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  • 19th Jan

    Senior Azure DevOps Engineer

    — Lead a team

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £55K - £60K
    Ongoing transformation with a focus on automation cross the business.  Household brand with an 'agency style' dev & ops environment. Great benefits and offices (remote working, annual bonus, flexi-time). One of the UK’s leading household names is looking to expanding their digital function with a Senior DevOps Engineer hire. There’s an on-going digital transformation across the business and there are some really exciting projects in the pipeline. The digital team has enjoyed creating an agency style dev & ops environment, with all the resources and funding of a hugely successful business. There's a real emphasis on helping techies grow their skills and there will be support for training / courses and to learn new tech and best practice, whilst allowing you to lead a team and mentor others.  What skills you’ll be needing Proven background in DevOps within a MS environment using Azure Cloud services.  Ability to create automated build/deployment pipelines using Azure DevOps or similar.  Understanding of the Atlassian stack (Octopus, Bitbucket etc.).  Knowledge of TeamCity or similar for CI/CD.  Linux & Windows server experience, Windows being more important.  Ability to read and understand code in C#.Net, MVC, HTML, XML, WCF and SQL.  Scripting experience, ideally Bash, Python, PowerShell or similar.  Skilled in building infrastructure from code using Ansible or Terraform.  Any knowledge of Docker containers and networking is desirable.  Line management and/or technical leadership experience preferred. What you’ll be doing Your primary responsibility will be to support the digital team in creating automated build & deployment pipelines from the ground up, in order to optimise software delivery. You’ll be configuring infrastructure and utilising APIs to deliver solutions which are developed both internally and via 3rd party cloud services. You’ll be owning cloud and on-prem infrastructure across multiple environments, working closely with the wider digital team to offer advice & expertise on best practices, as well as involving yourself in code reviews. This role sits in between development & operations, so you’ll need an adaptable mindset with an ability to liaise with different teams and stakeholders to ensure timescale estimates are on-track and that delivery is at the highest possible level. Automation is a massive focus for the business so it’s expected that you will act as an advocate for other teams. What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as a generous salary, you’ll get the chance to join the team at a really exciting time for the business. The digital change puts you at the very forefront of the company’s future growth. You’ll be based in really nice offices, with perks like free parking, a sociable canteen, showers & changing rooms, remote working and an outside garden for when the suns out and some really nice break out areas. There’s also the chance for future progression through the team and business. You'll be offered training and support to take courses to learn and develop your skills with other technologies where needed.  What’s next? Sound great?  Send your CV to Joe now or call in for a chat.  
  • 19th Jan

    Azure DevOps Engineer

    — Constant progression and new tech

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £55K
    Ongoing transformation with a focus on automation cross the business.  Household brand with an 'agency style' dev & ops environment. Great benefits and offices (remote working, annual bonus, flexi-time). One of the UK’s leading household names is looking to expanding their digital function with a DevOps Engineer hire. There’s an on-going digital transformation across the business and there are some really exciting projects in the pipeline. The digital team has enjoyed creating an agency style dev & ops environment, with all the resources and funding of a hugely successful business. There's a real emphasis on helping techies grow their skills and there will be support for training / courses and to learn new tech and best practice. What skills you’ll be needing Proven background in DevOps within a MS environment using Azure Cloud services.  Ability to create automated build/deployment pipelines using Azure DevOps or similar.  Understanding of the Atlassian stack (Octopus, Bitbucket etc.).  Knowledge of TeamCity or similar for CI/CD.  Linux & Windows server experience, Windows being more important.  Ability to read and understand code in C#.Net, MVC, HTML, XML, WCF and SQL.  Scripting experience, ideally Bash, Python, PowerShell or similar.  Skilled in building infrastructure from code using Ansible or Terraform.  Any knowledge of Docker containers and networking is desirable.  What you’ll be doing Your primary responsibility will be to support the digital team in creating automated build & deployment pipelines from the ground up, in order to optimise software delivery. You’ll be configuring infrastructure and utilising APIs to deliver solutions which are developed both internally and via 3rd party cloud services. You’ll be owning cloud and on-prem infrastructure across multiple environments, working closely with the wider digital team to offer advice & expertise on best practices, as well as involving yourself in code reviews. This role sits in between development & operations, so you’ll need an adaptable mindset with an ability to liaise with different teams and stakeholders to ensure timescale estimates are on-track and that delivery is at the highest possible level. Automation is a massive focus for the business so it’s expected that you will act as an advocate for other teams. What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as a generous salary, you’ll get the chance to join the team at a really exciting time for the business. The digital change puts you at the very forefront of the company’s future growth. You’ll be based in really nice offices, with perks like free parking, a sociable canteen, showers & changing rooms, remote working and an outside garden for when the suns out and some really nice break out areas. There’s also the chance for future progression through the team and business. You'll be offered training and support to take courses to learn and develop your skills with other technologies where needed.  What’s next? Sound great?  Send in your CV to Joe now or call in for a chat.  
  • 11th Jan

    Senior Data Engineer

    — Python, full-stack software engineering, GraphQL

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £80,000
    Fast-paced, creative e-commerce business Latest tech stack  Exciting tech transformations  An exciting opportunity to join a fast-paced, creative e-commerce/ marketplace company based in London. Over the last 12 months, the company has been working hard on progressing their tech platform and customer experience and are now looking to take the business to the next level. With over 12 million website visitors per month, and their current product offering doubling this year, this is a great time to join.  The company is using cutting-edge technology including React, Next JS, GraphQL, AWS ECS, Lambdas, Java and there a number of super exciting projects in the pipeline. They are a nurturing business that focus on learning, development, agile working, and team/ individual autonomy.  What skills you’ll need Full-stack software development experience Extensive experience with Python   SQL proficiency Experience using Cloud DevOps tools like AWS, GCP with CloudFormation and/or Terraform A solid understanding of database systems Great communication skills  What you’ll be doing  Data is at the center of this fast-paced business and using data well allows them to better understand their customer trends. This role will sit in the software engineering/ tech team. This team is accountable for ensuring that data flows and can be used effectively by the data scientists/ machine learning team.  As a Senior Data Engineer, you will design, build, and run innovative solutions using market-leading data platform technologies.  This is a senior role, so you also be responsible for supporting more junior team members, upskilling and working with your peers to make decisions.   You will be passionate, creative and have a great interest in the latest technologies.  What you’ll get in return for your talents A fantastic salary, great holiday allowance, up to 10-15% bonus and many other benefits and perks  What’s next?  Please apply with your up to date CV and Sophie will be in touch   
  • 8th Jan

    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. 
  • 8th Jan

    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. 
  • 6th Jan

    Junior DevOps Engineer

    — Leisure, Travel & Tourism

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30K-£40K
    100% employee-owned B Corp certified company Pick up Terraform, Kubernetes, Prometheus and Grafana to name a few. Join an energised, supportive and caring team who know their stuff. A leisure, travel and tourism company who have seen a surge in activity during 2020 are looking for a Junior/Mid DevOps Engineer to join their supportive and caring team. This is a big opportunity for someone who has a good development background who wants to get into DevOps, or someone with a good amount of DevOps experience already. What do you think? What skills you'll be needing Good knowledge of AWS services. Plenty of experience working with containerised applications (Docker ideal). A broad understanding of multiple systems e.g. CMS, CRM, APIs, etc. Experience of working with LAMP stacks. Ideally an ecommerce related background but not essential. Excellent communication skills when discussing technical topics with stakeholders. A solid understanding of Scrum framework. Curiosity, drive, enthusiasm and willingness to learn a LOT of new stuff. What you'll be doing  Configuring and maintaining CI / CD pipelines in GitLab as well as extending AWS infrastructure managed in IaC using Terraform.  You’ll get to know their cross-environment Kubernetes clusters and assist the development team with local development in simulated Kubernetes. Create, configure and maintain monitoring and logging applications within the cluster (Thanos, Prometheus, Grafana). You’ll assist with the migration of services from legacy platforms into containerised applications in K8S or into alternative AWS services as well as track performance and adapt resource capacities to meet the needs of the running applications. Work on other AWS-hosted services to integrate with containerised applications and run and inspect security scans to ensure emerging critical vulnerabilities are addressed. Work with the Solutions Architect to create technical and infrastructural plans for new features or applications. Deploy new applications into the infrastructure (e.g. queueing or search technologies). You’ll build CI / CD and automated testing into other areas of the digital estate to improve efficiency and reliability. What you'll get in return for your talents  If you’re keen to be part of an organisation that truly cares about the planet, who are B Corp certified and 100% employee owned then the culture here is right for you. You’ll receive plenty of support as you upskill (if needed) and a generous salary of up to £40K DOE. You can also look forward to allocated annual use and time away at some incredible locations across the country (once things settle), an annual Dividend, pension, health plan, access to industry certifications and more. What's next  Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV for more info to Tareek (tareek@adlib-recruitment.co.uk 01179 269 530).
  • 3rd Jan

    DevOps / System Administrator

    — GreenTech!

    Location:
    Gloucester / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £45K
    First of its kind Green Energy project in the UK. Flexible & remote working / interviews. R&D time with scope to pick up new & emerging tech.  DevOps / System Administrator needed for a unique Energy company in Gloucester. They are developing first-of-its-kind energy storage systems in the UK and have already taken the equivalent of c200,000 cars off the road through their innovative storage solutions and with over £100 million in funding they're looking to invest heavily in new power stations over the next couple of years to be the clear market leaders in this exciting industry. What skills you'll need Background in Linux system administration with knowledge of Ubuntu or Debian.  Experience in the command line plus working SQL knowledge.  Scripting expertise using Bash or similar.  Awareness of AWS services (EC2, S3, RDS etc.). Cloud server management, logging, monitoring, using things like Grafana and Prometheus.  Appreciation of infrastructure-as-code (IaC) – Ansible, Terraform etc.  Ability to setup, track and secure remote access points and VPNs.  An interest/passion renewable energy and sustainable technology. What you'll be doing  The business’ infrastructure is continuously growing with increasing demand in energy trading, meaning this role plays an integral part in supporting their network and server infrastructure. The aim is to automate existing tools to help manage the significant flows of data, as well as automating cloud server management and introducing infrastructure-as-code. You’ll be managing long-term storage and data availability, owning Linux system administration as well as supporting developers to deploy high-quality software. One of the key projects is to build a monitoring/alerting platform for their cloud fleet which will utilise things like Prometheus and Grafana, though you’ll be given a lot of autonomy over tech choices if you see another benefit. Lots of variety in this role with involvement in hardware, software and cloud domains.  What you'll get in return for your experience You will be joining at an exciting time in the company’s journey as they look to build on their strong market position and expand into new areas. They offer competitive salaries based on skills and expertise with an excellent benefits package that includes; annual bonus, flexible working hours, 2-3 days a week remote working (full-time during coronavirus!), a stimulating working environment and the knowledge that your work is contributing towards a greener planet. What’s next? Send in your CV to Joe or give us a call to find out more.
  • 31st Dec

    DevOps/Integration Engineer (Elasticsearch)

    — ELK Integration

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £50K
    Established platform provider with multi-national client-base. Ambitious plans to double revenue over the next few years. Large focus on ELK integration & management of data stores/solutions.  This platform provider has moved from strength-to-strength since launching over 10 years ago and now operate across Europe and the US with plans to double their revenue over the coming years. With continued growth in their Bristol team, they need an ELK Integration/DevOps Engineer to be involved in infrastructure delivery and data store/solution management. It’s a small team of 10-15 people with a lot of talent to offer. What skills you’ll need Significant experience with Elasticsearch stack and enterprise production.  Proven scripting knowledge using Elasticsearch & Kibana.  Background in a DevOps/Sysadmin role in Linux environments.  Understanding of AWS (EC2, Lambda). Advocate for IaC, automation & CI/CD (Ansible, Puppet, Terraform). Ability to read code, preferably PHP/Node/Python. Coding experience nice to have.  What you’ll be doing You’ll be responsible for managing ELK data stores & solutions as well as involving yourself in the delivery of a range of infrastructure projects. You’ll look after all aspects of Elasticsearch clusters, acting as a bridge between the development/ops teams and operating in a heavily DevOps-oriented culture. Other responsibilities include providing support to the DevOps team using things like Ansible & other forms of IaC, supporting data requirements and developing Kibana dashboards to provide insight into product operations. Lots of variety and lots of internal/external training with emerging technology constantly being integrated.  What you’ll get in return for your talents For starters, you’ll have the investment of a truly supportive leadership team backed by an annual training budget and learning academy. They also offer weekly language lessons to make you more versatile across international projects with international office exchanges possible should you be interested. On top of that you’ll have a healthy pension scheme, custom-designed offices (after lockdown…), private healthcare, a free gym, regular socials, the list goes on.  What’s next? Want to find out more? Contact Joe to hear more! 
  • 26th Nov

    Systems Engineer (DevOps)

    — Work with household gaming brands

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £45K
    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. 
  • 15th Oct

    Full-Stack AWS Engineer

    — Angular, TypeScript, Node

    Location:
    Bristol / Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £45K (flexible for right person)
    Own the build of a multi-functional robot!  Change the lives of UK citizens.  Remote role even after restrictions lift.  I’m helping a Bristol-based start-up who offer a multi-functional product that supports vulnerable adults to stay in touch with their loved ones, plus providing easy access to the benefits of modern tech. This Tech4Good business are looking to bring their development in-house to further improve their product and as part of that transition are looking for a Full-Stack Engineer with AWS skills to join them. What skills you’ll be needing JavaScript/ES6 with cloud-native development experience.  Proven knowledge of Angular 7; any understanding of v9 would be useful.  NodeJS and TypeScript expertise.  AWS/Lambda with the ability to deploy solutions within AWS. Awareness of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes), CI/CD and build/deployment automation. Webpack, Grunt/Gulp, TDD, automated testing.  Any knowledge of voice chatbot applications would be highly beneficial but not essential.  What you’ll be doing As the first in-house developer you’ll be given a lot of autonomy and control over technical direction of the product. You’ll be taking ownership of a back-end API of a care portal solution which you’ll then integrate into their application suite, as well as looking after the front-end aspects with usability being at the forefront of their focus due to the customer-base. You’ll act as Product Owner, working closely with the Development Manager to design and implement new features, contributing to functional and non-functional design and advising senior managers on challenges, complexities and implementations. There are ambitious growth plans for the team after this hire so it’s expected that you’ll be able to help build coding standards and policies, advocating best practices and mentoring juniors in the team as and when they join. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be joining a very successful entrepreneurial company with brilliant leaders and inspiring team members working on life-changing products that customers love. They’re almost fully remote with the odd trip to their Bristol office every few weeks, they offer flexible working hours, constant training and progression. When you’re in the office you’ll be in an awesome hub of innovation, surrounded by talented technologists and progressive tech-first businesses to learn new things from. What’s next? Keen? Give Joe a call to find out more!     
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