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  • 28th Oct

    UX Designer

    — Top Bristol UX Team

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Upto £60k
    Join an impressive FTSE 100 brand with ambitious growth plans. Join a maturing design culture that's agile and user centred. Receive a competitive salary and great company benefits.  We’re looking for a UX Designer to join a Bristol based FTSE 100 brand. It's an exciting time to join the business as they continue to invest in user experience in-house.  What you’ll be doing As a UX Designer you’ll join a multidisciplinary product team and work closely with product, design, research and technical specialists. You'll be working on products and services that help people invest and save with ease; digging deep into the behaviours that drive people to do so.  As an expert in design thinking you'll help facilitate design workshops with key stakeholders across the business. Collaborating with researchers you'll use qual and wuant insight to inform designs and test new and improved features with users.  Joining a maturing UX culture means being a real advocate for user centred design and agile product design practices, you’ll be a great communicator and used to working with stakeholders from a variety of backgrounds. The business has taken a user centred approach to design for some years, but the design culture continues to grow and mature along with their products. What experience you’ll need to apply Previous experience within a UX Design role. User centred in your approach; obsessed with data and user feedback. Have experience of working within cross functional product teams. Experience of working to Agile design principles.  Confident facilitating design workshops. Able to produce wireframes and prototypes collaborating with developers and visual designers on delivery. Any experience within financial services attractive.  What you’ll get in return for your experience A competitive base salary of up to £60K (dependent on experience) plus a great benefits package including company bonus.   
  • 27th Oct

    Senior Marketing Executive (direct marketing)

    — Lovely Consumer Brand

    Location:
    Somerset
    Type:
    Salary:
    c/ £30k
    This role will have an emphasis on direct and traditional marketing in oppose to digital. The office in Somerset, approx. 30 mins drive from Bath. Due to the remote office location we can only consider candidates with their own transport.  It will be a varied and busy working within a friendly team.  A fantastic, brand new opportunity became available to join an established and growing business based in Somerset. The successful candidate will report into Marketing Manager and will work within a team of six. What you’ll be doing The successful candidate for this role will be ultimately responsible for driving new acquisition to the business through a range of traditional marketing channels. For example, using cold list mailing campaign to develop a prospect list. Another part of the role will be to work with a media agency to develop a media insert schedule for target customers. In addition, you’ll work on developing media and brand partnerships, similarly, to maximise new leads generation. Last but not least, you’ll be in charge of analysis all of the above, making sure that campaigns are optimised and the budget is adjusted accordingly.  What experience you’ll need to apply Previous direct marketing experience ideally within a b2c space. Superb analytical skills. Solid understanding of lead generation and customer acquisition journey.  Ability to work efficiently with colleagues and suppliers.  What you’ll get in return for your experience A starting salary of c/ £30k + benefits. Also an opportunity to start with “blank canvas” and really be able to make your mark within the field in subject.  What next? Please get in touch with Ania for more info. Please note in a light of current circumstances with Covid 19, depending on how the situation evolves, this recruitment process may take place entire via digital meetings. Moreover, it’s also possible that the successful candidate may join the organisation and start working from home for a necessary duration of time. 
  • 27th Oct

    Web Developer (CMS)

    — First development hire!

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £50K
    Remote with occasional trip to the Bristol office. Rewarding project base serving into the NHS.  Brand-new team, first in-house developer.  I’m helping an established Healthcare business in Bristol to find a Web Developer as they look to bring their development in-house. The business provides a variety of disability aids, working closely with the NHS meaning they’ve been incredibly busy throughout 2020. This will be their first internal dev hire, offering lots of autonomy and growth, reporting into the Marketing Director.  What skills you’ll need Understanding of content management systems, happy with either WordPress, Umbraco, Sitecore, Shopify or similar.  Skilled in HTML, CSS, JavaScript.  Knowledge of creating traffic to website using Node/Express or similar.  Any knowledge of PHP, Vue and SQL would be desirable. Eye for UI/UX with ability to create responsive/adaptive web designs.  Cross-browser and cross-device experience.  What you’ll be doing As the first in-house developer you will be given sole responsibility for creating multiple brand and eCommerce-based websites from scratch. You’ll own the front and back-ends, taking control of UI/UX as well as adding new features and functionalities in line with the visions of the product team that you’ll be connected to. This role sits in their marketing team and upholding brand standards is important; there is a lot of variety which includes managing websites for the business and its subsidiaries. On top of this you’ll be working closely with internal stakeholders in an Agile manner, involving yourself in planning sessions and constantly looking to improve site performance, ensuring all work is tested to maintain quality throughout.  What you’ll get in return for your experience This role is fully remote with the occasional trip to the Bristol office. They offer flexible working hours, an auto-enrolment pension scheme, 26 days holiday (+ bank hols), ongoing training to upskill yourself, as well as a very collaborative culture with new ideas and tech constantly being integrated. Being in the healthcare space there is also a rewarding aspect to this role, knowing that the work you put in could make a genuine difference to the lives of UK citizens everywhere.  What's next? Sound like the role for you? Send your profile to Joe or give us a call to find out more!
  • 27th Oct

    Senior Account Manager - Digital Agency

    — Fantastic opportunity to join a growing agency

    Location:
    Gloucestershire
    Type:
    Salary:
    £27k - £35k
    Beautiful rural location in Gloucester. Iconic consumer brand to work with. Competitive salary of £27-£35k plus generous benefit package. If you’re an experienced Senior Account Manager with a solid agency background and heaps of eCRM and digital CRM knowledge, then this leading creative, direct marketing agency may be just the place for you. What you’ll be doing Joining this well-established team, you’ll hit the ground running nurturing client relationships and managing large scale eCRM / email marketing and creative design campaigns from ideas and briefing to delivery and post campaign analysis. Working with big a big name consumer brand, alongside internal creative and technical teams, you’ll ensure campaigns are delivered on time and on budget. You’ll no doubt bring value to this process from day one, building on your refined relationship management talents and taking pride in delivering an exceptional level of service. What experience you’ll need You’ll be an experienced account handler having grown through the ranks within marketing / direct marketing / CRM agencies. You will be an accomplished Senior Account Manager, searching for an agency where you’ll be able to progress long term.  Strong knowledge of email marketing and how email contributes to the wider CRM mix would be great to see.  Client liaison will be second nature to you; you’ll be confident digesting briefs, presenting work across creative and data. Contribute towards new business by highlighting and putting into place plans to activate opportunities with both existing and new clients. It goes without saying that you'll have excellent organisational skills when it comes to maintaining and managing paperwork for the account (cost estimates, project plans etc.). What you can expect in return for your talents In return you can expect a salary in line with your experience, £27-£35k. You’ll join a talented and ambitious team and will no doubt make a real impact to the continued success and growth of this well-known brand. What’s next? Please get in touch with Theo at ADLIB to discuss further.
  • 27th Oct

    Data Engineer

    — Technology Firm

    Location:
    Bristol/Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £55k
    Join one of Bristol's leading technology firms.  Renowned engineering culture. Great package, remote working, flexi-time. This client is building a new team as they continue to progress their technological capabilities. They are a data-driven organisation, it guides their strategic decision-making and service/product development. As a result, they need a Data Engineer to support the integration of various systems. What you'll be doing As the Data Engineer, you will support the integration of client source systems using streaming technologies. This role requires a range of data engineering activities including; prototyping, ETL pipelines, real-time streaming and more.  What experience you'll need to apply Minimum of 1 years' experience in data or software engineering Solid ETL pipelining experience Scala/Java/Python development experience Experience with Airflow/Dataflow/Kinesis/Kafka etc. What you'll get in return for your experience A base salary of up to £55,000 with excellent bonuses and benefits package including remote working. The expectation is 1 -day p/week in the office post-covid measures.  What's next? Please get in touch with Scott with an up to date CV today. Don't hesitate to email/call to discuss the job in further detail.
  • 27th Oct

    Front-End/Angular Developer

    — Top 30 Start-Up, Remote

    Location:
    Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£60K
    Angular (v9-10), UI development. Remote friendly role, exciting app, music industry. Top 30 most innovative start-ups and winner of sustainability awards. We’re helping a really cool start-up who are building an app that helps people to learn and fine tune their singing! Following their pre-seed early this year, they’ve built an MVP and are looking to hire a Front-End Engineer to own the front-end of their app. This year they were featured in the Top 30 most innovative start-ups and won an award for Sustainable Innovation, which has left them in a healthy position to start building out app functionality with various complexities which utilises Google’s AI tech. This is a fantastic opportunity to act as a lead member in driving their product forwards. What skills you’ll be needing Angular (v9-10). HTML5, CSS3. Strong UI development skills. GIT workflows. Automated UI testing. Unit testing of services. Good eye for design and understanding of UX design principles. Bonus points for any of the following TypeScript. Building APIs. Database design & management. Cloud experience. Microservice architecture. Experience with Material Design. Experience with PWAs. Use of Google Cloud and/or Firebase. Experience with mobile apps. What you’ll be doing Looking after the front-end development side they’ll be looking for you to come in and own the UI element of this incredibly exciting product.  They’re looking to add extra complexities and features to the app including Google AI tech, a social network, an innovative analytics function and much more.  Having built an MVP and being awarded significant funding in double-quick time, they’re looking to take the product to market within 6 months and you’ll play a key role.  With a couple of developers onboard and a UI designer on the way, this is a great time to come in and instil good development practice, supporting UI testing and write great code for some really creative projects. What you’ll get in return for your talents The business is very remote friendly, they’re happy for you to be majority home-based with the odd trip to the studio when required. There are ambitious plans to grow the team so you can expect this role to evolve into more of a Tech Lead position as the business / product progresses, and they’re constantly looking for new and emerging tech to integrate into their stack so you can be sure you’ll working progressively here. They offer a competitive salary (£40-60K), healthy pension, potential equity options and a lot of support with training and development if you’re looking to upskill in certain areas. Friendly team, welcoming culture, really unique product, what’s not to love! What’s next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV to Mike for more info.
  • 27th Oct

    Senior Business Analyst

    — Digital green-field projects

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £75,000
    Super exciting digital, green-field web re-platforming Well established Property company Offices in The City (remote for now) A super exciting opportunity to join a well-established property company that is currently right at the start of a digital/ web re-platforming project. The client is looking for a Senior Business Analyst, who is able to view the big picture of the re-platforming but have a super analytical approach to gathering business requirements. You will chair/ lead meetings with stakeholders and drive the project through the early stages and beyond. This is a fast-paced, agile business that works in two-week sprints. You will be one of the early members on this project so an ability to get under the skin of the business and understand each team's requirements into rigorous user stories.  What you'll need: Experience working in small, agile teams, taking ownership and leading the way Strong experience working with a range of technical and non-technical people across the business An ability to be able to gather technical requirements and translate into rigorous user stories Extensive experience working to agile methodologies Confidence to be able to stress test stakeholders when gathering requirements Incredible detailed with gathering requirements, model business processes, and translate complex business logic into features and user stories Experience of computational logic, data structures and system architecture Ability to clearly document complex processes and concepts and communicate these ideas effectively to the delivery team Experience managing product backlogs and roadmaps in collaboration with scrum masters and product owners Experience working collaboratively in cross-functional teams – thinking holistically and constructively challenging requirements to improve the overall quality of the solution while remaining pragmatic Experience working closely with QAs in the review of test scripts and automated testing flows Skilled at writing user stories to create well-structured Epics, for both front-end, back-end and API development, and acceptance criteria in Gherkin syntax Very strong attention to detail, documentation and communication skills Demonstrable ability to deliver work under time pressure and prioritise workload, as well as A logical thinker who enjoys finding clean solutions for problems What you'll be doing:  You will work closely with the Project Manager and Head of Digital Projects to gather rigorous requirements and translate into comprehensive User Stories. You will have extensive experience working as an agile business analyst, working closely with product owners, project managers, and scrum masters, UX/ UI specialists, front end and back end developers, and QA’s. You will have a good mix of technical skills, an appreciation for good experience design, and the ability to translate business requirements into feature stories for developers and QAs across the application (UI, API, and database).  What you will get in return:  A very competitive salary Associate Director level benefits, including discretionary bonus, company pension plan, health care etc  
  • 27th Oct

    Back-End Engineer

    — Start-up with lots of autonomy - first dev hire!

    Location:
    Remote (occasional trip to office)
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £60K
    Remote friendly role, tech agnostic, own the back-end.  Brand-new, unique app utilising Google AI tools.  South West top 30 most innovative start-ups with lots of investment.   We’re helping a really cool start-up who are building an app that helps people to learn and fine tune their singing! Following their pre-seed early this year, they’ve built an MVP and are looking to hire a Back-End Engineer to own the server-side of their app. This year they were featured in the South West’s Top 30 most innovative start-ups and won an award for Sustainable Innovation, which has left them in a healthy position to start building out app functionality with various complexities which utilises Google’s AI tech. This is a fantastic opportunity to act as a lead member in driving their product forwards.  What experience you’ll need Significant server-side knowledge, preferably TypeScript but open to things like PHP, Python, NodeJS.  Microservice architecture and extensive API build experience.  Skilled in unit and functional testing, able to take a TDD approach.  Cloud-native experience with knowledge of Google Cloud or Firebase. Serverless functions a plus.  CI/CD and containerisation (Docker).  Any AI knowledge is advantageous, particularly with Google tech (Tensorflow, Magenta etc.). What you’ll be doing As the sole back-end engineer, you’ll be given a lot autonomy and control over technical direction as the business looks to build out the premium functionality of their app before going to market. They plan to use Google’s analytics and machine learning tech to add various complexities which includes a new function that offers analytics into user’s pitch, rhythm and sound. They’re also looking at growing a social network on the app where users can communicate with each other, as well as giving users a chance to upload their own audio later down the line for more enhanced views into where they can improve things. The back-end is still reasonably immature, they’d love to be using TypeScript but are comfortable giving you the reign on back-end tech decisions moving forward (so long as it aligns with product vision!). There are so many plans in the pipeline and you’d be at the forefront of building it all.  What you’ll get in return for your talents The business are very remote friendly, they’re happy for you to be majority home-based with the odd trip to the studio when required. There are ambitious plans to grow the team so you can expect this role to evolve into more of a Tech Lead position as the business / product progresses, and they’re constantly looking for new and emerging tech to integrate into their stack so you can be sure you’ll working progressively here. They offer a healthy pension, potential equity options and a lot of support with training and development if you’re looking to upskill in certain areas. Friendly team, welcoming culture, really unique product, what’s not to love!  What’s next? Interested? Contact Joe or send in your CV to find out more. 
  • 27th Oct

    PR & Communications Executive

    — Flexible/Home Working Options

    Location:
    Chippenham (Flexible Working)
    Type:
    Salary:
    £21k-£25k
    Join a Large Marketing Team.  Great Offices in Chippenham.  Varied Proactive PR & Communications Role.  Here is a great opportunity to join a large B2B business in Chippenham as their new PR & Communications Executive.  Joining the marketing team and reporting in to the Group Communications Manager, you will work proactively to develop interesting stories within the organisation and push these out through a number of relevant channels. This role will suit someone who has an ability to take complex information, understand it, and turn this in to an interesting and creative story.   What you’ll be doing  The focus of this role will be to deliver reputational stories and articles for use across all channels.  This can take many forms including press releases, news stories, articles, thought leadership pieces, award entries, social media post, and blogs and case studies.  There will be a fair bit of content generation involved, and you will be expected to develop newsworthy stories from across the different business units that enhance the business’s reputation.   You will need to demonstrate excellent research skills.  This isn’t a role where you just push out articlesand hope it gets traction, you will be expected to ensure the content gains readership and you will evaluate and report on performance based on key measures.   This is a B2B environment but you could come from either a B2C or a B2B background, what is important is that you have worked for a commercial business, where you can showcase the value that PR and external communication brings.  What experience you’ll need to apply Previous experience within a designated Press/PR/Comms role Have worked with agency side or in house Ability to sometimes understand and digest complex information Exceptional copywriter with an exceptional attention to detail What you’ll get in return for your talents There is a competitive salary on offer (circa £25k), good benefits, a great working environment, and a highly varied role.  What next If you’ve worked within a specialist PR role before and are keen on this, then click here to apply now!  
  • 27th Oct

    Senior Account Manger

    — Chance to work with a well known brand!

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £27K - £34K
    Central location in Bristol Iconic brand to work with. Competitive salary of £27-£34k If you’re an experienced Senior Account Manager in Bristol with a solid agency background and heaps of eCRM and digital CRM knowledge, then this leading creative, direct marketing agency may be just the place for you. What you’ll be doing Joining this well-established team, you’ll hit the ground running nurturing client relationships and managing large scale eCRM / email marketing and creative design campaigns from ideas and briefing to delivery and post campaign analysis. Working with big a big name consumer brand, alongside internal creative and technical teams, you’ll ensure campaigns are delivered on time and on budget. You’ll no doubt bring value to this process from day one, building on your refined relationship management talents and taking pride in delivering an exceptional level of service. What experience you’ll need You’ll be an experienced account handler having grown through the ranks within marketing / direct marketing / CRM agencies. You will be an accomplished Senior Account Manager, searching for an agency where you’ll be able to progress long term.  Strong knowledge of email marketing and how email contributes to the wider CRM mix would be great to see.  Client liaison will be second nature to you; you’ll be confident digesting briefs, presenting work across creative and data. Contribute towards new business by highlighting and putting into place plans to activate opportunities with both existing and new clients. It goes without saying that you'll have excellent organisational skills when it comes to maintaining and managing paperwork for the account (cost estimates, project plans etc.). What you can expect in return for your talents In return you can expect a salary in line with your experience, £27-£34k. You’ll join a talented and ambitious team and will no doubt make a real impact to the continued success and growth of this well-known brand. What’s next? Please get in touch with Theo at ADLIB to discuss further.
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