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  • 7th Sep

    AWS DevOps Engineer

    — Remote working with idyllic Cotswold office

    Location:
    Cirencester/Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £70K
    Digital first business supporting animal bioscience. Government backing and a global leader in their field.  Flexible/Remote working and an office based in the stunning Cotswolds. I’m supporting a digital-first business in a search for an experienced DevOps Engineer to be based at their amazing office in the idyllic Cotswolds (with remote options, don’t worry!). The company are a small but growing animal bioscience specialist, leaders in their field with a global product reach that spreads across America, Europe & Australasia. Their patented technology positions them with a huge offering with Government backing, which brings a need for new hires to play an integral part in creating & enhancing their digital products.  What skills you’ll need Experience with AWS and its associated tech (EC2, S3, RDS, EFS, Route53, Lambda)  Knowledge of IaC, ability to use Terraform for automating cloud builds.  Ability to build & manage Puppet workflows & modules.  Ability to read & write code to a proficient level, flexible on language. Linux administration & application deployment skills.  Ability to design, build & manage CI/CD pipelines.  Containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes).  System monitoring, log management, dashboard tools (Newrelic, Splunk, CloudWatch etc.).  What you’ll be doing This role sits in a small team with lots of internal liaison and closely connected to the development team. You’ll be creating full Infrastructure-as-Code from the ground up using Terraform, owning the automation of application build & deployment as well as looking after Linux administration. You’ll offer expertise in designing, building and managing CI/CD, acting as an advocate for DevOps best practice and supporting the business in integrating new & emerging technology to ensure the business remains progressive as they look to enhance their product offering. You’ll automate AWS stack builds, manage Puppet modules as well as supporting developers with debugging any issues with build, deployment or connectivity.  What you’ll get in return for your talents As outlined above this is a crucial role to the company, so if you work hard and progress alongside the business, you will be heavily rewarded. The salary is flexible on experience and you will be entitled to 25 days holiday (which can increase), flexi-time/remote work, a healthy pension, on-site parking and the chance to upskill/train/attend conferences working with modern tech across a very diverse product base. What’s next? Like the sound of this one?  Share your CV with Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 4th Sep

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Green Energy, Amazing Product

    Location:
    Gloucester
    Type:
    Salary:
    £38K - £50K
    First of its kind green energy project in the UK. Flexible & remote working / interviews. R&D time with scope to pick up new & emerging tech.  Full-Stack Developer needed for a unique energy company in Gloucester. They are developing first-of-its-kind energy storage systems in the UK and are looking for a developer who can play a leading role in how their applications are built. The company have already taken the equivalent of c200,000 cars off the road through their innovative storage solutions and with over £100 million in funding they're looking to invest heavily in new power stations over the next couple of years to be the clear market leaders in this exciting industry. What skills you'll need Proven background in Python development using Django. Significant knowledge of JavaScript and at least one modern library. Understanding of database design and cloud technology (preferably AWS). Experience with responsive websites and API development.  Background in engineering or physical sciences would be preferred though not essential. An interest/passion renewable energy and sustainable technology. What you'll be doing  Working in a small agile team your role will be broad and varied. You’ll play a key part in ensuring the quality of products through code reviewing and regular training. The core part of the role will be spent developing real-time energy monitoring applications from inception through build to operation and working on their innovative energy trading platform. They’ll also involve you in gathering and analysing project and customer requirements alongside the project management and engineering team. They need someone who can bridge the gap between their real-time back-end system and the web user interface, with good scope to integrate new & emerging tech into their wider stack.  What you'll get in return for your experience You will be joining at an exciting time in the company’s journey as they look to build on their strong market position and expand into new areas. They offer competitive salaries based on skills and expertise with an excellent benefits package that includes; annual bonus, flexible working hours, 2 days a week remote working (full-time during coronavirus!), a stimulating working environment and the knowledge that your code is contributing towards a greener planet. What’s next? Send in your CV to Ellen or give us a call to find out more.
  • 4th Sep

    Learning Designer

    — Progressive Educational Team

    Location:
    Gloucester (Remote)
    Type:
    Salary:
    Upto £30k
    Be part of an exciting new L&D project. Join a team changing lives across the UK. Initial fixed term contract but with long term prospects. We’re looking for a Learning Designer to join one of our clients in Cheltenham. The role will be remote with great flexibility options long term but a driver’s license and the ability to travel on occasion will be required. What you’ll be doing This role is to join an organisation that is responsible for positively changing people’s lives up and down the country. The team’s purpose is to help those with special needs and disabilities secure the right education and care. As a Learning Designer you will join the L&D (learning and development) team and support on the implementation of a new digital learning platform as well as the creation of learning content for a wide variety of courses. Reporting into the head of L&D you will work alongside a Moodle administrator and focus on internal learning programmes for staff across the business. Moodle is the learning platform of choice, but previous experience isn’t required; more important is a passion for storytelling and a desire to make the complex, simple. The courses you’ll be creating will vary greatly. To create content you’ll be supported with access to articulate 360 but longer term they would love to find someone that has a desire to create their own assets and materials; this could include graphic design elements, video content, photography and scripts. What you’ll need to be considered A background in the creative industries or learning and development (be that learning design, instructional design, or other learning content creation). A confident writer, able to generate copy for learning programs, intro’s, descriptions, instructions and assessments. An eye for design and creativity, with the ability to storyboard and conceptualise learning materials. Experience with Moodle highly desirable but not essential. Good stakeholder management experience, comfortable taking feedback and engaging with staff to get the most from the platform. Organised and capable of managing large volumes of content. Able to work remotely but with access to a car and the ability to travel to client sites on occasion. Passionate about digital learning and making a difference to peoples lives. What’s next Please apply with an up to date CV to be considered. This is initially a 12 month fixed term contract if you’re looking for permanent please do apply too and we can explain the context / future opportunities there.
  • 2nd Sep

    SQL DBA

    — Tech Start-up

    Location:
    Cheltenham
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £50k
    Join an international Tech start-up.  On-prem and Cloud database management. Opportunities to grow and lead the Data Team. An experienced SQL DBA is required to join a growing Tech start-up due to market expansion and the growth of its Data Team. What you'll be doing You will manage SQL Server databases, automate processes and perform upgrades to the system. You will also support developers with query tuning and schemas where required.  They are migrating their on-prem assets to the cloud so this incoming hire will help manage and migrate the estate.  What you'll need to apply Proven experience as a DBA (3 years' experience plus preferred)  Well-versed with SQL scripting Experience with AWS preferred, other Cloud experience beneficial  Experience with Linux systems  What you'll get in return for your experience A base salary of up to £50k DOE plus benefits including equity options. The position is fully remote for now but you will be expected to be in the office 2-3 days p/week in the future. What's next Please get in touch with Scott with an up-to-date CV today. 
  • 2nd Sep

    Studio Manager/ Production Manager

    — Fast Growing Agency

    Location:
    Cheltenham + remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £27k
    Brand new Studio Manager / Production Manager role to the agency Lovely creatively led marketing agency Opportunity to put your stamp on processes and ways of working! Were looking for a talented Studio Manager/ Production Manager to join an agency in Cheltenham. With an award winning team, impressive portfolio of work and clients, ambitious growth plans there is no better time to join… What youll be doing Youll manage the agencys fast paced studio, ensuring digital and print based materials are produced on time and to the highest quality. Reporting to the Operations Director, you'll be working closley with the creative teams, managing their schedules and workflow, getting stuck in with taking briefs and managing production timelines. Youll act as the lynch pin between the creative studio and the wider agency and youll be absolutely crucial to managing the resource going through the studio, knowing what is being worked on, by who and when. Youll need to be extremely adaptable when it comes to managing the ever changing demands of a busy agency! What experience youll need  You will be an experienced Studio Manager, Production Manager or Traffic Manager at the moment. Ideally your experience will had been gained in an agency Highly organised, confident and hands on. Ability to juggle multiple projects at one time. Dynamic and personable. Keen attention to detail. Youll thrive working under pressure and to deadlines. Adaptable and happy to roll sleeves up in the hard time and keep a cool head under pressure. If you have experience in HubSpot and Monday that would be desirable.   What youll get in return for your talents In return for your experience youll join an agency with a great and sensible working culture. The businesses is young, successful and have ambitious plans to grow and widen services, increase headcount and really take their specialist market by storm! Youll receive a salary up to £27k and the opportunity to work remotely twice per week.  What next? They're extremely busy and are looking to move quickly and interview in the next two weeks, if this role looks of interest get in touch with Fran at ADLIB today.
  • 1st Sep

    Web Developer

    — Multi-project environment with lots of variety

    Location:
    Cheltenham
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K - £40K
    Fully remote role for now with a growing digital agency. Progressive technology stack. Very diverse client base, multiple blue-chip clients. A progressive digital agency based in Cheltenham with a great atmosphere and a strong blue-chip client base are looking for a Web Developer to join their team. With a bunch of exciting projects due to kick off imminently across a variety of areas, they're fully equipped to continue delivering projects from home and are happy interviewing/onboarding remotely.  What experience you’ll need  Proven full-stack web development expertise with good knowledge of Laravel.  Capable with HTML, CSS (Sass) & JavaScript. An eye for UI and flair for usability. Awareness of various templating tools (such as Twig). Experience with a bespoke back-end management system; preferably Craft but open to others.  Knowledge of continuous deployment (Deploybot/DeployHQ) would be beneficial.  Keen attention to detail and an ability to provide a detailed understanding of client needs.  What you’ll be doing Sitting in the digital team (5 people) you'll be covering a variety of different projects, you could be working on multiple things concurrently so adaptability is key. A lot of the project base is focused on web application builds; you'll be working very closely with the design team to ensure visions are aligned and must be comfortable suggesting new ideas & different approaches where you see fit. It’s expected that you’ll be able to have complex technical discussions on both front-end & back-end technologies, with an ability to structure your work and write clean/reusable code that can be re-deployed by other members of the team. The average project lifecycle tends to be 10-12 weeks so there is a lot of variety and a lot of scope to pick up new & emerging tech.  What you’ll get in return for your experience  Fully remote for now, but hopefully early next year you’ll be based in the centre of Cheltenham working in a hard-working and talented team whilst being in a relaxed and friendly environment. You’ll be given pension, health cover and 25 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? If you think this could be the right role for you, please get in touch with Tareek on 01179 269 530.
  • 24th Aug

    Node Developer

    — Innovative, progressive, seriously talented

    Location:
    Gloucester
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£55K
    Opportunity to work collaboratively with some seriously talented Node developers. Quality driven with innovative thinking, amazing clients and strong R&D. Fully remote for now, 2 days onsite in Glos and 3 remote once things calm. Top digital product specialists are looking to take on a talented Node.js Developer to add to their 18 strong development team.  This is a rare and very exciting opportunity to work for one of the South-West’s best and most innovative digital development businesses. They need someone to work onsite with a client (2 days per week) in Gloucester as part of a small project team in addition to a few days remote working. What skills you'll be needing Extensive software engineering experience in Node. Experience in Git. Experience of testing frameworks (Jest). Understanding of Service Oriented Architectures, integration patterns and RESTful web services. Experience of API integration. Experience of supporting and extending systems and code developed by teams other than your own. Experience creating high volume, complex applications using Internet technologies. Experience of working in a fast-paced commercial environment where products have to be delivered to fixed timescales. Experience working with operations teams to troubleshoot problems throughout the lifetime of an application. What you'll be doing You’ll be helping this ambitious innovator to deliver outstanding web and mobile apps within multi-disciplinary teams. You will encourage and drive best practise Test/BDD principles along with best practice software engineering standards. You'll be taking a lead role in the design and build of all backend components and working to best practice when it comes to software engineering. They will look to you to help them create amazing, complex and mission critical digital products for some of the world's most recognisable brands.  Although not in a formal capacity, it would be great if you could share your knowledge and experience with junior developers. A key part of the role will be to take ownership of solutions, liaising with clients to simplify complex problems and processes and the creative thinking to turn ideas into reality. What you'll get in return for your talents This role is working for one of the most progressive technical businesses in the South West and you’ll be able to learn cutting edge tech with the freedom and autonomy to introduce the business to any you’ve evaluated yourself.  With a large development team, you’ll feed off the buzz of creativity and innovation here. They’re relatively flexible on level of experience from midweight to lead as long as you have an ingrained passion for technology that extends to open source contribution, reading blogs, personal projects etc and some great examples to show them. Generous salary up to £55K DOE and holidays, gym membership, pension, electric car scheme, conferences/course access, regular socials and more await. What's next Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV for more info to Tareek asap. 
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