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  • 18th Oct

    Senior Data Scientist

    — Rapid business growth & career progression

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40000 - £60000
    Variety of data science projects centred on IIoT.  High-growth period with scope to get from 35 to 100 in the next 2 years.  International customer base working with a diverse range of household names Would you like to join an innovative company, using cutting-edge technology working with some of the biggest companies in the world? If that sounds like the role for you, I’m currently working with a with a global IoT consultancy based in Bristol who’d be keen to speak with you.  What you’ll be doing As the company is rapidly growing they’re looking to expand their team of Data Scientists that allow them to deliver their analytical products to clients across the globe. Primarily working in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) space they use Machine Learning and software to deliver business solutions to some household name clients.  You’ll be tasked with the full end-to-end process from gathering requirements and understanding business needs, data analysis, leveraging data, developing and deploying models as well as continuously evaluating and improving models that have been put into production.  What experience you’ll need to apply•    A Masters or PhD degree in an Engineering or Science related field. •    Experience building deep learning models and scalable machine learning systems.•    Programming skills in Python ideally using libraries like pandas, scikit-learn and numpy •    Communication skills are key in this one as you’ll be interacting with people across the business as well as stakeholders outside of it.  What you’ll get in return for your experience  The company offer a very relaxed & casual environment, offering flexible working hours (core day is 10am – 4pm) and plenty of scope for training & progression. As the business expands there will be scope to move into more of a Directorate position depending on which way you see your career going, and they encourage their employees to go on a range of training courses & tech conferences. They’re offering a generous salary of up to £60K (depending on experience), health pension scheme and free food in the office. It really does have the culture of a start-up but with the backing of a large international business!  What next?If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Adam with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.
  • 18th Oct

    Full Stack Developer (.Net)

    — Business Growth & Progressive Tech Environment

    Location:
    Cardiff
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30000 - £45000
      Innovative start-up culture, but with the financial stability of a larger business. Significant opportunity of organic career progression. Community events, conferences, meet-ups, amazing offices and progressive training. An exciting start-up within the financial sector has secured a major new contract, so is now looking significantly grow the existing development team. You’ll be based in nice, modern offices in Cardiff, complete with Games Room and free on-site Gym!  The business was proud to be named as one of Techworld’s Top 10 UK FinTech Start-ups to watch and have only continued that success since. Significant new revenue and established investment has allowed the realisation of their ambitious growth plans, so this is the perfect time to join the journey.  What experience you'll need You’ll be a commercially proven Software Engineer, working with C#, .NET & SQL Server. Experience working with Visual Studio and Source Control (TFS, VSTS). Proven exposure working in a Scrum environment. A solid understanding of Cloud technologies (Azure, AWS, Docker) would be beneficial. Understanding of front-end development and/or the creative process. Team leadership or previous management experience would be highly advantageous. Knowledge of multiple technical languages would definitely be bonus. DevOps/ Automation experience. What you'll be doing  You will be working closely with the development team on a wide range of web apps, from bespoke MVC applications to Umbraco CMS. You’ll also be working on web services, back-end code (integrating with third party APIs and SQL Server databases) and the mobile app (iOS & Android, building using Ionic 3 / AngularJS). It’s an Agile development environment and fast-paced, usually looking at weekly,  multiple releases! There will be a number of key new projects that you will be focussed on, primarily based around integrating the service/software into new partner systems.   What you'll get in return for your talents For starters, you will be in an environment that encourages personal development and encourages knowledge growth around progressive tech stacks. You’ll work in amazing offices, with a games room and a free gym! The culture is also very sociable, who do everything from the standard Friday beers to attending events and hosting hackathons. This is the perfect time to join the expanding team and there’s excellent future progression available for all staff. What's next?   Sound interesting? Apply now, or contact Rich for more information! 
  • 18th Oct

    Marketing Executive

    — Inbound Marketing Role

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £22k-£27k
    Fast Growing B2B Business. Inbound Marketing Role. Central Bath Location.  This is an exciting time to join this B2B Tech business in Bath as their new Marketing Executive.  This is a role where you will create relevant, interesting and impactful content across a number of channels to help support the lead generation campaigns.  As well as generating online and offline content, you will also support across events, CRM and internal communications.  What you'll be doing You will help build awareness for the brand by creating relevant content from blogs and case studies, whitepapers, emails, videos, graphics and printed collateral.  Working with the Digital Marketing Manager you will the promote this SEO optimised content across relevant channels such as the website, social channels and digital ads. As well as building out the content strategy, there are wider activities that you will be involved in.  Supporting the sales team you will help create relevant collateral and sales support materials.  There is a strong events presence that you will support, and you will be involved in the email campaign management.  Beyond this you will utilise the CRM to help create relevant automated acquisition and retention campaigns. What experience you'll need to apply Strong writing skills with a passion for content Exceptional eye for detail Experience using a CMS such as Wordpress or Drupal Email marketing experience i.e. Mailchimp, Campaign Monitor etc. Any experience with using a CRM would be beneficial Knowledge and experience of SEO is desirable but not essential Genuine team player with excellent communication skills A relevant degree such as English, Marketing or Business related. What you'll get in return for your talents There is a competitive salary on offer (£22k-£27k), training and development opportunities, 24 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, subsidised gym membership, life insurance, and lots of other good benefits.  What next If you're interested in this opportunity please send through your CV by clicking apply now.  
  • 18th Oct

    Full-Stack Developer (C#, JS)

    — Rapid business growth & career progression

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £40K (flexible)
    FTSE 250 organisation. Modern offices in the heart of Bristol complete with pool tables and ping pong!  Outstanding team, collaboration, key development & progression opportunities. A FTSE 250 business with new offices in the heart of Bristol, are looking for a Full-Stack Developer to work in their digital team. There is a team of 7 currently with good scope to grow; they’re going through a large migration and an exciting period of expansion due to recent acquisitions. There are 5 core websites to take responsibility for, along with their own mobile app and various internal systems.   What skills you’ll need Background in full-stack development with knowledge of C#.Net or a similar server-side language.  Proven exposure to modern JavaScript frameworks (NodeJS, React, Angular etc.). Significant awareness of microservices & containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes).  Proficient knowledge of various design patterns, things like Atomic, DRY or SOLID.  Understanding of RESTful & graph API patterns. Generalist approach with a diverse range of technology exposure and all-rounder mentality.  Agile/Scrum methodology knowledge.  Any experience working on customer-facing sites/apps would be useful.  What you’ll be doing Joining an established digital team made up of 7 Developers, you’ll be producing clean & testable code to build applications across a variety of customer-facing websites, a mobile app and internal booking system. Scalability & usability is important, the applications you’ll be building are very user-focused and you’ll have a chance to take first-hand feedback from the people using them. You’ll collaborate with other teams including Product, QA, UX & Scrum Masters to ensure the high-level delivery of new features/products/services in a fast-paced Agile environment with continuous improvement constantly at the front of your mind. What you’ll get in return for your experience An incredible opportunity to work for a FTSE 250 organisation with a generous salary (c£40K) and long-term progression, allocated training and development budgets, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays (25 days), flexi-time/remote working, annual bonus (up to 10%) plus amazing discounts at a range of restaurants/retailers. The business earned an award for Investors in People (Gold) so they really know how to look after their employees! Above all, you’ll be in a role with real job satisfaction and the autonomy to evaluate, select and suggest new ideas that will be highly valued. What's next? Sound like the role for you? Send your profile to Joe or give us a call to find out more!
  • 18th Oct

    Front-End UI Developer (React, React Native)

    — Rapid business growth & career progression

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £40K (flexible)
    FTSE 250 organisation. Modern offices in the heart of Bristol complete with pool tables and ping pong!  Outstanding team, collaboration, key development & progression opportunities. A FTSE 250 business with new offices in the heart of Bristol, are looking for a Front-End UI Developer to work in their digital team. There is a team of 7 currently with good scope to grow; they’re going through a large migration and an exciting period of expansion due to recent acquisitions. There are 5 core websites to take responsibility for, along with their own mobile app and various internal systems.   What skills you’ll need Proven Front-End development background with a UI/UX finesse.  Deep understanding of HTML and CSS-in-JS (styled components & pre-compilers).  Significant knowledge of React or React Native. TypeScript would be a plus.  Awareness of state management paradigms like Redux/Thunks. React Hooks would also be beneficial.  Solid experience with various build tools (Webpack, Rollup, Gulp, Storybook). Ability to work closely with UX/UI teams offering a passion for usability and micro-interactions.  Proficiency with things like Jest/Enzyme for JavaScript testing is desirable.  Customer-facing website development experience is advantageous. What you’ll be doing You’d be joining an established digital team made up of 7 Developers alongside the QA, UX & Scrum team. Due to the nature of the business user experience is a huge focus, so it’s expected that you will support the creation & maintenance of new features/functionalities across a variety of customer-facing websites, mobile app and internal booking system. Usability is key, you’ll be working very closely with the UX team to ensure that your visions are aligned, and that high-quality layout and brand standards are always upheld . You will contribute to discussions surrounding UI design & new components as well as using CSS/JS animation libraries to deliver new features within an Agile project environment. What you’ll get in return for your experience An incredible opportunity to work for a FTSE 250 organisation with a generous salary (c£40K) and long-term progression, allocated training and development budgets, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays (25 days), flexi-time/remote working, annual bonus (up to 10%) plus amazing discounts at a range of restaurants/retailers. The business earned an award for Investors in People (Gold) so they really know how to look after their employees! Above all, you’ll be in a role with real job satisfaction and the autonomy to evaluate, select and suggest new ideas that will be highly valued. What's next? Sound like the role for you? Send your profile to Joe or give us a call to find out more!
  • 18th Oct

    Content Executive

    — Exciting cycling brand

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £25k
    Reputable high growth cycling brands. Play a key role in the eCommerce team. Hugely collaborative environment. We’re looking for an impressive Content Executive to join a highly esteemed eCommerce business who continue to grow from strength to strength. Based just outside Bristol, this business have some very exciting plans on the cards so it’s the perfect time to get on board. What you’ll be doing As Content Executive your role will be split between creating inspiring content to promote a range of brands, producing product copy for the website and writing engaging blog posts, ensuring content is SEO optimised along the way. Day to day you’ll get stuck in reporting on events, producing style articles, detailed brand culture pieces and product first-looks as well as creating descriptive product summaries. This is a creative, dynamic role within the eCommerce team - you’ll need to work autonomously and be able to juggle multiple tasks at once in order to produce high-quality writing to tight deadlines. What experience you’ll need You’ll ideally come from an eCommerce background or sports focused business – either way you’ll have strong copywriting skills and a passion for writing. Proven experience in a content role – maybe you’re currently working in an eCommerce product content/merchandising role and looking for something more creative. Knowledge of SEO would be ideal but this is not essential. A passion for cycling would be very beneficial. First-rate written communication skills with a keen eye for detail. Strong project management/time management skills. What you’ll get in return for your talents Salary will entirely depend on experience but will be in the region of £20-25k. The culture here is really great - you’ll be a part of a close-knit business with a family feel, learning from some of the best in the business. You’ll also be based in lovely offices with access to some great benefits including healthcare, staff discounts and early finish Fridays. What’s next? Please get in touch with Hannah to learn more about the role.
  • 18th Oct

    eCommerce Merchandiser

    — eCommerce consultancy/Lifestyle brands

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £30k
    Working with impressive lifestyle brands. Develop your own team of specialists. Amazing culture and benefits. This eCommerce agency is disrupting the digital scene in Bristol with a unique way of partnering with brands. This business prides itself on becoming a genuine extension of their partners in-house teams.  The eCommerce Manager will work across varied projects from setting up new websites, to working with established retailers looking drive their next stage of growth.  What you'll be doing This is truly an end-to-end role that will require a blend of strategic input and hands-on delivery across the full customer journey. Depending on the size of the project there will of course be scope to work with additional resource (internally and externally) as and when required, however a big part will be working hands-on with the eCommerce brands. Essentially sitting as an eCommerce Manager internally within the team. It's such a great opportunity for either an eCommerce Manager looking for a role with more variety, or an agency side eCommerce Account Manager looking to work client side but maintain the fast-paced nature of their day to day. Working on the in-house and partner brands, you'll look to assess areas for improvement (using analytical data on site performance) across trading, customer acquisition, conversion and retention, and drive these changes to promote growth. One day you could be focusing on eCommerce trading strategy (is the site merchandised effectively, where can I upsell similar lines to increase average order value?). The next, working on organic and paid digital channels (SEO, PPC, Paid Social, Social Media etc.), tying these in with marketing calendars for multiple partners. Or working on retention strategies through effective email marketing communications, using segmentation and A/B testing to constantly improve ROI. Youll work at pace and relish the opportunity to work on the full customer journey for a range of luxury brands. What's not to like? What experience you'll need Have worked end-to-end on an eCommerce site with a track record of delivering strong growth. Could either be as an eCommerce Manager, or an agency side Account Manager who has partnered with eCommerce brands. Huge passion for eCommerce and working with brands in their early stages of development. Familiar with cloud based project management tools such as Trello, Slack and Google Docs. Excellent interpersonal skills to manage partners and work closely with colleagues. Interest in lifestyle / fashion brands would be great. What you'll get in return for your talents There is a competitive salary on offer and the teams business plan and way of working with their partners is very unique, so this is an excellent environment to develop and grow your skillset. What's next? Get in touch with Hannah to hear the finer details on this one. 
  • 18th Oct

    3rd Line Infrastructure Support Engineer

    — Financial Services Within A Microsoft Environment

    Location:
    Caerphilly
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30,000 - £35,000
    Progressive and capable team with continuous skill training. Energetic environment that breeds success. Opportunity to gain significant exposure to Greenfield project work. Financial services provider in south wales are currently recruiting two Senior Infrastructure Engineers (3rd Line) to support the infrastructure of their rapidly expanding team. These roles have been created as part of wider Infrastructure strategy to move towards a centralized IT function, this would be a great opportunity for any experienced IT Engineers wanting a fresh new challenge. What skill’s you’ll need Maintain, support, troubleshoot and administration of Microsoft Windows Server Operating Systems (Windows 2008 and above), Microsoft Windows Desktop Operating Systems (Windows 7 and above). Exposure and experience of Linux & Unix (Ubuntu, Centos & FreeBSD) Administration. Knowledge of virtualisation technologies (Hyper-V and/or VMWare). Expert in networking topologies, protocols & methodologies.  Understanding of Firewalls, Switches, & Routers. Supporting experience of telephony systems (dialler’s, avaya IP office, Avaya Desk Phones, SIP). Proven knowledge of scripting, automation, workflow. What you’ll be doing You will be supporting the business function through end-user service, day-to-day operational support of infrastructure and wider project initiatives. All whilst maintaining secure and stable environment. You’ll be ensuring that policies, standards and procedures are followed, projects are delivered to predefined deadlines and on managing the continuous change and introduction of new and emerging technology. What you’ll get in return? You’ll receive a competitive salary depending on your skills and experience, free parking, company pension, discretionary bonus, industry leading skill progression & training, family fun days, charity days and many more. What’s next? If this role catches your interest send your CV to Rich asap.
  • 18th Oct

    eCommerce Merchandiser

    — eCommerce agency/Lifestyle brands

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £30k
    Ambitious and growing company, with plenty of scope for career development. Unique and forward thinking eCommerce consultancy. Impressive range of lifestyle brand partners. This eCommerce consultancy are disrupting the digital scene in Bristol with a unique way of partnering with brands. They are on the lookout for a Merchandiser to work across eCommerce sites and physical stores. What you’ll be doing We’re looking for a passionate and self-motivated Merchandiser to work closely with the Senior Merchandiser and eCommerce Manager to ensure that all products are available across all stores for the consultancy’s brand partners and optimised appropriately on the eCommerce site according to insights. You’ll utilise your keen attention to detail, gathering accurate product information and images, including pricing, and uploading all content to the site. You’ll then need to regularly review stock rotation in-store and ensure all products are consistently displayed online as they should be. You’ll analyse weekly sales, identifying key trends and opportunities along the way, ensuring that all reports for both the store and eCommerce site are accurately recorded on spreadsheets and shared in a timely and efficient manner. It’ll be up to you to create and maintain the season launch calendar to ensure all deadlines are met too, as well as keeping on top of regular store replenishment, which will mean analysing sales to determine the sell through rate and identifying products to restock accordingly. What experience you’ll need An analytical eye to gather accurate product data and information. Highly numerate with the ability to analyse information and understand customer trends. Confident with spreadsheet management (training will be provided). Involvement in the content management/merchandising for an eCommerce brand. Proven experience working with a large scale product catalogue. Strong attention to detail and an ability to manage multiple project streams simultaneously. Process driven and dedicated to managing tasks end to end. Exposure to digital or eCommerce setting. What you’ll get in return for your talents Salary will range between £25-30k, entirely dependent on experience and maybe a little more for the right person. The team’s business plan and way of working with their partners is very unique, so it’s an excellent environment to develop and grow your skillset. What’s next? If this sounds like you, please get in touch with Hannah today to find out more.
  • 18th Oct

    Software Engineer

    — Remote working, learn Clojure

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£50K
    Leading analytics provider for sports using an AI driven platform. Work with React, PostgreSQL and learn Clojure + ClojureScript Company revenue set to triple this year. A start-up whose revenue has doubled year on year are flying in their industry and set to triple this year! Because of this success they are looking to build out a HQ in Bath with teams of Engineers, Data Scientists, Computer Vision Developers and more. This is a great opportunity to join a growing team with stock options and other really great benefits including a nice work/life balance. What experience you’ll need Either really good SQL and Postgres knowledge OR good Clojure skills OR JavaScript/TypeScript experience with React will give you a great advantage, though they will consider experience with other technologies. You will be motivated to learn other languages and develop yourself. Agile experience is a bonus. An interest in emerging languages and progressive tech. You’ll enjoy working with other people and be a team player. Ability to work remotely. Understand the importance of developing clean code. What you’ll be doing You will be joining a growing team of 3 developers in Bath + a remote CTO (with 5 other developers in another country). You will focus on developing their web-based analytics platform, built on a database of hundreds of millions of events captured from sports around the world. The platform provides tools and visualisations to explore various data, so you’ll need to be focussing on developing attractive and usable UI’s with great detail to ensure the product remains a leader in the industry. You’ll be using Clojure/ClojureScript regularly, so you’ll be training yourself up in this to begin with unless you already have experience, alongside this you’ll be using React for the front-end and PostgreSQL for open source database management. It is important that you work to deadlines, collaborate with the team when you need to and also keep yourself up to date on market trends and emerging technologies, you are encouraged to suggest new tech and bring your own ideas! What you’ll get in return for your talents The salary on offer is anywhere between £30K and £50K depending on your experience, alongside this you will have stock options, flexible/remote working opportunities, 25 days holiday, brand new office with the chance to work on some amazing technology in a company that just keeps getting better! What’s next? If you would like to find out more about this role or apply then please get in touch with George – George@adlib-recruitment.co.uk; 01179269530
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