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  • 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!
  • 2nd Apr

    AI Software Engineer (Platform)

    — AI software for self-driving vehicles

    Location:
    Bristol or Cambridge
    Type:
    Salary:
    Flexible on experience
    World-class engineering team, European leader in their field. Work closely with the founders who are well-regarded in the tech scene.  DevOps culture, AWS-based simulation environments. A leading automotive AI specialist is going through an exciting period of growth due to recent investment and are looking for a Software Engineer to join their platform team in Bristol. With world-class researchers, engineers & scientists already integrated into the business, the support structure they offer is second-to-none and would be a great next step for those looking to progress their career within the AI space. What experience you’ll need Proven experience in Python development. Any knowledge of C++ would be useful.  Significant knowledge of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes) and infrastructure-as-code (IaC) using Terraform, Ansible or CloudFormation. Solid understanding of AWS or a similar platform. Experience working in Linux environments, using build tools like GCC/CMake.  Awareness of CI/CD tools such as Gitlab, Bamboo or Jenkins.  Passion or interest in Artificial Intelligence would be useful.  What you’ll be doing  Joining the platform team in Bristol, you’ll play an integral part in deploying and optimising the business’ self-driving technology onto both cloud-based simulation environments and their own in-house fleet of vehicles. R&D is a massive focus for the company with regular data collection initiatives put in place to ensure continuous testing with the latest software releases. You’ll be involved in developing tools to launch, maintain & monitor their autonomous stack, working closely with other areas of the business (including Machine Learning) to maintain communication & seamless releases. What you’ll get in return for your experience   On top of a flexible salary range, the business offers 25 days holiday, stock options, a health pension scheme, BUPA healthcare from day one, as well as flexible/remote working options. The support structure is unrivalled with constant access to training courses, personal development plans and R&D sessions. You’ll be surrounded by experienced founders in the tech scene, world-class scientists and renowned engineers so you’ll constantly be progressing your career forward.  What's next?  Want to find out more? Give Joe a call or send your CV over to be considered! 
  • 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!
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