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  • 1st Jul

    Hot Jobs Front-End Engineer/Architect

    — Remote role with option to work in Bath

    Location:
    Remote/or Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £90K-£110K
    High level engineering, work with modern JS frameworks (mainly React). Amazing benefits, conference budget, cutting-edge learning materials. Product used by engineering teams at Airbnb, Github, Microsoft, EA, Heroku, Slack and loads more. A San Francisco based company with offices in Bath are looking to bolt on a Front-End Architect to work with their team in the US. You will be in a core team of 3 high level engineers as part of a wider 20 person engineering team. Working closely with the Product and Design team you will help build their customer-facing core product that helps many of the industry’s leading engineering teams around the world to deliver high quality software to their users. What experience you’ll need You will be a JavaScript expert A wide range of JS library experience, ideally React but others such as Angular, Vue or Ember will be considered. TypeScript, ES6, Jest and Enzyme are also used to any use of these will be beneficial. Experience with Ruby on Rails is a plus. AWS would be useful to have. The use of CI/CD and containerisation tools would be great (GitLab, Jasmine, Docker, Kubernetes). Agile experience, worked in sprints. You will have worked with remote teams before. Good communication skills. Willing to be flexible with working hours to an extent. What you’ll be doing There are 2 code bases, first is the front-end React app (they have been using React for 4 years now) with some TypeScript and other JS libraries. The second code base is a Ruby on Rails app, a layer that the front-end communicates with. As a key member of the team you will be building the core dashboard that helps developers all over the world to be more efficient at what they do. With your background in front-end you will architect and build dynamic data visualisations to help customers explore huge sets of data, which you will also explore using your own product – they use it every day themselves. On a daily basis you will use the latest and greatest front-end technologies and if you like get involved with back-end languages and/or operations, as it’s a small company there’s lots of flexibility to work across teams where reasonable. You will also be a key player in future hiring and structuring of the team, you must be the leader and own the architecture, though be willing to stay hands-on away from management responsibilities (which could change in the future). As you are working closely with the team in SF you must be willing to overlap on time zones the majority of the week e.g. 11-6pm or 12-7pm UK time, it may change each time, sometimes you may just have to be around for a quick video call in the evening. What you’ll get in return for your talents Alongside an extremely generous salary (£90K-£110K), equity and remote working you will have a conference benefit – Once a year the company will cover flights, accommodation and conference tickets to visit any conference in the world of your area of work. You will have 22 days annual leave with a week off between Christmas and New Year, commuting and food expenses if you wish to travel to the Bath office. You will also have access to books, and learning resources – they have standing subscriptions to expensive high quality learning material that will keep you on top of the front-end world. As your team will be SF based you will have the chance to be flown out to work with the team at the companies expense. There’s really no big ego’s in the company, everyone plays as a team and the work/life balance is amazing. What’s next? If you would like to find out more about this role or apply then please get in touch with George – George@adlib-recruitment.co.uk; 01179269530
  • 11th Jul

    UI Design Lead

    — Digital Transformation For Leading Brand

    Location:
    Glastonbury
    Type:
    Salary:
    Circa £50k
      We’re looking for a UI Design Lead to join the in-house design and experience studio for a well known brand. You’ll work closely with the Head of UX Design and provide design leadership for their digital transformation programme. What you’ll be doing  The Lead UI Designer will join a UX/UI team of 6 (+ contract support). This is a hands on role focussed on providing user centred visual design for web and email as well as visual direction and leadership for other designers within the team. The business itself has invested in growing out it’s in-house digital capability and this role is an important step in their journey. There is a huge opportunity here to work with a major brand yet still have the influence to make genuine change and help shape their future online. As a lead you will engage with senior stakeholders across the business; working closely with the Head of UX you will help to evangelise user centred design across the business. With exceptional design craft skills you’ll deliver quality as well as help to up-skill those in the business who are less digital savvy. This role is initially on offer as a 12 month fixed term contract. What experience you’ll need to apply Exceptional design craft skills, in particular User interface design for responsive web. A confident design leader, able to lead by example and inspire others to create great work. Big brand experience, understanding of organisational change and how to make a creative impact with a commercial mindset. A user centred approach to design and previous experience of working with UX specialists or within cross functional design teams. eCommerce experience highly desirable. What you’ll get in return for your experience   In return for your experience you’ll join a team with great design and UX leadership and be part of an exciting digital transformation programme. Initially this role is a 12 month fixed term contract. This role is commutable from the South Bristol area, Bath, Yeovil, Exeter and many areas of North Dorset. What's next? Apply with an up to date CV and portfolio to be considered.
  • 11th Jul

    Head of Design & UX

    — Market leader in online gaming

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    £85k-£110k
    Grow a team of designers’ at large scale. Incredible office culture & benefits. Central London location.   This is a rare and exciting opportunity for a Head of Design & UX to join a rapidly growing digital agency within the online gaming space. With modern (seriously impressive) offices, working environment in a league of its own and central London location, this is an opportunity for an ambitious Head of Design/UX to really sink their teeth into, grow a team around you and spearhead the direction of a host of interesting projects. What you’ll be doing What won’t you be doing! In the first instance, you’ll be joining a rapidly growing team made up of UI Designers, UX’ers, analytics & product specialists - You’ll help build, lead and nurture upcoming talent within the agency, all with a forward-thinking approach. It goes without saying, with a role at this level you’ll be well in-tune with modern UX and have your finger on the pulse with current design trends, especially in the UI space. Using your expertise, you’ll put forward, develop and roll-out new innovative, content-led products for the online gaming sector. Leading by example, you’ll be no stranger to getting the very best creative solutions out of your team, ensuring clients have slick, aesthetically pleasing products ahead of competitors. The agency work in cross-functional agile squads, pulling on a host of specialist skill-sets within teams, so there is no doubt collaboration is encouraged at all times. You’ll need to be meticulous and data-driven with UX processes, having already gained solid experience in research, wireframing, prototyping and testing – with an exceptional understanding of all things digital across a multitude of touchpoints. Although you won’t always be 100% hands-on, you’ll still be eager to step in and embed yourself with day to day design challenges when needed. What experience you’ll need to apply Have led & built design/UX teams from the ground up. Strong working knowledge Sketch, Invision or similar industry standard tools. Have top-notch visual design skills. Be one step ahead with design trends. A portfolio bursting with UI, visual designs & UX case studies. Experience working in agile squads. Passionate about all things digital.  A keen interest in the online gaming sector. Proven management experience. What you’ll get in return for your experience  A salary circa £85k-£110k, 25 days holidays (plus 8 bank holidays), an annual all expenses paid trip (previous locations include Mexico & Thailand), Christmas & New Year shut down, your birthday off, charity days, flexible/work from home options, bonus scheme, health insurance, pet friendly office, learning budget & a host of other fantastic perks (seriously there are too many to list!) What's next? Does this sound what you’re looking for? Apply today with your CV and portfolio/case studies and we can discuss in more detail.
  • 1st Jul

    Product Designer

    — Green Technology

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Circa £50k
    Create digital products and services that support a more sustainable future. Enjoy great employee benefits. Work as part of an experienced product design culture. We’re looking for a digital Product Designer to join one of Bristol’s leading home-grown brands. For a keen problem solver this is a great opportunity to work with the latest technology and help provide a greener future for generations to come.                                       What you’ll be doing You’ll join a multidisciplinary studio creating digital services that are used by thousands across the UK. As the name suggests your role will largely focus on the design aspects of product; you’ll collaborate with an internal and external network of research specialists taking customer insights to enhance existing features as well as develop new ones. In this role we need a keen problem solver not just a visual designer. As well as create polished visuals you’ll use research findings to define new information architecture and create wireframes and prototypes for testing. The main focus will be on the flagship IOS/Android app but the business is ambitious and looking to the future in many ways. You’ll support their vision of becoming an international brand, deliver new technologies like smart home services and work with innovations in sustainable technology. What experience you’ll need to apply A UI designer, interaction designer, digital product designer or UX Designer by trade. User centred in your approach; visual in the main but able to contribute to research and testing activities comfortably. Have worked with digital products and services including IOS or Android apps. Be excited by problem solving and genuinely interested in the latest technology. Comfortable communicating your design decisions and creative ideas to people from all backgrounds. Confident with modern industry standard design tools including those used for wireframing and prototyping. What you’ll get in return for your experience  In return for your experience you’ll join a business awarded for their focus on employee satisfaction, you’ll be well looked after. Within this team you’ll build products that provide a more sustainable future. You’ll receive e flexible benefits package, 25 days holiday (+ bank holidays) and a competitive salary. What's next? Please apply with an up to date CV and collection of case studies to be considered. We’ll want to see more than finished visuals; sketches, scamps, research findings, wireframes and prototypes.
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