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  • 27th Mar

    Hot Jobs Digital Marketing Manager

    — Subscriptions Marketing

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    circa £45k-£50k
    Varied Acquisition & Retention Subscriptions Marketing Role. Unique Proposition/Offering.  Great Office Based in Central Bath. Here is an incredible opportunity to join a fun and innovative brand in Bath as their new Subscriptions Digital Marketing Manager.  Working specifically on the subscriptions side of the business you will drive new subscribers through acquisition campaigns and effective retention strategies.  With a new app being launched, this is an exciting time to be joining the business. What you’ll be doing The company is built around a video subscription service that runs through YouTube and a new mobile app and you will build a profitable base of subscribers.  This is a broad digital role where you will have all channels at your disposal; you will design and implement paid media subscriber acquisition campaigns to recruit subscribers at the lowest possible cost.  You will work with the wider team to conceptualise and execute campaigns that build the free funnel to convert free social and app users in to paying customers. The paid/organic acquisition campaigns will be supported by a strong retention strategy and you will design the customer communications strategy to aid subscriber retention by looking at frequency, content, timing and tone of voice.  With this you’ll manage the CRM strategy and manage the team responsible for the creation of all marketing assets for the video subscription service.   Reporting will also be vital to the success of this role, and you will monitor daily gross adds and churn statistics to optimise performance, track customer satisfaction levels, app store rating and engagement metrics, and will provide regular updates to the senior leadership team and aid product improvement and innovation.  This is a really exciting role and a great time to be joining the business. What experience you’ll need to apply Good experience driving app downloads or subscriptions Proven acquisition and retention campaign experience Strong all round digital marketing knowledge, including email, automation, CRM etc. Ability to improve websites to maximise UX and engagement Understanding of how to convert registered users in to subscribers Experience of using customer insights to inform decisions and approach Highly numerate and analytical Strong verbal and written communication skills Commercially minded and a strong problem solver Ideally holding a relevant business/marketing degree or hold a professional qualification i.e. CIM, IDM What you’ll get in return for your talents There is a competitive salary on offer (circa £45k-£50k), good company benefits, you’ll be working for a great brand and within a fast paced and exciting working environment.  There aren’t many better digital marketing opportunities out there right now!   What next If you’ve worked within an app based or subscription service environment then I want to hear from you!  Apply now or contact Chris (01179 269530) for more information.  
  • 19th Mar

    Hot Jobs Release Train Manager

    — International Financial Services & Banking Company

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £80k
    Brand new Release Train Manager role in the heart of Bristol. Work on a large scale digital transformation project for a leading financial services company. Be rewarded with a hugely competitive salary and benefits package, including 10% pension.  One of the UKs most established financial services companies are looking for a Release Train Manager to join their digital studio in Central Bristol. The business operates across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America, serving almost 19 million customers Worldwide. Currently undergoing a large-scale digital transformation to modernise critical legacy systems you’ll play an integral role in driving the delivery to meet objectives. What you’ll be doing As Release Train Manager you will be working within the commercial banking arm of the business and you will lead the platform transformation with the support of your team covering all areas from mobile app, everyday servicing, API and microservices to support the main website channels.  You will work in cross-functional teams, engaging with the wider business (some of which work within more traditional methodologies - Waterfall), coaching the teams ensuring that teams are collaborating and communicating updates and changes throughout all stages of the project, ensuring that everybody is aligned and are ultimately helping customers. With the support of your team of 10 Delivery Managers and Scrum Masters, together you will run workshops, look at different approaches, regular stand ups, ensuring that the vision and pipeline are being met at all times and constantly developing continuous improvements through Agile coaching.  What skills you’ll need You will currently be working as a Release Train Manager/ Release Manager/ Programme Manager. Background in leading large scale digital transformation projects across the development lifecycle, including apps and websites. Strong communication skills, working with cross-functional and remote teams. We need somebody that is innovative and constantly looking for new ways to improve things - looking at processes, methodologies, communication, systems, to drive positive change and continuous improvements through Agile coaching.   Experience in management (line managing a team of 10 Delivery Managers and Scrum Masters), somebody who is a natural leader, that can lead and motivate teams and is also not afraid to get hands on when necessary.  Sector experience is desirable (financial services) or experience working within a regulatory environment.  Experience working in an Agile environment. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return the business has some very competitive benefits. You'll not only be rewarded with a great salary but you will receive a flexible 20% benefits package on top. You can use this on healthcare, your pension, exclusive product and lifestyle offers and learning programmes. Alongside the financials you'll get to work in a modern and collaborative work space in the heart of Bristol, work with some genuinely talented minds in tech and be part of the digital transformation for a big name brand. What’s next? If you meet the above criteria then please send an up to date CV through to Fran at ADLIB for immediate consideration (francesca@adlib-recruitment.co.uk) or click apply now. 
  • 16th Mar

    Hot Jobs Technical Lead (Polyglot, AWS)

    — Java, Scala, Python, C#, Ruby or Groovy

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £70K - £95K
    Uncapped holiday, constant transparency & open source contributions.  Dedicated weekly afternoons for company-wide learning.  Pioneering project base making a difference to citizens across the country. A public sector software delivery specialist recently landed in Bristol and are looking for Tech Leads with polyglot tech knowledge and AWS/DevOps experience to join their team. This is a brand-new hub with rapid plans for growth in place, driven by a culture of mentoring and support with dedicated afternoons set aside for research & development. Outcome-based delivery is a big focus for the business; they pride themselves on ensuring that all technology deployed meets the goals & expectations of their customer base. They’re embarking on a pioneering programme of work which will have a positive impact on the lives of UK citizens everywhere. What skills you’ll need Proven experience in technical leadership with a background in mentoring other Engineers and working to architecture/consultant level.  Extensive experience working in AWS environments and its associated tech (EC2, ECS, Lambda, API Gateway, S3, CloudFront etc).  Fluency in at least one server-side language; C#, Ruby, Java, Scala, Python or Groovy. Significant understanding of infrastructure-as-code & automation using things like Ansible, Chef, Puppet, Docker, Terraform, CloudFormation, Kubernetes.  Appreciation of front-end/UI, ideally with exposure to React or similar.  Experience with API development, microservice architecture & databases. Comfortable with TDD/BDD approach. Ability to work Agile/Scrum with regular sprints.  Awareness of paired programming techniques.  What you’ll be doing Joining a brand-new delivery team, you will act as a technical & thought Leader for other engineers internally, offering insight & expertise across a variety of paradigms which includes object-oriented, declarative, event-based and functional. The majority of the project base sits across healthcare & local/central government, a lot of pioneering projects which could involve you in anything from monoliths to microservices, constantly advocating technical excellence and adapting between engineering, architecture, technical direction and consultancy depending on the scenario. You will offer a passion for cloud & automation, seamless tooling and approaching software delivery in a DevOps approach. The business has built an unrivalled support structure which you will contribute to, along with regular client-facing aspects which comes back to the consultative nature of the role.  What you’ll get in return for your experience Where to start? They offer uncapped holiday (yes, you read that right), an open source handbook on Github which you’ll be able to contribute to regularly, as well as flexible working hours for those who need it. They offer a culture of learning; they dedicate one afternoon a week purely to research & development to allow their Engineers to upskill in any areas they feel need some attention, plus funding any techie courses/conferences that would be useful for you to go to. You can expect to be sent on annual holidays with the team, regular lunches & socials and will even pay for you to go away on your 3rd working anniversary! They’re very active in the tech community too, speak regularly at meetups, write blog posts and run their own events.  What's next? Sound like the role for you? Send your profile to Joe or give us a call to find out more!
  • 26th Mar

    Software Engineer (C#)

    — Highly rewarding project base

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K - £45K
    World-leading products used by millions. Flexible hours with remote working options. Rapid growth, constant progression & exposure to emerging tech.  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 number of Software Engineers as they look to grow their technology function in Bristol. With a brand-new office space and rapid growth plans in place for 2020, this is a great opportunity for a dedicated Engineer to progress their career further whilst rewarding themselves by solving real-life challenges through technology. What experience you’ll need Proven experience in C#.Net development, preferably within a product-driven environment.   Knowledge or interest in Windows desktop/application development using WPF. Understanding of MS Azure; commercial experience would be preferred.  Agile experience including Scrum, Unit Testing, TDD. TFS knowledge would be beneficial. What you’ll be doing Working within the software team you will design 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 role will initially be more focused on the desktop side but they are going through a massive transformation, migrating all desktop apps to the cloud so this role will only progress alongside that transformation. It’ll be expected you communicate well within your team being part of sprint planning, sprint reviews, retrospectives etc. and to guide more junior developers whilst you do this. Depending on your position within the team, 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 to do a bit of home working, 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!
  • 26th Mar

    Software Engineers (AWS) - Remote Interviews

    — Java, Scala, Python, C#, Ruby, Groovy

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £75K
    Unlimited holiday, regular open source contributions on Github.  4.5 day week with dedicated afternoons for learning.  Pioneering project base making a difference to Citizens across the country. A public sector software delivery expert has just landed in Central Bristol and are looking for several Engineers with AWS experience to join their team. This is a brand-new hub with rapid plans for growth in place, driven by a culture of mentoring and support with dedicated afternoons set aside for research & development. Outcome-based delivery is a big focus for the business; they pride themselves on ensuring that all technology deployed meets the goals & expectations of their customer base. They’re embarking on a pioneering programme of work which will have a positive impact on the lives of UK Citizens everywhere. What skills you’ll need Proven background in AWS environments and its associated tech (EC2, ECS, Lambda, API Gateway, S3, CloudFront etc).  Fluency in at least one server-side language; Java/Scala, Ruby, Python, C# or Groovy. You must be able to test your code as well.  Significant understanding of infrastructure-as-code & automation using things like Ansible, Chef, Puppet, Docker, Terraform, CloudFormation, Kubernetes.  Appreciation of front-end/UI, ideally with exposure to React or similar.  Experience with API development, microservice architecture & databases. Comfortable with TDD/BDD approach. Ability to work Agile/Scrum with regular sprints.  Awareness of paired programming techniques.  What you’ll be doing Joining a brand-new delivery team, initially you’ll take ownership of a multi-channel digital tech platform with over 900 microservices and hosted on AWS, working highly Agile with regular sprints and releases. The majority of the project base sits across healthcare & local/central government, a lot of pioneering projects which could involve you in anything from monoliths to microservices, constantly advocating technical excellence and adapting between stacks to ensure continuous successful delivery. You will offer a passion for cloud & automation, seamless tooling and approaching software delivery in a DevOps approach. The business has built an unrivalled support structure which it’s expected you will embed into. Most of their Engineers are client-facing so this is something you’ll need to be comfortable with as well .  What you’ll get in return for your experience Where to start? They offer unlimited holiday (yes, you read that right), an open source handbook on Github which you’ll be able to contribute to regularly, as well as flexible working hours for those who need it. They offer a culture of learning; they dedicate one afternoon a week purely to research & development to allow their Engineers to upskill in any areas they feel need some attention, plus funding any techie courses/conferences that would be useful for you to go to. You can expect to be sent on annual holidays with the team, regular lunches & socials and will even pay for you to go away on your 3rd working anniversary! They’re very active in the tech community too, speak regularly at meetups and run their own events.  What's next? Sound like the role for you? Send your profile to Joe or give us a call to find out more!
  • 26th Mar

    Digital Product Designer

    — Tools & Systems Design

    Location:
    Bristol (remote)
    Type:
    Salary:
    Upto £50k
    Play a lead product design role within an exciting start-up environment. Work with a highly driven team but one that strikes a good work / life balance. Enjoy a sociable atmosphere, the buzz of a growing team and the security of a well-funded start-up. *This employer is set up for remote onboarding and continuing recruitment as normal We’re looking for a Digital Product Designer to join a Bristol based start-up. Part of a wider team of design specialists this role will focus on creating internal tools and systems including a CMS and data management tool; it’s all about making access to data and complex information simple; a problem solvers dream! What you’ll be doing As a Digital Product Designer within a start-up you’ll play a multi-faceted role that encompasses research, testing, prototyping and high-fidelity design. You won’t need to be an expert in each area, but you will need a breadth of experience that touches on all parts of the product design lifecycle. Most importantly you’ll need to be a design thinker rather than just focussed on the visuals and keen to test with your users. For this particular role we’re looking for someone that’s interested in data, creating systems and making sense of complex information. You’ll be enabling the growth of the customer facing product and ensuring the tools and systems being used are scalable and work for everyone in the team. The product is still in its infancy in many ways but over the last couple of years its users have skyrocketed. The team is always looking for more creative ways to connect people all over with one another, to talk about their passions and creations, to learn and to share. This is a great opportunity for creative and entrepreneurial designers to work with one of the really exciting Bristol based product teams.  What experience you’ll need Proven experience in digital product design and exposure to the whole product design lifecycle. A good visual designer but driven and fascinated by your users; keen to research, learn, test and iterate every step of the way. Experience of working on complex systems or data management tools. Experience with modern design tools (Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, Figma, XD etc). Ideally have worked in cross functional agile teams in the past.  Comfortable working at pace and within a changing environment. Experience of creating and optimising content management systems beneficial. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return for your experience you’ll join a start-up team that’s well funded, growing at pace and has an established product offering. The business prides itself on striking a good work / life balance so you’ll be part of a hard-working team but a group of people that recognise burnout isn’t good for productivity or culture. You’ll receive a competitive salary and a number of other financial and lifestyle benefits.  What’s next? To be considered please apply with an up to date CV and portfolio of relevant web or native app projects. If you’re still working on the portfolio that’s fine too, get in touch to express your interest and we can discuss.
  • 25th Mar

    PR Executive

    — Exciting Consumer Brand

    Location:
    Bath/Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £25k
    •    Well established business with an international presence.•    Easily accessible from Bristol and Bath by car or public transport.•    An integrated role and busy role. A fantastic opportunity became available to join an established business that has been growing from strength to strength even in current times of economic uncertainty. The successful candidate will report into PR Manager and they will work as a part of a friendly team of other marketing and communication professionals.  What you’ll be doing The successful candidate for this role will work on a wide range of PR activities spread across traditional and digital media. Stakeholder management will be key to this role, you’ll make sure that the relationship with the press and the media is spot on as well as agencies and colleagues/ the Senior Team. Moreover, you’ll support the PR Manager with shaping the wider strategy. It will be your role to stay on top of all ongoing activities, making sure that they are happening when they should and that they are delivering to desired KPIs.  What experience you’ll need to apply •    Degree in PR, Journalism, Media or similar a similar discipline •    Previous consumer PR experience gained client side or agency role•    Outstanding communications skills.•    Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and working to tight deadlines. What you’ll get in return for your experience A starting salary up to £25k + excellent benefits. This role will give you an invaluable experience working for a growing business and being a part of a talented and ambitious team What next? Please get in touch with Ania for more info.Please note in a light of current circumstances with Covid 19, depending on how the situation evolves, this recruitment process may take place entire via digital meetings. Moreover, it’s also possible that the successful candidate may join the organisation and start working from home for a necessary duration of time. 
  • 24th Mar

    Python Developer

    — Data Science, Machine Learning, IoT

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £55K
    Varied project base all centred on Data Science/IoT.  Ambitious growth period with scope to get from 30 to 100 in the next 2 years.  International customer base working with a diverse range of household names.  A well-reputed predictive analytics & application consulting provider is going through a rapid period of growth and are looking for Python Developers to join their team. Born in America, the Bristol office is now at c30 (developers, testers, data scientists/engineers) with scope to get to 50 in 2020, and 100 in the next 2 years. They operate in a highly Agile environment, working with an incredibly diverse & global customer base spread across the UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Spain & Monaco. The business are constantly looking to integrate new & emerging technologies into the business, a lot of their techies are customer facing as well.  What skills you'll need Proven Python development experience, preferably with an interest in data science/visualisation.  Back-end focused with an appreciation for front-end technology. Understanding of React/TypeScript.  Significant knowledge of infrastructure-as-code (Terraform).  Containerisation experience (Docker, Kubernetes).  Awareness of cloud technology, particularly with AWS.  Any understanding of FastAPI, Git or Postgres would be beneficial.  Extensive knowledge of Agile/Scrum methodologies and ability to work in a highly Agile environment.  What you'll be doing  Joining a small development team in the data science division of the business, you will take ownership of a high-level data science platform which will need a service-based architecture built to allow adaptation of requirements depending on the particular customer. This role is primarily server-side focused but you will need to offer enthusiasm for the front-end and will offer support with React/TypeScript as and when needed. The solution will be deployed on AWS using Docker & Terraform; it ingests & processes data from various sources and then cascades it back to their stakeholders. There will be some backlog work to involve yourself in initially but then the focus will be on adding new features/functionalities to the platform. You will need to grasp technical details quickly, familiarising yourself with the design & architecture of any given project so you can adjust your approach to best support the customer’s requirements What you'll get in return for your experience The company offer a very relaxed & casual environment, offering flexible working hours (core day is 10am – 4pm) and plenty of scope for training & progression. As the business expands there could be scope to move into more of a lead position depending on which way you see your career going, and they encourage their employees to go on a range of training courses & tech conferences. They’re offering a generous salary, healthy pension scheme and free food in the office. It really does have the culture of a start-up but with the backing of a large international business!  What next?  This is a fantastic opportunity to work for an amazing company, so if you're interested, send your CV to Joe ASAP or give us a call to find out more.
  • 23rd Mar

    Data Engineer

    — Data Science Consultancy

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £55k
    Develop Cloud and Big Data solutions. Build on existing and design new services.  Remote working, flexi-time and great bonuses. This client is building out their data engineering capability to bolster technology offerings to clients.  What you'll be doing You will support the development and integration of several products, requiring you to work with a combination of serverless technologies with clients and internal teams. You will build on top of existing platform services to deliver custom solutions to clients. As a result, you'll collaborate with Data Engineers and Data Scientists to ensure that the data is integrated and accessible.  What experience you'll need to apply Python, Scala or Java Experience with Spark/Hadoop/HDFS/Flink etc. Cloud experience (AWS, GCP, Azure or similar) preferred Docker preferred High performing graduates with demonstratable data/software engineering project achievements considered What you'll get in return for your experience A base salary of up to £55,000 DOE plus excellent bonuses and benefits package including flexi-time and work from home. What's next? Please get in touch with Scott with an up to date CV today. Don't hesitate to call/email to discuss the job in further detail.
  • 23rd Mar

    JavaScript Engineer (Senior or Lead)

    — Flexible/Remote Working

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Negotiable (Please ask)
    Global business with an exciting new progressive digital hub. Chance to pick up a huge range of tech across a wide range of stacks. High-level creative solutions for global organisations and household names. An internationally renowned digital technology giant has landed in Bristol and is looking for a number of JavaScript Engineers (at Senior or Lead/Manager level) to join their outstanding team. With plans to grow to 200 in 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.  What skills you’ll need Excellent portfolio of front-end development examples/links to well-designed sites and applications. Have a clear understanding of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript ES6 and the JavaScript Event Loop. Skilled in at least one JavaScript library (React/Redux, Vue, Typescript). Understanding RESTful web services and design patterns. Know when to use float, inline-block, flex or CSS grid. Have a good understanding of visual and user centred design. Proactive mentality with a team-oriented approach. 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 concept & design into code to create quick-loading and accessible UX. As a Senior/Lead they will be looking for you to show good practice development and coding standards to your work, take part in planning sessions, retrospectives and reviews and support junior developers when required. There are opportunities in more oversight/architectural positons where you have more involvement in technical strategy & direction as well.  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 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 and 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.
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