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  • 21st Apr

    Systems Admininstrator

    — Space organisation

    Location:
    Oxfordshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Market leading salary and excellent benefits package
    Exciting opportunity to join a sustainable space organisation.  Competitive salary.  Great opportunities for career progression and growth.  My client who are an international organisation who operate within the space sector and are based in Oxfordshire. They are looking for an experienced and motivated Systems Administrator to join their IT team.   What you’ll be doing  You will be reporting directly into the head of IT, to understand new and emerging business requirements and take responsibility for the successful implementation of secure IT infrastructure. You will be covering all aspects of their projects from initiation, implementation, deployment and support to meet their requirements.  Support their existing IT estate which includes O365, AWS, VPNs and networking infrastructure.  Collaborate with other IT team members to troubleshoot incidents/issues and improve daily operations.  What experience you’ll need to apply Knowledge of a Linux administration/engineer experience.  Cloud-based knowledge and experience of implementing O365 solutions.  Implementation experience using Microsoft technologies.  Experience in developing and delivering security as an integral part of IT systems.  Experience of support, delivery and administration of physical IT systems.  Fundamental understanding of virtualisation and containerisation technology.  Configuration as Code experience and use of automation tools.  Knowledge of implementing and troubleshooting networking protocols.  What you’ll get in return for your experience   If successful with this role you will join a company that is well funded and will give you a market leading salary. You will gain the ability to set your own working calendar around their flexible working policy and a very generous remote working policy as well. As well as this you will gain access to their amazing career development and progression program.  What's next? If you would like to apply please click the link or email gareth@adlib-recruitment.co.uk  
  • 7th Apr

    Senior DevOps Engineer

    — 100% remote BioTech start-up

    Location:
    Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £60K - £80K
    Health/BioTech start-up supporting the fight against Coronavirus.  Full remote working with no plans to change.  First DevOps hire with autonomy & control over tech.  I’m working with an incredible BioTech start-up who have plans to scale-up globally in 2021 whilst playing an integral role in the fight against Coronavirus. As part of this growth, they’re looking to hire their first DevOps Engineer to support a cross-functional team with automation and scaling, working with an insanely vast amount of data in a serverless environment. This business is fully remote with no plans to change once restrictions lift, so you can be based anywhere in the UK.  What skills you’ll need Proven experience with AWS and its ecosystem (EC2, RDS, Lambda etc.). Ability to manage Infrastructure-as-Code (Terraform or CloudFormation).  Knowledge of Microservice architecture and serverless.  Comfortable working with very large amounts of data.  Advocate for automation and scalability, ideally having taken a start-up through a similar journey.  Ability to create and manage CI/CD pipelines, as well as automating release/deployment processes. Understanding of traditional infrastructure; Linux, Networking, VPNs etc. Ideally you’ll have some coding experience though you won’t need to code much.  Appreciation for security and sensitive data. Any knowledge or interest in Big Data, ML, Health Data would be super useful.  What you’ll be doing This is their first DevOps hire, you’ll be joining a small team empowering the developers and creating/building pipelines using tools of your choice. You’ll take control of a progressive microservice architecture using Lambdas, working with massive amounts of data and supporting the build of a new service platform which is first-of-its-kind in the world! You’ll be an advocate for automation, managing Infrastructure-as-Code using Terraform and operating across several platforms which includes machine learning, web and bio-information in the cloud. They’re starting to bring on some much bigger clients so you’ll help them scale up globally with security at the forefront of your mind considering the sensitivity of the data you’re working with. This role would suit a self-starter who is happy working autonomously, with an ability to educate others on best practice and introducing new & emerging tech where you can.  What you’ll get in return for your talents This role is 100% remote with no plans to change, as well as offering flexible working hours for those who need it. They’re offering a very competitive salary, healthy pension scheme, 25 days hol (+ bank hols), support with upskilling and tech conferences, as well as your own choice of hardware before you get started! More than anything, this business is acting as an integral backbone to the fight against Coronavirus so you know that the work you’re producing is making a real-life difference to Citizens all across the globe.  What’s next? Like the sound of this one?  Share your CV with Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 3rd Apr

    Systems Engineer (DevOps)

    — Work with household gaming brands

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £50K
    Contribute to the development of the gaming industry.  Comprehensive benefits package, including access to games bundles and discounts on gaming products. Mature approach to flexible working.  Operating as the backbone to the gaming industry, this awesome tech company are looking for a DevOps Engineer to join them in Bristol. This is a really exciting opportunity to work alongside industry greats, with great access to coaching and mentoring if required. With c100 people globally and one of their most successful years to date, you’ll have the chance to interact with household names in gaming, while contributing to the growth of a c£2bn industry. What experience you'll need Proven background in a DevOps capacity, with extensive CI/CD knowledge (ideally Jenkins).  Competent with Ansible for configuration management. System administration skills across both Linux / Windows systems, covering instrumentation, monitoring, debugging etc. Exposure to a cloud platform, preferably AWS or similar.  Understanding of networking, virtualisation, containerisation (Docker, DNS, TCP/IP). Any scripting experience in Python, PowerShell or similar would be useful.  Passion for automation and continuous improvement.  What you'll be doing You’ll act as an enabler for improvements across their current infrastructure, which is built on Jenkins, Ansible, Git and Chocolatey. This role sits across multiple teams within the Bristol office, with a primary focus on improving CI systems and introducing automation where necessary. You’ll support developers in reducing test/release times, take ownership of improving test, dev and release workflows, plus championing modern virtualisation and provisioning. The business is full of world-class engineers working in a fast-paced, ever-changing industry so adaptability is key, coupled with a drive to learn and integrate new tech to maintain quality moving forward. If you’re a natural problem solver, this place is for you. What you'll get in return for your talents You will get a comprehensive benefits package including regular games bundles and discounts on gaming products, 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays), pension scheme, private medical cover, health insurance, relocation assistance if needed, and health club membership. Alongside this there is a mature attitude to working, with flexibility around core working hours and the chance for remote working once restrictions lift.  What’s next? Please get in touch with Joe to find out more about this awesome role. 
  • 2nd Apr

    DevOps Engineer

    — award-winning cloud product

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K - £60K
    Huge autonomy over role, choose your tech & tools.. Fast-growing business, expanding client base, award-winning platform. 3 days remote working, start-up culture, collaborative teams. An exciting Bristol-based tech business is looking for their first DevOps Engineer to implement their DevOps strategy and help deliver their already established and highly successful platform to their ever-expanding client base. The business is doing incredibly well, having recently moved their product to the cloud and more than tripling their team over lockdown it’s a really exciting time to be joining them on their journey. You’ll be joining them on a fully remote basis initially with the view to be in the office 2 days a week once restrictions lift. What you’ll need Proven experience with AWS and its ecosystem (EC2, RDS, Lambda etc.). Ability to manage Infrastructure-as-Code (Terraform or CloudFormation). Ability to create and manage CI/CD pipelines, as well as automating release/deployment processes. Understanding of various monitoring tools like Prometheus, Grafana, Kibana etc. Knowledge of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes or similar). Advocate for automation and scalability. Database experience (SQL, MySQL etc.) Ability with various tools for automation, load and performance testing. Ideally you’ll have some coding experience though you won’t need to code much, a Sysadmin background is fine. What you’ll be doing As their first DevOps hire, your primary focus will be to consult others on best practice surrounding software delivery, working closely with the developers to put a DevOps strategy in place before implementing it. This will involve automating build & deployment processes, introducing modern tooling for CI/CD processes and creating/maintaining these pipelines moving forward. They’ve just moved their product to the cloud and are picking up a lot of new clients so there’s a big focus on scalability and automation, plus performance of the wider platform. They don’t have much of a structure in place for systems logging/monitoring so you will take ownership of setting that up, ideally using Cloudwatch but they'll give you the control over tech. You'll also be responsible for maintaining their IaC which currently uses CloudFormation. They will give you a lot of autonomy and control over the tech you use. You'll have the chance to learn about InfoSec too. What you’ll get in return On top of a salary of up to £60K you will joining a fast-paced, dynamic yet relaxed environment with a company culture which is second-to-none. You will receive a generous benefits fund to tailor your benefits package to suit you on top of a number of voluntary benefits such as cycle to work scheme & give as you earn, a competitive pension scheme, 27 days annual leave including your birthday off, wellness programmes and more.  What’s next? Sound good? Get in touch with Joe now! 
  • 30th Mar

    Scala Data Engineer

    — Sustainability

    Location:
    London/Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £85k
    Lots of autonomy, choose your own tech stack! Remote working, flexible benefits scheme and large bonuses. Constant growth & progression, loads of events/conferences. A progressive, technology-first business is looking for a Scala Data Engineer as they go through a rapid period of growth due to continued success and recent acquisitions.  What you'll be doing As a Scala Data Engineer, you will be influential in supporting the integration of several systems, requiring you to work with a combination of serverless technologies. You will work in a cross-functional team with a focus on integrating products that will impact over a million people across the UK. This involves owning the project from inception, advocating continuous improvement and building new features with scalability and resilience in mind. The role involves building & scaling distributed systems and ensuring that the micro-service platforms are written in the most suitable language for each product (all connected on an event stream) so working autonomously is important. You’ll also be covering things like backlogs, data migrations and other more general development projects, constantly using progressive technology with scope to integrate emerging tech into their wider stack.  What skills you'll need  3 years' experience as a Software/Data Engineer or Backend Developer Scala expereince Experience with streaming technologies e.g. Kinesis/Kafka/similar desirable Understanding of cloud technology; specifically AWS or Google but open to other platforms as well.  Knowledge of deployment automation, CI/CD & containerisation. What you'll get in return for your talents A base salary of up to £85k plus a range of benefits including flexible/remote working, 26 days holiday, plenty of social events and meet-ups, an annual training budget, free breakfast, fruit & drinks, a 20% bonus, a flexible benefits scheme (including phones, laptops, TVs and bikes) and a great pension. Importantly the working environment they have created is second to none. The offices themselves are fantastic and you’ll also be working with some great people who value the company and what they believe in. What's next? Want to join the team? Please apply with an up-to-date CV or call/email Scott to discuss the finer details.
  • 24th Mar

    Full-Stack JavaScript Developer

    — Join the GreenTech revolution!

    Location:
    Remote / Gloucester
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £45K
    Tech-first clean energy start-up. Fully remote with occasional trips to Gloucester.  Ambitious growth, progressive tech, lots of progression.  I’m helping a brand-new energy start-up to find a Full-Stack App Developer to join a small but growing team in Gloucester (or remotely). Their solution utilises AI software which allows energy trading between homes to save people up to 70% on their bills! They launched in 2019, since then they’ve grown to c40 people and have no plans to slow down. With an ambitious technology roadmap in place and plans to grow the development team further, this role plays an integral part in scaling their applications up and introducing new and emerging tech.  What experience you’ll need Background in Full-Stack JavaScript development. Their stack is: NodeJS / TypeScript on server-side  VueJS, NuxtJS and React Native on front-end Proven understanding of DevOps cultures.  Experience with CI/CD using Netlify or similar.  Sound knowledge of AWS and it’s ecosystem (EC2, RDS, S3, Lambda).  Experience with Docker/Kubernetes would be very beneficial.  Ability to test your own work.  Understanding of SQL, PostgreSQL, CockroachDB or similar. Agile development principles.  Any knowledge of things like Python, PHP or Rust would be amazing, but not essential.  What you’ll be doing Joining a team of 4 Developers and reporting into the Tech Director, you’ll support the business in designing and implementing the next-gen of their tech solutions, building on their current application suite and supporting the migration away from legacy code (though your main focus will be on introducing new tech, rather than on legacy apps). This role will be operating in a true DevOps culture which involves setting up CI pipelines from the ground up and managing all aspects of the AWS ecosystem. There isn’t much of a testing set up in place so it’s expected that you’ll help to formalise a process, as well as improving internal system integrations in line with their tech roadmap. As a small start-up you’ll wear a few hats, meaning you’ll need to be adaptable and be comfortable liaising with both internal and external stakeholders, including their R&D division.  What you’ll get in return for your talents This role is just about fully remote, though you’ll need to be happy coming to their Gloucester office 2-3 times a month for strategic meetings. You’re entitled to 28 days holiday (+ bank hols), flexi-time for those who need it, a healthy pension scheme, support on upskilling in the areas you’re not as confident with and time for R&D. There’s on-site parking when you’re in the office and a cycle to work scheme. More importantly you’ll be working for a start-up who are saving a lot of money for people across the UK, acting as pioneers for the green tech revolution!  What’s next? Like the sounds of this one? Get in touch with Joe to find out more. 
  • 22nd Mar

    Senior DevOps Manager

    — Hire a team and grow a capability offering

    Location:
    Bristol OR Wiltshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    £70K - £85K
    Global business with a chance to grow a DevOps capability.  Cutting edge tech, R&D, progressive world-leading business. Diverse tech and household products used by millions.  One of the UK’s most innovative technology companies are looking for a Senior DevOps Manager to join them in either Bristol or Wiltshire. With a diverse and progressive product base to involve yourself in, surrounded by a team of passionate technologists with ranging backgrounds, this is an awesome chance for someone to grow a DevOps capability offering whilst working on some seriously cool household products.  What skills you’ll need Proven experience in leading a DevOps capability, preferably in an enterprise production environment.  Ability to manage a team of leaders with strategic oversight and technical direction. Experience with large-scale applications and web (eCommerce) platforms.  Strategic mindset with ability to lead DevOps culture and grow a capability offering.  Experienced in recruitment, team appraisals, KPIs, technical leadership.  Multi-cloud experience preferred but knowledge of either AWS, GCP, Azure or similar is fine.  Understanding of Microservices, Infrastructure-as-Code and ideally Security-as-Code. Agile experience, able to take a scaled Agile approach.  Any experience of the follow isn’t essential, but would be great to see: AEM, Magento, SAP, Hybris, SharePoint, Mulesoft, Java, .Net, Retail/eCommerce.  What you’ll be doing This role looks after the wider DevOps capability offering of the business with 6 DevOps Managers from various teams and locations (globally) reporting into you. Your primary focus will be to grow a DevOps offering with several leaders in each area, leading future ambitions to shorten the SDLC and improve CI/CD capability across all platforms within the business. Your various teams will be accountable for end-to-end design, delivery and support of applications across commercial, ops and enterprise, ensuring that development and technical operations are working hand-in-hand, as well as utilising 3rd party resource to create a seamless end-to-end delivery approach. You’ll define the internal culture and processes before bringing in leaders to grow their own teams, owning future strategy and reporting into the Head of Application Development.  What you’ll get in return for your experience An incredible opportunity to work for a global giant offering a competitive salary with long term progression, training and development, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays, annual bonus, flexi-time/remote working, health options, pension scheme, smart offices, R&D time and more. Above all, you’ll be in a role with real job satisfaction and the autonomy to evaluate, select and suggest new ideas that will be highly valued. What's next? Really exciting roles here – want to hear more? Give Joe a call or send us your CV now!   
  • 19th Mar

    DevOps Managers

    — Grow a team

    Location:
    Bristol OR Wiltshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    £65K - £70K
    Global business with a chance to grow your own DevOps team.  Cutting edge tech, R&D, progressive world-leading business. Diverse tech and household products used by millions.  One of the UK’s most innovative technology companies are looking for DevOps Managers to join them in either Bristol or Wiltshire. With a diverse and progressive product base to involve yourself in, surrounded by a team of passionate technologists with ranging backgrounds, this is an awesome chance for someone to grow a team whilst working on some seriously cool household products.  What skills you’ll need Proven experience in leading a DevOps team, preferably in an enterprise environment.  Experience with large-scale applications and web (eCommerce) platforms.  Strategic mindset with ability to lead DevOps culture and grow a capability offering.  Multi-cloud experience preferred but knowledge of either AWS, GCP, Azure or similar is fine.  Previous hands-on experience with CI/CD (TeamCity, Jenkins) and containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes).  Understanding of Microservices, Infrastructure-as-Code and ideally Security-as-Code. Awareness of various logging/monitoring tools.  Agile experience, able to take a scaled Agile approach.  Any experience of the follow isn’t essential, but would be great to see: AEM, Magento, SAP, Hybris, SharePoint, Mulesoft, Java, .Net, Retail/eCommerce.  What you’ll be doing These roles fall into various teams which together form a huge part of the wider business’ tech function. With opportunities across multiple domains, your primary focus will be to grow a DevOps offering in your core area, supporting future ambitions to shorten the SDLC and improve CI/CD capability across all platforms within the business. Your team will be accountable for end-to-end design, delivery and support of applications across commercial, ops and enterprise, ensuring that development and technical operations are working hand-in-hand, as well as utilising 3rd party resource to create a seamless end-to-end delivery approach. You’ll define culture and processes before growing your own team, owning future strategy and reporting into the Senior DevOps Manager, and Head of Application Development.  What you’ll get in return for your experience An incredible opportunity to work for a global giant offering a competitive salary with long term progression, training and development, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays, annual bonus, flexi-time/remote working, health options, pension scheme, smart offices, R&D time and more. Above all, you’ll be in a role with real job satisfaction and the autonomy to evaluate, select and suggest new ideas that will be highly valued. What's next? Really exciting roles here – want to hear more? Give Joe a call or send us your CV now! 
  • 10th Mar

    Senior/Lead Cloud Software Engineer

    — IoT, Robotics, Serverless, Connected Products

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive (Please ask)
    Global business with a tech division overlapping into IoT/Robotics. Cutting edge tech, R&D, progressive world-leading business. Progression into a Lead role. One of the UK’s most innovative technology companies are looking for a Senior/Lead Cloud Software Engineer to join their Wiltshire-based cloud robot team. With a diverse and progressive product base to involve yourself in, surrounded by a team of talented Engineers with ranging backgrounds, this is an awesome chance for someone to grow into a lead position (unless you’re already there!) whilst working on some incredible projects in the IoT/Robotics world.  What skills you’ll need Back-End focused with proven experience in C#, Python or NodeJS, preferably in a production environment.  Significant knowledge of cloud-native development (ideally AWS) & serverless architecture.  Automated testing, unit testing experience.  Awareness of connected products, scalability, micro-service architecture, distributed applications etc.  Infrastructure-as-Code (CloudFormation/Terraform). CI/CD experience (CD is most important), flexible on which tools.  Ability to lead and mentor juniors. Comfortable working Agile/Scrum.  They’re happy to look at other server-side backgrounds if you bring significant cloud-native experience. What you’ll be doing Joining a 5-person cloud robot team as a Senior-Lead Engineer, you’ll be covering a variety of projects, focused on building new connected product features as well as enhancing the pre-existing platform using C#/Node, bits of Python and a range of monitoring & automation tools. The business work Agile and are huge advocates for paired/mob programming, which you’ll need to be comfortable with as most of the time you’ll be coding in teams. You’ll be involved in daily stand-ups & fortnightly sprints. Most of the projects you’d focus on are centred on IoT & Robotics so you will have plenty of variety, making adaptability is essential. The long-term goal for this role is to evolve into more of a Technical Lead position so you will need to be willing & prepared to make that transition later down the line.  What you’ll get in return for your experience An incredible opportunity to work for a global giant offering a competitive salary with long term progression, training and development, access to courses and conferences alongside a formidable benefits package.  You can expect generous holidays, annual bonus, flexi-time/remote working 2-3 days a week, health options, pension scheme, smart offices, R&D time and more. Above all, you’ll be in a role with real job satisfaction and the autonomy to evaluate, select and suggest new ideas that will be highly valued. What's next? Really exciting role here – want to hear more? Give Joe a call or send us your CV now! 
  • 9th Mar

    Full-Stack PHP Developer (CRM)

    — Join the GreenTech revolution!

    Location:
    Remote / Gloucester
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £50K
    Tech-first clean energy start-up. Fully remote with occasional trips to Gloucester.  Ambitious growth, progressive tech, lots of progression.  I’m helping a brand-new energy start-up to find a Full-Stack CRM Developer to join a small but growing team in Gloucester (or remotely). Their solution utilises AI software which allows energy trading between homes to save people up to 70% on their bills! They launched in 2019, since then they’ve grown to c40 people and have no plans to slow down. With an ambitious technology roadmap in place and plans to grow the development team further, this role plays an integral part in scaling their applications up and introducing new and emerging tech.  What experience you’ll need Background in PHP with extensive knowledge of CRM development. Proven knowledge of the JavaScript ecosystem, ideally with one modern library.  Proven understanding of DevOps cultures.  Experience with CI/CD using Netlify or similar.  Sound knowledge of AWS and it’s ecosystem (EC2, RDS, S3, Lambda).  Experience with Docker/Kubernetes would be very beneficial.  Ability to test your own work.  Agile development principles.  Any knowledge of developing/maintaining Python, CockroachDB or Rust would be useful, but not essential.  What you’ll be doing Joining a team of 4 Developers and reporting into the Tech Director, you’ll support the business in designing and implementing the next-gen of their tech solutions, building on their current application suite plus supporting the modernisation and growth of their CRM as the business scales up and support is moved in-house. The current CRM is managed by external contractors but the plan is to bring this in-house; you’ll be responsible for kicking this off so you’ll need to be comfortable doing analysis of the current CRM, dipping into legacy systems and offering some JS experience to start migrating certain modules into other environments. This role will be operating in a true DevOps culture which involves setting up CI pipelines from the ground up and managing all aspects of the AWS ecosystem. There isn’t much of a testing set up in place so it’s expected that you’ll help to formalise a process, as well as improving internal system integrations in line with their tech roadmap.  What you’ll get in return for your talents This role is just about fully remote, though you’ll need to be happy coming to their Gloucester office 2-3 times a month for strategic meetings. You’re entitled to 28 days holiday (+ bank hols), flexi-time for those who need it, a healthy pension scheme, support on upskilling in the areas you’re not as confident with and time for R&D. There’s on-site parking when you’re in the office and a cycle to work scheme. More importantly you’ll be working for a start-up who are saving a lot of money for people across the UK, acting as pioneers for the green tech revolution!  What’s next? Like the sounds of this one? Get in touch with Joe to find out more. 
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