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  • 23rd Jun

    JavaScript Engineer (UI)

    — Fully remote, even after lockdown

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £60K
    Progressive tech stack in a growing creative studio.  Household brand with an 'agency style' development environment. Great benefits and offices (full remote working, annual bonus, flexi-time). One of the UK’s leading household names is looking to expanding their JavaScript team with an experienced developer. There’s an on-going digital transformation across the business and there are some really exciting projects in the pipeline. The digital team has enjoyed creating an agency style development environment, with all the resources and funding of a hugely successful business. There's a real emphasis on helping developers grow their skills and there will be support for training / courses and to learn new tech and best practice. Please note that the wider salary range is due to the client considering multiple levels of applicants, from mid-senior level.  What skills you’ll be needing Strong skills with HTML5, CSS3, LESS and JavaScript, with Angular/React experience needed for upcoming projects. Any experience with TypeScript, ES6+ or Redux would also be beneficial. Experience with CMS customisation & integration. Knowledge of front-end build tools such as Grunt, Gulp & Webpack. You'll have an appreciation of the importance of design & customer experience. You will have worked in an Agile based environment previously, ideally Scrum. What you’ll be doing Your main task will be working as a mid - senior member of the Front-End team, currently 5 developers strong with 3 project scrum teams across the wider digital team. You’ll be helping to grow the company’s digital and online presence, predominately working on their websites and getting involved with continued project work based around the current digital transformation work. You'll attend daily stand-ups and communicate your progress within the sprint, liaising with other developers, UX Consultants & UI Designers.   What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as a generous salary, you’ll get the chance to join the team at a really exciting time for the business. The digital change puts you at the very forefront of the company’s future growth. You’ll be based from home with access to some really nice offices if you'd like to come meet the team. There’s also the chance for future progression through the team and business. You'll be offered training and support to take courses to learn and develop your skills with other technologies where needed.  What’s next? Sound great?  Send in your CV to Joe now or call in for a chat.
  • 23rd Jun

    Mobile Developer (React Native)

    — Fully remote, even after lockdown

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £45K
    Progressive tech stack in a growing creative studio.  Household brand with an 'agency style' development environment. Great benefits and offices (full remote working, annual bonus, flexi-time). One of the UK’s leading household names is looking to expanding their Mobile App team with an experienced developer. There’s an on-going digital transformation across the business and there are some really exciting projects in the pipeline. The digital team has enjoyed creating an agency style development environment, with all the resources and funding of a hugely successful business. There's a real emphasis on helping developers grow their skills and there will be support for training / courses and to learn new tech and best practice.  What skills you’ll be needing Proven background in mobile app development, preferably using React Native.  Strong front-end skills with HTML5, CSS3, LESS and JavaScript.  Any experience with TypeScript, React, Angular, ES6+ or Redux would also be beneficial. Experience with CMS customisation & integration. Knowledge of cloud technology, ideally Azure but flexible.  You'll have an appreciation of the importance of design & customer experience. You will have worked in an Agile based environment previously, ideally Scrum. What you’ll be doing You’ll join the digital team as the mobile app specialist, currently 5 developers strong with 3 project scrum teams across the wider digital team. You’ll be helping to grow the company’s digital and online presence, predominately working on their mobile apps and getting involved with continued project work based around the current digital transformation work. You'll attend daily stand-ups and communicate your progress within the sprint, liaising with other developers, UX Consultants & UI Designers.   What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as a generous salary, you’ll get the chance to join the team at a really exciting time for the business. The digital change puts you at the very forefront of the company’s future growth. You’ll be based from home with access to some really nice offices if you'd like to come meet the team. There’s also the chance for future progression through the team and business. You'll be offered training and support to take courses to learn and develop your skills with other technologies where needed.  What’s next? Sound great?  Send in your CV to Joe now or call in for a chat.
  • 23rd Jun

    Drupal/LAMP Developer

    — 2 Week Initial Contract

    Location:
    Remote + Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £300 p/day
    Innovative Software Company. Remote/Bristol. Up to £300 p/day. 2 week initial contract opportunity, for a Drupal/LAMP Developer to work on an interesting web application. You wil be developing the back end of a bespoke web platform that: visualises data, tracks progress and more. What you'll be doing Working for an innovative software company, based from your home office - remote working with no requirement to go onsite at this stage. What experience you'll need to apply for this role Drupal (Expert). LAMP (Expert). AWS (Experienced). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £300 p/day, 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.
  • 22nd Jun

    Ruby Developer

    — Creative and skill-stretching projects

    Location:
    Oxford OR Remote (1 day in office)
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £60K
    Leading web application development agency with household name clients. Progressive and innovative atmosphere with a great project portfolio. Flexible working arrangements within a collaborative technology team. An Oxfordshire based agency who is one of the market leaders within their space are looking to recruit a talented Ruby Developer to join their committed and passionate team. They work on web apps, single page applications and rich interactivity. All within in a forward-thinking, agile development environment encompassing the latest technologies and processes. What skills you'll need Expert commercial experience of Ruby/RoR, Linux, Heroku and AWS.  Proven knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery. Competencies around testing approaches, using tools like RSpec and Cucumber. In depth exposure to mobile web development, debugging and Native app optimisation. Understanding of databases and object-orientated programming. What you'll be doing Working across the full development lifecycle, you will develop rich interactive apps for a variety of clients across a broad range of industries. You’ll be working on creative technical and functional designs, efficient and logical databases. You'll also participating in code reviews, optimisation and existing product upgrades. As well as developing new solutions from scratch, you will work to always ensuring that output is continuously the best it can be. What you'll get in return for your talents You’ll be rewarded with a plush, vibrant and brand new working environment. Excellent team culture, that has lunches, socials and just a generally inviting and collaborative business. You’ll work on challenging projects that really push your skill. Some of the generous benefits include a great proper pension contribution, travel expenses & opportunities, as well as private health insurance for your family. What’s next? This really is a fantastic opportunity, so if you’re interested please forward your CV to Joe.
  • 22nd Jun

    Designer

    — eCommerce and Retail

    Location:
    Devon
    Type:
    Salary:
    Upto £25k
    Join a brand with a strong creative identity. Design for print and digital. Enjoy working from a beautiful rural location. We’re looking for a Designer to join a highly regarded consumer brand in Devon. What you’ll be doing Reporting into the Marketing Director and working alongside another designer, you will join the in-house marketing team. The brand has a hugely successful wholesale business as well as a direct to consumer model that is growing at pace. Recent events have meant a shift in sales to direct and a focus on growing these channels, you’ll play a key role in enabling this growth and create digital advertising that includes static imagery, GIFs and video content for social. You’ll also work on print projects from time to time including brochure design, direct mail and POS for retail. You’ll collaborate with the other in-house designer as well as external agencies when needed and work with those in the eCommerce team, buying and merchandising and photography regularly. This is a great role for any designer with some good digital skills that’s looking for a well-established boutique brand to call home. What experience you’ll need Previous commercial design experience (ideally with exposure to eCommerce and retail brands). Expert user of the Adobe Creative Suite. A portfolio full of designs that showcase digital advertising and a variety of print solutions (any brochure work, DM or retail creative of particular interest). A strong understanding of brand, able to adapt your style to suit. A great communicator, able to work with and collaborate with people of all backgrounds. Comfortable wearing a few hats and always willing to rise to a design challenge – whatever the brief. An understanding of print processes, confident communicating with printers and manufacturers. What you’ll get in return for your experience You’ll join a brand with a strong identity and ethical roots, enjoy working from a beautiful, rural location and be part of a truly rewarding culture. What’s next Please apply with an up to date CV and portfolio to be considered.
  • 22nd Jun

    Front-End Developer

    — React.js, Amazing Product

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£40K
    Incredible product with substantial new client wins. React, JavaScript, UI development. Remote working, flexible hours, stunning new offices.  A well-backed and exciting start-up with new offices in the Bath/Trowbridge area who create intuitive software solutions, native applications and platforms is looking for a Front-End Developer with strong React experience to help take their product forward. They're already making major movements in their market and following an extremely successful period of sustained growth they are now looking for someone to join the team in a part-onsite/part-remote capacity. They’re particularly interested in anyone available immediately, the projects are ready and they’re good to go!Experience you'll need Excellent front-end development experience, with great examples of work to show. React.js experience is essential and a strong background with JavaScript generally. High level of experience with UI layouts and SCSS. Experience of using REST API’s. Understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and how to work around them. Build/config management including Webpack and Babel. GIT/SVN. Practical experience of testing tools such as Jest, React Testing Library, Mocha, Chai etc. Passionate about learning the right technologies for the task. What you'll be doingYou will be joining a small team of developers and be responsible for the look and feel of the application, as well as the architectures, performance optimisation, accessibility and usability. You will work with the QA lead and other developers, using the right tools and languages to ensure a high quality of product. They need someone with a keen eye for design and UI/UX to translate wireframes and UI designs into well crafter, intuitive code that helps create an efficient, standards-compliant and accessible software product. You’ll need to perform well in a fast-paced environment, sharing your knowledge with others and solving problems across the business. This is an incredibly exciting product already being used by some very well-known customers so expect a fun and rewarding ride!What you'll get in return for your talentsAlong with a salary between £30-40K you will be entitled to flexible working hours + remote working (3-4 days), 25 days holiday, private healthcare, pension, choose your own kit, training & conference budget, company phone paid for, hacks/R&D days, team social trips, coffee, fruit, beers etc, cycle to work scheme, hot-desk space, paid for courses of your choice, 5 days off if you’re getting married, the day off if you’re moving house, and charity days. It’s a rare position with the opportunity to grow with a thriving start-up who will reward you for your efforts and if all goes to plan you can expect to be moved up into a senior role before the end of the year!What's next?If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Mike a shout (01179269530, mike@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
  • 22nd Jun

    Infrastructure Engineer (AWS)

    — Thriving Start-Up

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £32K-£45K
    AWS Infrastructure, Automation. Thriving, well-backed start-up with unique product. Remote working, flexible hours, stunning new offices.  A brand-new start-up with new offices in the Bath/Trowbridge area with a pioneering platform are looking to add an Infrastructure Engineer to their growing team. They're already making major movements in their market and following an extremely successful period of sustained growth they are now looking for someone to join the team in a part-onsite/part-remote capacity.  They’re particularly interested in anyone available immediately, the projects are ready and they’re good to go!Experience you'll need Experience of working with AWS based infrastructure (design, build and support). Competent with CI/CD tools e.g. Jenkins, Github Actions, Azure DevOps. Good coverage across some of; EC2, S3, Elasticache, mySQL / MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Docker, Kubernetes. Solid understanding of Backup & Disaster Recovery approach and design. Experience working in an Agile environment. Passionate about learning the right technologies for the task. What you'll be doingThis ground-breaking tech business work on user-centric, market-leading products and your role will be to help improve and scale their infrastructure for their exciting platform.  Working alongside developers, testers and designers you will play a key role in taking the business forward whilst picking up some really progressive tech.  You will be able to work with autonomy and time to research, evaluate and implement new processes in helping to build a fit-for-purpose AWS environment.  They’ll look for you to look after disaster recovery and backups and over time learn how to write automation and infrastructure as code.  You’ll need to perform well in a fast-paced environment, sharing your knowledge with others and solving problems across the business. This is an incredibly exciting product already being used by some very well-known customers so expect a fun and rewarding ride!What you'll get in return for your talentsAlong with a salary between £30-40K you will be entitled to flexible working hours + remote working (3-4 days), 25 days holiday, private healthcare, pension, choose your own kit, training & conference budget, company phone paid for, hacks/R&D days, team social trips, coffee, fruit, beers etc, cycle to work scheme, hot-desk space, paid for courses of your choice, 5 days off if you’re getting married, the day off if you’re moving house, and charity days. It’s a rare position with the opportunity to grow with a thriving start-up who will reward you for your efforts and if all goes to plan you can expect to be moved up into a senior role before the end of the year!What's next?If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Mike a shout (mike@adlib-recruitment.co.uk, 01179269530).
  • 19th Jun

    SEO/Content Manager

    — Brilliant Digital agency

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £32k
    Play a key role in the agency. New role due to agency growth. Great culture and sociable office. I’m searching for an impressive SEO/Content Manager to join a lovely digital agency with ambitious growth plans based in central Bristol. What you’ll be doing You will be responsible for producing and implementing SEO strategies to help grow rankings for clients and ultimately deliver award-winning campaigns. Your day to day will focus on growing organic traffic through building content plans, content generation and executing link building campaigns. You’ll create and promote valuable content with the view of earning higher rankings, growing traffic and improving audience engagement. You’ll consistently suggest new SEO and content strategies to clients whilst reporting and updating them on campaign performance, developing solid relationships along the way. This is a truly end to end strategic and hands on role, a really great opportunity for someone looking to drive their career forward and progress with a forward-thinking agency long-term. What experience you’ll need Extensive SEO and content experience ideally gained agency side. First rate content writing skills. A clear and up-to-date understanding of SEO best practices. Background in building links and obeying best practices. Experience with industry SEO tools including Moz, Ahrefs, Majestic, Raven, SEMrush, Screaming Frog. Strong Excel skills for data analysis and manipulation. Commercial acumen with the ability to juggle multiple projects at any given time. What you’ll get in return for your talents Salary is entirely dependent on experience but in the region of £30k, in addition to benefits which are available on request. It’s also worth noting that the culture here is really fantastic – well-established client base and a lovely team with a relaxed but ambitious feel. What comes next? Please get in touch with Rina to hear more about this role.
  • 19th Jun

    DevOps/Integration Engineer (Elasticsearch)

    — ELK Integration

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £50K
    Established platform provider with multi-national client-base. Ambitious plans to double revenue over the next few years. Large focus on ELK integration & management of data stores/solutions.  This platform provider has moved from strength-to-strength since launching over 10 years ago and now operate across Europe and the US with plans to double their revenue over the coming years. With continued growth in their Bristol team, they need an ELK Integration/DevOps Engineer to be involved in infrastructure delivery and data store/solution management. It’s a small team of 10-15 people with a lot of talent to offer. What skills you’ll need Significant experience with Elasticsearch stack and enterprise production.  Proven scripting knowledge using Elasticsearch & Kibana.  Background in a DevOps/Sysadmin role in Linux environments.  Understanding of AWS (EC2, Lambda). Advocate for IaC, automation & CI/CD (Ansible, Puppet, Terraform). Ability to read code, preferably PHP/Node/Python. Coding experience nice to have.  What you’ll be doing You’ll be responsible for managing ELK data stores & solutions as well as involving yourself in the delivery of a range of infrastructure projects. You’ll look after all aspects of Elasticsearch clusters, acting as a bridge between the development/ops teams and operating in a heavily DevOps-oriented culture. Other responsibilities include providing support to the DevOps team using things like Ansible & other forms of IaC, supporting data requirements and developing Kibana dashboards to provide insight into product operations. Lots of variety and lots of internal/external training with emerging technology constantly being integrated.  What you’ll get in return for your talents For starters, you’ll have the investment of a truly supportive leadership team backed by an annual training budget and learning academy. They also offer weekly language lessons to make you more versatile across international projects with international office exchanges possible should you be interested. On top of that you’ll have a healthy pension scheme, custom-designed offices (after lockdown…), private healthcare, a free gym, regular socials, the list goes on.  What’s next? Want to find out more? Contact Joe to hear more! 
  • 19th Jun

    Mobile Games Developer

    — React Native

    Location:
    Remote + Wiltshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £400 p/day
    Innovative Niche Product. Remote/Wiltshire. Up to £400 p/day. 3-month initial contract opportunity, for a Mobile Games Developer to work on an innovative product that is seeing a huge increase in demand. You will be developing a game that will be built into the existing React-Native app.  What you'll be doing Working for an innovative tech company, based between your home office and their Wiltshire offices - remote working, with potential to work onsite depending on lockdown restrictions. What experience you'll need to apply for this role Mobile Games Developer (Expert). iOS & Android (Expert). React Native (Experienced). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £400 p/day, 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.
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