven development, user stories, code reviews etc. Ensure that knowledge is shared across the team. What you’ll get in return for your talents They’re a self-confessed ‘geeky bunch’ who all get along incredibly well, so the cultural fit is as important as technical ability. Salary up to £65K DOE (closer to the top end of you already have leadership experience). Discretionary annual bonus, inclusion in the company pension scheme, 22 days holiday plus another two weeks extra over Christmas. An annual company trip with flights and accommodation paid by the company (previous locations have included Rome, Paris, Amsterdam and Prague), monthly socials on the company, training budget for courses and conferences of your choosing, remote working, flexi-time and when in the office you can expect free soft drinks, beers, breakfast etc. If you have a real passion for Web Development, C# .Net, leading others and want to work in a fun, relaxed but professional environment, then this is the role for you. What’s next? Interested? Get in touch with Tareek ASAP.
  • 23rd Mar

    Senior Web Developer

    — Outstanding Digital Specialist

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£65K
    In a very healthy financial position working with some huge names. Work closely with a smart, down to earth good bunch of people. Fully remote working, office if you'd like, coding, coding and more coding. A very well-established digital product business in Bristol is looking for a Senior Web Developer to join their talented team. Fully remote working is absolutely fine, with an office space in Bristol if you’d prefer to be in too. Plenty of time to be hands-on spending roughly 90% of your time coding! If this are the kind of responsibilty you’re looking for, then this could work really well for you! What experience you’ll need Ability and passion to write great code. Plenty of experience developing .NET using C#. Intelligent, quick learner. Keen to learn new technology and try new techniques. Enthusiasm for technology, software development and creating websites. Excellent, demonstrable understanding of coding standards and best practices. Good knowledge of SQL/T-SQL. Understanding of the full project lifecycle. What you’ll be doing Taking ownership of your own work and working within a team to deliver technically robust code as well as keeping project managers up to date on progress. Actively participate with the team in agile planning, reviews and retrospectives. You'll use appropriate agile practices and tools to efficiently develop new software, and change existing code. E.g. pair-programming, test-driven development, user stories, code reviews etc. If you're an ambitious and pro-active Senior Web Developer, you could really make yourself indispensable. They have solid expansion plans and this would be an opportunity to grow even more as the company grows. What you’ll get in return for your talents They’re a self-confessed ‘geeky bunch’ who all get along incredibly well, so the cultural fit is as important as technical ability. Salary up to £65K DOE. Discretionary annual bonus, inclusion in the company pension scheme, 22 days holiday plus another two weeks extra over Christmas. An annual company trip with flights and accommodation paid by the company (previous locations have included Rome, Paris, Amsterdam and Prague), monthly socials on the company, training budget for courses and conferences of your choosing, remote working, flexi-time and when in the office you can expect free soft drinks, beers, breakfast etc. If you have a real passion for Web Development, C# .Net and want to work in a fun, relaxed but professional environment, then this is the role for you. What’s next? Interested? Get in touch with Tareek ASAP.
  • 21st Mar

    Software Engineer

    — Neighbourly - B Corp giving platform

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£50K
    Software Engineer (C# .Net) - Neighbourly About Neighbourly Neighbourly is a multi-award-winning community investment platform that helps companies make a positive measurable impact in their communities, by putting “local impact” at the heart of responsible business. We are uniquely positioned to grow sustainable community investment working as a two sided marketplace that connects corporate partners with thousands of vetted local good causes, facilitating the donation of surplus products (e.g. food), employee volunteering programmes and provision of financial support (e.g. grants), all in one place. Our technology helps drive operational efficiency, promote employee engagement and foster wellbeing by providing data and insights that help businesses achieve their CSR and ESG (environmental, social, governance) objectives. Because the platform is public it enables a business to surface community stories and create a discoverable legacy of giving, helping to enhance brand reputation and build positive community relations. Neighbourly is at an exciting time in its journey having just completed a successful Series A funding round and is entering a period of accelerated growth. The next few years will see the business consolidate its market leading position in the UK and provide a springboard for international expansion. The rise of the corporate ESG agenda, combined with the climate crisis and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, means the Neighbourly proposition is more relevant and needed than ever. What you’ll be doing as our Software Engineer (C# .Net) Reporting into the Head of Tech and working closely with the other developers, you will have strong Agile/Scrum experience and help realise the Neighbourly vision through development of the product strategy to build an intuitive, secure and engaging site, ensuring flexibility, software scalability, and ease of use in a localised manner. You’ll help Neighbourly.com grow its feature set by using your skills to improve and build on our current tech stack from SQL Server and Entity Framework Core up to ASP.NET Web API and VueJS. You’ll also be involved in utilising .Net Core and the Azure product set for future products. What experience you’ll need to apply Extensive knowledge and skill in C# and .NET. You are exceptionally productive and adept at shipping high quality, well-tested code in a fast-paced environment. Proven commercial experience with any major server-side stack, relational database, or modern front-end (JS, HTML, CSS). Strong practitioner of Agile methodologies such as Scrum, XP, or Kanban. A track record of leading and mentoring others (eager to teach others and invested in the growth of your team and the company). Excellent problem-solving skills. Self-motivating, self-directing, and a great communicator (written and oral). You thrive in an environment that grants you a lot of autonomy to explore creative solutions. What next? We have chosen to work with our friends at ADLIB who are managing the recruitment process for Neighbourly. 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. ***Please note that any candidates that approach Neighbourly directly will be forwarded to ADLIB for consideration.*** Inclusion and equality Here at Neighbourly, 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 Mar

    Infrastructure Engineer

    — Education charity - digital transformation projects

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £34,329
    Education charity helping to empower, engage and elevate young people. Supportive working environment with autonomy and ownership to lead key digital transformation projects. Tech: Azure, VMware vSphere, Microsoft Server, Office 365 suite. We’re helping a Bristol-based education charity to find an Infrastructure Engineer as they look to continue their digital transformation journey and migrate further services to Azure. This organisation helps thousands of young people to discover their passion and purpose as they move forward into further education, work or training. They offer a range of accredited curriculum programmes and qualifications to boost confidence and develop employability, social, and personal skills. Supporting those most in need, they work in partnership with mainstream and SEND education providers, local authorities, and voluntary organisations across the UK and around the globe. The skills we’re looking for: Experience managing and maintaining on-premise network hardware including servers, PCs, switches, firewall, cabling. Previously supported an Azure environment. Some experience with VMWare vSphere management. Microsoft Server and operating systems, group policies, WSUS, WDS and Office365. Security software – firewalls, anti-virus, anti-malware, and cyber security. Excellent communicator, able to prioritise workload and use initiative. Bonus points for… Previous experience delivering internal training. If you’ve worked for a charity or in the education sector that would be a bonus, but this is definitely not a requirement. What you’ll be doing: Working closely with the IT Manager, you’ll be involved with a mixture of network management and maintenance, IT support and security, and to play a key role in their digital transformation journey as they migrate further services to Azure. You’ll be someone who enjoys doing your own research, sharing your recommendations, and then implementing the solution. Some of the upcoming projects you’ll lead include replacing on-premise file servers with Azure file shares, and on-premise AD to Azure AD and also ensuring successful Cyber Essentials Plus certification renewal. There is a small in-house development team, so you’ll also work with the Lead Developer and make recommendations where required. Day to day there will also be adhoc IT support and training for the charities’ employees based remotely and in the Bristol office. Every day will be different, so you’ll be someone who thrives in a varied environment. What you’ll get in return for your talents: As well as the feel-good factor of working for a charity that have a huge positive impact, you’ll also be joining a friendly, supportive and passionate team. The salary is £34,329 and they offer a strong pension contributions (up to 9%). You’ll ideally spend 2/3 days per week in the office in Bristol (up for discussion), but they believe a good work-life balance is important, so you’ll also have flexible hours, time off in lieu, no on call phone, and 24 days holiday plus Bank Holidays. What’s next Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV or get in touch with Sky if you have any questions.
  • 14th Mar

    .Net Developer

    — Not-for-Profit clients

    Location:
    Bristol 2-3 days a week, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-£55K
    Award-winning Software House, large dev team. Friendly, sociable and progressive environment. Developing and delivering websites for charities, ethical and Not-For-Profit. One of Bristol’s most established and ambitious digital software houses are looking for a .Net Developer to join their fast growing and friendly team. With a growing presence in the Charity sector, you’ll join a talented team motivated to making a difference in the not-for-profit space.  What skills you'll need C#.Net development skills. SQL Server. HTML, CSS, JavaScript (any knowledge/understanding of Angular, React or Vue.js would be fantastic). Understanding of object-oriented programming. Awareness or willing to learn Azure, AzureDevOps, Dynamics 365 or Umbraco. GIT. Familiar with working to agile/ scrum practices. Great problem-solving skills. Collaborative team player. Passion to further train and develop skills, open to learning new skills. Strong analytical skills and attention to detail. What you'll be doing Working in Scrum/Agile teams you’ll be working on a variety of projects largely within the Not-For-Profit charity sector on sometimes large and complex websites and membership platforms.  With charity activities and fundraising restricted to online there’s a huge demand and need for charities to reach their audience with compelling, well-designed digital services.  You’ll be working with the latest tech to translate functional and technical requirements to robust, scalable and maintainable code for mobile, web and software development projects for clients.  As a business, they give their developers a lot of autonomy and rather than having line managers, they hire self-motivated developers who can manage their own time and progress their skills with a generous training budget. What you'll get in return for your talents Alongside the job satisfaction of working on an interesting mix of web and software projects for a business that rewards its staff regularly, you can expect some great benefits and incentives too.  There’s a competitive salary (£40-55K DOE), annual bonus, paid staff events, access to training/certs, cycle parking and showers, pension, health plan and much more on offer here.  They have a very well positioned office near to a huge range of lunch options and a massive park as well as a short walk to Temple Meads train station. There's excellent career development opportunities in here and the chance to work on projects that genuinely make a difference. What's next? If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, apply now or contact Tareek for more info!
  • 10th Mar

    Senior PHP Developer

    — UK fully remote, Laravel

    Location:
    Fully UK Remote or Taunton, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-£45K
    Challenging projects, quality driven sites and applications. Outstanding culture, tech focused business. 100% remote role. Access to courses, events, new tech and long term progression. An experienced and talented Senior PHP Developer is needed to join a sociable, progressive digital agency on a 100% remote basis. They have a really diverse client list and have produced some amazing websites, truly earning their reputation. Joining a well-established and experienced team, this is a great place to develop your skills further and work with some household names. A tech-first business, 17 of their 24 staff are developers. What experience you’ll need Expertise with PHP, MySQL. Strong Laravel experience. Developing complex back-end integrations with 3rd party systems from scratch using their APIs.  Work with web services, SOAP, REST APIs etc. Any knowledge of WordPress CMS that would be great but not essential. Linux command like knowledge/experience. Solid front-end skills with HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript/JQuery. Experience of Git and Gitlab / Github will be important to the role. What you’ll be doing Joining as part of their development team you’ll be have responsibility for website builds, back-end integrations and bespoke developments.  You’ll play a key role in multiple projects for a wide range of well renowned brands in an often client-facing environment.  You will be responsible for helping to deliver both new websites and updates to existing websites working on a mix of Bespoke PHP and Laravel projects. They will look to you to have a methodical approach to development and testing along with a high awareness of industry standards, trends and issues.  There’ll be regular interaction with the design and account management teams and you’ll play an important part in discussions with both clients and team members over technical issues and best practices.  If you’re looking for a tech-centric development set-up and interesting projects then this is definitely one for you. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return for your top skills, a starting salary of up to £45,000, generous holidays, life insurance cover, pension plan, challenging and varied work with plenty of opportunities to learn, fantastic opportunities for career development and a supportive team.  You’d be very welcome to pop into their HQ but after the last few months, they’ve seen that their team performs just as well remotely so if that works for you and helps give you a better work-life balance then that’s fine for them.  Applicants need to be based in the UK. What’s next? If you think this is the role for you then send your CV over to Mike (01179269530).
  • 10th Mar

    Senior Backend Engineer

    Location:
    Fully Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £90,000pa (doe)
    Gain exposure to the Crypto space.  Work on an API that gets over 400 million calls per day from 5 million unique users.  Fully Remote opportunity.  Do you want to work for a global leader in digital asset data providing institutional and retail investors with real-time and historical data spanning 5,000 coins and 250,000 currency pairs. By aggregating and analysing tick data from globally recognised exchanges and seamlessly integrating multiple datasets, they offer a comprehensive, granular overview of the market across trade, order book, historical, social and blockchain data.What you'll be doing:They are looking for a Senior Engineer to join their data API & Streaming engineering team, working closely with their Chief Technical Officer and Senior Product Managers. Working on their systems will give you exposure to a high throughput (400 million calls per day from 5 million unique users) API, high throughput websocket based streaming and the ability to directly take feedback & work with users of the system. They are currently undergoing a platform upgrade to provide a range of new data feeds and extended metrics to our users which you would work on in this role - so it is a great time to get involved! Your day to day will include: Designing and implementing highly available, fault tolerant APIs. Working in close collaboration with infrastructure and data processing teams. Taking ownership of key technology decisions, building for scale and optimising for throughput. Conducting code reviews and continuously look at ways of improving our ways of working. Creating detailed internal documentation for the systems you work on. What experience you'll need to apply:They'd love to hear from you if you have expereince in the following -  Backend API service development. Backend Node.js or a strong desire to transition into it. RESTful services. Relational and non-relational database structures (we use Postgres & Redis). What you'll get in return for your experience:My client are offering a competitive salary (up to £90,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package. Highlights include a Wellness and Training Stipend, disrectionary bonus and more. Whats next:Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.
  • 10th Mar

    Software Engineer

    — Crypto Scale-Up

    Location:
    Fully Remote/London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £70000
    Gain exposure to the Crypto space.  Work on an API that gets over 400 million calls per day from 5 million unique users.  Fully Remote opportunity.  Do you want to work for a global leader in digital asset data providing institutional and retail investors with real-time and historical data spanning 5,000 coins and 250,000 currency pairs. By aggregating and analysing tick data from globally recognised exchanges and seamlessly integrating multiple datasets, they offer a comprehensive, granular overview of the market across trade, order book, historical, social and blockchain data.What you'll be doing:They are looking for a mid level Engineer to join their internal tooling team, working closely with their other engineering teams and product managers to produce highly available and easy to use tooling systems, forming the critical backbone of their infrastructure. This role will provide exposure to a wide range of data sets and systems to enhance the functional operations of the whole business. This is a newly forming team with many technical challenges and plenty of room for personal career progression as the team expands. Your day to day will include: Designing and implementing highly available, fault tolerant data management services. Working in close collaboration with infrastructure and other internal data ingress and egress teams. Taking ownership of key technology decisions, building resilient systems and optimising for ease of use. Conducting code reviews and continuously look at ways of improving our ways of working. Creating detailed internal documentation for the systems you work on. What experience you'll need to apply:They'd love to hear from you if you have experience in the following - NodeJS JavaScript (ES5/6). PostgreSQL. Redis. Git. Unix based systems. Docker. What you'll get in return for your experience:My client are offering a competitive salary (up to £70,000 doe) for this role combined with a great benefits package. Highlights include a Wellness and Training Stipend, discretionary bonus and more. Whats next:Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.
  • 9th Mar

    Full Stack PHP Developer

    — Award-winning platform & fantastic company culture

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £50,000
    Fast-growing business, expanding client base, award-winning platform. Remote working*, start-up culture and a supportive and collaborative team. PHP, Laravel, Vue, TypeScript, AWS. A Bristol-based tech company is looking for a skilled Full Stack Developer to help deliver and improve their highly successful platform which helps businesses boost employee engagement. The platform is driving digital transformation across their industry, and they have impressive growth plans ahead which will see them expand into new markets. *Ideally occasional (monthly) visits to the office, however there is flexibility around this. What you’ll need: Proven full-stack development capability, ideally in a product-driven environment. Competent with PHP and at least one MVC, preferably Laravel or Slim. Skilled in front-end development; HTML, CSS, JavaScript, modern frameworks like React, Vue, TypeScript or similar. Web API design and development expertise. Ability to build complex client-side web apps. Solid knowledge of OOP & SOLID principles. Bonus skills: Any understanding of DevOps ways of working. Exposure to the full software development lifecycle, ideally using Agile/Scrum methodologies. Experience working in the cloud using AWS, Azure or similar.  What you’ll be doing:As part of a multi-disciplined and talented technical team, your focus will be to deliver high quality software for the company’s award-winning cloud-based management platform. Working closely with the wider dev team, you’ll upgrade parts of their existing PHP codebase, design and develop APIs, feature and functionality enhancements, contribute to front-end website architecture, partake in peer reviewing code and documentation, optimising cross-platform for mobile apps and more. Your opinions will be valued, you’ll be actively encouraged to share your ideas, and you’ll influence the technical direction from planning through to delivery. There’s a big focus on scalability and automation plus performance of the wider platform and some interesting new projects coming up.What you’ll get in return:On top of a salary of up to £50k you will be joining a fast-paced, dynamic yet relaxed environment with a company culture which is second-to-none. They offer remote working (ideally with monthly visits to the office, but this isn’t essential) and the working hours are flexible. From your first day you’ll receive life assurance, employee discounts, access to an onsite gym and 27 days annual leave plus your birthday off. After your probation, you’ll receive an even wider array of perks including a budget to spend on completely tailored benefits of your choice, Income Protection and more.What’s next?Interested in finding out more? Get in touch with Sky or apply now.
  • 5th Mar

    Front-End Developer

    — Digital Specialists

    Location:
    Bath, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£50K
    Pioneering digital specialist, emerging tech and passionate team. Work with a close-knit team on a wide range of platforms (work with AR, VR & AI). Develop impressive interactive websites, applications, games and APIs. Top digital solutions provider in Bath with a reputation for innovation and creativity are seeking a talented Front-End Developer with solid React experience to join their growing team. If you're a Front-End Developer with a real interest real interest in a range of cutting-edge digital technologies and are looking to push your career further, then this could be the one for you! What skills you'll need Proven background in Front-End Development using HTML, CSS & JavaScript. Significant experience using React. An understanding of JavaScript animation would be good. Experience using modern software workflow tools - GitHub, Gulp, SASS. Comfortable using Photoshop to create front end templates. Ideally you will be flexible with the technologies you use - you could end up picking up Node.js, React Native, Unity, Kotlin, Swift, AR, VR, AI and more! You must supply an online portfolio of work!! What you'll be doing Working within a close team, you'll be developing interactive websites, applications, games and APIs for their client base all over the UK. As they are creative agency, you will be comfortable using Photoshop to create all their front-end templates. Your input will be needed as you will be able to accurately scope projects and help get across the time that will be needed to complete said project. You'll work closely with the other developers ensuring consistent high-quality code that is tested and reviewed to the highest standard. This agency is always looking to work with new and innovative tech and evolving all the time. You will have the opportunity to learn all the hottest programming languages, various other tools, best agile methods and work with people who are highly-skilled specialists in what they do. What you'll get in return  You'll have a competitive salary (£30 to £50k), a pension scheme, very generous holiday allowance, good training scheme, free coffee/drinks, flexible and remote working options within a great culture. You will work with some of the best tech on the market and have the opportunity to keep up to date with all the emerging software. There are great opportunities for progression and with growing teams there will be the chance to move into management/mentor roles. What's next Interested? Then please send in your CV and examples to Tareek for more information.
  • 4th Mar

    PHP Developer

    — Fully Remote (UK)

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£45K
    Challenging projects, quality driven sites and applications. Outstanding culture, tech focused business. 100% remote role. Access to courses, events, new tech and long term progression. An experienced and talented PHP Developer is needed to join a sociable, progressive digital agency on a 100% remote basis. They have a really diverse client list and have produced some amazing websites, truly earning their reputation. Joining a well-established and experienced team, this is a great place to develop your skills further and work with some household names. A tech-first business, 17 of their 23 staff are developers. What experience you’ll need Expertise with PHP, MySQL. Laravel experience. Developing complex back-end integrations with 3rd party systems from scratch using their APIs.  Work with web services, SOAP, REST APIs etc. Any knowledge of WordPress CMS that would be great but not essential. Linux command like knowledge/experience. Solid front-end skills with HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript/JQuery. Experience of Git and Gitlab / Github will be important to the role. What you’ll be doing Joining as part of their development team you’ll be have responsibility for website builds, back-end integrations and bespoke developments.  You’ll play a key role in multiple projects for a wide range of well renowned brands in an often client-facing environment.  You will be responsible for helping to deliver both new websites and updates to existing websites working on a mix of Bespoke PHP and Laravel projects (training on any you haven’t picked up yet). They will look to you to have a methodical approach to development and testing along with a high awareness of industry standards, trends and issues.  There’ll be regular interaction with the design and account management teams and you’ll play an important part in discussions with both clients and team members over technical issues and best practices.  If you’re looking for a tech-centric development set-up and interesting projects then this is definitely one for you. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return for your top skills, a starting salary of up to £45,000, generous holidays, life insurance cover, pension plan, challenging and varied work with plenty of opportunities to learn, fantastic opportunities for career development and a supportive team.  You’d be very welcome to pop into their HQ but after the last few months, they’ve seen that their team performs just as well remotely so if that works for you and helps give you a better work-life balance then that’s fine for them.  Applicants need to be based in the UK. What’s next? If you think this is the role for you then send your CV over to Mike (01179269530).
  • 4th Mar

    Full-Stack Web Developer

    — Pioneering BioScience business

    Location:
    Malvern / Remote, UK
    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!
  • 1st Mar

    PHP Developer

    — Digital & print media

    Location:
    London/Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    28000
    Unique business working in the digital and print sector with London based offices. Fast growing business with great company culture. Generous holiday as well as free cruises with increased years of service. We are working with a specialist media company who are based in London and focus on publishing, content marketing and websites for the travel sector. Founded in 2013, this business has successfully grown and expanded and are now looking to add another developer for the team. You will be maintaining and improving company websites and will also be involved in new builds planned for other brands in the business. The aim here is to grow into market leaders for this sector. There is huge potential for personal growth and training here and lots of scope to develop your career. This is hybrid role with 1 day a week in the office/nearby workspace with the Lead Developer for your first couple of months to ensure you are up to speed with the work they do. This would then change the visits to the office/nearby workspace to twice a month.   What experience you will need: Strong knowledge of PHP development with previous experience working commercially as a PHP Developer. JavaScript (vanilla and/or JQuery) Solid understanding of modern HTML, CSS. A good working knowledge of MySQL Strong experience in creating CMS custom modules and plugins – (CraftCMS, Wordpress) Experience with or willingness to learn CraftCMS. Ability to multitask and deal with pressure in a fast moving and fast-growing environment. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Great team player!   What you will get in return for your talents: Great salary with regular salary reviews. Company pension. Company Christmas outing, summer socials and annual awards night. Lots of room for growth and progression within the business. 25 days holiday plus bank holidays and fully paid for cruises with continued years of service. Flexible and remote working options.   What next? If this role sounds like it could your next career move, please get in touch with Amber at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or apply with your most up to date CV.    
  • 28th Feb

    Senior Software Engineer

    — Join a growing tech scaleup

    Location:
    Fully Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £90,000pa (doe)
    Great opportunity to join a global tech scale up.  Work on exciting Greenfield projects for their product.  Fully remote (quarterly visits to the office for socials).  My client are on a mission to create a modern employee intranet that helps companies connect and engage employees across the enterprise. Their platform helps employees better communicate with coworkers, find information, and transfer knowledge. Their products are built to help businesses not only create an immersive and inspiring digital workplace but also to reinforce their unique cultures. They have partnered with leading brands such as Fox, AAA, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, DocuSign, EventBrite, Eurostar, Coursera and Splunk.They are looking for an experienced software engineer to join their team in the UK to help build and shape the future of their product. You will be working closely in a cross-functional team with other engineers, product managers and our UI/UX designers. As well as this you will be responsible for owning development projects from start to completion; this includes helping plan features, build services and deploy infrastructure.What you'll be doing: You will work with a talented cross-functional team to develop new user-facing features using JavaScript on both the front-end and back-end. Build and maintain microservices running on AWS. Write automated unit tests and end-to-end tests for your code and services. Quality is incredibly important to us and everybody is responsible for it. Participate in agile ceremonies; regularly and sustainably delivering value in two-week sprints. Work with our existing AWS platform team to deploy infrastructure using Kubernetes Help out occasionally on the front-end and assist our UI engineers with our React SPA. Help influence the overall architecture and direction of the application. What expereince you will need to apply: You are user focused – They solve their customer’s problems together; everybody has a say in planning, design & execution. You’re familiar with both relational databases and NoSQL solutions and you know when to use each. 5 years of overall experience with at least 2 years of experience deploying and maintaining microservices on AWS. You love identifying new technologies, patterns, and techniques and planning out how we can apply them to improve productivity, code quality and user experience. Affinity for profiling and analysing code to identify areas for improvement. You understand modern frontend concepts such as component libraries, modular CSS and bundlers. Good understanding of CI/CD, unit testing, and automated end-to-end testing using a framework like Cypress. Strong knowledge and understanding of functional programming patterns. Excited by working in a fast-paced startup environment. What you'll get in return for your experience:My client are offering a competitive salary (up to £90,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package that includes stock options. Whats next:Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.
  • 28th Feb

    Senior Test Engineer

    — Join a growing tech scaleup

    Location:
    Fully Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £75,000pa (doe)
    Great opportunity to join a global tech scale up. Work on exciting Greenfield projects for their product. Fully remote (quarterly visits to the office for socials).  My client are on a mission to create a modern employee intranet that helps companies connect and engage employees across the enterprise. Their platform helps employees better communicate with coworkers, find information, and transfer knowledge. Their products are built to help businesses not only create an immersive and inspiring digital workplace but also to reinforce their unique cultures. They have partnered with leading brands such as Fox, AAA, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, DocuSign, EventBrite, Eurostar, Coursera and Splunk. They are looking for an experienced test engineer to join their team in the UK to help build the future of work. You will be working closely in a cross-functional team with Senior Software Engineers, Product Managers and UI/UX Designers helping them to automate their testing strategies. Working together, they will be responsible for delivering development projects from start to completion. What you'll be doing: You will be working in a talented cross-functional team to launch new user-facing features. Defining test strategies for new features to ensure a high level of quality. Writing end-to-end tests for our code and services using Cypress. Coaching software engineers, helping them improve their testing skills. Participating in agile ceremonies; regularly and sustainably delivering value in two-week sprints. Understanding, applying and optimising appropriate test mechanisms (functional, regression, smoke) and tools to improve the verification efficiency through automation. Help to influence the overall architecture and direction of the application.   What experience you will need to apply:   You are user focused – They solve their customer’s problems together; everybody has a say in planning, design & execution. You have 3-5 years of industrial experience in software testing. You love identifying new technologies, patterns, and techniques and planning out how we can apply them to improve the quality of our testing process. A strong knowledge of different software testing methodologies. Good knowledge of API testing tools like (Soap, Postman, JMeter). A deep understanding of the challenges facing automated software testing Exposure to agile / scrum methodologies. You’re comfortable writing JavaScript or another programming language. All our automation is written in Javascript or TypeScript. You understand accessibility standards and laws and how they can impact testing. You’re excited by working in a fast-paced startup environment. What you'll get in return for your experience: My client are offering a competitive salary (up to £75,000pa) for this role combined with a great benefits package that includes stock options.  Whats next: Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.
  • 18th Feb

    Junior Full-Stack Software Developer

    — Luxury fashion house

    Location:
    London, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £45,000
    Opportunity to work for a Luxury Fashion House. Chance to work on cutting edge technologies at a globally renowned brand.   Incredible benefits package.  My client are a luxury fashion brand who are currently on the hunt for a Junior Software Developer to join their Decision Intelligence team. This is a fantastic opportunity to become part of a dynamic team with a visionary brand that offers possibilities to learn and grow.You will be joining a team of Software Engineers who will be working alongside Data Scientists to build web-based analytical tools and working on Full-Stack development. This is a great opportunity for someone with an interest in software development, fashion and in deploying exciting technology at scale. What experience you'll need:You will be a great fit for this role if you have experience in the following technologies -  HTML/CSS & JavaScript. React and/or Node.JS. Cloud Computing Environments (preferably in AWS). What you'll get in return for your experience:You'll receive a competitive salary (up to £45K doe) with the opportunity for career progression and plenty of learning and development opportunities as this is one of the managerial principles of the business. As well as this salary you will receive an industry leading benefits package, highlights include - Lunch allowance, Annual bonus, Clothing allowance, 25 days holiday ( bank hols), Private medical care and much more. What's next:Like the sound of this one? Apply with your CV or get in touch with Gareth to find out more.
  • 7th Feb

    React Developer

    — React Developer with Leading eCommerce Agency

    Location:
    Manchester, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    50,000
    Join a Leading eCommerce agency with unique benefits and vibrant culture Offering 100% remote work, great benefits, and exciting brands. Flexible hours and competitive salary & bonus. If you’re an ambitious React Developer who enjoys contributing to open-source projects and documentation, looking to work for a key player in the eCommerce space, read on! What you’ll be doing You’ll be working as part of an upbeat and collaborative development team, providing eCommerce solutions to a range of exciting and interesting brands. The role will be a mix of Software development, Process and tooling improvements and personal development. A key part of your role is working to improve yourself, pursue new technologies and bring that knowledge to our client. Your contributions will be valued, and expertise respected when discussing solutions to new and tricky requests from clients. Our client is a leading eCommerce solution provider, and you’ll be working with experts to create innovative and responsive websites. You’ll be working as part of a team of developers on front-end and back-end projects, bringing your expertise to add something new to our client’s solutions. You’ll be working one to one with Junior Developers, guiding them over the hurdles of development, building others up alongside yourself. This is a chance to work in a growing industry, using one of the most successful products on the market to create something different! What experience you’ll need. A Strong understanding of the React ecosystem. Years of development experience working in a development team within a commercial environment Experience dealing directly with non-technical stakeholders Highly motivated with demonstrable technical and analytical skills Desire to further technical skills and knowledge Advanced knowledge of best practice and architecture in complex web apps. TypeScript experience. Experience React framework Experience Node framework Worked on integrations with NoSQL data stores Working with third-party REST and GraphQL APIs Experience unit testing with JS Experience of the full software lifecycle Experience with Agile methodologies Advanced experience working with Git What You will get in return for your talents A competitive salary with flexitime and 100% remote working (if desired, you can work from the office in Manchester if preferred. Whatever way you like to work, the emphasis on choice and you will be able to choose how you work). You’ll also enjoy a structured and personalised professional development programme in addition to multiple employee perks and becoming part of a rapidly growing agency with some incredible clients. What’s next. If you’d like to apply, get in touch with Joshua Aptroot at josh.a@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or 44 7985273768.
  • 3rd Feb

    Head of Delivery and Support

    — Delivery and Support Lead for a sustainable agriculture start-up

    Location:
    Bristol, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive
    Innovative Agri-tech Start-up. Pioneering sustainable agriculture techniques with future sector growth in-mind. An opportunity to make a significant impact to future food systems internationally. Working in central Bristol, you would be part of an ambitious and purpose-driven team who work within the sustainable agriculture sector. This is a senior management role for someone who wants to grow a team within a new department. You will be responsible for the delivery of sustainable agriculture products and the ongoing support to customer projects across the UK and internationally. What you'll be doing:     Growing and supporting a team within a new department. With your team you will deliver products in an organised, safe, and timely manner. Integral member of the senior management team, including meetings, provision of logistical information and contributing to high-level decision making. You will work closely with both the founding team and the Board You will oversee bespoke customer hardware and software product delivery for concurrent projects throughout the UK and internationally. This will include post-delivery support. You will organise and oversee the delivery and success of customer projects from client relations to production, assembly, installation, and after-care. You will communicate realistic installation timelines and provide important logistical information to commercial, product and financial personnel. In charge of designing and building customer support and maintenance teams alongside working with key strategic partners. Devise and oversee long-term delivery strategy and ensure its’ success. design and implement strategies to deliver profitable ongoing operations, maintenance, and customer support services. Build and maintain positive and trusting relationships with all customers, subcontractors, and suppliers. Manage products on-time and on-budget whilst ensuring all operational processes and supply chains are true to the core values of the business. What experience you’ll need to apply?     Senior team management with proven experience of growing and supporting a team. Technical engineering project management experience, with experience in high value complex system project management. Degree-level in operations management or relevant field, or extensive relevant professional experience. Awareness of working within CDM and other applicable frameworks. Experience maintaining environmental principles throughout a project or supply chain, such as ISO 14001. Long-term professional experience in an operational position, with knowledge of systems engineering and construction projects and transferable skills to the farming sector. Knowledge of engineering procurement and construction contracts. Excellent written and verbal communicator. Able to manage internal and external relationships in a personable and supportive manner, with proven excellent customer services skills. Experience reviewing legal documents and able to draft them with legal support. Desirable: Experience in the Greenhouse sector. What you’ll get in return for your experience: You will get to work in a fast-paced, and environmentally conscious start-up in central Bristol. Hybrid and remote working options available. Your office space will be a world-class horticultural research facility with a casual and open feel. Working within a team of ambitious and impact-driven team who are responsible, caring, and focused on sustainability. Competitive salary benefits (pension contribution, 33 days holiday, cycle to work scheme, and more). Diversity and Inclusion: The company fully promotes diversity and inclusion. All candidates from a range of backgrounds should be encouraged to apply. What’s next: For more information or to apply, apply directly to this advert to speak with Imogen Turner.    
  • 22nd Jan

    Product manager

    — Make a significant impact on Broadcast technologies

    Location:
    Hampshire, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50,000 - £70,000
    An opportunity to make a significant difference. Strong and positive environment where all staff are shareholders. Able to influence strategy and innovation areas. This is an opportunity for an experienced Product Manager to join an innovative broadcast technology company in Hampshire. They are looking towards exciting growth over the next few years and are seeking a Product Manager with software and hardware broadcast experience to help define, improve, and sell the full product portfolio.What you’ll be doing:Using your experience of broadcast standards, workflows and understanding of customer requirements, you will be responsible for the entire lifecycle of video products, with an objective of increasing revenues from both products and services. Manage the product portfolio to achieve agreed revenue Liaise with CTO and engineering heads to plan and deliver approved product/feature Develop relationships to obtain understanding of future market needs as inputs to the general product planning Present business cases for new product introduction, new feature development and product modifications/enhancements in line with the company’s processes Demonstrate products in an effective manner to potential Take responsibility to produce appropriate Sales support material including brochures, application notes and product Manage pricing for products and related Manage third-party partnerships for product development, integration and OEM product delivery Continuously monitor and report on competitive activity impacting products and Provide support for Sales and Marketing activities as required – input into ongoing sales and marketing strategies, customer visits, industry events, trade shows Assist with trade show planning, stand design, build, staffing, and follow-up. Raise awareness of products in appropriate markets through contribution to web site, and through participation in customer community engagement and direct marketing Other duties supporting business as may be required from time-to-time. Travel to customer sites will be required (25%).   What experience you’ll need to apply?Essential knowledge and experience required Degree or equivalent in electronics, software engineering or computer science. Formal qualifications in Marketing, Sales or Product Management would be beneficial. Direct experience of Product Management including software products and services within the broadcast Demonstrated technical knowledge of broadcast workflows and end-user processes. Demonstrated successful experience of new product introduction, price setting and product. Experience of preparation of customer supporting material such as brochures, manuals and application. Demonstrated ability in competitor analysis and using the outcomes in marketing. Experience of generation of content for external web. Good communication skills including the ability to interact with customers of all status levels, and proven capability in persuading customers to move to purchase.  Desirable knowledge and experience required Product Management for software and hardware broadcast technologies or similar. Experience of Product Management of software as a service and/or metered software products (i.e., those sold on a pay-per-use model). Project management (e.g., Prince2) and associated tools (Gantt). Experience in management of international. Experience in planning and managing trade show.  What you’ll get in return for your experienceTo be part of a company where you can help the growth and strategy of their offering, in a supportive environment, with the ability to make a significant impact to the direction and success of the company.Commutable from Farnham, Winchester, Portsmouth, Guildford, Andover, Southampton, Hampshire, and Surrey.What's next?For more information or to apply, apply directly to this advert to speak with Roy Bennett  
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