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  • 19th May

    Hot Jobs Principal Data Engineer

    — Green Tech Company

    Location:
    Bristol/remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Circa £100k
    Green tech platform using AWS and Azure. Build cutting-edge IoT products. Redefine the Cloud and Data infrastructure. An IoT green tech company are looking for a Principal Data Engineer who can build the Cloud infrastructure on AWS to support a number of initiatives. What you will be doing  As the Principal Data Engineer, you will build infrastructure to support deep-dive analytics and proper structures to deploy ML pipelines. Currently, the Cloud team manages most of the data and now they want someone who’s going to take it to the next level in these areas: Redefining the architecture and the bones of the system to move towards event-driven Provisioning the datalake and new DWH that is being built Source systems integration  Automate,automate and automate some more Establish the framework and ML infrastructure environment This position will be the SME for Data in the organistion, so the scope is yours to define where you want to take it. This role will have the opportunity to grow into a management position and to build a team around you. Alternatively, if you prefer to continue down the tech influencer route, you can. What you'll need to apply Experience provisioning data lakes, databases and services on AWS Python or Scala development experience Data modelling and database design experience Experience with CI/CD Experience in requirements gathering and translation into technical specifications What you'll get in return for your experience A base salary of circa £100k DOE plus benefits including the ability to work with the tech you want, for a company that is making a real sustainable impact. The role is offered hybrid in Bristol or remote with monthly trips to the office for candidates further afield. What's next Please get in touch with Scott with an up-to-date CV, don't hesitate to call/email to discuss the finer details.
  • 13th May

    Hot Jobs Lead QA Engineer

    — Creative tech business with network spanning worldwide

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £65K
    Very unique model, started in Bristol in 2016 and now worldwide. Revolutionising the creative industry.  Flexible/Remote working, high-spec tech, social team.     We’re helping a creative tech business with a network spanning worldwide find a Lead QA Engineer to join them in Bristol or London (popping into the office every week or two minimum). They offer a cloud-based digital commerce & recording platform with technology spanning across web publishing, video streaming/processing, digital audio, revolutionising the industry. One of Europe’s fastest growing businesses with no plans to slow down! What experience you'll need Relevant experience within Lead QA roles. Proven commercial experience with Cucumber and Gherkin. Excellent stakeholder management skills. Strong working knowledge of Jira and the Atlassian Suite. Solid experience with cross browser tools and techniques. Competent with modern E2E test frameworks such as Cypress, TestCafe and/or WebdriverIO. Experienced in API testing using industry standard tools such as Postman. Strong technical knowledge in the web and mobile web platforms. Security risks and vulnerabilities knowledge (OWASP top ten etc). Good understanding of HTTP. Good understanding of REST. You understand the difference between client and server-side rendering. What you'll be doing You’ll get the chance to work with stakeholders in the design and implementation of test strategy for existing and new features as well as provide technical and theoretical advice and guidance to their Scrum teams around test strategies for both manual and automated tests. You’ll also configure and set-up of tools within the QA domain whilst maintaining documentation related to QA. Act as an escalation point for QA issues for multiple programmes of work as well as lead and mentor other QA Engineers. You’ll get to work closely with the Engineering Director and other Lead Developers/Engineers to continuously improve testing and QA practices as well as ensure the right tooling and frameworks are in place to enable their Scrum teams to deliver against business goals. What you'll get in return for your talents A salary up to £65K DOE and some generous benefits, including company share percentage, high-spec tech setup, healthy pension, flexible working hours. When able to, the team likes to get together for social events, there’s a key focus on company culture, a family feel and a great chance to bond with the people you work with. What's next? If you like the sound of this one, drop me Tareek a message to find out more.
  • 9th May

    Hot Jobs Head of Marketing

    — Route One (B2C)

    Location:
    Badminton/ hybrid , UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    competitive
    Growing retailer specialising in skate, sneakers & streetwear.   Fast-paced and collaborative working environment.   Progressive culture with an emphasis on sustainability.   Route One has been bringing together the best in skate culture and street fashion for over 30 years now. An award winning, independent, multi-channel retailer selling the best global skate brands as well as their own respected in-house range, they believe in sustainable fashion and are part of the 1% for the Planet global network. With 8 regional city stores across the UK and a strong online offering, they are looking for a passionate marketing specialist to help drive their next phase of growth.  What you’ll be doing   The Head of Marketing will be responsible for developing, supporting, and delivering the marketing strategy to drive customer growth and brand engagement via a range of channels.  The ideal candidate will be both creative and commercially minded, work well under pressure and be up to date with cutting edge marketing techniques and consumer behaviour in a competitive industry. The role would suit a driven individual with a passion for eCommerce, marketing and the desire to be part of a successful and modern retailer.   Sitting alongside the management team, and reporting directly into the MD, the Head of Marketing will have responsibility for the company’s loyalty programmes, customer acquisition and retention.   Given the significance of digital consumer engagement in the business’ expansion, you’ll be well-versed in digital marketing and can develop an effective strategy to drive customers to both the eCommerce and retail stores.  You’ll have the support of digital agencies to implement campaigns, such as PPC & Social, and will be expected to manage and maintain these relationships.   Another key part of your role will be to capture the attention of a relatively young demographic through highly targeted and authentic marketing, with the aim of building a loyal customer base. You’ll need to have an excellent understanding of how they relate to individual brands and create impactful stories which resonate in a way that leads to increased engagement. To do this, you’ll build strong, strategic relationships with brand partners, talking and meeting with them regularly to successfully implement the agreed marketing plan. Whilst 70% of this will be through digital channels, you’ll also pull through relevant material to the retail stores to ensure consistent brand representation.   What experience you’ll need to apply: Experience delivering successful marketing strategies for a dynamic retailer, predominantly through digital channels.   Excellent relationship-building and influencing skills with both internal and external stakeholders.   Strong creative flair and vision.  Self-motivated, uses initiative and is a problem solver.  Ability to think commercially and prioritise tasks effectively.   Knowledge of skate, streetwear, sneaker culture and social trends would be great.   Interest in sustainability and ethical work practices.  What you’ll get in return for your experience    Salary is negotiable but as this is dependent upon experience, please still apply if you’re looking for more, as the package will be created on a case-by-case basis. The company offers a hybrid working policy, so you’ll need to enjoy being collaborative in an office environment and be able to commute to the Head Office in South Gloucestershire when not Working from Home.   What's next?  ADLIB our working exclusively with Route One on this role. Please apply or get in touch with Ania for more information. Candidates that approach Route One directly will be forwarded to ADLIB for consideration. Inclusion and equality Here at Route One, 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.
  • 9th May

    Hot Jobs Head of Data Engineering

    — Financial Services

    Location:
    Salisbury/remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £100k
    Be influential in the direction of the organisation. Collaborate with the CDO and Head of Data Science. Backed data strategy and investment from new CDO. A specialist financial service institution is looking for a Head of Data Engineering & Architecture to scale the data platform and the data platform team.What you'll be doingAs the Head of Data Engineering, you will build and manage a team of talented cloud data engineers to enhance the data platform as part of the new data strategy. There are a number of sources that need to be integrated into the platform which you require you to lead on the architecture of said sources.Data governance will be the backbone of the platform so that effective data science and business intelligence activities can be carried out. Therefore, you will liaise with other heads of departments and teams to ensure that the platform is fit for purpose as it scales. What you'll need to apply Experience with SQL and NoSQL databases Comfortable hands-on with either Python, Java or Scala Confident leading data engineers and setting standards Excellent understanding of business use cases for analytics and how to provide the data Excellent stakeholder management and influencing skills What you'll get in return for your experienceA base salary of up to £100k plus & benefits. The data team will triple in size over the next 12 months so this is a great chance to be a key part of enabling the business to become fully data-driven.The role is offered largely remote with the expectation to go into the office 1 or 2 days p/month depending on requirements. The role can be offered fully remote to UK-based candidates too.What's next  Please apply with an up-to-date CV today. Don't hesitate to call/email to discuss the finer details.
  • 6th May

    Hot Jobs Programme Lead

    — Digital Transformation within the Electrical Vehicle market

    Location:
    Swindon + Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £100k
    Programme Lead opportunity developing digital products across web, app, platform and MarTech. Be part of a growing global organization with a focus on EV. Competitive salary up to £100k plus bonus and benefits. We’re looking for an experienced Programme Lead/ Head of Programme Management to join an established organization who are on an exciting adventure to grow the Electrical Vehicle market. You will lead the delivery of crucial initiatives to deliver outstanding customer experiences (predominantly across web and app). What you’ll be doing As Programme Lead, you will be responsible for driving the digital transformation of the EV arm on across Europe, New Zealand and Australia. You will create and improve digital capabilities that meet the strategic objectives, developing an agile delivery team. You will lead the digital transformation, prioritise, manage, and deliver business change demand for digital initiatives, translating customer needs. You will review where digital can drive value, understanding the environment, automation, processes and looking at the effectiveness. In addition to the above you will be responsible for developing processes and systems and delivering the product program, creating roadmaps, and aligning projects to meet the overall vision and strategies. You improve planning, processes implementing improvements and measuring success, regularly meeting with the product and tech team to share knowledge and collaborate across the organization. What experience you’ll need Prior experience in a senior programme management role; whether that’s as a Senior Programme Manager, Programme Lead, Head of Programme Management or Director of Programme Management. Agile, web development, app development and MarTech experience. Experience of owning digital product portfolios, prioritizing the strategic alignment and ensuring only high value project are being delivered. Natural leader with strong communication skills managing stakeholders across the globe. Breadth of experience in Digital PMO leading complex programs and initiatives. Experienced in developing processes and leading efforts for consistency across all initiatives. Adobe (Target, Analytics, AEM) experience. The role is based 2 days per week in Swindon so you will be comfortable with going to the office. What you’ll get in return for your talents This is a great role offering a competitive salary of up to £100k for the right person. You will also receive an excellent benefits package including a bonus. The requirement for this role is to be in the Swindon office 2 days per week. What’s next? If you’re an experienced Programme Lead and are interested in finding out more, please apply with an up to date CV for immediate consideration.      
  • 20th May

    Digital Product Designer

    — Mental Health & Disability Support

    Location:
    Remote, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    Upto £50k
    Create products that will change lives for the better. Help embed design thinking in the business. Enjoy flexibility and remote working long term. We’re looking for a Digital Product Designer to join a tech company helping people with mental health and learning disabilities live more independently. What you’ll be doing This is a great role that brings with it the opportunity to work on interesting, impactful technology whilst also helping embed design thinking into a team. The product is currently used by thousands of people across the UK and offers bespoke support to people with a wide variety of needs. You’ll be working closely with a diverse set of users and contributing throughout the whole product design lifecycle. This role sits within the product team where you’ll be working alongside experienced Product Managers, Business Analysts, Developers and Testers. This role is growth for the business and you’ll be joining a fantastic Product Designer we placed last year. Due to the size of the design team we’re looking for someone willing and able to work across the whole product design process to begin with. This includes conducting research, creating workflows and journeys, wireframes, prototypes, testing and high-fidelity UI work too. You’ll also play a key role in engaging the wider business in design thinking and user centred design practices and processes. What experience you’ll need Previous experience in an end-to-end UX role working from research to high fidelity UI. Capable of conducting your own research and regularly testing with users. Ideally experienced in Agile, having worked as part of cross functional teams. Good knowledge of accessibility and usability (WCAG 2.1). An interest in neurodiversity and any awareness or professional experience with autism or anxiety beneficial. What you'll get in return Work for a purpose driven team that are improving people’s lives through their products. You'll receive 25 days holiday (+BH), flexible and remote working as well as a budget for learning and development. As one of the tteam’s first designers you'll be given the autonomy to help shape design practice too. What’s next Please apply with an up-to-date CV and any supporting work. However, if you haven’t got your portfolio together just yet don’t let that stop you applying.
  • 20th May

    Marketing Campaign Manager (b2b)

    — Leading Law Firm

    Location:
    Bristol/ hybrid, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    competitive
    A large, secure and well-established company. This role will have an emphasis on campaign management. The Client is offering a hybrid working model and the office is based in central Bristol.   A great opportunity became available for an experienced Senior Marketing/ Campaign Executive/ Manager to join an established employer based in central Bristol.  What you’ll be doing The successful candidate will report into the Senior Marketing Campaigns Manager and they will work as a part of a wider marketing team. The purpose of the role is to identify and manage marketing campaigns in line with business objectives for certain sectors within the firm. The end to end campaign process will include campaign concept and purpose, briefing colleagues and suppliers in relation to assets delivery, approval process, implementation and analysis. Needless to say this role will entail a big element of stakeholder management and relationship building skills. Some of the channels the postholder will use are email, social, paid, web content and events (digital and traditional). What experience you’ll need to apply Previous experience ideally working in a campaign driven role ideally within legal, financial services or professional services sector. Outstanding communication skills including copywriting. Experience in events organisation will be beneficial.  Excellent stakeholder management skills. What you’ll get in return for your experience An attractive salary, bonus and great benefits.  What next? Please apply now or get in touch with Ania for more info. 
  • 20th May

    Creative Content Manager

    — Ambitious FinTech

    Location:
    Bristol/ hybrid, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40-50k + bonus
    An exciting and growing employer  Managerial role with a route to further progression. This role can be mainly remote with at least one day being office based in central Bristol. A fantastic opportunity became available for an experienced Content Lead/ Content Manager to join a Bristol based fintech scale up with great ambitions.   What you’ll be doing The successful candidate will report into the Head of Marketing and they will manage a team of four (mix of Graphic Designers and Copywriters). The purpose of the role is to take ownership of all externally facing content with an emphasis on new products. The successful postholder will be in charge of the content strategy across copy, graphics, animation, video and more. Whilst the role will be mainly strategic, there will be moments where a “hands on” approach will be required predominantly when it comes to copywriting. It’ll be crucial to possess a natural creative flair and ability to story tell, putting ideas into concepts and translating them into engaging outputs.  Naturally it’ll be crucial to make sure that all pieces of content are matching the agreed brand guidelines and are in line with industry regulations.  What experience you’ll need to apply For this role we could consider candidates from broad marketing and communications background who are passionate about content, creative professionals, agency side studio managers or pure content specialists. Team management experience is essential, ideally of at least three team members. Experience in implementing a successful content strategy.  Natural creative flair and storytelling ability. Excellent copywriting skills. Willingness to work in a fast paced environment.  Sector specific experience is advantageous.  What you’ll get in return for your experience A salary of £40-50k + benefits. What next? Please apply now or get in touch with Ania for more info. 
  • 20th May

    Senior Product Designer

    — Making investing in start-ups accessible and rewarding.

    Location:
    Cardiff or Exeter / Hybrid, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50000 - £65000
    Industry leading fintech organisation. Competitive salary up to £65k plus benefits and employee share plan. Flexible and hybrid/remote working available. Our client is looking for an experienced Product Designer to join their fast-growing fintech enabling investment in startups and venture-backed businesses. This is a fantastic opportunity for a talented UX Designer with a background or interest in investment, fintech, or who is just looking for an exciting and challenging new opportunity. What you’ll be doing The Senior Product Designer (UX/UI Designer) will: Report to the Head of Design. Be responsible for creating designs and carrying them through to completion. Work in multidisciplinary squads focusing on various key aspects of the product. Be a part of a growing team of three dedicated Product / UX Designers. Help shape the design vision and strategy of a rapidly growing business. Use your design skills to solve complex problems, building new features and updating existing ones to produce the best possible product. Plan and carry out qualitative and quantitative user research. Run workshops with the rest of the design team. What experience you’ll need to apply Previous experience working across the full UX Design process. Confidence working with internal and external stakeholders at a variety of levels. Knowledge of accessible and inclusive design practices. The ability to work independently and collaboratively. Strong knowledge of design software such as Figma. Creating artefacts such as user flows and experience maps. What you’ll get in return for your experience This is a great role offering a competitive salary - up to £65k for the right person. An excellent benefits package including an employee share scheme, private medical care, a wellbeing allowance, mental health support, learning and development resources, and much more. Flexible working (2 days in the office, but this can be discussed) What’s next? Please apply with an up-to-date CV and portfolio. If you are still preparing a portfolio, please apply with your CV and we can discuss this further.
  • 19th May

    Product Designer

    — Health Technology

    Location:
    Basingstoke, UK
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45,000 - £48,000
    Provide a valuable social service working on products used in the health sector and emergency services. Work on interesting digital products across a range of platforms. Given independence in your work and be rewarded for creativity and innovation. A communications company that works with the health sector, emergency services, and other life-saving organisations is looking to bring a talented product designer into their team. The successful candidate will be working on a range of digital products for smartphones and tablets, as well as for medical communication devices. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone who wants to use their skills to contribute to lifesaving products and the successful running of essential services. What you’ll be doing The client provides communication infrastructure and services for doctors, nurses, lifeboat volunteers, fire crews, and carers. This includes physical devices and the companion apps and digital products that accompany these. They are looking for someone to come up with creative ideas and designs for these, innovating and iterating products to make their services as effective as possible. You will be playing a key role in updating their suite of products to meet their brand guidelines and vision while also being secure and accessible. They are looking for someone innately creative, ready to contribute original thought to ensure their products are functional and beautiful. These apps should be a joy to use, even in emergency and high stress situations. The company has a welcoming and friendly culture, so will easily integrate you into the team. You will be the leading voice in design and will gain experience from working closely with colleagues from other disciplines, such as software engineers, developers, product managers, and the sales team. What experience you’ll need to apply Designed digital products from inception to completion. Created wireframes and prototypes with design software such as Figma and Adobe XD. Stakeholder management skills, and experience working with people from different backgrounds. Carried out user research and translated findings into design requirements. (Desirable) Some experience with security processes and GDPR, ideally in a hospital environment. What you’ll get in return for your experience A generous salary, a supportive team, and the chance to work on products that will help to save lives. On top of this, a great benefits package including 25 days holiday (+BH), free parking, and free canteen facilities What’s next? Please apply with an up-to-date CV and portfolio. If you are still preparing a portfolio, please apply with your CV and we can discuss this further.
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