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  • 17th Sep

    Hot Jobs Data Engineering Lead

    — Technology Firm

    Location:
    Bristol/Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £90k
    Join one of Bristol's leading technology firms.  Renowned engineering culture. Great package, remote working, flexi-time. This client is building a new team as they continue to progress their technological capabilities. They are a data-driven organisation, it guides their strategic decision-making and service/product development. As a result, they need a Data Engineering Lead to support the integration of various systems. What you'll be doing As the Data Engineering Lead, you will be influential in supporting the integration of several systems, requiring you to work with a combination of serverless technologies. You will support the design, roll-out and execution of the data services across various business units. As a result, you'll collaborate with other engineering and data teams to ensure that the data is integrated and accessible.  This role requires a range of data engineering activities including; prototyping, ETL pipelines, architecture, process automation and more.  What experience you'll need to apply Minimum of 5 years' experience in data or software engineering Solid ETL pipelining experience Scala/Java/Python development experience Streaming experience e.g. Airflow, Dataflow, Kinesis, Kafka etc Cloud experience (AWS, GCP, Azure or similar) What you'll get in return for your experience A base salary of up to £90,000 with excellent bonuses and benefits package including remote working. What's next? Please get in touch with Scott with an up to date CV today. Don't hesitate to email/call to discuss the job in further detail.
  • 16th Sep

    Hot Jobs Product Manager/ Product Director

    — Public Sector Clients

    Location:
    Bristol/ Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £70k
    Product Director opportunity to join a leading digital agency. Role is remote with 1 day per week in offices - Bristol/ Oxford or London.  Work with their government clients on large scale projects. We’re working with an established digital agency that, due to growth are now searching for a Senior Product Owner to work within their public sector client base, owning the product vision and leading on projects.  What you’ll be doing As Product Director, you will come in take a step back and be responsible for designing, developing and owning the product roadmap and prioritising development efforts to enable the businesses to drive proactive and very targeted growth within your client base. You’ll be translating features and developments in the product roadmap into details technical specifications and will oversee the delivery of this through guiding the activity of the development functions with the support of Delivery Managers. This is an end to end role, you will be doing everything you’d expect from Agile rituals, through to creating user stories and test cases, through to managing and reporting on the backlog and progress against the roadmap.  This role is strategic, you will set the vision for your clients on product and digital strategies in collaboration with your clients and the wider team and you will be responsible for the quality of the products, the go to person for any strategic product advice, able to help your colleagues and support them by being the point of escalation driving positive outcomes.  What experience you’ll need  You will currently be working as a Product Manager/ Senior Product Manager/ Product Director/ Head of Product within the public sector or in a similar role crossing over into product such as a UX Designer, UX Lead, Developer, Tech Director or even Delivery Manager/ Senior Digital Project Manager. Understanding of GDS framework and have delivered projects encompassing GDS (Government Digital Service) assessments and tollgates within that.  You will understand the complexities, challenges and solutions that have worked for you. Strong technical understanding, experience working on projects across user experience, integrations, content management and content strategy.  A natural leader, that can mentor, coach and lead on projects, coming up with solutions and being the go to person for all product related questions from strategy through to delivery. Analytical mind and passionate about customers and building the best possible user experience, monitoring your metrics and see whether you’re delivering.  Strong communication skills as this role is client-facing and involves a lot of stakeholder management. Agile experience.  Experience in strategic product development as you’ll own the direction of your clients digital products. What you’ll get in return for your talents A competitive salary is on offer in the range of £45k - £70k, which will entirely come down to experience. In addition to this you’ll receive a company bonus, pension, healthcare and the opportunity to join an employee owned business where you have autonomy and contribute to the direction of the business.  What’s next? If you have public sector experience and meet the above criteria then click apply or email an updated CV through to francesca@adlib-recruitment.co.uk for immediate consideration.  
  • 15th Sep

    Hot Jobs Head Of Tech

    — Innovative Digital Product Specialist

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K-£70K
    Hands-on PHP, Front-End/JS, AWS/Devops, Leadership. Shape and set technical architecture and strategy. Global client base, emphasis upon creativity and innovation. One of Bristol’s most exciting digital agencies is looking to grow quickly due to a surge in work across their business.  They’re looking to hire their first Head of Tech, a hands-on role taking a lead on the delivery of innovative projects utilising experience across back-end, front-end and AWS/DevOps.  A recent winner of a Queens Award for Enterprise, this is a progressive and entrepreneurial group with real ambition looking for someone likeminded to come in and drive the tech side of the business forward. What skills will you be needing Technical: Extensive digital agency or software house background. PHP, MySQL (LAMP stack) MVC (Laravel/Symfony etc) JavaScript/React.js AWS/DevOps CMS (we work with Drupal though not essential) Google Analytics setup/implementation Web standards. Experience of developing apps or SaaS products would be fantastic. Exposure/knowledge of AR is very desirable. Leadership: Able to lead projects and manage inhouse and external developers. Highly client-facing, able to have difficult conversations with credibility. Forward thinking and commercially minded looking to leverage technology as it evolves. What you’ll be doing They’re looking for a technical expert and innovator able to utilise their experience and insight to lead the strategic vision of the group and maximise the digital experience of customer projects.  You will be responsible for understanding customer requirements and architecting the most suitable technical solution, communicating with the wider team throughout.  You will be hands on producing high-quality code and keeping up to date with emerging tech and tools.  They’ll expect you to be able to put together pitches and proposals and accurately estimate time necessary for the project.  Once settled in they will look for you to help nurture and grow a strong, engaged and happy team supporting with coaching, mentoring, reviewing and enhancing code and line management.  So as you can tell, this is a rounded, all-encompassing Tech Lead role but this company is different.  They’re aiming to become one of the most dynamic, ingenious and progressive digital businesses in the region and they’ve got the clients, approach and backing to do it. What you’ll get in return for your talents This is an outstanding opportunity to join a thriving business looking to grow to keep up with demand, over time you’ll be able to grow and shape a team to deliver world class digital products.  In addition, they’re offering a fantastic package including basic salary of £55-70K, discretionary annual bonus (up to 10%), very generous hols, pension, life assurance, time for training/development, long Christmas break, socials, choice of kit and much more.  The role is part-remote with 2-3 days onsite at their studio offices (free parking). What’s next Like the sound of this one?  Send in your CV to Mike for immediate consideration or call in on 01179269530.
  • 25th Sep

    3D & 2D Motion Graphics Designer

    — Specialist Creative Comms Agency

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £45k DOE
    Join a creative agency who are specialists within their field. Be the first to bring animation and motion in-house full time, with exciting progression opportunities. Benefit from a fantastic culture and collaborative environment. We’re looking for a talented 3D & 2D Motion Designer to join an agency based in Bristol. This is a brand-new role with huge opportunity, building upon their existing offering and leading on the agencies motion output. What you’ll be doing So far animation and 3D has been outsourced to freelancers and now the time has come to bring this skillset in-house, becoming a key part of the creative studio. The agency is a niche specialist but their creative output is very varied. They’re well known for pushing a creative brief and providing bold ideas to their clients – your job will be to take their motion offering to the next level. Reporting into the Creative Director you’ll join a tight knit team of designers, artworkers, art directors and copywriting specialists. Producing original assets will be a key part of the role, along with creating slick animations. For the most part you’ll be modelling and producing motion work in 3D, but there will be a need to create 2D work too. You’ll be actively involved from client brief, through storyboarding, asset creation, and final execution. With that in mind ideally you’ll have worked in a similar role within an agency environment pitching and presenting your ideas and taking briefs end-to-end. For the right person this is a fantastic opportunity. You’ll join an agency well established in it’s field and one with a real hunger to grow it’s offering. This isn’t a life style business but a driven and ambitious agency with real purpose and this could be the beginning of a motion graphics team with you at the helm. Saying that we aren’t just looking for senior candidates for the role, it’s all down to having the right portfolio and character. What experience youll need to apply Some experience within a similar role within an agency environment. An expert in Adobe CC Including After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop. Skilled in 3D software; Cinema 4D, 3DS Max or similar. A portfolio full of animation / motion graphics projects (2D & 3D). Able to create animation assets from scratch. Able to manage your own time and workflow projects. Any video editing skills a bonus. What you’ll get in return for your experience  In return for your experience you’ll gain an opportunity to build upon and grow an agency’s motion offering and you’ll benefit from a great working culture within a supportive and collaborative environment. What's next? Please apply with an up to date CV and showreel to be considered.  
  • 25th Sep

    DevOps Engineer

    — AWS, Terraform, learn Kubernetes

    Location:
    Bristol/Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£55K
    Join a world-class engineering team, international client base (ML, AI tech). Work with the latest tech - Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker, Spinnaker etc. Training, career development, fantastic team working culture. A cutting-edge analytics business using a combination of behavioural science and machine learning based in Bristol is looking for a DevOps Engineer to join their expanding team which stretches across to the US. Currently around 20 in Bristol including 8 developers they are looking for a talented DevOps Engineer for the Bristol office. Their AWS infrastructure is very much in place - this is a chance to grow it in Bristol, help drive their cloud platform as the company continues its success and growth. What experience you’ll need Previous experience in AWS based DevOps/Infrastructure. Terraform. Understanding or experience of Kubernetes. Knowledge of Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery processes and improvements. Configuration management, IaC principles. You will be very self-motivated with attention to detail. You must be able to communicate well with the extended engineering teams abroad. Any experience with Python would be a bonus. Passion for the latest trends in technologies and an interest in learning. Ideally you will be able to help grow a team in the future. Being proactive with networking events/meetups would be very helpful. What you’ll be doing They’re looking for a DevOps Engineer to help drive their current cloud platform infrastructure design, build, scale-out and operationalisation. They are currently using AWS but are evolving towards a cloud provider agnostic solution. They have a service orientated architecture that covers many functional areas such as workflow, messaging and complex data science workloads. They use infrastructure s code throughout and security engineering is paramount, you must understand the core fundamentals. As they are continuously evolving how they design and build platform apps there will be opportunities to develop new skills and introduce new technologies to the team. On a weekly basis you will be working closes with the development team and the extended team abroad. The company have agile processes; the team operates like a start-up rather than a corporate engineering organisation. What you’ll get in return for your talents You’ll be based in nice central Bristol offices (remote for now and part-remote in the future), with one of the most talented and skilled teams in the area. The business is at the real forefront of what they do and so you’ll never have a boring day. You’ll get to interact with clients working for huge multinational corporations. This is a business that’s always looking to be cutting edge in what they do so on top of the work-related R&D time you’ll have, you’ll also be allotted time for personal projects. You will have the opportunity to progress and possibly grow a team, the chance to travel to abroad on the companies expense (this isn’t something that is required), you will be around data science/machine learning and always be learning. What’s next? If you like the sound of this one and want to know more or apply then get in touch with Mike (01179269530, mike@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
  • 24th Sep

    User Researcher

    — 3 Months Initial - 3 Days Per Week

    Location:
    Remote + Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £350 p/day
    Amazing Digital Agency. Remote Working - Bristol Client. Up to £350 p/day. 12-week initial contract opportunity, for a User Researcher to work for one of our fantastic digital agency clients. What you'll be doing Working for a digital agency that does some truly outstanding work, based from your home office and/or their office in Bristol - fully remote working with options to go into the office depending on government guidance. What experience you'll need to apply for this role User Research (Expert). Digital Agency Experience (Desirable). What you'll get in return for your experience The daily rate is up to £350 p/day, however, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. What's next? Please apply with your most up-to-date CV/portfolio and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 23rd Sep

    Lead DevOps Engineer

    — Health care software

    Location:
    Bristol (remote for now)
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K-£65K
    ·        Powerful product improving healthcare for thousands within the care sector. ·        Lead a mature AWS DevOps function growing out a team. ·        Great culture, ambitious business with strong work-life balance. A talented DevOps Engineer is needed to join the market-leading software house in centre of Bristol (fully remote for now but looking to have a 3:2 office remote split once things hopefully settle). With 15 talented techies, this quality-driven business is looking to expand off the back of some great new client wins and the meaningful difference they’re making to help improve the lives of vulnerable people. If you enjoy working with progressive tech in a non-ego environment working on products and services that add tangible value to the world, then this is the one for you. What experience you'll need ·        Extensive experience as a DevOps Engineer. ·        AWS services and relevant components. ·        LAMP stack experience. ·        Docker and Kubernetes. ·        Terraform. ·        At least one build pipeline tool (they use CircleCI). ·        Plenty of infrastructure migrations to call upon. ·        EKS and Helm. ·        Python or BASH scripting. What you'll be doing They’re looking for someone who lives and breathes DevOps and systems reliability. You will be asked to build new infrastructure, debug issues, plan new projects and lead/mentor a small team sharing your experience and helping others to succeed. It’s important that you can work well with passionate developers, senior managers and non-technical people and work in an agile set-up where practical. They will expect you to lead architecture discussions from a DevOps perspective, evaluate and select tech and champion best practice information security standards. You will need to have experience of writing, maintaining and deploying Terraformed infrastructure on AWS and manage the costs and necessary associated documentation. What you'll get in return for your talents You'll receive a competitive salary (£55-65K) with the opportunity for career progression as the company continues to grow as well as benefit from working in a centrally located, relaxed, open plan office environment with great people. There'll be a good deal of autonomy and rapid feedback from the development and testing team; this is a great opportunity to stamp your mark on a product that is ever developing, progress your career and personal development. You'll be working within an ambitious product focused business who greatly value a strong work-life balance. In addition, you can attend conferences each year, training focus and time allocation, eLearning or new tech if relevant, knowledge sharing sessions, work socials, flexible working, health cash plan and more. What's next Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV to Tareek now for immediate consideration and more info (01179269530, tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).
  • 23rd Sep

    Business Intelligence Analyst

    — Fast Growing Tech Scale Up firm

    Location:
    Bristol or Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £60K DOE
    Excellent opportunity to work for a fast growing Tech scale up business in Bristol. Work with modern data technology and help push this forward. Join an innovative and forward thinking company.     Joining the Data team in this fast growing and innovative Tech scale up, you will be given the chance to grow and get exposure to a wide range of business analytics from customer data to internal business data, operational data and financial data. Wherever data needs to be analysed the stakeholders need to see it. What you’ll be doing  Working as part of the wider Data Team, you will use your SQL skills to get the data to answer business questions and create meaningful dashboards that can be used to derive insights from the business and customers. You will be workinng on a modern data stack using AWS, Snowflake, SQL and Looker to maniuplate data, take data from multiple sources and then build dashboards, reports and data visualisations. You'll have plenty of interactions with Senior Managers in this business across the different areas and departments to support them with their reporting and data needs.  What experience you’ll need to apply Strong, practical experience of SQL. Experience using data analysis and manipulation tools. Some dashboarding / reporting / data visualisation experience ideally with Looker but Tableau or Power BI would also be ok. Experience working with cloud based technologies. Experience working with data warehouse technology like Snowflake or similar. What you’ll get in return for your experience A competitive base salary of between £40K - £60K (dependent on experience) plus a great benefits package and a bonus.  What’s next? Please get in touch with Alex with an up to date CV today. Don’t hesitate to call / email to discuss the finer details.
  • 22nd Sep

    Product Manager

    — Tech Business (SaaS)

    Location:
    Remote (HQ Bristol)
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £75k
    Product Manager role to join a fast-growing tech business. Global reach – offices across UK, EU and the US.  Role fully remote but HQ in Bristol so need to be happy to visit the office (occasionally). Product Manager opportunity to join a growing tech business where you will look after one of their newest SaaS products, defining the vision, owning the roadmap – and everything in between.  What you’ll be doing  As Product Manager you will report in to the Product Director, involved in planning and execution of a platform, gathering requirements for the products and it’s features, defining the product vision, working with stakeholders from development team, marketing, operations and sales to ensure that business goals are met for the product.  From research, managing backlog, engaging with consumers to gain insight into engagement of the product using the data to define and develop product strategies increasing engagement and targeting customers, maximising value from the product and in turn increasing return on investment.  You’ll drive forward the strategy, roadmap and definition, taking the product to market, removing any blockers along the way. What experience you’ll need  You’ll have a strong track record built up as a Product Manager developing and iterating products in a complex software environment.  B2B SaaS experience. Office 365 integration experience.  You will be technically minded and will have a decent understanding of the technologies and infrastructure involved. You'll have very strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to collaborate effectively with technical and non-technical colleagues and to navigate parent-company dynamics effectively. You'll have strong commercial and strategic skills to compliment your technical product skills and have a strong track record of driving commercial performance across products under your remit. Strong experience of Agile and Lean product development methodologies. Experience with big data and analytics, machine learning and AI algorithms.  It would be desirable if you’re fluent in French, German or Slovak languages. What you’ll get in return for your talents A competitive salary is on offer in the region of £55k - £75k along with a generous benefits package and flexible working.  What’s next? If you think that this could be the right role for you, please click apply or send your up to date CV through to Fran (francesca@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).  
  • 22nd Sep

    Junior QA Engineer

    — EdTech software specialists

    Location:
    Bristol (remote for now)
    Type:
    Salary:
    £18K-£25K
    Automation, creating test scripts, support from senior testers. Fast-growing, progressive successful software house, R&D focus. Fully remote for now, remote onboarding and training. An exciting opportunity for a QA Tester has arisen with a hugely successful company who produce some very smart software, including SAAS, for a variety of businesses, but predominantly in the EdTech sector. Would you like to join a group of talented testers and developers who are in an incredibly strong position due to their well-crafted products and dedicated client base? If so, this could be right for you. What skills you'll need Proven commercial experience of website testing. Test case generation, creating manual test scripts etc. UAT testing experience. Experience of automation tools such as Selenium would be ideal. ISTQB Foundation Level Qualified. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Competent technical skills. Strong analytical skills, attention to detail and be a self-motivated. Knowledge of testing PHP based systems would be advantageous. What you'll be doing Working closely with a team of 6 highly skilled testers, you'll be testing a variety of web applications, websites and mobile for some top clients and brands. You will be able to show your attention to detail, problem solving skills, good organisation and passion for technology in this role. You'll be involved in creating test plans, identifying & reporting any faults and taking ownership of the quality of the final product. You will be expected to contribute to the company culture of self-learning and knowledge sharing as well as looking to continuously improve company practices. 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, 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).
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