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  • 28th Sep

    Hot Jobs Engineering Lead

    — Growing Sustainability B Corp!

    Location:
    Fully remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £90,000
    About Do Nation Do Nation helps people to form healthy, environmentally friendly habits. They do this through their online platform where anyone can create a campaign to raise pledges, or make a pledge - to do simple things like cycling to work or wasting less food. A certified B Corp since 2017, winners of numerous awards and a lovely client base that includes: Innocent, Pret, Ellas Kitchen and Pukka Herbs as well as SSE and PWC (to name a few). You’ll be joining Do Nation at a time of high growth having already doubled the team over the last 12 months and grown by about 6 times since our foundation. This role offers a platform for growth and progression, we are keen to talk with people who have a desire to progress to CTO further down the line. What you’ll be doing as our Engineering Lead In this role you’ll be leading our engineering and product teams (currently 8 people), taking responsibility for Do Nation's pledge platform. You'll hire and manage developers, designers and product and project professionals whilst driving our product vision and strategy and help us develop and strengthen our approach to engineering org-wide. You’ll hire, coach and develop a diverse and inclusive team of Do Nationers, drive the strategy and vision for our product, and together with Hermione (our CEO) and our Lead Designer and Product Manager, develop and deliver our product roadmap. You'll work collaboratively with your team and the wider Do Nation team to shape how our tech team operates - you'll help develop our technical practices, embed Sprint and Agile methodologies firmly within the team, lead on our technical documentation process, and more! Importantly you’ll ensure that Do Nation remains an industry leader, delivering a truly scalable, robust platform that enterprises, SMEs, and individuals alike trust and love to use. What experience you’ll need to apply You'll work at a senior level scaling engineering and product teams, ideally with responsibility for B2B SaaS products/production-grade web applications. You have built or are committed to building diverse and inclusive teams, fostering a collaborative environment that is empowering, supportive and challenging. You’ll help your people do their best work. Initially, you will have the curiosity and deep background in product and technology that means you're not afraid to get your hands dirty, coding and working with the team to improve working methodologies and coding efficiencies. You’ll have a track record of managing remote teams that successfully ship high quality products with refined user experiences. Hands-on knowledge of Django & React. You'll have a passion for climate action and will be excited by and aligned with our mission of making sustainable living mainstream. What you’ll get in return for your talents This role offers a competitive salary of between £70,000-£90,000 (DOE) + benefits which include; 31 days holiday (+1 day for each year worked with us). Slow travel holiday bonus Flexible work policy. Annual training budget. 2 volunteer days/year. Regular personal coaching through MoreHappi. Pension contribution (3%/5%). Potential for equity through employee option scheme. Full remote working, long term. What next We have chosen to work with our friends at ADLIB who are managing the recruitment process for Do Nation. 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. Apply with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more. Please note that any candidates that approach Do Nation directly will be forwarded to ADLIB for consideration. Inclusion and equality Here at Do Nation, 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.  
  • 15th Oct

    Talent Manager / Internal Recruiter

    — Torchbox

    Location:
    Remote, Bristol or Hybrid
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35k - £45k, package to £50k
    We’re Torchbox, a progressive digital agency on a mission to help nonprofits create transformative, high-quality digital products and services in low-risk, cost-effective ways. We’re proud to be the creators of Wagtail, one of the leading open source CMSs, now used by Google, NASA, the NHS and thousands of other organisations around the world. This is a great time to join Torchbox. We’ve become the UKs first 100% employee owned digital agency, business is booming in the UK and US, Wagtail is flying high and we’re doing great work with many, incredible, mission-driven organisations. We’re now looking for our first Talent Manager / Internal Recruiter to join our HR & Operations team to take full ownership of our recruitment process ensuring Torchbox attracts and hires the very best talent from diverse backgrounds.   What you’ll be doing  As our internal Recruiter, you’ll be helping us recruit for permanent and freelance team members across our core teams including UX/Design, development, delivery management, digital marketing and operations.  You’ll source and hire fantastic candidates with the skills to complement our existing team, whilst helping Torchbox deliver on its commitment to improve diversity throughout the business. You’ll work closely with the HR team to continue to develop and maintain our employer brand, reaching direct and passive candidates within our communities and beyond. What experience you’ll need to apply  This is a hands on resourcing position that would suit an agency recruiter looking to move in house, or you may be client side already. A proven background in direct sourcing and screening of high quality candidates across either technology / development, digital marketing or UX/Design vacancies. You’ll understand the value of an employer brand and building a social media presence to attract candidates. You’ll enjoy developing and implementing inclusive recruitment processes.  You’ll have experience working in an environment that requires you to manage your own workload, easily context switch and handle competing deadlines.  The role is open to the role being undertaken part or full time, with a flexible working model We’re also happy for you to be based fully remote, in the office in Bristol or working a hybrid model What you’ll get in return for your talents  A basic salary c.£35k - £45k (depending on experience) with a package up to £50,400, comprising of basic salary and an employee ownership structure and performance bonus.   You’ll also be a co-owner of Torchbox, shaping and sharing in our success, a partner, not just an employee where our Voice Groups provide the chance to share your vision within Torchbox. You’ll receive an annual review, training and conference budget to accelerate your development, flexible working hours; the option to work fully remotely, split your time between office and home, or choose to be in one of our offices fulltime, enabling you to work in a flexible way that best suits your needs.  Further benefits include free eye tests, flu jabs & shopping discounts, private health scheme and access to mental health support, ethical pension scheme, with a 5% contribution from Torchbox, a wellness programme and cycle to work scheme, alongside other Torchbox offerings, good for both you and the environment. Regular virtual and in-person events, weekly veggie team lunch (when we’re in the office) & parties including our famous Torchfest and 25 days holiday, plus public holidays. We welcome both full time and part time applications. Please state your preferred working pattern on your application.  What next  We have chosen to work with our friends at ADLIB who are managing the recruitment process for this hire. Please get in touch with Nick Dean to discuss the role. Please note that any candidates that approach Torchbox directly will be forwarded to ADLIB for consideration.
  • 13th Oct

    SEO Manager

    — Scaling Multi-channel Retailer

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45-60k
    Huge growth plans both in the UK & internationally. Highly specialist and collaborative team. Ownership of SEO strategy from day one. As SEO Manager you will be responsible for creating and delivering the company’s SEO strategy and roadmap across both the UK and International online stores. You’ll drive high quality traffic to multiple eCommerce websites by increasing their ranking across key terms in two main categories. What you’ll be doing Reporting to the Marketing Director, you will be an integral part of the team driving best in class SEO for the EMEA region. Day to day, you will formulate and deliver the SEO strategy across the company’s UK and international sites, included technical, content, offsite & promotion. You’ll use search insight to help drive decision-making and innovation across the business, working closely with the Digital Marketing team to drive tests and efficiencies, as well as share ideas and learnings to deliver a highly effective search operation. It will also be important to work collaboratively and cross-functionally with Digital, Trading and Content teams. Regular reporting of SEO performance using analytics tools will be essential, ensuring these are relayed in a clear and concise way, with the needs of all stakeholders in mind.What experience you’ll need to apply Hands on experience managing and improving SEO performance, ideally gained in a B2C business. Up to date knowledge of recent algorithm and Google developments, and extensive knowledge of the SEO landscape and Google Search Console. Solid understanding of Google Analytics to deliver insight and commercial analysis of performance. Ideally, you will have had some experience in Shopify Plus sites (but don't worry if you don't- this can be taught). A pro-active approach to problem solving. Excellent at multi-tasking and organisational skills. Great communication skills with the ability to present technical information in an accessible way. You'll also be able to use your communication style to work collaboratively across the business and potentially influence those around you. Be forward thinking. No two days are the same and the business is growing fast so you must be adaptable and willing to learn. Enthusiasm is a non-negotiable, as is the desire to work in a dynamic environment. What you’ll get in return for your experience A salary of £45-60k is on offer, dependent upon level of experience. Hybrid remote/office working is available, alongside a relocation package should you want to move to the South-West. What's next?Please send over your CV and drop Rina a line to hear more.
  • 12th Oct

    Paid Social & Display Specialist

    — Highly-respected FS Business

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35-40K
    Innovative approach to Digital Marketing. Collaborative team that encourages entrepreneurship. Channel ownership and budget management. A leading FS business that invests heavily in digital marketing is searching for an experienced Paid Social & Display Specialist to take ownership of these channels. Digital Media is at the heart of the company’s growth strategy, so you’ll be a crucial member of the Marketing team and be given the freedom to offer up new ideas and work with sizeable budgets. What you’ll be doing As the Paid Social & Display Specialist, you will take ownership of campaign planning and strategy for paid social and display channels to drive market-leading commercial performance. This includes day-to-day management, writing, setting up and delivering campaigns. Using your creative flair, you’ll work closely with the design team and external agencies to deliver winning creative strategies across both channels. You’ll also lead collaboration across senior stakeholders to push the channel strategy forward, in line with wider marketing plans, and communicate results to achieve industry leading outcomes. You will own the relationship with key external partners, such as Facebook and Google, to ensure full advantage is taken of all commercial opportunities that add value to the customer experience and drive innovation through the channels. This business has a test & learn approach in all areas, so you’ll need to proactive test latest platform updates, technologies, ads and landing pages to ensure you are achieving the highest conversion rate to deliver commercial gain. Last but not least, you’ll consistently use analytics tools to track performance and work with the client insight team to identify trends that will help optimise all campaigns. What experience you’ll need to apply Proven experience of managing effective PPC campaigns – predominantly Paid Social. A passion for the creative planning side of the role. Great communication skills, highly organised and reliable. Accountability of meeting targets. Experience using web analytics and strong numerical and analytical skills. Budget management experinece is preferred. Experience delivering campaigns across multiple Social Media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin. Experience of running display through DSPs is a bonus, but not essential. What you’ll get in return for your experience A salary of £30-40k is on offer, dependent upon level of experience. There is scope for someone to come in at the top end and hit the ground running, or for someone with a good foundation in PPC to grow into the role and be upskilled. Hybrid remote/office working is available. What's next? Please send over your CV and drop Rina a line to hear more.
  • 12th Oct

    Head Of Development

    — Quality Driven Digital Agency

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £70K-£80K
    Hugely respected digital agency with international client base. Quality drive websites and applications. Opportunity to shape technical direction and make a real impact. One of Wiltshire’s most established and successful digital businesses is looking for a Head of Development to help grow their team and technical offering to keep up with client demand.  They have been producing top quality web applications and websites for local, national and international brands for many years with particular strengths in delivering visually stunning, technically advanced solutions. What skills you’ll be needing Technical leadership experience within a multi-client (software house/digital agency) environment. Ability to grow, nurture and steer a happy team of quality driven web developers. Project lead experience from specification creation to delivery. Experience of estimating costs and time for all development work. Communicating well with clients and non-technical teams. Ability to evaluate and identify the best development practices, technical tools, platforms and frameworks. Be forward thinking, with an ability to innovate and leverage technology as it evolves. A solid background with as much of their tech stack as possible: PHP, Laravel, MVC frameworks Linux, Apache, and MySQL WordPress E-commerce platforms (Magento and WooCommerce in particular) JavaScript, jQuery, HTML and CSS Git version control (Git, Subversion etc.) What you’ll be doing This is a fully involved Head of Development position requiring someone with confidence and commercial acumen to come in and inspire, direct and excite a small team of talented web developers and freelancers.  They are looking for someone to provide technical direction to take the agency forward providing technical leadership whilst improving development standards and processes.  Whilst hands-off for the vast majority of time, it’s possible they might need you to step in with coding on occasion as well as helping to review the coding output of the team, teaching and helping them to improve. You’ll contribute to pitches, proposals, quotes and help to explain and champion the appropriate technical solutions to clients.  What you’ll get in return for This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to come into a very stable family-owned business with a long pedigree for delivering quality digital experiences.  You’ll enjoy the autonomy and support to modernise and improve processes and standards even further and build the department you want, sharing in the ongoing successes of the business.  There’s a competitive salary on offer (£70-80K), 24 days hol, pension, health cashback plan, remote and flexible working options, socials/events, free parking in nice open plan offices and more.  What’s next Like the sound of this role?  Send in your CV now for more info to Mike.
  • 12th Oct

    Digital Marketing Officer

    — Charity

    Location:
    Bath/ remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £23-26k
    Lovely, established charity.  The office is based in Bath and the Client could offer very flexible working model with at least one day per week working from the office.  Busy, all-encompassing digital role.  I am delighted to represent a fantastic Client of mine with recruitment of a Digital Marketing Executive.  What you’ll be doing The successful candidate will report into the Digital Marketing Specialist and will support them with a range of digital marketing activities. Day to day responsibilities will include managing the website, creating content, overseeing the social media and overlooking email marketing. In addition, the postholder will implement digital campaigns which will be rolled out through a mixture of channels mentioned above. Naturally, reporting and analytics of digital activities and campaigns will also be a big part of this role. What experience you’ll need to apply Previous experience in a similar role. Proven track record of utilising the digital marketing mix including email, social, website and content preferably in a campaign format. Strong analytical mindset. Knowledge of Adobe CC, video software and email automation will be beneficial. What you’ll get in return for your experience A salary of £23-26k + benefits.  What next? Please apply now or get in touch with Ania for more info. 
  • 12th Oct

    Full-Stack Developer

    — Life Sciences, learn Ruby

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£40K
     Life science data tech specialist helping to save lives.  Ruby (cross-train), MVC, MySQL, JavaScript, HTML, CSS.  Outstanding team, amazing development and benefits. One of Bath’s most exciting tech businesses are looking for a developer to join their progressive team.  Working across Ruby and front-end stacks, this is a great opportunity to work on an exciting data product that is being used all over the world to help scientists, researchers and universities. The role offers hybrid working so candidates will need to be based within a reasonable commuting distance. What skills you’ll be needing Be able to program in a relevant language (e.g. Ruby, PHP, Python), ideally having worked with an MVC web framework. At least 1 years commercial experience ideally with a strong academic background. Demonstrate enthusiasm and the ability to quickly pick up Ruby on Rails if that is not your current language / framework of choice. Have solid experience with the core web technologies: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Have a solid knowledge of SQL databases (MySQL/PostgreSQL). Be quick to grasp scientific concepts. What you’ll be doing This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing tech team working on an industry-leading data collection, machine learning and search engine technology product.   Working across the full-stack, the role will be highly varied with tasks that could include making UI improvements, improving the efficiency of internal workflows or developing new technology to automatically collect and moderate more data.  They’re looking for developers who can get excited about working on large scale text mining and classification, machine learning, web scraping, and data storage.  You’ll need to be enthusiastic, quick to pick up new concepts at times working independently and be happy both completing tasks assigned to you and in creating your own where you spot opportunities for improvement. What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll be stretching yourself, learning new tech and helping this exciting business to flourish.  They’re offering a competitive salary (£30-40K), 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 If you like the sound of this one, send in your CV now for immediate consideration!
  • 11th Oct

    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.
  • 9th Oct

    Resource Manager/ Studio Manager

    — Digital Agency

    Location:
    Bristol + Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £50k
    Brand new Traffic Manager opportunity joining a leading digital agency. Varied role covering everything from schedling, production and implementing processes - no two days will be the same. Salary is up to £50k. This is a lovely opportunity to for an experienced Studio / Traffic Manager to join an award winning digital agency based in Bristol and London. We're looking for somebody that loves managing a studio day in and day out, supporting the teams and sharing ideas.  What you’ll be doing It goes without saying that you’ll be able to juggle workflow allocation and deadlines across a busy studio team of permanent and freelance resources. You will take ownership of the day to day team resourcing, scheduling and operations within this busy digital agency, but also thinking about ways in which processes can be more efficent and experiment with implementing new ways of working. It will suit you if you love working with and talking to people, and can have a firm but also diplomatic hand if a situation demands it. You'll need to creatively find solutions when juggling projects and resources as sometimes clashes will occur. What experience you’ll need You might be a Traffic Manager, Studio Manager, Resource Manager or Operations Manager currently. You could be a Digital Project Manager that is looking to transition in to a more internal/ operational focused role.  Your experience will be gained in digital agency and you will have an understanding of website development.  You will have experience introducing processes and methodologies. Have the ability to keep a calm head under pressure with a solutions approached attitude. Proven experience managing internal and external resource. Experience in producing quotes and costs. If you’re familiar with Harvest that’d be a bonus but is by no means essential. What you’ll get in return for your talents.  In return for your talents, a salary in the region of £35k - £50k is on offer depending on experience plus the opportunity to join a hugely successful agency that have had a strong year despite everything and are on track for an even busier year ahead. What’s next? Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV now to Francesca for immediate consideration.
  • 5th Oct

    Junior Web Support / Developer

    — HTML, CSS, PHP

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £22K-£25K
    Solid skills with PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript. Ideal for someone wanting a career in web development. Fun, supportive and ambitious team. A pretty rare opportunity for a junior or trainee developer to learn their trade for a fantastic online specialist within the travel sector in central Bath joining initially as a Web Support Analyst.  If you have a good knowledge around web development technologies and great communication skills then here is the ideal opportunity to come in and provide support for a team of friendly and collaborative developers.  As you develop your problem-solving skills and learn how a top web business operates, you’ll be able to make the step towards being a full-stack Web Developer and have lots of fun doing it. *Please note that they are looking for local candidates and this role is 5 days per week in central Bath. What skills you’ll be needing A voracious appetite to learn! Able to code to a decent level with PHP, HTML, CSS and JavaScript/jQuery. Excellent problem-solving skills and superb attention to detail. Able to communicate well with people in writing and in person. What you’ll be doing The initial months in the role will introduce you to the systems that they work with on daily via creating project briefs for system improvements to our current developers via Jira, testing future updates and prepping release update emails for internal use and training. You’ll become the first line of support for internal queries and assistance supporting current developers with technical research for future projects along with providing statistics and reporting which will direct further advancements. They need someone with a good analytical brain to dig into data to help them identify improvements we can make within the business.  On occasion you’ll be invited to key meetings about system developments and take notes to feed back to the teams.  You’ll be able to pick up and master plenty of tech languages and frameworks based around PHP, Zend, MySQL, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. What you’ll get in return for your talents Along with a really good opportunity to kick-start your career in web development and work on a really amazing product, there’ll be a ton of training opportunities and learning on offer.  Alongside a competitive salary (£22-25K) you can expect huge discounts on trips and products, subsidised gym, pension, health care, personal charity days, lots of awesome socials/trips.  This is a great opportunity to join a well-established business working on interesting projects in a happy, motivated team as well as improve your tech skills.  What’s next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV now for immediate consideration to Mike.
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