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  • 14th May

    Lead Ruby Engineer

    — Innovative insurtech business

    Location:
    London - Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £90000 - £100000
    Fantastic salary and benefits including life assurance, private medical insurance, numerous discount vouchers, gym membership, personal skill budget and generous holiday allowances, flexible and remote working options.  Continuous learning and development plans for all staff.  Constantly evolving products and highly collaborative team.  A highly inclusive and supportive company leading the way in the insuretech sector. My client is on a mission to create the best experience for business owners when it comes to buying insurance. My client pride themselves on their pioneering software platform and making things simple and easy to use.  What you’ll be doing As Lead Software Engineer, you will be developing customer focused products and working very closely with the cross functional teams. You will be a hands on developer whilst leading a small team of developers and identifying areas of improvement and highlight any additional mentoring that may be needed.  What skills you’ll be needing Previous experience leading a small team of developers.  Strong programming skills in an OOP language – Python, Java, Ruby.  Strong communication skills both written and verbal.  Ability to liaise with stakeholders of all levels.  Encouraging and positive leader.  Passionate about technology and development.  What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as a fantastic salary, you will be entitled to generous holiday with option to buy more (up to 5 days). Life assurance, health cash plan, private medical insurance, full gym membership, shopping vouchers, dental insurance travel insurance, discounts on melas out, cycle to work scheme, summer parties, weekends away, outside of work skills budget, social activities and events.  What’s next? If you like the sound of this role, please apply or send your CV directly to amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk  
  • 14th May

    Front-End Developer (Angular)

    — Visit live sporting events to see your work come to life!

    Location:
    Malvern
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K - £40K
    Broadcast/Graphics specialist into live sports & entertainment. Employee-owned business with international trips to live sporting events.  Big focus on R&D with new & emerging tech constantly being integrated.  I’m helping a creative software media company to find a Front-End Engineer to join their Malvern-based team. The business specialise in providing broadcast graphics solutions to televised sports and live entertainment events, with their work being seen by viewers and fans across the globe. They work with a prestigious client base of TV productions which includes The Ryder Cup, Euroleague Basketball and more.  What experience you’ll need Proven front-end capability, skilled in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.  Experience with Angular (v2-11) and TypeScript, or a willingness to learn them. Knowledge of data-driven applications, HTTP API route integrations.  Real-time web application development experience would be preferred.  Understanding of MS SQL, NoSQL and/or MongoDB.  Awareness of UI/UX design principles.  Any knowledge of server-side development, preferably NodeJS, would be beneficial.  What you’ll be doing The digital team is made up of five Developers and a Designer which you’ll embed into. Your focus will vary between production and R&D applications, developing real-time web apps with a focus on front-end and UI, occasionally delving into the server-side when interacting with hardware elements of their service offering. They have a variety of systems using different tech; some are on earlier versions of Angular whereas some are using the latest release. Most apps are data-driven and involve working on websockets/socket.io/signalR so you’ll need to be comfortable with this. You’ll have the chance to see the work you produce come to life as it will be used in live TV productions across the world. You’ll even have the chance to travel to these live sporting events internationally so you can see your creations working in person!  What you’ll get in return for your talents As an employee-owned business, you know your personal progression is in their best interest and R&D is engrained into everything they do (believe me, I work for one!). They take their employees on international trips to the live sporting events they’ve helped put together with optional opportunity for extended stays post-events. You get a laptop/phone for travelling, private healthcare, travel insurance, healthy pension scheme, life assurance, flexi-time and 22 days hol + bank hols which increases with years of service. They’re mainly office-based due to the on-site support of clients and interaction with hardware, but are happy for you to work from home 2-3 days a week when you’re not needed in. A really unique opportunity here!  What’s next? Sound like your role? Drop Joe @ ADLIB a message to find out more!
  • 13th May

    Senior iOS Developer

    — Swift 5 and iOS frameworks

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £60,000
    Scale-up eCommerce tech company  Collaborative environment with cool laid-back offices Forward-thinking eCommerce business with global reach  An exciting opportunity to join a scaling company that is one of the fastest-growing eCommerce businesses in the UK. They have huge plans for the next few years and are looking for a Senior iOS developer to join the iOS development team. With a fun, relaxed start-up style environment, this is perfect for someone personable who enjoys working closely with a team, has a passion for the latest technology and thrives off a fun, sociable environment.  What you’ll be doing  You will report into the iOS Lead, working closely with other iOS developers, responsible for developing and maintaining a bespoke, transactional iOS app. You will be tasked with solving some complex technical problems whilst considering UX, performance, quality, and security. You will work closely with other areas of the business and will bring new and fresh ideas to the table, always staying up to date with the most exciting technology. You will be a senior member of the team and will enjoy supporting more junior team members.  What experience you’ll need to apply 3+ years experience developing iOS apps Proficient with Swift 5 and iOS frameworks Good knowledge of Apple’s HIG, design patterns, coding and naming guidelines Good understanding of GIT, JIRA and CocoaPods for dependency management Experience with MVVM or MVVM-C Software Architectures Experience with Magento desirable  Experience working in an Agile/Scrum environment Takes pride in writing clean and efficient code Always willing to learn new skills and explore emerging technology Constantly up to date with new technology and excited about bringing new ideas to the table What you’ll get in return for your experience   An amazing opportunity to join an exciting scale-up. With excellent holiday allowance, generous discounts, pension, free pats of the office dog, training budgets, hackathons and more.  What's next? Please apply with the latest copy of your CV along with the best number to contact you on. 
  • 13th May

    Senior Engineer / Tech Lead

    — Diverse projects, incredibly talented team

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £70K
    Internationally renowned digital tech specialist.  Be the tech lead on greenfield products with prestigious clients. Client-facing, delivery-focused, majority remote.  A multi-award-winning digital service design consultancy with an incredible client list and reputation are looking for a Senior Engineer/Tech Lead to join their Bristol team. Founded over 15 years ago and with offices in London & Bristol, you’ll own the evaluation and selection of tech required to design, build and deliver outstanding and innovative solutions. A typical day-to-day can include user-centred design, cover surveys, workshops, usability testing, stakeholder interviews, information architecture, research & insight, product strategy, digital strategy, technical consultancy, service design, and front-end development. This role is remote first, though you’ll need to be prepared to go and visit clients if need. In reality this probably won’t be too regularly.  What skills youll be needing Proven full-stack JavaScript experience, background using NodeJS/Express.  Highly capable on the front-end, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, TypeScript, Webpack etc.  At least one modern JS library (React, Vue, Angular etc.) Understanding of cloud services like AWS/GCP/Heroku, with technical architecture design.  Client-facing experience, able to consult clients on technical/project direction and architecture.  Ability to design, build, test & use APIs.  An insatiable hunger to learn new tech and share with the rest of the technical team and wider business. A creative technologist viewpoint, able to work closely with customers using technology to enable change in an agile environment. What youll be doing Whilst this role is front-end focused from a delivery standpoint, they are looking for someone who is comfortable consulting clients on back-end technical decisions and architectural direction, offering expertise with NodeJS/Express to produce high-quality prototypes and technical PoCs, as well as full-stack production web apps. Working within an ideas-driven, creative environment you’ll often play the role as conduit between the tech team and the UX/creatives on what is feasible, often prototyping and testing as you go. You will own the technical quality of projects and help uphold coding standards and best practices alongside the Tech Director. You’ll be able to support others in the team, delegating tasks, championing code reviews and suggesting relevant training. They embrace a range of approaches but tend to work highly Agile, plus adopting DevOps ways of working so you’ll need to have an open mind and a breadth of project delivery experience to draw upon. You’ll effectively where the hats of a full-stack dev, technical consultant and tech lead.  What you'll get in return for your talents This is a fantastic chance to work for a true UK market-leader in a highly motivated and high-achieving team. There’s a competitive salary on offer with a great package including bonus, 25 days hol, cash-back healthcare scheme, a contributory pension plan, a MacBook and other kit as needed, mobile phone and package, training budget, cycle to work scheme, generous leave for family related emergencies and more. They take training and progression of skills very seriously so you can expect to be on their fantastic training programme and get access to courses and events that benefit your role and the business. Beyond the great benefits, the best thing about this business is their people. Company cultures and the freedom to experiment with a wide tech stack like this one aren’t that common; you’ll definitely enjoy this role! What’s next? Sound good? Drop your CV over to Joe to find out more. 
  • 11th May

    .Net Developer

    — Outstanding team culture

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive (Please ask)
    Greenfield solutions with lots of autonomy. Outstanding team culture, progression and development opportunities. Remote friendly! A well-reputed global consultancy in Bristol is looking for a .Net Developer to join them as they look to further grow their in-house development function. This role is part of a wider expansion plan and investment in technology services and would be a great opportunity for anyone who wants to play a key role in how their internal & external applications are developed. What skills you’ll need Commercial C# experience and understanding of the wider MS stack.  API development across web & software apps.  Significant SQL skills, query writing, creating relational databases, table design, stored procedures etc.  Preference for back-end development, working with Microservices, appreciating importance of data. Knowledge of at least one cloud platform, preferably Azure but flexible.  Ability to test your own work.  Appreciation for front-end and UI. Any HTML, CSS, JavaScript knowledge useful.  Experience with Git/TFS source control and Agile.  What you’ll be doing Joining a talented Agile team of 9, you’ll play an integral part in the development of various in-house software applications & databases, some of which are Greenfield. You will support the build of these bespoke apps from the ground up before looking to add new features & functionalities, ensuring that you code in a sustainable way to provide a maintainable development environment as the team grows. Ideally you'll offer a keen eye for process automation and data management as this is a big focus for the team moving forward. Most applications are on MS Azure but any experience using Google would be useful as well. Ideally you’ll be comfortable designing and building relational SQL databases, offering a good understanding of data warehousing.  What you’ll get in return for your talents This business is recognised as one of the best places to work in the UK and are committed to enhancing the firm’s social impact by creating a more inclusive and diverse society. With smart offices including Pool tables and state-of-the-art equipment, you can expect a stimulating work environment working alongside some of the brightest people in their industries. You’ll be rewarded with a competitive salary, remote work when you like (you'll need to be able to get to Bristol at short notice though), flexi-time, discretionary bonus, healthy pension contribution and unmatched career progression with a global leader in its field. An amazing stat about this particular team – they haven’t lost a single employee since forming a few years ago, which only acts as testament to the amazing culture they’ve built. What's next? Like the sound of this one? Drop Joe a message now to find out more!
  • 10th May

    React Developer

    — 3 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + Wiltshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £325 p/day
    React Developer. Up to £325 p/day. Software Company. 3-month initial contract opportunity, for a React Developer to work for a highly successful Souh-West based business. What you'll be doing Working for a nich 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 JavaScript Developer (Expert). React (Advanced). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £325 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.
  • 7th May

    Lead Developer

    — GreenTech, JavaScript

    Location:
    Bath or Fully Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60K-£75K
    Leading full-Stack development, greenfield projects with a positive impact on the earth. Well backed specialist with 45% month on month growth. Real autonomy to innovate with a path to CTO. A very rare opportunity to join a progressive, BCorp pending eCommerce leader who are doing fantastic work in helping to make households more sustainable.  As Lead Developer you’ll be helping to improve their existing digital platform and build an impressive new product to help them continue their incredible growth.  *Can be fully remote (UK only) with paid travel to their Bath based HQ once a month. What skills you’ll be needing HTML5, CSS3. JavaScript. RESTful API integration. Back-end development (Node.js, PHP, Ruby, Go or similar, your choice) Ability to work in highly collaborative team. Passion for sustainability and leaving a positive impact in the world. Any of the following would be amazing: eCommerce experience. Building custom Shopify themes using Liquid. Experience working with Recharge. Vue.js or similar. Tailwind or Tachyons CSS framework. Experience working with apps in the Shopify app ecosystem. What you’ll be doing With a customer base and community already up to 50,000 there’s a fantastic base already established, now is the time for them to invest and develop their product further.  They’re looking for a talented Lead Developer to help them take their digital experience to new heights.  You’ll have a strong mix of front and back-end technologies to call upon and will be responsible for owning the tech stack working closely with their Product Manager.  They’ll be asking you to manage the performance of their website, own the development roadmap and work with their design and development team to deliver on time and within budget.  Furthermore, you will lead on all QA activities and manage relationships with external partners. What you’ll get in return for your talents There’s a fantastic opportunity here to work for a business championing sustainable living who are growing fast.  As Lead Developer you’ll have the opportunity to move into a CTO role pretty quickly as they scale-up and you can make your mark shaping the tech strategy and direction of the business as it continues to flourish.  There’s a competitive salary on offer (£60-70K) plus equity, generous holidays, product discounts, access to courses and more.  Above all you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that your work will have a direct positive impact on the environment. What’s next Sound exciting?  Send in your CV now or call for a chat with Mike ASAP.
  • 7th May

    Elixir Developer

    — 3 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £600 p/day
    Elixir Developer. Up to £600 p/day. Remote Working. 3-month initial contract opportunity, for an Elixir Developer to work for a really cool, Bristol based niche company. What you'll be doing Working for an awesome Client, 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 Functional Programming (Expert). Elixir (Advanced). CI/CD (Desirable). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £600 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.
  • 6th May

    Python Developer

    — 100% Remote, fantastic projects

    Location:
    Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£55K
    Fully remote position, incredible benefits and career development. Progressive tech business with jaw-dropping client work. Fast-growing team within a 100% employee owned business. Due to massive demand, one of the UK’s most respected digital agencies are looking for a Senior Developer to join their large team, working completely remotely to work on ethical, exciting and innovative projects. Working in sprint teams, you’ll be working with clients in the tech for good and NFP sector across the UK, US and Europe. What skills you’ll be needing·         Python and Django. HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript (ideally React or Typescript). API development. SPAs. Excellent communication skills, supportive to colleagues and nice to be around. Any of the following would be very nice to have:·         Docker. Elasticsearch. PostgresSQL. Wagtail CMS. What you’ll be doing You will be asked to take a lead role on building top quality digital products including web apps, site builds and also helping to improve an award-winning proprietary open-source CMS.  You’ll be solving projects and working in mixed disciplinary teams on products for some of the most well-known organisations in the world. They need someone who is up to date with the latest technologies and trends within web development and can mentor others when required. You’ll need to be able to confidently communicate with clients and turn requirements into tech specifications, documentation and give accurate estimates for the work. They will look for you to contribute towards testing strategies, proposals and pitches and above all uphold their high coding standards to budget. What you’ll get in return for your talents There’s a fantastic opportunity here to work on incredible projects that are meaningful, do something positive for the world and have lots of interesting challenges. There’s a basic salary of up to £55K plus a performance related bonus scheme. On top of that there’s an additional tax-free employee ownership bonus each year, training and conference budget, wifi/electricity contribution, private health cover, pension scheme (5% contributed by the employer), choice of kit, plenty of socials, refreshments and lunches and loads more. As a co-owner of the business your opinion and ideas are valued highly, you’ll play a key part in the shaping of their future. What’s next? Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV now for immediate consideration to Mike (01179269530).
  • 6th May

    Engineering Manager

    — Popular GreenTech start-up with international coverage

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £70K - £80K (flexible)
    Tech stack includes React, React Native, TypeScript, NodeJS, GCP. Very experienced engineering team, look after the best! GreenTech business, sustainable software engineering. A very successful start-up with a mission of greening the planet are looking for an Engineering Manager to join one of them in Bristol. They've been featured in Apple’s ‘app of the week’ with over 180,000 registrations having only launched 2.5 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 Proven experience leading a software engineering team, ideally in a start-up environment.  Experience in managing customer-facing websites, CMS’s and native mobile apps.  Ability to provide technical direction and architectural oversight to your team. Familiarity with the JavaScript stack (they use React, Node) though you won’t be hands-on.   Appreciation for DevOps ways of working; CI/CD, Containers, Automation etc.  Awareness of cloud-native development. Desire to work Agile in a highly collaborative start-up environment.  Good problem solving skills and ideally a passion for GreenTech/Tech4Good.  The wider tech stack includes React, React Native, Node, TypeScript, Docker, Terraform, Kubernetes & Google Cloud.  What you’ll be doing This role takes ownership of build, delivery and further growth of an online marketplace which aims to make the world a greener place, as well as making improvements to digital visitor experience. With an incredibly talented Engineering team to look after, you’ll provide them with autonomy to be creative with their work, offering technical direction and architectural oversight where you can, helping them develop their skills and grow in capability whilst shaping further strategy of the team and products. The products are very much user-facing; 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’ll be entitled to the standard stuff like 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, attending meet-ups (now online...) and hackathons etc. You also get to work with a small, experienced team that has each other’s backs. 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 remote friendly (core 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!   
  • 4th May

    Head of Development

    — Outstanding Digital Specialist

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £70K-£85K
    Join at a time of huge growth, have your say heard and respected. High profile client base to work with across app & web. Fun, creative culture, new and emerging tech, flexible and remote working. An outstanding web and app development specialist agency in central Bristol are looking for an ambitious, driven and energised Head of Development to join them and push-on their projected journey of realistic successes. Their expertise covers web and mobile (Android & iOS) to bespoke Magento eCommerce sites. Initially you’ll be working on a fully remote basis with the view to maintain a mix of remote and on-site working once restrictions lift. Sound like something you’d like to be part of? What skills you’ll need Solid background in PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, ES6/7. Experience with modern JavaScript libraries would be a bonus. An entrepreneurial mindset and the drive to grow a product. Understanding of Test Automation. Process focussed. Will represent the business with pride. A bonus if you have Magento experience. What you’ll be doing To fit into the culture you must be ambitious, dedicated and innovative when it comes to best practice and improving software, plus you’ll have a true passion for technology and making things work well. You’ll be managing and further developing the team and be responsible for developing, testing, releasing, running, and maintaining their growing suite of software applications. As well as establishing policies, processes and procedures that produce high-quality websites and apps, you’ll also be driving the overall direction for the organisation's architecture and software development practice. You’ll have your say heard and respected by being given the opportunity to work collaboratively with the other heads of the business to jointly deliver against business objectives. Ensure all code reviews meet company standards as well as spot checking and process updates. Create and maintain a robust and efficient deployment process that is integrated with JIRA. You’ll need to create and maintain a process for R&D narratives and tracking of eligible R&D projects as well as delivering projects or parts of a project on time and in budget. What you’ll get in return You’ll receive a salary paying up to £85K + bonus and company share options, 28 days annual leave with extra paid time off over Christmas, full remote working initially with plenty of flexibility once restrictions lift, awesome company culture with monthly socials. There’s a dedicated conference budget and you’ll have lots of R&D time, a company pension, cycle to work scheme and much more. What's next Think it’s for you? Get your CV across now to Tareek for more information (tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk 01179 269 530).
  • 4th May

    Web Developer

    — Top Digital Agency

    Location:
    Westbury/Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £25K-£35K
    Established digital agency with outstanding reviews. Variety, learn new skills within a highly motivated team. PHP, MySQL, WordPress, LAMP admin. One of Wiltshire’s best loved digital specialists is looking to add to their 5 strong development team building top class websites.  As part of a sociable, supportive team you’ll be working with a diverse client base with the freedom to bring in your own ideas and suggest new tech/processes to help the business succeed. *After restrictions are lifted, they’re moving to up to 3 days per week remote working available. What skills you’ll be needing PHP, MySQL. Linux, Apache server administration. WordPress use and development. MVC frameworks (not essential). E-commerce platforms (Magento and WooCommerce in particular). JavaScript jQuery, HTML and CSS. GIT version control.   What you’ll be doing You’ll be helping to modify, build and improve websites from the briefs given by the project management team that are made with real quality.  As part of the role they will need you to also spot and crush bugs, complete testing and performance checks whilst managing version control.  The work cross front and back-end so will suit someone with a good all-round web knowledge with a flexible approach and who can pick up new tech quickly.  They have a really collaborative team so would really value anyone keen to help junior team members and look for opportunities to lead small projects.  You will be working closely with non-technical teams and the need for clear communication and a positive approach is highly desirable. What you’ll get in return for your talents They offer structured career development plans, investment in training/courses/events etc, pension, socials/trips, flex/remote working, 24 days hol plus Christmas shutdown and a competitive salary (up to £35K).  At the moment they’re learning the following as a team: Magento 2.4, elastic search, rabbit MQ and mysql 8 but there’s lots more to get your teeth into and they’re very open to implementing new tech where relevant.  This is a great opportunity to work within an established and growing digital business with a strong local reputation and focus on delivering quality products whilst pushing your career forwards. What’s next If you’d like to know more, send in your CV to Mike now for more info.
  • 4th May

    Magento Developer

    — 3 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £500 p/day
    Magento Developer. Up to £500 p/day. Remote Working. 3-month initial contract opportunity, for a Magento Developer to work for a successful, Bristol based marketing agency. What you'll be doing Working for an amazing marketing agency, 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 Magento Developer (Senior). Magento 2 (Expert). PHP (Advanced). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £500 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.
  • 4th May

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Neighbourly - B Corp giving platform

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£55K
    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 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). You’ve previously held a full stack development role, have a passion for quality code, with an emphasis on scalability and performance. Confident with SQL Server backend and any OR/M stack (ideally Entity Framework Core). Have working knowledge of Microsoft Azure DevOps stack (or any SDLC management tool). Have some experience with TypeScript and front-end development. Some experience in working with MongoDB will be beneficial. Familiarity with a JavaScript framework, ideally Knockout.js or Vue.js but any JS framework would be beneficial. 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.
  • 3rd May

    Full-Stack JavaScript Engineers

    — Popular GreenTech business

    Location:
    Bristol
    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 start-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 150,000 registrations having only launched 2.5 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 an online marketplace, as well as making improvements to digital visitor experience. The products are very much 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. You will be part of a team of full-stack engineers, with a high degree of autonomy across the full stack. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will receive a salary paying market rate (£30-65K 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 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! 
  • 30th Apr

    Head of Technology

    — Neighbourly - B Corp giving platform

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    up to £85K
    Head of Technology - 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 Head of Technology Working closely with our Head of Product and our Head of Data & Insights, along with other functional heads, you will be the custodian of the technology strategy and lead the development team, improving the development tools, processes and outputs to enable the Neighbourly platform to scale quickly, safely, securely and efficiently. What experience you’ll need to apply Extensive experience in a Head of Tech role, or equivalent, building large-scale sites as part of a medium-sized business. Extensive commercial experience of .Net based development on Microsoft Azure utilising a Mongo DB and SQL backend. Demonstrable experience with ensuring platform scalability and security taking into consideration latest trends. Experience in leading and growing a cross discipline team effectively, with internationalisation in mind. Comfortable working in a fast-growing ambitious investor backed business. Desire to utilise your skills to help businesses be a force for good, not just for profit, and an ambassador of our B Corp status. 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.
  • 29th Apr

    Drupal Developer

    — 3 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Berkshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £400 p/day
    Drupal Developer. Up to £400 p/day. Remote Working. 3-month initial contract opportunity, for a Drupal Developer to work for a successful, Berkshire based digital agency. What you'll be doing Working for an awesome digital agency, 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 Developer (Senior). Backend or Full-Stack Drupal (Expert). 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.
  • 26th Apr

    Lead Developer

    — C# .Net, Azure, DevOps

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K-£60K
    Remote for now but the occasional visit to central Bristol once things calm. Hands-on, no formal line management responsibilities. Outstanding team, collaboration, key development & progression opportunities. The UK’s largest and most successful student accommodation provider is looking for a Lead Developer to join their digital team. Their expertise covers web, app development, Cloud and more. The role is very hands-on so would suit someone who’d prefer to spend more of their time coding than managing. Think this could be you? What skills you’ll need Good knowledge of C#.Net. Knowledge of source control, continuous integration, code coverage, static analysis, load testing and functional testing tools. Strong experience with Azure. Strong experience of docker containers and Kubernetes. Strong communication skills and a professional, service-oriented manner. Passion for learning and self-development. Agile/Scrum methodology knowledge. What you’ll be doing Joining an established digital team as development lead, ensuring quality and performance are at the highest level. This role will involve providing mentoring and support to less experienced developers but no formal line management responsibilities, roughly 70%-80% of your time will be hands-on. You’ll be delivering application features and changes with a strong focus on coding guidelines and security as well as helping in creating frameworks and guidelines for automated tests. Clear communication is crucial as conversations and connectivity with stakeholders on progress, risks and any issues will be expected of you. What you’ll get in return for your experience This role will provide you with a generous salary of up to £60K 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 CV and details to Tareek to find out more!
  • 23rd Apr

    Graduate Developer

    — Full training provided

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £22K-£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. What skills you’ll be needing 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)
  • 23rd Apr

    Senior Software Engineer

    — Global client base

    Location:
    Trowbridge
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £55K (flexible)
    Diverse project base, tech agnostic.  Remote working up to 4 days a week. Variety of embedded, application and enterprise systems. This tech company have been creating software for global businesses across embedded, application and enterprise systems for over 20 years. Following a busy period and several successful new bids, they’re looking to grow their software engineering team further with a new hire to be made in their Trowbridge office. They’re a unique business with a proven track record of supporting giants in the fields of public sector, telecoms, rail, aerospace and more.  What skills you’ll need Proven experience with C# and ideally another server-side language (Python, Java, C++ etc.).  Understanding of .Net framework.  Significant knowledge of OO design as well as UML/XML.  Programming experience on Windows OS. Any Linux knowledge would be useful.  Any understanding of TCP/IP, Networking, HTTP, HTML is beneficial.  Database skills; SQL Server, MySQL, Postgres, SQLite etc.  Client-facing experience or ability to communicate clearly with external stakeholders.  As a multi-project and tech agnostic business, any awareness of the following would be super useful, but not essential; AWS, Azure, ML, JavaScript, Python, iOS/Android, PHP, Open Source. What you’ll be doing Joining the wider Engineering team with multi-project exposure, you’ll support the delivery of high-level projects across their global customer-base, primarily focused on the MS ecosystem but with exposure to things like Python, Java, C++ and more, meaning you’ll need to be comfortable learning new tech and adapting depending on the project. Some projects can last for 2+ years at a time but the typical lifecycle is 3-6 months before you’re re-deployed into a different area, creating a lot of variety and diverse tools/tech to be involved in. There’s typically 2-4 people on a project and the role tends to be quite customer-facing, so you’ll need to offer a consultative approach and ensure you understand and meet the briefs given throughout. As a senior you’ll be involved up to architecture level, plus mentoring juniors and offering technical direction and oversight where required.  What you’ll get in return for your experience As well as a generous salary, this business advocate flexibility and work/life balance. Their core hours are 10am – 4pm and it’s expected you’ll come into the office once a week when restrictions lift for team meetings, other than that you can work from home as often as you’d like. They have on-site parking for those who need it and offer 25 days holiday, a nice break over Christmas, annual bonus based on company performance and an auto-enrolment pension scheme. They’re always looking for new ways to improve skill sets across the team so will back you to go on any courses/conferences you think would benefit your personal progression. What’s next? Like the sound of this one? Drop your CV over to Joe now to find out more. 
  • 23rd Apr

    DevOps Engineer - AWS

    — 100% Remote

    Location:
    Remote or Cheltenham
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K-£60K
    Industry leading digital specialist, growing at pace. AWS stack, Docker, CI, CD. Fully Remote, monthly trip to HQ. One of the UK’s top digital specialists within the travel and hospitality sector are looking to bring their DevOps function in-house and are keen to find an experienced AWS focused DevOps Engineer.  Working fully remote (if you like) with the odd trip to their Cheltenham office, this is a chance to join a progressive and super-friendly tech-focused company on the up. What skills you’ll be needing Successful track record within DevOps within an AWS environment. Container orchestrators like ECS, Kubernetes, Docker Swarm. Infrastructure as code tools like Terraform, Ansible. CI solutions like Jenkins, TravisCI, CircleCI, Gitlab and Github. Understanding and build experience of CD pipelines. Extensive hands-on experience with Linux/UNIX based environments. Knowledge of databases such as MySQL, Redis, Elasticsearch, RabbitMQ. Experience with scripting languages, especially Bash and Python. Knowledge of security best practices and SecOps. Problem solving, root cause analysis and debugging skills. A motivated self-starter, able to work with little guidance. Strong advocate of DevOps culture and an understanding of its role of in the organisation as a whole. What you’ll be doing You’ll be working in their agile team to migrate and manage their existing cloud-based infrastructure to a Docker based solution using the latest tools and technologies and maintaining the highest standards of reliability and scalability.  They’ll ask for you to develop their continuous delivery pipelines and support their product and website platforms.  Currently they have some outsourced support from 2 DevOps Engineers so they’ll be on hand to help you transition.  There will be lots to do from the start and you’ll work closely with their development team in 2 week sprints across a mix of small and large project work. What you’ll get in return for your talents There’s a great opportunity here to come in and out your mark on the DevOps side of their operation.  Along with a competitive salary (£50-60K), personal development plan, flexitime, generous hols, pension, Christmas and Summer parties, lunch and learns, a fun and friendly team.  If you’re looking to work with a dedicated and enthusiastic bunch of people with autonomy over the choice of tech and in a role with variety then this is definitely one for you. What’s next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV now to Mike for more info (mike@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
  • 21st Apr

    Cloud Software Engineer

    — IoT, Robotics, Serverless, Connected Products

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive (Please ask)
    Global business with a tech division overlapping into IoT/Robotics. Cutting edge tech, R&D, progressive world-leading business. Progression into a Senior-Lead role. One of the UK’s most innovative technology companies are looking for a Cloud Software Engineer to join their Wiltshire-based cloud robot team. With a diverse and progressive product base to involve yourself in, surrounded by a team of talented Engineers with ranging backgrounds, this is an awesome chance for someone to grow into a senior position whilst working on some incredible projects in the IoT/Robotics world.  What skills you’ll need Back-End focused with proven experience in C#, Python or NodeJS, preferably in a production environment.  Significant knowledge of cloud-native development (ideally AWS) & serverless architecture.  Automated testing, unit testing experience.  Awareness of connected products, scalability, micro-service architecture, distributed applications etc.  Infrastructure-as-Code (CloudFormation/Terraform). CI/CD experience (CD is most important), flexible on which tools.  Comfortable working Agile/Scrum.  They’re happy to look at other server-side backgrounds if you bring significant cloud-native experience. What you’ll be doing Joining a 5-person cloud robot team, you’ll be covering a variety of projects, focused on building new connected product features as well as enhancing the pre-existing platform using C#/Node, bits of Python and a range of monitoring & automation tools. The business work Agile and are huge advocates for paired/mob programming, which you’ll need to be comfortable with as most of the time you’ll be coding in teams. You’ll be involved in daily stand-ups & fortnightly sprints. Most of the projects you’d focus on are centred on IoT & Robotics so you will have plenty of variety, making adaptability is essential. The long-term goal for this role is to evolve into more of a Senior-Lead position so you will need to be willing & prepared to make that transition later down the line.  What you’ll get in return for your experience An incredible opportunity to work for a global giant offering a competitive salary with long term progression, training and development, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays, annual bonus, flexi-time/remote working 2-3 days a week, health options, pension scheme, smart offices, R&D time and more. 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? Really exciting role here – want to hear more? Give Joe a call or send us your CV now! 
  • 21st Apr

    Senior Backend Developer - PHP

    — 6 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Remote + Gloucestershire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £425 p/day
    Senior Backend Developer - PHP. Up to £425 p/day. Remote Working. 6-month initial contract opportunity, for a Senior Backend Developer (PHP) to work for a successful, Gloucestershire based software house. What you'll be doing Working for an awesome software house, 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 Backend Developer (Senior). PHP Development (Expert). Symfony (Desirable). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £425 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.
  • 19th Apr

    C Developer

    — 3 Months Initial - Remote Working

    Location:
    Swindon
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £50 p/hour
    C Developer. Up to £50 p/hour. Automated Systems. 3-month initial contract opportunity, for a C Developer to work for a highly successful Souh West based business. What you'll be doing Working for a nich 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 C Developer (Expert). Automated Systems (Desirable). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £50 p/hour, 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.
  • 19th Apr

    Front-End Developer

    — Rapidly growing start-up

    Location:
    Remote UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£40K
    Innovative start-up that’s helping people. Web, app, progressive tech, great prospects. R&D, training, respect, supportive environment. A rapidly growing start-up are looking for a talented Front-End Developer with a couple of years commercial experience to join them. They’re looking for someone who’s enthusiastic, loves progressive front-end tech and wants to grow with a very supportive and innovative Lead Developer alongside them. Think it’s for you? **This role is fully remote. What skills you'll be needing Good commercial experience in frontend development. Excellent understanding of web mark-up, including HTML5 and CSS3. Familiarity using and adding content in a CMS. Experience of using JavaScript frameworks - ideally Vue.js. Good understanding of modern JavaScript, ES6 etc. Experience of using Git. Familiarity using tools like - SASS / Post CSS / Tailwind CSS / NPM / Webpack / Mix. Nice to have: Some PHP experience / creating frontend code within a PHP framework such as Laravel. Experience working with the Statamic CMS. What you'll be doing Working alongside a focussed, engaged and supportive Lead Developer you’ll be able to improve every element of your game developing their website and mobile app. You’ll have the opportunity to add technical features like a financial assessment calculator using React. With support from their Lead Developer, you’ll work towards being fully responsible for the upkeep of their website and improving it every step of the way, so you'll need to be someone who keeps a keen interest in the latest emerging techniques and technologies. Overall responsibilities: Designing, developing, testing, and debugging responsive web and mobile applications. Translating user and business needs into functional front-end design. What you'll get in return for your talents If you’re looking for a chance to work on a product in a rapidly growing start-up instead of lots of projects running concurrently, then this is the one! A competitive salary of £30-40K is offered, plus an uncapped bonus in line with company successes that you’ll play a key part in achieving. A careful focus on your career development, coaching and training, benefits including pension, socials, tech meet-ups, hacks etc are there for you. Technical chat and a love for all things creative will take you a long way here! What's next Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV and as many creative front-end examples to Tareek now.
  • 19th Apr

    Senior Front-End Developer

    — React/Redux, Top software house

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£55K
    Quality greenfield product development, React/Redux. 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 Senior 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. *Happy with working in their office 1 day per week (or more if you’d like). What skills you’ll be needing React, Redux. Experience of working on large scale applications rather than websites. HTML5, CSS3 (SASS, SCSS, LESS). Webpack/NPM. Knowledge of SOLID, OOP, Design Patterns etc. Unit and/or behavioural testing. 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 responsible for the front-end functionality and tooling for the business, evaluating and implementing new tech and process where needed.   They’re keen to make sure that their codebase is based on solid software engineering practices and is stable, testable and easily maintainable. New projects they take on use React/Redux and experience here is key.  The team are increasingly automating and using CI and devops tools to strengthen their output, you’ll be able to get involved with Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins and others to help push changes to their live environments.  You’ll play a key part in higher-level business processes and projects, working with the entire product development team and wider business.  You will be extremely comfortable with automated unit testing and ideally behavioural & functional testing and continuous integration & build process using Webpack, you will be highly proficient in the use of these js build tools. 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. 
  • 16th Apr

    Python Engineer

    — Get your SC Clearance!

    Location:
    Gloucestershire with some remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £65K
    Optional 9 day fortnight!  Diverse tech, scope to grow a team around you.  Remote working options, annual bonus and more.  I’m looking for a Software 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, initially full remote but likely to be 2-3 days remote when restrictions lift. Due to the nature of the project work you’ll need to be eligible for SC Clearance.  What skills you’ll need Proven experience with Python3 with both synchronous & asynchronous code patterns. Ideally one modern framework would be preferred.  Front-End expertise with HTML, Bootstrap and JavaScript. Any knowledge of Angular or similar would be useful.  Understanding of SQL databases such as PostgreSQL.  Excellent Linux system build knowledge.  Strong awareness of build, deployment & testing via CI systems. Extensive knowledge of virtualisation techniques & tools. Awareness of networking and comms protocols.  What you’ll be doing Joining a small team with potential scope to grow a team around you, you’ll work closely with an offshore tech partner to deliver a suite of products/solutions to their client base. The focus is on virtual appliances which provide config, deployment and management of secure comms products to enterprise level, primarily within the public sector. You’ll take ownership of this product suite from conception and design through to delivery and maintenance, utilising a diverse range of tech and integrating modern frameworks where necessary. Most of these solutions will have multiple components, you’ll look after both the front-end and server-side, supporting with the integration, build, deployment and testing of software in virtual appliances with some very small involvement in embedded software. Lots of internal comms, stakeholder engagement and working in an Agile/Scrum environment.  What you’ll get in return for your talents 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? Sound good? Send your CV to Joe now!
  • 16th Apr

    Front-End Developer

    — React, Quality Product Development

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£45K
    Quality greenfield product development, React/Redux. 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 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. *Happy with working in their office 1 day per week (or more if you’d like). 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 c£45K, 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. 
  • 16th Apr

    Python Developer

    — Progressive Tech Specialist

    Location:
    Bath or Fully Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-£50K
    Award-winning app, eCommerce. Pick up tech like Node & Heroku. 100% remote, friendly & collaborative team. An award-winning technology business with offices in London and Bath are looking for a skilled Python Developer to deliver bespoke shipping solutions to their global client base. Operating within the eCommerce sector they have continued to grow over the past year and are in need of a back-end developer tocome in and hit the ground running. They have operated as a remote-firstbusiness for some time and so are well set up to support your progression and development on a remote basis, though you have the option to come into theoffice as and when you please. What skills you’ll need Proven background in development using Python. Experience of relational databases such as MySQL or Postgres. Familiarity with front-end development such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript would be a bonus. Understanding of cloud platforms such as Heroku, Azure, AWS or GCP. Experience building RESTful API’s. Experience with integration would be a nice to have. Ability to unit test & maintain good documentation. Be a team player with a keen interest in development. What you’ll be doing As a Python Developer your focus will be to build out their bespoke Python API and will be responsible for integrating a large number of external shipping carrier APIs and legacy FTP with their Salesforce platform. You will help build scalable platforms as well as maintaining and improving existing systems and will be encouraged to get creative and bring new ideas to the table. Working collaboratively with the other Salesforce, Python and Node Devs in your team you will have ample opportunity to pick up new skills & tech. You will be a strong communicator as on occasion you will be required to support clients with issues with the tech. What you’ll get in return On top of a salary paying up to £50K depending on experience you’ll get 25 days annual leave (plus bank hol), strong company pension, competitive bonus structure, 100% remote working with option to go to the office when you want. You will be joining a friendly and supportive team within a company who have gone from strength to strength over the past few years. The role offers plenty of scope for progression and to develop your skillset. What’s next? Sound good? Send your CV to Mike@adlib-recruitment.co.uk for immediate consideration!
  • 16th Apr

    Full Stack Software Engineer

    — Innovative start-up

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £90,000 + equity
    VC backed start-up with previous investments in Uber, Transferwise & Spotify. Challenging, progressive ideas. Exciting tech stack.  We are working exclusively with an exciting software marketplace, with VC backers of some of the most successful technology companies globally. This start-up is revolutionising the way software developers find and apply for job roles. It’s a really exciting time to join this business as they go through a major growth period.    What experience you’ll need    Experience using multiple programming languages and learning new things at pace.  3-8 years of experience programming in a production environment.  A strong communicator capable of justifying decisions, pushing the boundaries and coming up with new, innovative ideas.  You will need to have some front-end experience with JavaScript frameworks (React, Vue, Angular etc.) The backend is in Elixir, you can learn this on the job but you need to have full stack experience. What you’ll be doing    You’ll be working directly with the founders and other developers as part of a tight-knit product team. You will work in a fast-paced, exciting environment that is constantly evolving. You will build features throughout the whole journey, and deploy on a daily basis.  The company uses GitHub and continuously deploys to a Kubernetes cluster hosted on Google Cloud Platform. You will bring new ideas to the table and will have accountability for the tech stack. You will have the opportunity to be an innovator, be creative and work with the most exciting technologies to grow the platform.  What you’ll get in return for your talents A competitive salary, along with meaningful equity. 27 days holiday (excl bank hols), learning & development budget, wellness budget, health insurance, flexi working, and more...  What's next? Please apply with your CV and Sophie will be in contact to discuss! 
  • 16th Apr

    Engineering Lead

    — Front-End Lead - JavaScript & React

    Location:
    London/ Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to 100,000
    Lead opportunity to drive change across the front-end Working with the latest tech stack Mix of management and hands on development  We are partnering with one of the most incredible B-Corps, with offices in London & the USA. Whilst they have some of the buzziest offices in London (so you might want to be in the office the majority of the time) remote working also works as long as you are based in the UK. This constantly evolving InsurTech is looking for an experienced Lead Front-End Developer, to manage one other Senior Engineer and to guide the business through changes across their front end. You will be working closely with the CTO, Director of UX and all cross-functional teams to guide the front-end development.   What experience you will need to apply    Experience of leading a small front-end team, whilst remaining hands on  Strong programming skills within JavaScript & React  Experience within a full stack capacity currently or previously  A keen eye for detail, including UX & UI design  The desire to challenge. This is an open business that is looking for innovators and individuals who want to challenge themselves, as well as the company.  Strong communication and collaborative skills and strong desire to liaise closely with business teams An advocate of engineering best practices What you’ll be doing You will be promoting and driving change on the front-end, collaborating with designers, senior tech leads and product.  The first major project you will be working on will be to revamp the entire front end across all areas of the business, including customer journey, market reach, customer engagement and client relationships.  You will also work with the US team as their ambitious plans to expand the product within the US market moves forwards.  You will work with cross-functional, collaborative teams to drive out requirements, highlight risks and prioritise stories.  Work with team members to identify areas for learning and helping them grow in these areas via project work, external learning, or additional mentoring Being hands on in developing our products using best practices, and appropriate tools and technologies Championing agile methodologies  Highlighting areas for continuous improvement and driving their prioritization Being proactive in suggesting new tools, technologies, and ways of working What are the benefits? A market-leading salary, medical, dental, company pension, generous holiday and much, much more.  What's next?  Apply with your CV and Sophie will be in touch!   
  • 15th Apr

    PHP Developer

    — Outstanding Software House

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£45K
    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. *Happy with working in their office 1 day per week (or more if you’d 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£45K, 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. 
  • 14th Apr

    Full-Stack Developer

    — FinTech

    Location:
    100% Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £60K
    Fully remote for 10+ years. Multi-functional platform with an international client base.  Weekly L&D sessions.  This FinTech have been fully remote since 2009 with a small team based all across the UK so have been well-equipped to cope with the cultural shift over the last year. They have a core product which offers a very wide range of functionality as well as a newer business management platform in the life insurance space. With an international client base spread across Europe and the US, they’re now focusing on adding and improving features in their original product as well as growing the functionality offering of the new platform as it continues to build momentum in the market.  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 (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 be doing Joining a small team of full-stack developers you will support the business in adding and enhancing features/functionalities to the 2 products they offer, covering the full-stack but leaning more towards the front-end, offering an eye for design and seamless UI/UX. 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. They work with Vue on the front-end so you’ll need to be comfortable using it, as well as helping to build on their component library by producing efficient and re-usable code.  What you’ll get in return for your talents Flexibility, learning and personal development is engrained into the culture. They spend Friday afternoons doing R&D and meet up in Bristol once a year to talk through everyone’s achievements, goals and ambitions for the following year. Conferences are encouraged, everyone gets a PluralSight subscription and you’re given a 2-hour slot every week to study what you’d like to. They offer 26 days holiday which increases year-on-year and flexible hours within a 37.5hr week. With ambitious growth plans and lots more lined up to drive their product offering forward, this is not one to miss out on! What’s next? Sound like your role? Drop Joe @ ADLIB a message to find out more!
  • 14th Apr

    Web Development Manager

    — Lead a talented web team

    Location:
    Remote / Bristol / Malvern
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £65K
    Progressive, World-leading products used by millions. Flexible hours and remote working options.  Gold Investors in People accredited organisation.   A technology company who build some extremely progressive products used by Scientists & Engineers from a range of industries and organisations around the world are looking for a Web Development Manager to join them remotely, with regular trips to their office in either Bristol or Malvern. The role will be fully remote initially, with up to 4 days remote a week once restrictions lift. With an existing team and rapid growth plans in place for 2021, this is a great opportunity for a dedicated Technical Leader to progress their career further whilst rewarding themselves by solving real-life challenges through technology. What experience you’ll need Ability to manage a web team, providing technical direction and architectural oversight. Proven background in the MS web stack; C#.Net, MVC, .Net Core.  Understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Bootstrap and ideally a modern library (React, Angular).  Significant knowledge of installing, integrating and maintaining web CMS’, as well as website architecture.  Experience in mentoring, team appraisals, recruitment, Agile/Scrum working.  Project and development management tools (Atlassian ideally: Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket).  Excellent internal/external stakeholder engagement skills, 3rd party management, supplier relationship management.  Awareness of DevOps ways of working and cloud-based app development would be beneficial.   What you’ll be doing This role takes ownership of the development of new features and functionality which will optimise the content management process, as well as leading on further development of key websites and integrations into marketing/business systems. You’ll lead a web development team, providing technical direction and oversight to architectural level, promoting web platform use across the marketing teams and wider business to enable the automation of content where possible/necessary. You’ll work with Product Owners, Business Systems and other Tech Leads to design and implement integrations which support wider objectives in the business, as well as managing/maintaining technical infrastructure and overseeing system administration surrounding the web. It’ll be expected you communicate well to your team, leading sprint planning, sprint reviews, retrospectives etc. and guiding other developers whilst you do this. You will be able to provide guidance and design direction as appropriate whilst solving product problems with wider engineering teams. You’ll also be comfortable liaising with key stakeholders and 3rd party suppliers.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll be entitled to 25 days holiday, flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday, 37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity for majority remote working with a trip to the office 1-2 times a week. As well as this you’ll get a discretionary annual bonus, healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution, 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. They’re an Investors in People Gold accredited business which shows their commitment to personal progression and upskilling.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more, just give Joe a call. 
  • 13th Apr

    Senior Front-End Developer

    — Worldwide self-service model

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K-£60K
    Very unique model that started in Bristol in 2016 and is now worldwide. Have flexibility on the modern tech – React, Typescript and more. Flexible/remote working, nice office, team events, travel costs covered. A company recognised worldwide are offering a unique self-service model that has revolutionised the industry are on a growth mission looking to hire another Senior Front-End Developer with great modern JavaScript experience. If you’re looking to be part of one of the most exciting companies to come out of the UK in recent years, then this could be a great position for you! Remote for now, occasional visit to Bristol once things calm. What experience you’ll need Some very good experience using JavaScript w/ Typescript & React. Good practice of front-end architecture (component design, API integration, managing data, scalability). CI/CD is handled with CircleCI and Git so experience with those would be good too. Team player and able to work well with others as well as mentoring juniors. Agile experience. If you’ve used Netlify, Gatsby or DatoCMS that would be a big bonus. What you’ll be doing You will join a very talented dev team of roughly 10 in the Bristol office (remote for now) and you’ll be working on a variety of fun and exciting projects that are in the pipeline, such as re-building the website, mobile app and working on various models for customers that will improve the future of the business offering. It’s a unique company with a very flexible stance on development and ideally you will be able to introduce new tech to benefit the programming within the team. It’s important that you collaborate on projects with other developers and team members if you are working in the office or remotely. They have brilliant project managers to work with, who take on a lot of the responsibility to give the dev team more focus on programming and using the right tools. What you’ll get in return for your talents The salary on offer is between £50K-£60K with some generous benefits, you get a high spec laptop, flexible working hours, dressed down environment with a social atmosphere in the office. Your travel costs to work are also covered, they even have a flat in London on the company expense if you were to go and work on-site there (rare case, and optional if you like once things calm). The team likes to get together for drinks and dinner with tons of social events so there is a great chance to bond with the people you work with, you will always be supported in your role by other developers and leaders. This truly is a very exciting role!  What’s next? Interested? Get in touch with Tareek ASAP.
  • 12th Apr

    DevOps Engineer

    — AWS, Azure or Google Cloud

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive
    Global tech business, incredible career opportunities. Progressive and adaptable technology exposure spread across multiple stacks. High-level creative solutions for global organisations and household names. An internationally renowned technology giant recently landed in Bristol and is looking for a range of DevOps Engineers to join their outstanding team. With scope to grow from 60 to 200 over the next 2 years, this opportunity will offer excellent progression and a great chance to pick up a range of modern and emerging technology whilst supporting a diverse project base with some of the industry's leaders in tech. Please note that you’ll need to be eligible for SC clearance due to the nature of some of the projects. They're considering applicants from mid-senior level. What skills you’ll need Significant cloud technology experience, preferably with Amazon Web Services (AWS) but will also consider Google Cloud, MS Azure or Digital Ocean.  Proven knowledge of CI/CD and containerisation (Jenkins, Bamboo, CircleCI, Docker, Kubernetes etc.)  Excellent understanding of various configuration, build and automation tools (Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Salt, Selenium, Terraform etc.)   A passion for infrastructure-as-code would be advantageous.  Linux/Windows system administration and scripting skills (Python, Bash).  Experience of building, maintaining, monitoring & scaling web/cloud-based platforms.  Knowledge of at least one server-side language would be beneficial (python, java, Node.js etc) What you’ll be doing Joining a new & talented team with scope for rapid growth, you’ll take responsibility for the build and delivery of various technical platforms across the company’s client base. This is a multi-disciplinary role with a primary focus on infrastructure automation and environment management, with the expectation that you will embed yourself into the wider team to act as an advocate for DevOps practices across any particular project/programme. You will be involved in regular release and deployments, constantly liaising with the Developers, Testers and Business Analysts to ensure that all systems are built to be maintainable and able to handle frequent change. There are opportunities available at more oversight/architectural level too where you'll still be hands-on but will be more involved in technical strategy. They’ll look for you to be a custodian of the team’s deployment pipeline and collaborate with development teams and 3rd parties to build and operate environments. What you’ll get in return for your talents An incredible opportunity to work for a Times Top 50 Employer who’ve won awards for their flexibility in the workplace. They are offering a competitive salary with outstanding long-term progression, training and development, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays (25 days), a discretionary bonus, healthy pension (matched up to 8%) and a flexible benefits scheme tailored to your preferences!  This is a fantastic chance to be a key part of a growing technology team in stunning new offices designed to hold regular tech meetups, show and tells and drive innovation through their work. What’s next? To hear more about this great opportunity, send your CV to Mike or give us a call to find out more. 
  • 11th Apr

    Front-End Developer (React)

    — renowned creative agency

    Location:
    Bath / remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £28K - £45K
    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. You’ll be joining them on a fully remote basis initially with the view to stay largely home-based after restrictions lift. If you're a Front-End Developer with a 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 be needing 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. Ability to accurately scope projects and use your initiative on them. 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 for your talents You'll have a competitive salary (£28 to £55k), 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 Ellen for more information.  
  • 10th Apr

    Front-End/JavaScript Engineers

    — Consultancy with lots of variety

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive (Please ask)
    Delivery-focused digital hub within a global tech business. Chance to pick up a huge range of tech across a wide range of industries.  High-level creative solutions for iconic brands and household names. An internationally renowned digital tech giant is continuing to scale up their South West Tech Hub with plans to hire several Front-End/JavaScript Engineers throughout 2021. With scope to grow from 60 to 200 over the next 2 years, this opportunity will offer excellent scope for progression and a great chance to pick up a range of modern and emerging technology whilst supporting a diverse project base with some of the industry's leaders in tech. Please note that you’ll need to be eligible for SC clearance due to the nature of some of the projects. They're considering applicants from mid-senior level.  What skills you’ll need Proven portfolio of front-end development examples, with links to well-designed and scalable apps.  Have a clear understanding of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript ES6 and the JavaScript Event Loop. Skilled in at least one modern JavaScript library (React, Redux, Vue, Vuex, TypeScript, Angular, Node). Any knowledge of server-side (Node, TypeScript) would be useful.  Familiar with accessibility standards (WCAG 2.0, WAI-ARIA etc.) Good understanding of visual and user centred design. Understanding RESTful web services and design patterns. Pro-active mentality, team player with consultative approach, happy with client engagement.  What you’ll be doing Joining a talented team with scope for rapid growth, you’ll take responsibility for the build and delivery of a range of pioneering projects offering a solution-oriented approach. You will be working in cross-functional teams together with strategists, UI designers, visual designers, full-stack and back-end developers translating great concepts & designs into code to create quick-loading, scalable and accessible UX used by thousands, sometimes hundreds of thousands. You’ll need to be adaptable, comfortable jumping between projects, working in Agile/Scrum/Kanban and utilising version control systems like Git. You’ll be familiar with CI/CD and general DevOps ways of working too. If you’re coming in at senior level, they will be looking for you to demonstrate solid coding standards to your work, take part in planning sessions, retrospectives and reviews and support junior developers when required.  What you’ll get in return for your talents An incredible opportunity to work for a Times Top 50 Employer who have won awards for their flexibility in the workplace. They are offering a competitive salary with outstanding long-term progression, training and development, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect 25 days hols, annual bonus, healthy pension and a flexible benefits scheme tailored to your preferences!  This is a fantastic chance to be a key part of a growing technology team in stunning new offices designed to hold regular tech meetups, show & tells and drive innovation through their work. What’s next? To hear more about this great opportunity, send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.  
  • 10th Apr

    Full Stack Developer (DevOps)

    — award-winning cloud product

    Location:
    Bristol (remote)
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £50K
    Hybrid Development role, start-up culture. Fast growing business, expanding client base, award-winning platform. Fully remote role even after restrictions are lifted. An exciting Bristol based tech business are looking for a skilled Full Stack Developer with solid AWS/DevOps experience to deliver their established and highly successful platform to their ever-expanding client base. The business is doing incredibly well, having recently moved their product to the cloud and more than tripling their team over lockdown it’s a really exciting time to be joining them on their journey.  You will be working on a fully remote basis (bar the occasional trip to the office) even after the restrictions ease up. What you’ll need Proven background in Software Development using PHP. Experience working with JavaScript. Knowledge of modern JS libraries such as React & Typescript would be useful. Previous experience working in a DevOps environment using AWS. Knowledge of CloudFormation would be beneficial. Good working knowledge of Infrastructure as Code such as Ansible or Terraform is a bonus. Ability to implement & maintain DevOps best practices. Solid knowledge of OOP & SOLID principles. What you’ll be doing Joining a multi-disciplined & talented technical team your focus will be to deliver high-quality software for their award-winning cloud-based management platform. This is a brand-new role where your responsibilities will span across development and DevOps; they have just moved their product to the cloud and are looking to automate a lot of their processes going forward. Working closely with the wider dev team some of your responsibilities will include upgrading parts of their existing PHP codebase, setting up monitoring, build & deployment processes as well as implementing & maintaining CI/CD pipelines.  Using your expertise you will inform technical decisions from planning through to delivery. The culture is collaborative and everyone’s opinions are valued, you will be actively encouraged to contribute ideas and there’s real scope to grow in this role as a result. What you’ll get in return On top of a salary of up to £50K you will joining a fast-paced, dynamic yet relaxed environment with a company culture which is second-to-none. You will receive a generous benefits fund to tailor your benefits package to suit you on top of a number of voluntary benefits such as cycle to work scheme & give as you earn, a competitive pension scheme, 27 days annual leave including your birthday off, wellness programmes and more.  What’s next? Sound good? Get in touch with Ellen now! 01179 269 530 / ellen@adlib-recruitment.co.uk.
  • 9th Apr

    C# .Net Developer

    — Tech-for-Good, NFP, Charities

    Location:
    Bradford-on-Avon
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£40K
    Opportunity to work with a number of Tech-For-Good, NFP/Charities. Web, mobile, e-learning, digital transformation and more. Great culture, progressive company with an ethical focus. A top digital specialist with offices in Bradford-On-Avon are looking for a mid-weight C# .Net Developer to join their growing team. They’re happy to offer 3 to 4 days remote working (post-Covid, fully remote for now) and the chance to work on a wide range of interesting, charity projects. They're also planning on opening a Bristol hub later this year. Sound interesting? What skills you’ll need C#, .NET / .NET Core, MVC / Razor, WCF services, Web API's. JavaScript, Bootstrap, JQuery. Worked in an Agile/SCRUM environment. MS Workflow. Experience in unit testing / TDD would be beneficial. Provide excellent customer service. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. What you’ll be doing They’re looking for a C# .Net Developer who will work across a wide range of projects including charity websites, bespoke mobile apps, e-Learning platforms, helping companies reinvent themselves through digital transformation, as part of a multidisciplinary team (4 developers, 2 designers). They’re looking for someone who can manage their own time and delegate to the wider team whilst producing clean, efficient code based on specifications. As a role model within the team, you’ll be able to coach and support peers across development.  You will be following an agile methodology to plan, review and show product development through daily stand-ups, iteration planning, code reviews and show and tells. They’ll expect you to design systems from scratch and work through the end-to-end development lifecycle including integrating various 3rd party API’s. Experience of supporting and working with colleagues in sub-teams as well as estimating and task tracking within a dev Ops / Agile environment is essential. Peer code reviews and work within an agile environment with the wider project delivery team to ensure outcomes are delivered to time and software is developed to the correct quality and standards. What you’ll get in return for your talents They’re really looking for someone with a passion for digital technologies and how they are changing the way we live and work. With a competitive salary of up to £40K DOE you can expect a good benefits package, a lovely office space (which you can access now if you’d prefer to be in), access to training and gaining certifications, socials, meet-ups, a focus on lifestyle and balance giving you the opportunity to work a 4 day week instead of 5. You’d be well looked after and be working with some seriously talented dev’s who are openminded and welcoming, with a focus on ethical companies, not-for-profit companies and B Corps. What’s next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV now to Tareek (01179 269 530 tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
  • 9th Apr

    Front-End Team Lead

    — Not-for-Profit clients

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K-£60K
    Not-for-profit and Tech-for-Good clients. Lead, mentor & coach developers, opportunity to use emerging tech. Solid base for stability in these tricky times, passionate tech team. One of Bristol’s best digital agencies is looking for a Front-End Team Lead to join their growing development team (fully remote for now, minimum 3 days a week when things calm). Much of their work is for not-for-profit and Tech-for-Good clients, plus in the last year they’ve had huge investment. Sound good so far? What skills you'll be needing Experience working as a Front-End Lead. Working knowledge of Drupal 8. HTML, CSS, JavaScript and working with CSS pre-processors like LESS and SASS. Knowledge of build tools such as Webpack, Grunt, Gulp or NPM scripts. Excellent understanding of the software development cycle, including development workflows, quality assurance cycles, and release management. Hold complex conversations with both technical and non-technical stakeholders. Ability to lead and work across multiple projects within an ever-changing agency environment. Experience managing developers, including regular 1:1 meeting’s and carrying out performance management and appraisal meetings. Nice to have Working knowledge of JavaScript frameworks such as Vue.js, Angular or React. Familiarity with CI/CD workflows. What you'll be doing As the Front-End Team Lead, you’ll carry out co-leadership of the development team alongside the Back-End Team Lead, ensuring developers have the tools and skills needed to deliver projects to a high standard. Motivate, coach and mentor developers, providing best practice advice on front-end development practices. You’ll Act as the lead developer on projects, working with both external and internal project teams to successfully deliver projects as well as line management of up to 6 developers, which includes setting SMART objectives, scheduling 1:1’s to govern adherence to KPI’s and objective, bi-annual performance management and appraisals. You’ll be working with the Delivery Lead to recruit and onboard new Front-End Developers, with a focus on front-end technical interview questions as well as handle escalations across the delivery team pertaining to Front End development. What you'll get in return for your talents As well as a competitive salary (£50K-60K) you’ll benefit from a training course and conference budget, pension scheme, your choice of hardware to work on, regular knowledge sharing events, bike hub – showers, lockers and secure lock-up within a smart digital studio right in the heart of Bristol. Working with passionate industry leaders in their field, you’ll be able to make a real difference right from the start and lead exciting projects in a very supportive down-to-earth team. What's next? Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV to Tareek now (01179 269 530 tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
  • 9th Apr

    Drupal Developer

    — Not for Profit / Tech for Good

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£50K
    Not-for-profit and Tech For Good clients. Drupal 8, opportunity to learn emerging tech. Solid base for stability in these tricky times, passionate tech team. One of Bristol’s best digital agencies is looking for a talented Mid/Senior Drupal Developer to join their further growing development team (fully remote for now and remote options moving forward). In the last year they’ve had huge investment and are in a strong position to grow the team considerably. Much of their work is for not-for-profit and Tech For Good clients, as well as a product focus with the opportunity to lead projects and learn from experienced developers around you in a fun and collaborative environment.    What skills you'll be needing Excellent knowledge of PHP and understanding of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) concepts. Have experience working with APIs e.g. (JSON/XML). Experience interacting with databases using SQL. Experience or working with Drupal 8. Familiarity with unit testing frameworks. Have an understanding of version control systems (they use Git). Experience of working in a busy development environment and understand that priorities can change quickly. The ability to understand problems and explain the complexity of them to both technical and non-technical stakeholders. Great communication and interpersonal skills, and a good sense of humour. Understand the software development lifecycle with a keen interest in user experience. What you'll be doing Working within their amazing team, you’ll be identifying requirements and planning out the technical approach to implement the right solution for their clients. You’ll be building web services and working with various APIs as well as helping develop custom back-end functionality for their clients’ websites. You’ll have the opportunity to help improve development methods and practices demonstrating a commitment to quality along with keeping up-to-date with the latest development trends and introducing new technologies where relevant and appropriate. Providing support and maintenance for their clients’ existing websites is as important as supporting other members of the development team through training, code review and knowledge shares. What you'll get in return for your talents As well as a competitive salary (£35-50K) you’ll benefit from a training, course and conference budget, pension scheme, your choice of hardware to work on, regular knowledge sharing events, bike hub – showers, lockers and secure lock-up within a smart digital studio right in the heart of Bristol. Working with passionate industry leaders in their field, you’ll be able to make a real difference right from the start and lead exciting projects in a very supportive down-to-earth team. What's next? Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV to Tareek now for immediate consideration (tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk 01179 269 530).
  • 8th Apr

    Software Implementer

    — EdTech software specialists

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £23K-£30K
    Very fast-growing EdTech software specialist. Innovative product to implement UK wide. Significant career development opportunities. Fantastic opportunity to join a top software business with offices in Bristol as a Software/Product Implementer. This well-established EdTech software specialist is having a really successful year and are looking to grow significantly. They’re looking for a talented Implementer to understand their products fully and deliver tailored implementation plans to clients across the country. What skills you’ll be needing Product or software implementation experience, if you’ve been an application support engineer training or helping customers with support issues this role could potentially suit you. Able to relate to and enthuse technical and non-technical people, employees and customers on a suite of products. Have a positive approach to learning new things, troubleshooting potential issues and to help provide solutions. Have a friendly, keen and engaging approach to implementation whilst staying abreast of product updates. What you’ll be doing You’ll carry out requirements gathering, implementation and training work streams within a project on time and budget whilst maintaining high client satisfaction. Contribute to planning project activities and provide logistical support as well as working directly with the client to create and administer the implementation project. You’ll have the confidence to lead requirements gathering sessions and translate them into the specific product. Maintaining documentation such as updates to user guides and FAQs will be expected of you. You’ll lead and assist in product configuration, testing and user training as well as working closely with project managers to support the client needs throughout the project. You’ll help improved communication between the client, Account Managers and Support Team as well as be an advocate for the business, by providing a high-quality service at all times. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return for your skills and hard work, you’ll be rewarded with a starting salary of up to £25-30K, a great package plus fantastic long-term prospects as they have really big plans for the future. They have a fantastic working environment with a smart central office, an Agile/Scrum approach and a strong focus on learning and development including the opportunity to pursue courses, certification and tech conferences. In addition, there’s structured career development for everyone with regular meetings, a company pension, retail discounts, company socials, free drinks and fruit all as a friendly and hardworking team to be a part of.  What’s next Think this is you? Send in your CV to Tareek now (01179 269 530).
  • 8th Apr

    C# Software Engineer

    — Brand-new scrum team

    Location:
    Malvern
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K - £45K
    World-leading products used by millions in the healthcare/pharma industry.  Flexible hours with remote working options. Rapid growth, constant progression & exposure to emerging tech.   A technology company who build some seriously progressive products used by Scientists & Engineers from a range of industries and organisations around the world are looking for Software Engineers as they look to further grow their technology function in Bristol. With a brand-new Scrum team to build and rapid growth plans in place for 2021, this is a great opportunity for a dedicated Engineer to progress their career further whilst rewarding themselves by solving real-life challenges through the use of tech.  What experience you’ll need Proven experience in C#.Net development, preferably within a product-driven environment.   Understanding of MS Azure; commercial experience would be preferred.  Knowledge of .Net Core or a desire to learn. Knowledge of Windows desktop/application development using WPF/MVVM. Agile experience including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD. Ability or ambition to lead & mentor a development team.  TFS knowledge would be beneficial. It’s important you are passionate about IT/Engineering and the problems faced. Great communication skills. Results-driven, you will be interested in self-development and learning from others. What you’ll be doing Joining a brand-new scrum team within the wider tech function in Bristol, you will support the design of well-structured and documented software applications using agile methods to ensure the design follows laid down codes of practice, software procedures and project life cycle methodologies following TickIT Plus standards. The business offer a massive range of products so some projects will be more focused on the desktop/software side but a lot of this is being migrated to the cloud so you'll be supporting with that transformation too. It’ll be expected you communicate well within your team, working closely with senior-lead engineers / testers to fix problems and create exciting solutions quickly and efficiently. You will look to be part of the drive within this company's innovation so enthusiasm and passion will go a long way.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be entitled to 23 days holiday (increasing to 25 with service), flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday, 37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity for remote working a few days a week (eventually). Healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution, 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. What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 7th Apr

    Senior Full-Stack Developer

    — EdTech software providers

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£60K
    Fully remote for now with the option to use their office if preferred. Outstanding career progression, greenfield products, Symfony/Laravel, Vue/React. Thriving EdTech company with planned growth. I’m helping good friends of ours in the EdTech space find a Senior Full-Stack Developer with excellent knowledge across PHP with MVC and Javascript. They produce some seriously smart software using Symfony, React & Vue to name a few and despite being a fairly young company, they’re roughly 40 strong. Feel like this could be a good fit for you? What experience you'll need Competent PHP developer. Competent Javascript developer. Solid MySQL experience. MVC frameworks e.g Symfony or Laravel. Good understanding and use of React or Vue. GIT. An understanding of the benefits of unit testing. An interest in working in an Agile environment. What you'll be doing To fit into the culture you must be ambitious, dedicated and innovative when it comes to seeking out better ways of creating software, plus you’ll have a true passion for technology and making things work well. You could be working on a range of longer life cycle projects, including performance management systems, as well as other platforms and high traffic international websites. You'll be taking part in code reviews, optimising and upgrading existing products as well as creating new ones from scratch, always ensuring they are the best they can be.  You’ll get involved in creating technical and functional designs, creating efficient and logical databases and possess significant knowledge of client server and internet systems architecture; a really varied, challenging and exciting role. Also, being able to support and educate more junior and midweight developers using good soft skills would be beneficial. What you'll get in return for your talents In return for your skills and hard work, you’ll be rewarded with a starting salary of up to £60K, a great package plus fantastic long-term prospects as they have really big plans for the future. They have a fantastic working environment with a smart central office, an Agile/Scrum approach and a strong focus on learning and development including the opportunity to pursue courses, certification and tech conferences.  You'll get to be involved with regular hackathons plus Friday beers, regular socials all within a friendly and hardworking team to be a part of.  They are really proud of what they produce, always sharing skills and ideas and constantly striving to produce their best software solutions yet. What's next Think it’s for you? Get your CV across now to Tareek for more information (01179 269 530).
  • 7th Apr

    Full-Stack JavaScript Developer

    — Diverse & inclusive software solutions start-up

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £55K
    Join a very talented cross-functional, agile team. Work with React, Redux, Node, AWS, IaC, TDD/BDD. Awesome working space, remote friendly. An intuitive software solutions provider has been extremely successful in recent years earning 2 million users for just one of their products with customers in 180+ countries. With a new owner and inspiring CEO on a global shift they are hiring for a Full-Stack JavaScript Developer with experience in the AWS ecosystem to work on their cloud-native platform.    What skills you’ll need Full-Stack JavaScript experience with modern libraries like React/TypeScript/Node.  Cloud-native experience. Knowledge of AWS or a similar platform with desire to learn AWS. Understanding of build tools like Webpack/NPM.  Advocate for BDD/TDD principles. Appreciation of DevOps.  Any experience with mobile apps, specifically using React Native, would be handy.  What you’ll be doing You’ll join a small, flat structured development team with a focus on creating new features & functionalities for their cloud-native web products. The role will involve a lot of collaboration with the product and UX teams to create user stories alongside other developers in your team. You’ll be implementing new features to existing web apps, writing readable, maintainable and testable code and validate new features with data-driven analytics. This role needs someone who has a drive to adopt cloud computing with an appreciation for DevOps/IaC; their approach involves continuously integrating & deploying your work to production through their CI pipeline.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be joining a very successful entrepreneurial company with brilliant leaders and inspiring team members working on great products that customers love. As well as a salary in-line with your experience you will get (generous) 29 days holiday + bank holidays, flexible working hours, remote working for those who need it. You’ll also be in an awesome space in a hub of innovation, free lunches on Wednesday, amazing technology and training and the opportunity to grow your own team. What’s next? Sound good? Give Joe a call to find out more!
  • 7th Apr

    Senior C# Software Engineer

    — Remote work, consistent bonus

    Location:
    Malvern
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £65K
    World-leading products used by millions in the healthcare/pharma industry.  Flexible hours with remote working options. Rapid growth, constant progression & exposure to emerging tech.   A technology company who build some seriously progressive products used by Scientists & Engineers from a range of industries and organisations around the world are looking for a Senior Software Engineer as they look to further grow their technology function in Malvern. With a brand-new Scrum team to build and rapid growth plans in place for 2021, this is a great opportunity for a dedicated Senior Engineer to progress their career further whilst rewarding themselves by solving real-life challenges through the use of tech.  What experience you’ll need Proven experience in C#.Net development, preferably within a product-driven environment.   Understanding of MS Azure; commercial experience would be preferred.  Knowledge of .Net Core would be beneficial. Knowledge of Windows desktop/application development using WPF/MVVM. Agile experience including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD. Ability or ambition to lead & mentor a development team.  TFS knowledge would be beneficial. What you’ll be doing Joining a brand-new scrum team within the wider tech function in Malvern, you will lead the design of well-structured and documented software applications using agile methods to ensure the design follows laid down codes of practice, software procedures and project life cycle methodologies following TickIT Plus standards. The business offer a massive range of products so some projects will be more focused on the desktop/software side but a lot of this is being migrated to the cloud so you'll be supporting with that transformation too. It’ll be expected you communicate well within your team, often leading sprint planning, sprint reviews, retrospectives etc. and to guide more junior developers whilst you do this. You will be able to provide guidance and design direction as appropriate whilst solving product problems with wider engineering teams. You’ll also acquire, maintain and disseminate knowledge of new software innovations and their potential application.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be entitled to 23 days holiday (increasing to 25 with service), flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday, 37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity for remote working a few days a week (eventually). Healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution, 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. What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Joe a call!
  • 6th Apr

    Full-Stack Developer (C#, JS, Azure)

    — Rapidly expanding FinTech scale-up

    Location:
    Cardiff
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £50K
    Forward-thinking scale-up with the security and financial stability of a larger business. Opportunity for future progression. Events, conferences, training, great offices and more! An exciting FinTech scale-up are continuing their growth and are now looking for a Senior Full-Stack Developer to help better app functionality & customer experience moving forward. You'll be based in nice, modern offices in Cardiff, complete with a games oom and free on site gym! They were named as one of Techworlds Top 10 UK FinTech Start-ups to watch and have only continued that success since. Significant new revenue and investment has allowed then to begin realising their ambitious growth plans and they have only followed on from that journey since.  What experience you'll need Understanding of C#.NET, MVC & SQL Server on the back-end. Significant front-end knowledge using things like Angular/React/TypeScript. Exerience working with Visual Studio and Source Control (TFS, VSTS). Experience working in a Scrum environment. An awareness of cloud technologies (Azure, AWS, Docker). DevOps/Automation experience is a bonus. What you'll be doing You will be working closely with the rest of the development team on a range of web applications, focused on adding new functionalities & improving customer experience. You'll need a proven & extensive understanding of the back-end as you'll be working on things like web services and their mobile app (iOS & Android, built using Ionic/Angular). It's an Agile environment and fast-paced with regular releases. Following a major partnership with a larger organisation, there are a number of key projects both ongoing and greenfield, primarily centred on continuous improvements to their product and maintaining the service/software that has been integrated into their partner's website and mobile app. What you'll get in return for your talents For starters, you will be in an environment that encourages personal development and wants to continue growing a progressive tech stack. You'll work in sweet offices with a games room, free gym and a sociable group who do everything from the standard Friday beers to attending events and hosting hackathons. Given their major partnership / investment, this is the perfect time to join the expanding team and there's excellent future progression available for all staff. What's next? Do you want to be a part of a truly exciting company? Then apply now or contact Joe for more information!
  • 6th Apr

    React Native Mobile Engineer

    — Innovative, progressive, seriously talented

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K-£60K
    Telematics apps, Web apps, AR, greenfield apps. Innovative digital products, impressive client base, R&D. Remote for now, eventually half your time spent in their Bristol office. A very progressive digital specialist in Bristol with a reputation for innovation and quality are looking to add to their strong technical team.  To be a React Native Mobile Engineer here you’ll already be well versed in building a wide range of apps across iOS and Android. Want to work with some seriously cool clients and incredibly talented developers? What skills you'll be needing Developing commercial mobile applications for iOS & Android. React Native. Objective-C and/or Swift. Experience using Java. JS/React JS. Nice to Have Typescript. You’ve worked with native bridge in react native. Knowledge of progressive Web Apps. What you'll be doing Working alongside some seriously talented developers you’ll be able to improve every element of your game on projects that are genuinely exciting.  They’re constantly inventing and re-inventing so need someone who keeps a keen interest in the latest and emerging tech.  Projects will include complex telematics app development, through to experimenting with AR. 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 audiences, exploring and encouraging the use of contemporary technologies and approaches. Think you’ve got what it takes? What you'll get in return for your talents There’s a real variety of work on offer from creating simple well-crafted web apps to complex, challenging technical builds… no day is likely to be the same as the one before here!  Salary up to £60K DOE + bens. Within the team they take part in regular R&D time (half a day per week) building new products and learning new tech as a group; many of the team have attended international tech conferences and gained certifications.  Progression, a training budget, pension, healthcare, long Christmas shutdown (2 weeks), Friday beers/takeaway, powerful kit and a programme of fun socials/trips. What's next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV and any examples of work to Tareek now for more info.
  • 5th Apr

    .Net Developer

    — Top Software House

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£50K
    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.  Post-lockdown this role is likely to be 2-3 days remote. What skills you'll need C#.Net development skills. SQL Server. HTML, CSS and JavaScript would be desireable. Understanding of object-oriented programming. Awareness or willing to learn Azure, AzureDevOps, Dynamics 365 or Umbraco. GIT. Familiar with working to agile/ scrum practices. 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 (£35K-£50K), 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!
  • 5th Apr

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Tech-for-Good, NFP, Charities

    Location:
    Bradford-on-Avon
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£45K
    Opportunity to work with a number of Tech-For-Good, NFP/Charities. Web, mobile, e-learning, digital transformation and more. Great culture, progressive company with an ethical focus. A top digital specialist with offices in Bradford-On-Avon are looking for a mid-senior Full-Stack Developer to join their growing team. They’re happy to offer 3 to 4 days remote working (post-Covid) and the chance to work on a wide range of interesting projects acting as lead on many of them. Sound interesting? What skills you’ll need C#, .NET / .NET Core, MVC / Razor, WCF services, Web API's. JavaScript (Angular JS, Bootstrap, JQuery would be ideal). Worked in an Agile/SCRUM environment. MS Workflow. AWS/Azure/Google Cloud. Experience in unit testing / TDD. Exposure to and keen to learn within the Cognitive Services and AI workspace. Provide excellent customer service. Nice to haves Xamarin. Android development experience. MySQL. What you’ll be doing They’re looking for a Software Developer who will work across a wide range of projects including charity websites, bespoke mobile apps, e-Learning platforms, helping companies reinvent themselves through digital transformation, as part of a multidisciplinary team (4 developers, 2 designers). They’re looking for someone who can manage their own time and delegate to the wider team whilst producing clean, efficient code based on specifications. As a role model within the team, you’ll be able to coach and support peers across development.  You will be following an agile methodology to plan, review and show product development through daily stand-ups, iteration planning, code reviews and show and tells. They’ll expect you to design systems from scratch and work through the end-to-end development lifecycle including integrating various 3rd party API’s. Experience of supporting and working with colleagues in sub-teams as well as estimating and task tracking within a dev Ops / Agile environment is essential.  Peer code reviews and work within an agile environment with the wider project delivery team to ensure outcomes are delivered to time and software is developed to the correct quality and standards. What you’ll get in return for your talents They’re really looking for someone with a passion for digital technologies and how they are changing the way we live and work. With a competitive salary of up to £45K DOE you can expect a good benefits package, a lovely office space (which you can access now if you’d prefer to be in), access to training and gaining certifications, socials, meet-ups, a focus on lifestyle and balance giving you the opportunity to work a 4 day week instead of 5. You’d be well looked after and be working with some seriously talented dev’s who are openminded and welcoming, with a focus on ethical companies, not-for-profit companies and B Corps. What’s next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV now to Tareek (01179 269 530 tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
  • 5th Apr

    Front-End Developer w/ React

    — web, app, eCommerce

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£40K
    Join a growing team to work on new web, app & eCommerce projects. Fun, creative culture, new and emerging tech, flexible and remote working. High profile client base, eCommerce specialists. An outstanding web development and eCommerce specialist in central Bristol is looking for an ambitious Front-End Developer with experience using React. You'll be joining a positive and creative team for now working fully remote, but with a view to maintain a mix of remote and on-site in their Bristol office once restrictions lift. Sound good so far? What skills you’ll need Solid background in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, ES6/7. Experience with React. Understanding of integrating RESTful API’s, AWS API’s and 3rd party libraries. Previous eCommerce project experience is ideal. Ideally you’ll have some examples of web builds and React use. What you’ll be doing As a Front-End Developer with good React experience you will play a key role in new and existing projects with long standing and highly valued clients. You'll be joining a team dedicated to taking projects from concept through to delivery, working closely with other developers, Project Managers, Designers and QA's as well as a client-side team to bring projects to life. As you'll already be working with React, you'll be encouraged to bring new technical ideas and creativity to the table as they’re a fun and talented bunch who collaborate well and who have a real passion for development – if you love to work on your own side projects you’ll fit in well here too. Occasionally you will be involved in the consulting period with clients so an ability to explain tech to non-tech will serve you well.  What you’ll get in return You’ll receive a salary paying between £30K-40K, 25 days annual leave with extra paid time off over Christmas, full remote working initially with plenty of flexibility once restrictions lift, awesome company culture with monthly socials. There’s a dedicated conference budget and you’ll have lots of R&D time and opportunities to work on your own projects, as well a company pension, cycle to work scheme and much more. What’s next? If this sounds like a great opportunity for you, send your CV to Tareek now!
  • 5th Apr

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Outstanding Digital Specialist

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£45K
    Ambitious tech-focused digital specialist, great team and culture, Remote for now but a mix of office based and remote once things calm. Big household name clients, progressive tech. One of Bristol’s fastest growing digital specialists are looking for a talented Full-Stack Developer as they look to grow their development team due to an influx of new exciting projects.  They’re a well-respected and highly creative digital agency in stunning central offices who build scalable web and mobile applications for some very famous brands.  The role will be particularly of interest to someone who likes to use progressive tech on new projects and who’ll get stuck into existing projects occasionally too. Think this could be you? What skills you'll need Good commercial experience of React & Node.js. Good use of HTML & CSS. Composer (Updating, installing). GIT version control experience. You’ll need to have a real passion for technology. Nice to have Use of Drupal. DevOps experience. AWS. Server maintenance. Jira ticketing system. What you'll be doing Developing exciting new features and functionality for a suite of online web applications and tools as well as coordinating with project managers and clients as part of their internal sprint process. Being able to ideate, propose then scope future work is essential as well as monitoring tickets (Jira) and proactively updating their internal documentation (Confluence) to keep development flowing smoothly. Working alongside their in-house UX and design teams, offering feedback to ensure they hit their high standards for both device compatibility and accessibility when it comes to build is essential. Joining in their developer peer-review process, reviewing code and discussing your code with others will be expected too. What you'll get in return for your talents They have a fantastic culture here and a quirky but nicely designed open plan office space in the heart of town.  You’ll be able to take advantage of training courses, ‘lunch and learns’, hacks, certs, R&D, access to tech events, generous salary (up to £45K), decent holidays (inc long Christmas shut-down), company pension scheme, cycle to work, regular ‘bake offs’, sports events, massages/yoga classes, plenty of socials/trips and much more.  There’s great long-term progression as they grow the team around you and the flexibility and support you need to learn and get some seriously impressive projects under your belt.  What's next? Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV for more info to Tareek (tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk 01179 269 530).
  • 4th Apr

    iOS Developer

    — innovative cyber security business

    Location:
    Cheltenham
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £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 Developer 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 up to £60K 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 Joe now!
  • 4th Apr

    Senior Backend Developer

    — Innovative, progressive, seriously talented

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-£50K
    Innovative digital products, amazing client base. Exciting projects, progressive tech, great team. R&D, training/conference budget, hacks and more. A hugely successful digital specialist in Bristol with a reputation for innovation and quality are looking to add to their 25 strong technical team.  They’re looking for an enthusiastic, experienced developer with plenty of.NET and Azure experience, who has worked with .NET-based CMS. Think this could be a good fit for you? What skills you'll be needing C#, .NET. Sitecore or Umbraco. Azure. HTML, CSS. JavaScript/TypeScript. Modern infrastructure architecture patterns (including on-premises, hybrid and cloud). Modern application architecture patterns. Application security and best practices. Performance optimisation and testing techniques. Nice to Have E-commerce. Payment gateway integration Agile or similar. React. What you'll be doing Working alongside some seriously talented developers you’ll be able to improve every element of your game on projects that are genuinely exciting.  They’re constantly inventing and re-inventing so need someone who keeps a keen interest in the latest and emerging tech.  Projects will include telematics app development and complex web builds through to eCommerce site maintenance and CMS builds. Responsibilities include; writing high-quality software in C#, working with Microsoft Azure, peer reviewing code, leading some projects, mentoring more junior software engineers, contributing to improving their ways of working and processes, exploring and encouraging the use of cutting-edge technology, feeding in to estimates for projects, communicating complex technical solutions to both technical and non-technical audiences and solving interesting problems of all shapes and sizes. Think you’ve got what it takes? What you'll get in return for your talents If you’re looking for variety of work then look no further, with a mixing of simple well-crafted solutions to complex, challenging technical builds. Salary up to £50K DOE + bens. Within the team they take part in regular R&D time (half a day per week) building new products and learning new tech as a group; many of the team have attended international tech conferences and gained certifications.  Serious career progression, a training budget, pension, healthcare, long Christmas shutdown (2 weeks), Friday beers/takeaway, powerful kit and a programme of fun socials/trips. What's next Send in your CV and any examples of work to Tareek now for more info.
  • 3rd Apr

    Back-End Engineers (Java, .Net or Node)

    — Chance to learn another server-side language

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive (Please ask)
    Delivery-focused digital hub within a global tech business. Chance to pick up a huge range of tech across a wide range of industries. High-level creative solutions for iconic brands and household names. An internationally renowned digital tech giant is continuing to scale up their South West Tech Hub with plans to hire several Back-End Engineers throughout 2021. With scope to grow from 60 to 200 over the next 2 years, this opportunity will offer excellent scope for progression and a great chance to pick up a range of modern and emerging technology whilst supporting a diverse project base with some of the industry's leaders in tech. Please note that you’ll need to be eligible for SC clearance due to the nature of some of the projects. They're considering applicants from mid-senior level. What skills you’ll need Proven experience with either Java, C#.Net or Node on the server-side.  Relevant tools and frameworks like Spring/Hibernate, or ASP.Net/.Net Core.   Working knowledge of an automation testing tool (Junit, Spock, Gatling or Selenium). Ability to create RESTful API’s and use source control, ideally Git.  Understanding of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes).  Exposure to at least one cloud platform (AWS, Azure, GCP, Digital Ocean etc.) An awareness of the DevOps culture of working would be beneficial.  Relational & non-relational database knowledge. An understanding or awareness of JavaScript & front-end development. Background in an Agile/Scrum environment. They are happy to consider any Back-End Engineer with skills in Java, C#, Node or similar. Due to the multi-project nature, there are options to cross-train into another language so you can work on different projects across the team! (e.g. joining as a Java Engineer, skilling up in Node then re-deploying onto another project).  What you’ll be doing Joining a solution-oriented team with scope for rapid expansion, you will be responsible for building a variety of progressive digital solutions across the business’ global client base. You will play a key role in leading the design, development and integration of large-scale technical platforms, from eCommerce platforms to cloud based CRM applications and more. Working with such a diverse range of clients, you will need to be adaptable to various frameworks and ways of working, gathering requirements and developing maintainable solutions compatible with existing technology environments. You will adopt a DevOps approach to development, using a range of deployment and automation tools.  What you’ll get in return for your talents An incredible opportunity to work for a Times Top 50 Employer who’ve won awards for their flexibility in the workplace. They are offering a competitive salary with outstanding long-term progression, training and development, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays (25 days), a discretionary bonus, healthy pension (matched up to 8%) and a flexible benefits scheme tailored to your preferences!  This is a fantastic chance to be a key part of a growing technology team in stunning new offices designed to hold regular tech meetups, show and tells and drive innovation through their work (once restrictions lift).  What’s next? To hear more about this great opportunity, send your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more. 
  • 2nd Apr

    Full-Stack PHP Developer

    — Health care software

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£45K
    Fully remote for now, then 1 or 2 days remote a week if needed. MVC & modern JS libraries across all projects. Flat structure, talented developers, family culture. A very rewarding position at a growing and award-winning software company is here! They’re looking for a talented Full-stack Developer to join their team of developers and contribute in the production of healthcare apps that help in the recovery of mental health patients. Think this could be something you’d like to be involved in? What skills you’ll be needing Strong PHP & Javascript experience. Any MVC experience (Symfony/Laravel/Slim). Any modern JS libraries (React/Vue/Node). Git version control. Ability to pair-programme on a daily basis. Culture fit is as important as having the required technical ability. What you’ll be doing As a development team they work very closely pair programming on a daily basis as well as white-boarding and architecting. Collaboratively reviewing every line of code is key and being onboard with everyone across the flat structured team is crucial. Their current main project is a patient management system that supports mental health patients and at present all dev’s are involved, recently adding video calling to the system, integration with different 3rd party services as well as building & interacting with APIs. You’ll be adding new features and have a direct influence on the platform, all within an Agile environment. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return for your skills and hard work, you’ll be rewarded with a starting salary of up to £45K, a great package plus fantastic long-term prospects as they have really big plans for the future. They have a fantastic working environment, work collaboratively, advocates of pair-programming (none of their coding is carried out solo) and a flat structure. Working together and bringing on like-minded dev’s is essential to them. Other benefits; personal training and conference budget, monthly developer lunches (usually pizza), quarterly hack days, private health insurance and pension. They really do have fun while they work and are passionate about technology. What’s next Think this is you? Send in your CV to Tareek now.
  • 2nd Apr

    C# .NET Developer

    — Outstanding Digital Specialist

    Location:
    Cardiff
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£50K
    Best Digital Product Business in South Wales. Huge investment in training and development. Exposure to the latest methodologies, awesome projects and a fun team. A talented C# .Net Developer is needed to join and influence one of the biggest and best Digital Product business' in South Wales at their amazing studio in Cardiff (fully remote for now, eventually a split between office and remote). They have multiple offices across major cities within the UK and are continuing their growth at a fast pace. This is a great chance and time to join. What skills you'll need Expert understanding of the .Net Framework (MVC, .Net Core, API’s). Commercial awareness of Continuous Integration methodologies and toolsets (Azure DevOps and build & release pipelines). Proven exposure to service orientated architectures. Working knowledge of Visual Studio IDE. Experience of component-based solution development. Understanding/willingness to work with Sitecore. They work within an Agile scrum set-up so any experience or understanding of this would be desirable. What you'll be doing You’ll be joining a project team that consists of a project manager, two back-end developers, two front-end developers, a QA, a Product owner and a designer to work on one large project, but also potential to have a couple of smaller projects running alongside. Your primary responsibility will be to deliver end-to-end web-based solutions, developing well-renowned big brand websites and developing new features throughout. The ability to switch from project to project when needed is key in this role as well as being able to solve technical issues and to produce realistic time estimates. You’ll be working in a collaborative team so when necessary, it’s all about helping any other colleagues when they need it (of course this help goes both ways!). What you'll get in return for your talents This is a great opportunity to join an award-winning company that provides fantastic training, development and working culture for their staff, a salary of up to £50K for the right person and a large amount of funding in place for training and CPD. Part of this is attending tech meetups and conferences (now online) where possible but they'll also support wherever else they can for you to build your technical knowledge and abilities. All developers are able to work directly with customers, providing a sense of real professional responsibility. With smart offices and a fun environment, you'll get a competitive salary, along with the usual Friday drinks, Games, team events/socials, hackathons, football/sports teams and more. What's next? If you're ready to join a truly amazing company and push your career, then please send your CV to Tareek asap.
  • 30th Mar

    Frontend Developer - React

    — Growing environmental B-Corp!

    Location:
    Manchester
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £75,000
    Mission-led environmental B-Corp. Fully remote and flexible working environment. Progressive tech stack and collaborative environment. I am working with an amazing B-Corp business who are driving positive change in human behaviours that will have huge impact on the environment and planet. The company has partnered with market leading organisations across the UK and is now well underway with breaking into the European market so it’s a really exciting time to join the business. What you’ll be doing. Working within a small but growing team you will define and build features across the company’s interactive pages and development roadmap using React. The team working fully remotely but are highly collaborative, initiating pair programming on a regular basis and (when it is safe to do so) meeting up once a quarter.  What experience you’ll need to apply. Solid core coding experience with HTML and CSS. Experience building web-based applications using ReactJS. Curios about new and emerging technologies. Eagerness to be a part of a fast-paced, growing business. Comfortable working within a distributed team. Highly developed communication skills. A keen interest in sustainability and the business mission. What you’ll get in return for your experience. A competitive salary + benefits, including potential for equity, training budgets, remote and flexible working environment. Applicants from anywhere in the UK welcome! (Bristol, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, London, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Nottingham, Cardiff, Sheffield, Leeds, York, Southampton, Cambridge, Conventry, Leicester, Brighton, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Bradford, Oxford, Norwich, Swansea, Exeter, Bath, Milton Keynes, Bournemouth) What’s next? To apply, send your CV to becca@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or call on 0117 926 9530.  
  • 30th Mar

    Full-Stack Developer (PHP)

    — digital specialist, huge growth

    Location:
    Somerset
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K - £40K
    Hugely respected Somerset Digital Agency. Lead small builds, pick up Laravel & Symfony. 2/3 days remote working, social, fun studio. Top digital specialist with offices in Bridgwater are looking for a talented developer to join their growing digital tech team. With a big focus on eCommerce they have been busier than ever over the past few years and are in need of an experienced Full Stack Developer to come to deliver slick and immersive websites and applications to their widely varied client base.  You will play a key role evaluating and selecting tech for new projects picking up new tech as you go along. What skills you’ll be needing Strong HTML, CSS, JavaScript/JQuery and PHP development skills. Solid understanding of MySQL Wordpress development experience (not just theming). GIT/Version control. Understanding or willingness to learn Laravel or Symfony. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, juggling multiple projects at once. A good team player, able to learn quickly and work with non-tech people effectively. What you’ll be doing Joining a close-knit team of you will be developing responsive websites and slick web applications for clients of all sizes.  You’ll be able to apply your knowledge of cross-browser/device testing and be given time to experiment, research and develop new ideas as you go.  As a key part of the business, they’ll look for you to pass on your skills to others as they grow and lead small projects working directly with clients and the client support team. It’s a fast-paced environment where you’ll be juggling multiple projects at once. They’re a really supportive bunch with a great sense of humour making it a fun place to work. What you’ll get in return Lots of fantastic projects to sink your teeth into and a role within a collaborative, sociable and progressive digital team for starters.  You’ll receive a salary paying up to £40K plus company pension, generous holiday allowance and access to training where relevant on offer and a healthy supply of biscuits, decent coffee and Friday beers.  You’ll be able to progress with them to a senior level and there’ll be great opportunities to learn new tech without stepping on any egos.  They’ll value you as a key member of the team and you’ll have some really impressive examples of work to add to your portfolio. What’s next Keen to hear more?  Send in your CV now for more info to Mike.
  • 24th Mar

    Full-Stack JavaScript Developer

    — Join the GreenTech revolution!

    Location:
    Remote / Gloucester
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £45K
    Tech-first clean energy start-up. Fully remote with occasional trips to Gloucester.  Ambitious growth, progressive tech, lots of progression.  I’m helping a brand-new energy start-up to find a Full-Stack App Developer to join a small but growing team in Gloucester (or remotely). Their solution utilises AI software which allows energy trading between homes to save people up to 70% on their bills! They launched in 2019, since then they’ve grown to c40 people and have no plans to slow down. With an ambitious technology roadmap in place and plans to grow the development team further, this role plays an integral part in scaling their applications up and introducing new and emerging tech.  What experience you’ll need Background in Full-Stack JavaScript development. Their stack is: NodeJS / TypeScript on server-side  VueJS, NuxtJS and React Native on front-end Proven understanding of DevOps cultures.  Experience with CI/CD using Netlify or similar.  Sound knowledge of AWS and it’s ecosystem (EC2, RDS, S3, Lambda).  Experience with Docker/Kubernetes would be very beneficial.  Ability to test your own work.  Understanding of SQL, PostgreSQL, CockroachDB or similar. Agile development principles.  Any knowledge of things like Python, PHP or Rust would be amazing, but not essential.  What you’ll be doing Joining a team of 4 Developers and reporting into the Tech Director, you’ll support the business in designing and implementing the next-gen of their tech solutions, building on their current application suite and supporting the migration away from legacy code (though your main focus will be on introducing new tech, rather than on legacy apps). This role will be operating in a true DevOps culture which involves setting up CI pipelines from the ground up and managing all aspects of the AWS ecosystem. There isn’t much of a testing set up in place so it’s expected that you’ll help to formalise a process, as well as improving internal system integrations in line with their tech roadmap. As a small start-up you’ll wear a few hats, meaning you’ll need to be adaptable and be comfortable liaising with both internal and external stakeholders, including their R&D division.  What you’ll get in return for your talents This role is just about fully remote, though you’ll need to be happy coming to their Gloucester office 2-3 times a month for strategic 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 green tech revolution!  What’s next? Like the sounds of this one? Get in touch with Joe to find out more. 
  • 22nd Mar

    Full-Stack Developer

    — React, Node, Build Incredible Products

    Location:
    Remote or Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £32K-£50K
    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, Lamda, 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 (£35-50K), 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).
  • 19th Mar

    Senior Front-End Developer

    — Top Digital Specialist

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£55K
    Hugely successful digital agency with 3 UK offices. Work on projects for some massive brands in a small, experienced team. HTML5, CSS3. JavaScript. One of Bristol’s most successful digital agencies is looking for a talented Senior Front-End Developer to join their small but experienced team.  You’ll be part of the delivery of everything from cross device responsive websites, to mobile apps, to real time systems integrating with 3rd party platforms. The role is fully remote for now moving to 2-3 days remote per week post-Covid. What skills you'll be needing Proven experience of building website UIs on CMS platforms such Umbraco and Contentful. Extensive experience and knowledge of building UIs using standard web technologies. JavaScript. CSS. Accessible and SEO friendly HTML. Experience in using TypeScript is an advantage. A working understanding of Node.js, NPM and front-end build/pre-processor technologies is desirable. Demonstrable understanding of Agile methodologies and frameworks, such as Scrum The ability to research and share solutions to problems, in order to learn or provide evidence to support ideas. An understanding of web application security risks and mitigation techniques Desirable, experience with CI/CD processes to manage front-end code, including tooling such as Azure DevOps Git, including branch management techniques A keen interest in seeking out and learning new technologies and methodologies What you'll be doing From day one you’ll be playing a key role as the main front-end developer working on some key projects for some high value clients who are using technology in a really innovative way.  You will be working within cross-functional teams to implement high quality, high performance multi device, multi-channel digital programmes across the agency’s client base using the most appropriate technology.  They will look for you to mentor and coach junior developers when required and help them deliver enterprise-level solutions with BDD. Their tech team are always curious when it comes to technology and being a creative company they encourage experimentation and imagination; you’ll be asked for your opinions regularly and will be able to research and share solutions to problems. What you'll get in return for your talents The role offers an amazing opportunity to work with some big clients on challenging and forward-thinking projects in a company that values it’s staff.  There’s a starting salary of to £55K plus 23 days hol (and the option to buy/sell another 5), enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave, Simplyhealth plan, volunteer days, summer and winter socials, trips, lunch clubs, sports teams and much more.  They have a structured career development plan and excellent training options, there’s a good chance you could move up quickly as the team grows into a leadership or architecture role if you wanted to. What's next Like the sound of this one?  Send your CV in now for more info to Mike.
  • 18th Mar

    Technical Lead

    — PHP, Laravel, Vue, AWS stack

    Location:
    Bath / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K - £70K
    Lead the future development of an award-winning product.  Chance to grow an engineering team around you.  Tech4Good role with significant impact on charitable projects. I’m helping an award-winning EdTech scale-up to find a Tech Lead to join small but growing team, with scope to shape the future progression of their platform. The product is designed to support children all across the world, providing personalised approaches to different learning styles, strengths and weaknesses. With lovely offices in Bath and scope to work from home 2-3 days a week once restrictions lift, this is a great chance for a Technical Lead to make a real-life difference through Tech4Good.  What skills you’ll need Proven experience in a Lead role, preferably split between hands-on and off. Comfortable with strategic work at management level. Full-Stack expertise with fluency in PHP/Laravel, or another open source stack. Experience with JavaScript/Vue on the front-end, or a similar modern library.  Significant knowledge of API and Microservices development.  Automated and unit testing experience, using things like PHPUnit or similar.  Understanding of the AWS ecosystem (EC2, RDS, Aurora etc.).  Appreciation for scalability and usability.  Any mobile experience would be beneficial.  What you’ll be doing Joining a team of 7 with scope to grow rapidly, you’ll take the lead on future development of the business’ award-winning learning platform. There is already an established customer base which is growing constantly, so your focus will be on adding new features and functionalities to the platform with scalability and usability at the forefront of your approach. You’ll work to architecture level and support the business with R&D; there’s a lot of flexibility to introduce new tools and frameworks to benefit the product. There are ambitious plans to scale up and it’s expected that you’ll head up growth of the engineering team, so any previous experience in hiring would be really useful. This role is about 25% hands-on with the rest being leadership and strategic work, so you'll need to be comfortable becoming more hands-off as the team grows. What you’ll get in return for your experience This business are massive advocates for R&D so you can be sure you’ll be in an environment that will support you in introducing new tools, frameworks and emerging tech. They offer a healthy salary with share options, remote working 2-3 days a week (once restrictions lift) and flexible working arrangements for those who need it. As well as that, they offer 25 days hols, onsite parking, various perks like gym membership, weekly lunches, socials (soon!) and a healthy pension scheme. More than anything, this Tech4Good role will allow you to rest easy, knowing that you’re working on pioneering products that will support children in education across the globe.  What's next? Sound like the role for you? Send your profile to Joe or give us a call to find out more!
  • 18th Mar

    Senior Front-End Developer

    — IoT, React.js

    Location:
    Bristol or Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K-£60K
    Incredible product with substantial new client wins. React, JavaScript, UI development. Remote working, friendly team and fast-track career development. A well-backed and exciting start-up who create intuitive software solutions, native applications and platforms is looking for a Senior 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're looking to bolster their front-end team further. Experience you'll need Excellent front-end development experience, with great examples of work to show. React.js experience is essential (Hooks rather than Redux) 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 doing You 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 talents Along with a salary between £50-60K, up to 10% bonus, 25 days holiday, pension, choose your own kit, team social trips, coffee, fruit, beers etc. It’s a rare position with the opportunity to grow with a thriving start-up who will reward you for your efforts and move you up quickly.  You'll be working on a product that is already smashing it in it's market and help them add even more cool features and products. What's next? If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Mike a shout (01179269530, mike@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
  • 17th Mar

    Full-Stack Engineer

    — Award-winning start-up with no plans to slow down!

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £60K
    Robotics engineering start-up utilising AI/ML tech.  Tech4Good, help to protect the safety of citizens and infrastructure. Relaxed R&D environment, diverse tech, remote working.  Want to work on products that will help protect the safety of citizens and infrastructure across the world? This fast-growing start-up in Bristol are doing exactly that! After winning several tech awards in 2020 and further investment into the New Year, this company are looking for a Full-Stack Engineer to join their team, with the option to work remotely with a trip to the office 3-4 times a month.  What skills you'll need Full-Stack capability, ideally leaning towards the server-side.  Proven background in Python/Django - another web framework is also fine.  Front-End JavaScript (React) experience, or a similar modern JS library.  Cloud-native development knowledge using AWS (EC2, RDS, S3 etc.).  Awareness of DevOps ways of working, CI/CD, Containers, IaC etc. Data management skills would be useful. Experience with PostgreSQL/Dynamo/MongoDB.  Knowledge or interest in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning would be great. Knowledge of things like Microservices, Nginx, Flask, TypeScript, AuthO would be handy, but not essential.  What you'll be doing Joining a small, multi-functional Agile team, you’ll be supporting the build and delivery of a large-scale data platform. Your focus will vary from front-end features to server-side complexity, plus data storage and processing pipelines, with the architecture being Microservices-based. Being a fast-growing start-up, adaptable mindsets are needed as no day will be the same. You’ll be implementing secure and efficient APIs and playing an integral role in the frameworks and tooling used for future progression of the product base. There will be a good chance for this role to progress as the team scales up, so if you have a desire to move into more of a Tech Lead role later down the line, this role could be a great next step and I’d love to hear from you.   What you'll get in return for your talents This is an incredible opportunity to work for an award-winning start-up with no plans to slow down. Along with a healthy salary, you be part of a relaxed R&D environment who advocate for mentorship over micro-management. The benefits include 25 days holiday a year + bank hols, flexible working options with core and compressed hours, a generous pension scheme, in-house Gym, sponsorship to attend any relevant worldwide conferences and training and the freedom to come up with your own new ideas. You’ll be able to work from home most of the time if you wish, with a trip to the office in Bristol 3-4 times a month for team meetings.  What's next? Like the look of this one? Get in touch with Joe to find out more. 
  • 16th Mar

    Ruby Developer

    — Multi award-winning, MVP specialist

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K-£45K
    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 Ruby on Rails Developer to work on some amazing projects.  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. What skills you’ll be needing In depth experience with Ruby on Rails (RoR) or other (PHP, Python etc) and strong willingness to learn. Excellent general web development skills with HTML, CSS, JavaScript. SQL (MySQL/PostgreSQL) Experience building scalable web applications and performance optimisation. Knowledge or experience of AWS infrastructure. Able to quickly understand, assess, estimate client requirements with a high attention to detail. 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 (£30-45K), 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)
  • 15th Mar

    Node Developer

    — Innovative, progressive, seriously talented

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K-£55K
    Opportunity to showcase your Node experience whether it be at midweight or senior level. Quality driven with innovative thinking, amazing clients and strong R&D. Friendly, sociable team, fantastic career development. Friends of ours at a truly innovative and progressive digital product house are looking to take on a talented Node Developer to add to their already strong development team. This is a rare and very exciting opportunity to work for one of the South-West’s best at their beautiful countryside studio near Bath. Sound good? Are you already using Node regularly in your current role? What skills you'll be needing Good experience using Node commercially. Experience in Git. Understanding of Service Oriented Architectures, integration patterns and RESTful web services. Good experience of API integration. Working knowledge of testing frameworks (Jest). Commercial experience of creating high volume, complex applications. Experience of supporting and extending systems and code developed by teams other than your own. Experience of working in a fast-paced commercial environment where products have to be delivered to fixed timescales. What you'll be doing They need someone who is competent with Node and AWS, and not just using backend API/services, but designing/developing them too. 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 (01179 269 530 tareek@adlib-recuitment.co.uk)
  • 14th Mar

    PHP Developer

    — UK fully remote, WordPress

    Location:
    Fully UK Remote or Taunton
    Type:
    Salary:
    £25K-£35K
    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. What experience you’ll need Expertise with PHP, MySQL. Knowledge or understanding of MVC frameworks (one of Laravel, Symfony, CodeIgniter, Zend etc.) 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 WordPress, 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 £35,000, 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).
  • 13th Mar

    Automation Tester

    — FinTech scale-up, modern tech

    Location:
    South Cardiff
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £40K
    Forward-thinking scale-up with the security and financial stability of a larger business. Opportunity for future progression. Events, conferences, training, great offices and more! An exciting FinTech scale-up are continuing their successful growth and are looking for an Automation Tester to join them in their South Cardiff office. You'll be based in nice, modern offices complete with a games room and free on-site gym (once restrictions lift…)! Throughout their journey they were named as one of Techworld’s Top 10 UK FinTech start-ups to watch and have only continued that success since. Significant revenue and investment has allowed them to begin realising their ambitious growth plans and they have only followed on from that journey since. What experience you'll need Proven experience in automation testing. Familiarity with automation tools across UI automation, API testing, Performance, Mocking etc. Ability to read and review code, ideally C#.Net and JavaScript.  Awareness of cloud technologies, preferably MS Azure.  Appreciation for DevOps best practice, CI/CD, automation, release, deployments etc.  Knowledge of various Test Management tools for tracking and reporting.  Experience in an Agile/Scrum environment.  Effective communicator, solid analysis and problem-solving skills. What you'll be doing Joining a talented cross-functional team made up of Developers, Designers and Product specialists, you’ll provide both manual and automated testing capability with a focus on automation due to the business’ frequent release schedule through continuous delivery. You’ll be given a lot of autonomy over the tools you use and your approach to working, working closely with the Developers to establish a comprehensive and robust test framework utilising modern best practice. You’ll participate in code reviews, act as an advocate for clean quality code as well as being adaptable enough to jump between projects when needed. What you'll get in return for your talents For starters, you will be in an environment that encourages personal development and wants to continue growing a progressive tech stack. You'll work in sweet offices (remote to start off with) complete with games room, free gym and a sociable group who do everything from the standard Friday beers to attending events and hosting hackathons. Given their major partnership / investment, this is the perfect time to join the expanding team and there's excellent future progression available for all staff. Benefits include 24 days hols, annual bonus up to 20%, mental well-being support, free parking, healthy pension and more.  What's next? Do you want to be a part of a truly exciting company? Then apply now or contact Joe for more information.  
  • 12th Mar

    Front-End Developer

    — Outstanding Digital Specialist

    Location:
    Cardiff
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£40K
    Best Digital Product Business in South Wales. Huge investment in training and development. Learn latest JS frameworks, awesome projects and fun team. A talented Front-End Developer is needed to join one of the biggest and best Digital Product business' in South Wales at their amazing studio in Cardiff. They have multiple offices across major cities within the UK and are continuing their growth at a fast pace. This is an exciting opportunity to join a team that is extremely driven whilst remaining friendly and fun. What skills you'll need Excellent HTML5 and CSS3 skills. Sitecore or CMS experience is essential. Solid SASS skills or at least a very strong understanding of pre-processors. Knowledge of JavaScript such as ES6, React.js, Object-Orientated and Functional programming. Gulp/Webpack or similar experience. Git version control experience. They work within an Agile scrum set-up so any experience or understanding of this would be desirable. What you'll be doing Your primary responsibility will be working with the team to deliver end-to-end web-based solutions, developing well-renowned, big brand websites developing new features throughout. It'll involve a healthy mix of Greenfield, improvement and maintenance projects which will require you to be extremely detail driven and care about interaction and design. Part of the role will involve investigating customers' problems, working with other team members across front-end, back-end, product owners, project managers etc to solve any technical issues and providing solutions. It's all about helping any other colleagues when they need it (of course this help goes both ways!). You'll also have the opportunity to use emerging tech and learn along the way. Once things calm, there’ll be a need to once in a while visit their Manchester office, fully remote for now. What you'll get in return for your talents This is a great opportunity to join an award-winning company that provides fantastic training, development and working culture for their staff with a large amount of funding in place for training and CPD. Part of this is attending tech meetups and conferences where possible but they'll also support wherever else they can for you to build your technical knowledge and abilities. All developers are able to work directly with customers, providing a sense of real professional responsibility. With smart offices and a fun environment, you'll get a competitive salary (£30K-£40K) along with the usual Friday drinks, Xbox, team events/socials, hackathons, football/sports teams and more. What's next? If you're ready to join a truly amazing company and push your career forward then please send your CV to Tareek asap (tareek@adlib-recuitment.co.uk 01179 269 530).
  • 10th Mar

    Senior/Lead Cloud Software Engineer

    — IoT, Robotics, Serverless, Connected Products

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive (Please ask)
    Global business with a tech division overlapping into IoT/Robotics. Cutting edge tech, R&D, progressive world-leading business. Progression into a Lead role. One of the UK’s most innovative technology companies are looking for a Senior/Lead Cloud Software Engineer to join their Wiltshire-based cloud robot team. With a diverse and progressive product base to involve yourself in, surrounded by a team of talented Engineers with ranging backgrounds, this is an awesome chance for someone to grow into a lead position (unless you’re already there!) whilst working on some incredible projects in the IoT/Robotics world.  What skills you’ll need Back-End focused with proven experience in C#, Python or NodeJS, preferably in a production environment.  Significant knowledge of cloud-native development (ideally AWS) & serverless architecture.  Automated testing, unit testing experience.  Awareness of connected products, scalability, micro-service architecture, distributed applications etc.  Infrastructure-as-Code (CloudFormation/Terraform). CI/CD experience (CD is most important), flexible on which tools.  Ability to lead and mentor juniors. Comfortable working Agile/Scrum.  They’re happy to look at other server-side backgrounds if you bring significant cloud-native experience. What you’ll be doing Joining a 5-person cloud robot team as a Senior-Lead Engineer, you’ll be covering a variety of projects, focused on building new connected product features as well as enhancing the pre-existing platform using C#/Node, bits of Python and a range of monitoring & automation tools. The business work Agile and are huge advocates for paired/mob programming, which you’ll need to be comfortable with as most of the time you’ll be coding in teams. You’ll be involved in daily stand-ups & fortnightly sprints. Most of the projects you’d focus on are centred on IoT & Robotics so you will have plenty of variety, making adaptability is essential. The long-term goal for this role is to evolve into more of a Technical Lead position so you will need to be willing & prepared to make that transition later down the line.  What you’ll get in return for your experience An incredible opportunity to work for a global giant offering a competitive salary with long term progression, training and development, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays, annual bonus, flexi-time/remote working 2-3 days a week, health options, pension scheme, smart offices, R&D time and more. 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? Really exciting role here – want to hear more? Give Joe a call or send us your CV now! 
  • 9th Mar

    PHP/Magento Developer

    — Top eCommerce Specialist

    Location:
    Bristol/Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £32K-£45K
    Award winning Magento experts, beautifully crafted eCommerce sites, top clients. Fun technology company, complex and challenging projects. Become a key part of the business and influence tech strategy. An ambitious, award-winning and fast-growing tech company in Bristol are looking for someone who shares their passion for all things Magento. This friendly bunch work with a number of well-known names across varied industries delivering beautifully crafted Magento eCommerce sites whilst maintaining a reputation of being one of the top Magento specialists in the UK. So far so good?  It is possible to work 100% remotely for this role (UK based only) with a couple of trips per year to the Bristol office. What experience you'll need Knowledge of the Magento Open Source & Commerce platform (formerly Community and Enterprise Edition) Solid commercial experience of PHP and/or MySQL Experience writing code in HTML, Javascript, XML and using libraries such as jQuery and Knockout.js Understanding of Git version control Demonstrates a good understanding of Unix at a minimum of user-level Strong understanding of ecommerce websites Ability to use design and general office applications What you'll be doing You'll be developing high functioning and quality Magento eCommerce websites for varied brands and companies. The role will involve working closely with project managers, QA testers, suggesting new ideas or tech whilst supporting Junior developers in project delivery.  You'll be responsible for developing bespoke solutions for a number of clients, as well as providing support to their existing code base. They're big fans of code reviews, peer programming and will look for you to help to mentor and support new team members as the company continues to grow.  They're always on the hunt for great meetups and events to attend and are promising R&D time as part of the working set up. What you'll get in return for your talents You'll get to work on some thoroughly worthwhile projects, pick up new tech and develop your skills in an informal, fun working culture for a business that's growing nicely.  In addition, they offer a competitive salary (Up to £45K DOE), Christmas shutdown and 20 days holiday + 8 bank holidays, 3% employer pension contribution into an auto enrolment scheme, entry onto yearly bonus scheme which is based upon the previous year’s profit, Friday breakfast sandwiches and beers in the PM, fruit, snacks and drinks provided, Quarterly staff event. A very enjoyable and relaxed culture with friendly bunch of people who are tight-knitted and get on very well with one another. What’s next Sound ideal?  Send in your CV with examples of work to Ellen (01179269530) for immediate consideration.
  • 9th Mar

    Full-Stack PHP Developer (CRM)

    — Join the GreenTech revolution!

    Location:
    Remote / Gloucester
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £50K
    Tech-first clean energy start-up. Fully remote with occasional trips to Gloucester.  Ambitious growth, progressive tech, lots of progression.  I’m helping a brand-new energy start-up to find a Full-Stack CRM Developer to join a small but growing team in Gloucester (or remotely). Their solution utilises AI software which allows energy trading between homes to save people up to 70% on their bills! They launched in 2019, since then they’ve grown to c40 people and have no plans to slow down. With an ambitious technology roadmap in place and plans to grow the development team further, this role plays an integral part in scaling their applications up and introducing new and emerging tech.  What experience you’ll need Background in PHP with extensive knowledge of CRM development. Proven knowledge of the JavaScript ecosystem, ideally with one modern library.  Proven understanding of DevOps cultures.  Experience with CI/CD using Netlify or similar.  Sound knowledge of AWS and it’s ecosystem (EC2, RDS, S3, Lambda).  Experience with Docker/Kubernetes would be very beneficial.  Ability to test your own work.  Agile development principles.  Any knowledge of developing/maintaining Python, CockroachDB or Rust would be useful, but not essential.  What you’ll be doing Joining a team of 4 Developers and reporting into the Tech Director, you’ll support the business in designing and implementing the next-gen of their tech solutions, building on their current application suite plus supporting the modernisation and growth of their CRM as the business scales up and support is moved in-house. The current CRM is managed by external contractors but the plan is to bring this in-house; you’ll be responsible for kicking this off so you’ll need to be comfortable doing analysis of the current CRM, dipping into legacy systems and offering some JS experience to start migrating certain modules into other environments. This role will be operating in a true DevOps culture which involves setting up CI pipelines from the ground up and managing all aspects of the AWS ecosystem. There isn’t much of a testing set up in place so it’s expected that you’ll help to formalise a process, as well as improving internal system integrations in line with their tech roadmap.  What you’ll get in return for your talents This role is just about fully remote, though you’ll need to be happy coming to their Gloucester office 2-3 times a month for strategic 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 green tech revolution!  What’s next? Like the sounds of this one? Get in touch with Joe to find out more. 
  • 9th Mar

    C# Web Engineer

    — Remote work, consistent bonus

    Location:
    Malvern
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £60K
    Progressive, World-leading products used by millions. Flexible hours and remote working options.  Gold Investors in People accredited company.   A technology company who build some extremely progressive products used by Scientists & Engineers from a range of industries and organisations around the world are looking for a Web Engineer as they look to grow their technology function in Malvern. The role will be fully remote initially, with 4 days remote a week once restrictions lift. With a brand-new team to build and rapid growth plans in place for 2021, this is a great opportunity for a dedicated Web Engineer to progress their career further whilst rewarding themselves by solving real-life challenges through technology. What experience you’ll need Proven experience in web app development using MS tech. Significant experience with C# .Net Core.   Understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Bootstrap and ideally a modern library (React, Angular).  Knowledge of containerisation using Docker or Kubernetes.  Cloud-based development on MS Azure.  Awareness of DevOps ways of working, ideally with Azure DevOps experience.  Knowledge of database technologies such as MySQL. Previous exposure to Visual Studio & SQL Management Studio would be good. Agile experience including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD. What you’ll be doing Joining a brand-new team within the wider software function in Malvern, you’ll play an integral role in the progression of their web product suite. The business offers a massive range of products and are going through a large transformation which aims to migrate a lot of their older desktop products to cloud/web-based applications. Your focus is to drive the progression of these modern web apps, introducing new and emerging tech where necessary and utilising a DevOps way of working to add new features & functionalities before deploying to the cloud. It’ll be expected you communicate well within your team, often leading sprint planning, sprint reviews, retrospectives etc. and to guide more junior developers whilst you do this. You will be able to provide guidance and design direction as appropriate whilst solving product problems with wider engineering teams.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll be entitled to 23 days holiday (increasing to 25 with service), flexi-time (core hours 10-12 and 2-3 Monday to Friday, 37.5 hour working week) with the opportunity for remote working with a trip to the office once a week. As well as this you’ll get a discretionary annual bonus, healthcare cash plan, life assurance 4x salary, group personal pension scheme up to 6% contribution, 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. They’re an Investors in People Gold accredited business which shows their commitment to personal progression and upskilling.  What’s next? If you’d like to apply or find out more, just give Joe a call. 
  • 2nd Mar

    Full-Stack Developer

    — EdTech software specialists

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£45K
    Outstanding career progression, greenfield products, Symfony/Laravel, Vue/React. Thriving EdTech company with planned growth. Join a growing and talented team in a progressive tech space. I’m helping our good friends in the EdTech space find a talented Web Developer with excellent knowledge across PHP with MVC and JavaScript. They produce some seriously smart software using Symfony, React & Vue to name a few and despite being a fairly young company, they’re roughly 45 strong. Feel like this could be a good fit for you? What experience you'll need Commercial experience using JavaScript (ideally React.js and Vue.js). Commercial experience using PHP frameworks, in particular Symfony. Comfortable working on HTML5 and CSS3. Good communication skills, and a willingness to collaborate. The ability to work in an Agile style team. Excellent attention to detail and is serious about producing quality work whilst working to deadlines. Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, and being across multiple projects simultaneously. What you'll be doing You’ll be working on a range of longer life cycle projects, including performance management systems, as well as other platforms and high traffic international websites. To fit into the culture you must be ambitious, dedicated and innovative when it comes to seeking out better ways of creating software, plus you’ll have a true passion for technology and making things work well. You'll be taking part in code reviews, optimising and upgrading existing products as well as creating new ones from scratch, always ensuring they are the best they can be.  You’ll get involved in creating technical and functional designs, creating efficient and logical databases and possess significant knowledge of client server and internet systems architecture; a really varied, challenging and exciting role. Also, being able to support and educate more junior developers using good soft skills would be beneficial. What you'll get in return for your talents In return for your skills and hard work, you’ll be rewarded with a starting salary of up to £45K DOE, a great package plus fantastic long-term prospects as they have really big plans for the future. They have a fantastic working environment with a smart central office, an Agile/Scrum approach and a strong focus on learning and development including the opportunity to pursue courses, certification and tech conferences.  You'll get to be involved with regular hackathons plus Friday beers, regular socials all within a friendly and hardworking team to be a part of.  They are really proud of what they produce, always sharing skills and ideas and constantly striving to produce their best software solutions yet. What's next? Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV to Tareek now (01179 269 530 tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk)
  • 1st Mar

    Software Engineer (Node)

    — Innovative, progressive, seriously talented

    Location:
    Gloucester / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K-£65K
    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 £65K 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. 
  • 1st Mar

    QA Engineer

    — EdTech software specialists

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £20K-£25K
    Creating test scripts, support from senior testers. Fast-growing, progressive successful software house, R&D focus. EdTech specialists using Symfony and React. I’m looking for a talented QA Engineer to join a hugely successful company based in central Bristol. They produce some very smart software for a variety of businesses, but predominantly in the EdTech sector. Would you like to join a group of talented testers and developers? If so, this could be really good for you. What skills you'll need QA experience across web or mobile applications. Experience writing test plans, test cases and supporting documentation. Clear understanding and experience of testing API’s using tools such as Postman. ISTQB Foundation level qualified. A clear understanding of Software Development Lifecycles. A basic understanding of Git and version control. Experience being involved in defining new processes within a QA team. Very strong written and verbal communication skills. Nice to have; testing complex web-based applications that use PHP or JavaScript frameworks. What you'll be doing Working closely with a team of 5 highly skilled testers, you'll be manual testing bug-fixes and enhancements to existing web-based applications through varying methods (scripted, sanity, smoke and exploratory testing). Carry out clear documentation of testing steps, cases and processes where required. Direct involvement in the creation of test strategies and workflows for new products/applications, working alongside Business Analysts and Developers. You’ll provide time estimates for testing on projects for both existing and new applications. You’ll also be responsible for ticket management including screening and triage of new bugs and enhancement requests, working closely with their Client Services team. Responsibilities also include; Supporting the introduction of new testing processes and technologies, providing guidance, feedback and support to other QA team members and the wider Technical Service team and reporting directly to the QA Lead. This is an amazing opportunity giving you the chance to pick up vital skills for your future career and be nurtured incredibly well by senior testers in a team that feels like a family. What you'll get in return for your talents In return for your skills and hard work, you’ll be rewarded with a starting salary of up to £25K DOE, a great package plus fantastic long-term prospects as they have really big plans for the future. All remote for now, but they have a fantastic working environment with a smart central office, an Agile/Scrum approach and a strong focus on learning and development including the opportunity to pursue courses, certification and tech conferences.  You'll get to be involved with regular online events plus Friday beers, table football, regular socials, so this really is a brilliant, friendly and hardworking team to be a part of - they are really proud of what they produce, always sharing skills and ideas and constantly striving to produce their best software solutions yet. What's next? If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, apply now to Tareek for more info (01179 269 530 tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
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