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TechnologyADLIB's technology recruitment team has deep roots in the digital and tech sectors, offering a proven track record of supplying talent to software houses, consultancies, digital agencies, ambitious start-ups and scale-ups, thriving SMEs and big name employer brands for many years.

Our expert technology recruitment team operates across the South West, London, Home Counties, South Wales and South Coast (and everywhere in between), providing solutions to clients on a permanent and contract basis. 

We speak their language; we know what we're talking about and thrive in the pursuit of tracking down top talent, from CTOs and senior level appointments, through to championing the stars of tomorrow.
 
Our digital technology team recruit top class IT professionals from the world of development, from Front End, PHP, .Net, JavaScript/ React/ Angular/ Node, Mobile, Python, Java and much more, through to experts in testing, infrastructure, architecture and database development.

Working alongside our software and engineering recruiters is a team of specialists whose focus sits within delivering Product Managers, Project Managers, Programme Managers, Business Analysts, Agile and Scrum experts, Delivery Managers, QA and Testers.
 
Our cloud technology recruitment team are immersed in the market and have a strong network of cloud expertise to call upon. We specialise within cloud infrastructure, DevOps, project management and information security & governance, across technologies inclusive of Amazon Web Services, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Openstack, VMware and vCloud.

Day to day you’ll find us working with those that handle all manner of cloud orientated technologies including Cloud Consultants, Technical/Solution Architects, Enterprise Architects, SysOps / DevOps / DevSecOps, Cloud Security and Access Management through to Platform / Infrastructure Automation Engineers.

Our cyber security recruitment team operate across the South of England, supporting vendors that develop and sell products and solutions, through to consultancies and end user clients building out their cyber security teams seeking protection, assurance and compliance. We operate across all levels from senior management to those graduating out of cyber academies. We handle vacancies from Heads of Cyber Security, Heads of Infosec, Cyber Security Consultants, Security Analysts, Security Managers, Security Engineers, Security Architects and Security Auditors. Furthermore Security Operations Centre Analysts and Managers and Penetration Testers.

 

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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
  • 26th Jun

    Hot Jobs Head of Product

    — Successful EdTech Business

    Location:
    Oxford
    Type:
    Salary:
    £Competitive
    Brand new Head of Product role joining a successful EdTech business. Amazing culture, flexible and autonomous environment. A strategic role, owning the product vision and direction of the product portfolio. Here is a fantastic opportunity to join an Oxford-based business who make beautiful SaaS products as Head of Product. This is a high-profile role within the business where you will take the lead in managing product research, product specification, market and consumer insight, and identifying, developing and launching new products to market. What you’ll be doing Working in a tight-knit team you will have overall responsibility for the business's longest standing software product and your own small product team. You will be the primary driver of the product vision and translate this into a strategic product roadmap incorporating market trends and customer insight.  You will be bringing genuinely innovative thinking to your approach to perfecting the product and solving user problems. This is all about innovation and owning the product. As well as the software delivery side to product management, you’ll have ownership of the more commercially strategic product elements – go to market strategy and commercial forecasting. What experience you’ll need We’re looking for a well-rounded senior and strategic product management professional (Head of Product/ Product Director). Track record in delivering new software products (ideally cloud-based SaaS) to market. You’ll be equal parts technical software delivery person and commercially minded go-to-market style product person. Experience of owning web-hosted/ cloud software. Experience of managing teams of Product Managers and working well with development teams. This business delivers software within the education sector/ EdTech so any exposure to this space will make you stand out from the crowd. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be joining a company that has a genuinely great culture, where people come first. This is a senior level role within the business. The salary is competitive and you will also receive a package including car allowance and a company bonus. You can also work from home up to 2 days per week. What’s next? This is likely to turn-around very quickly, if you’re a Product Director/ Head of Product that fits the above criteria then please get in touch with Fran at ADLIB with an updated CV today.
  • 20th Jul

    Digital Project Manager

    — Digital Agency

    Location:
    Bath
    Type:
    Salary:
    £30,000 to £35,000
    Exciting opportunity to play a key role within the digital project management team as part of a well-established and successful agency. Work with a range of high-profile clients on a variety of projects. Beautiful offices in central Bath, commutable from Bristol, Cardiff, Chippenham, Gloucester, Swindon and Yeovil. Do you love building award winning websites? Are you fascinated by the digital landscape? This is a chance to join a superb digital agency in the role of Digital Project Manager. What you’ll be doing As Digital Project Manager you will be a key part of the business working closely with another Project Manager and the Creative Director to deliver engaging and aesthetically pleasing websites for a range of clients from cool start-ups to internal conglomerates. This role is very client facing so stakeholder management and communication skills are vital as clients are seen as partners and vital to the continued success of the business. Naturally you will work cross functionally with design and development teams to define that all briefs are made into actionable plans and projects delivered on time, scope and budget. What experience you’ll need You will have had a taste of agency life and working in a similar role at the moment whether that’s in a Project Manager or Digital Producer capacity. Experienced working with digital teams and strong understanding of web development. Exposure to a variety of digital project management tools. Culturally you will be positive, proactive and customer-centric. You’ll need to be a confident communicator, hands on approach to problem solving and ensuring that things keep running smoothly. Strong time management and organisational skills, able to manage multiple projects simultaneously and calm under pressure. You will be passionate about the digital world and thrive in delivering high quality websites. What you’ll get in return for your talents You can expect a competitive salary dependent on your experience up to £35k, and a clear path to progression all within a well-established and growing agency who really cares about their clients. What’s next? If you’re looking to get involved in some exciting projects at this cutting-edge digital agency then don’t hesitate to apply now! Apply Directly or Contact Aaron Drury at ADLIB Recruitment on 01179 269 530 to discuss further.
  • 19th Jul

    Delivery Lead

    — Digital Transformation Projects

    Location:
    Swansea
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £70k
    Delivery Lead role within a tech-forward organisation in South Wales (Swansea). Work with cutting edge technology and digital experts. Competitive salary on experience, in the region of £50k - £70k.  We’re searching for a Delivery Lead to join a consultancy onsite with a large innovator based in Swansea, commutable from Cardiff, Bridgend and Port Talbot. You will be working within a tech-forward team who are committed to doing great work and pushing the boundaries.   What you’ll be doing As part of this pioneering team, you’ll be responsible for planning, leading and motivating your team to victory. Your team will manage projects throughout the full lifecycle; from requirement capturing, concept and scoping, through to planning, risk management and sign off, ensuring deadlines and budget are met every time.    You’ll have a broad input to the team helping in the development of new strategies from evaluating current processes, methodologies used, change management activities and concepts to drive online communication to your customers to a whole new level.    What experience you’ll need The ideal candidate will have experience in a similar Delivery Lead/ Senior Project Manager/ Project Director/ Programme Manager role. Agile experience is essential here, you will also know your way around task management tools e.g MS Project, Jira/Confluence, Tableau.   Your background would’ve stemmed from tech, whether that’s as a Developer or a Tester and then moved into delivery. You will have experience of mentoring, managing and leading teams. Software development lifecycle.  Track record in managing large complex development projects with multi-functional teams. What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be joining a team of world class digital experts doing some excellent work with a wide reach, all whilst maintaining a fun and social working environment. Salary is in the region of £50k - £70k plus benefits.   What’s next? If you live and breathe all things digital and you’re on the lookout for a new Delivery Lead role, please send your CV to Francesca at ADLIB today!
  • 18th Jul

    Mac Support Engineer

    — 3 Months, Central Bristol

    Location:
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £127.50 p/day
    Mac Technical Support - Bristol. 3 Month Initial Contract. Desktop (90% Mac/10% Windows). A Bristol based company, is looking for a 1st/2nd Line Support Analyst to work on a Mac roll-out. This role would suit a 1st/2nd Line Support Analyst, that has commercial experience supporting Apple products: Mac, MacBook, iPad etc.  What you'll be doing Supporting the rollout of upgraded Apple machines - installing new builds and applications.Working in an Apple Desktop Environment, responding to tickets/issues that have been raised and resolving wherever possible. What experience you'll need to apply for this role 1st/2nd Line Support. Mac Desktop (Advanced). Windows (Advanced). What you'll get in return for your experience The client is offering a rate of £127.50 p/day - However, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered.  What's next? Please apply to with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
  • 18th Jul

    Embedded Software Engineer

    — Progressive company, building the future of innovative electronics

    Location:
    Chessington
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£55K
    Pioneer Quantum and AI solutions. Progressive culture, beautiful environment, strong benefits. Commutable from London and Surrey. Pushing the boundaries of Quantum tech - our client are seeking a driven Embedded Software Engineer to join their talented team. You will be working with key players in the Quantum and AI market - joining at a crucial stage in the company’s development. At the stage of bringing their product to market, you will see first hand the impact of Quantum solutions for the cyber market.  What experience you'll need: Experience in software engineering.  Experience in hands-on development. Background in Embedded C and/or C. Use of Xilinx. What you'll be doing:You will design and implement the hardware and software elements of embedded devices. You will review code and design, making sure to analyse efficiency and making efforts to improve existing systems. Taking product to market - you will work as part of an existing team, communicating with multidisciplinary developers and engineers to complete tasks. What you'll get in return for your talents:In addition to a competitive salary, you will get a comprehensive benefits package including 28 days holiday (plus bank holidays), options scheme, workplace pension, flexible approach to working, and a generous sick pay allowance.  What’s next?For more information or to apply, apply direct to this advert. We are looking to commence interviews this week - so don’t hesitate to get in touch.Please note - this client are not currently able to provide sponsorship for candidates. 
  • 18th Jul

    PHP Developer

    — Magento eCommerce specialists

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £28K-£35K
    Award winning Magento experts, beautifully crafted eCommerce sites, top clients. Fun technology company, complex and challenging projects. Become a key part of the business and influence tech strategy. An ambitious, award-winning and fast-growing tech company in Bristol are looking for someone who shares their passion for all things Magento. This friendly bunch work with a number of well-known names across varied industries delivering beautifully crafted Magento eCommerce sites whilst maintaining a reputation of being one of the top Magento specialists in the UK. So far so good? What experience you'll need Knowledge of the Magento Open Source & Commerce platform (formerly Community and Enterprise Edition) Solid commercial experience of PHP and/or MySQL Experience writing code in HTML, Javascript, XML and using libraries such as jQuery and Knockout.js Understanding of Git version control Demonstrates a good understanding of Unix at a minimum of user-level Strong understanding of ecommerce websites Ability to use design and general office applications What you'll be doing You'll be developing high functioning and quality Magento eCommerce websites for varied brands and companies. The role will involve working closely with project managers, QA testers, suggesting new ideas or tech whilst supporting Junior developers in project delivery.  You'll be responsible for developing bespoke solutions for a number of clients, as well as providing support to their existing code base. They're big fans of code reviews, peer programming and will look for you to help to mentor and support new team members as the company continues to grow.  They're always on the hunt for great meetups and events to attend and are promising R&D time as part of the working set up. What you'll get in return for your talents You'll get to work on some thoroughly worthwhile projects, pick up new tech and develop your skills in an informal, fun working culture for a business that's growing nicely.  In addition, they offer a competitive salary (Up to 35K DOE), Christmas shutdown and 20 days holiday + 8 bank holidays, 3% employer pension contribution into an auto enrolment scheme, entry onto yearly bonus scheme which is based upon the previous year’s profit, Friday breakfast sandwiches and beers in the PM, fruit, snacks and drinks provided, Quarterly staff event. A very enjoyable and relaxed culture with friendly bunch of people who are tight-knitted and get on very well with one another. What’s next Sound ideal?  Send in your CV with examples of work to Tareek (01179269530) for immediate consideration.
  • 18th Jul

    Front-End Developer

    — Magento eCommerce specialists

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £28K-£35K
    Award winning Magento experts, beautifully crafted eCommerce sites, top clients. Become a key part of the business and influence tech strategy. Fun technology company, complex and challenging projects. An award-winning, ambitious and fast-growing tech company based in Bristol are looking for someone who shares their passion for front-end development and eCommerce sites.  This lovely bunch work with a number of well-known names across varied industries delivering beautifully crafted eCommerce sites whilst maintaining a reputation of being one of the top Magento specialists in the UK. This could be the next role for you if it’s sounding good so far. What experience you'll need Commercial Front End Development experience, ideally with experience of Magento Commerce & Open Source platform Strong experience using HTML, Javascript, XML and LESS Good knowledge of JavaScript including libraries such as jQuery, Knockout.js, webpack, React and Redux An understanding of GraphQL Good understanding of the core principles of Responsive Web Design Familiarity with Progressive Web Apps and related coding languages and libraries Demonstrates a good understanding of Unix at a minimum of user-level Understanding of Git version control Strong understanding of e-commerce websites Excellent communication and problem-solving skills Ability to use design and general office applications What you'll be doing You'll be developing high functioning and quality Magento eCommerce websites for varied brands and companies. The role will involve working closely with project managers, QA testers, other developers and suggesting new ideas or tech for future projects. You'll be responsible for developing bespoke solutions for a number of clients, as well as providing support to their existing code base. They're big fans of code reviews and will look for you to help to mentor and support new team members as the company continues to grow.  They're always on the hunt for great meetups and events to attend and are promising R&D time as part of the working set up. What you'll get in return for your talents You'll get to work on some thoroughly worthwhile projects, pick up new tech and develop your skills in an informal, fun working culture for a business that's growing nicely.  In addition, they offer a competitive salary (Up to 35K DOE), Christmas shutdown and 20 days holiday + 8 bank holidays, 3% employer pension contribution into an auto enrolment scheme, entry onto yearly bonus scheme which is based upon the previous year’s profit, Friday breakfast sandwiches and beers in the PM, fruit, snacks and drinks provided and quarterly staff events. A very enjoyable and relaxed culture with a friendly bunch of people who get on really well with one another. What’s next Sound good?  Send in your CV with examples of work to Tareek (01179269530) for immediate consideration.
  • 18th Jul

    QA Engineer

    — Magento eCommerce specialists

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £20K-£24K
    Fun technology company, complex and challenging projects, top clients. Award winning Magento experts, beautifully crafted eCommerce sites. Become a key part of the business and influence tech strategy. An ambitious, fast-growing and award-winning technology company based in Bristol are searching for someone who shares their passion for QA engineering across Magento and eCommerce sites.  This lovely bunch work with a number of well-known names across varied industries delivering beautifully crafted eCommerce sites whilst maintaining a reputation of being one of the top Magento specialists in the UK. Is this where your QA passion lies? This could be the role for you if so. What experience you'll need Solid web-oriented test experience Exposure to Selenium framework Basic understanding of Java programming Ability to work as part of a team and possess good team skills Good communication skills, both written and verbal Good problem-solving skills Attention to detail What you'll be doing You'll be testing high functioning and quality Magento eCommerce websites for varied brands and companies whilst executing instructed test plans. The role will involve working closely with project managers and developers whilst playing a key role in software quality improvement for customer-facing websites. You'll be responsible for testing bespoke solutions for a number of clients, as well as providing support to their existing client base. You’ll be reporting to a QA Tester and Technical Director who are big fans of code detail and code reviews, and will look for you to help to mentor and support new team members as the company continues to grow.  They're always on the hunt for great meetups and events to attend and are promising R&D time as part of the working week. What you'll get in return for your talents You'll get to work on some thoroughly worthwhile projects, pick up new tech and develop your skills in an informal, fun working culture for a business that's growing nicely.  In addition, they offer a competitive salary (Up to 24K DOE), Christmas shutdown and 20 days holiday + 8 bank holidays, 3% employer pension contribution into an auto enrolment scheme, entry onto yearly bonus scheme which is based upon the previous year’s profit, Friday breakfast, sandwiches and beers in the PM, fruit, snacks and drinks provided and quarterly staff events. A very enjoyable and relaxed culture with a friendly bunch of people who are tight-knitted and get on very well with one another. What’s next Sound ideal?  Send in your CV with examples of work to Tareek (01179269530) for immediate consideration.
  • 18th Jul

    Front-End Developer

    — Great learning & development opportunities

    Location:
    Bristol/remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £25K-£35K
    Join a local thriving technical studio with 6 other developers. Dynamic agency, work with JavaScript (learn Vue/React) and more. Flexible/remote working, amazing work and personal development opportunities. A local self-funded agency that turns ideas into bespoke digital products has been successfully running for over 8 years with some long lasting clients and are now looking to take the next step in growing the team. They are on the lookout for full-stack developers to work on greenfield applications mainly with Ruby and JavaScript, it’s a great opportunity for someone who wants to get involved with a variety of projects for some great start-ups, learn & develop and have a great work/life balance. What skills you’ll be needing HTML, CSS, JavaScript (React or Vue is a nice extra). SASS is a bonus. WordPress/CMS. Willingness to pick up Ruby on occasion (full training provided) Multi-disciplined. Agile experience would be desirable. Team player. What you’ll be doing As a front-end developer you will be responsible for the development and release of  front code for a wide range of applications and websites for established brands and really exciting Start-Up MVP/products.  You'll be able to utilise and improve your HTML, CSS skills and further your experience with JavaScript; they use whatever is best for the job whether it’s using React or Vue libraries or possibly no library at all. Overall there is around 12 codebases to maintain for different clients so you need to be confident at switching from one project to another. There will be lots of time to learn new skills on the job by working with other developers and taking whatever courses necessary. You will have the chance to work with any new clients, implement new technologies and train/mentor junior developers once you have enough experience.  There's an opportunity to learn Ruby on occasion, they'll give you full training on this. What you’ll get in return for your talents As this agency is boutique and forward-thinking you will be given lots of flexibility with emphasis on personal development. You will have lots of learning opportunities, not just tech, 1 week per quarter you can learn whatever you want, literally, if that is knitting or painting, or leaning a new language! You will also have a personal goal for the year which they support you to achieve, this could be finishing early every day to spend more time with the family, learn an instrument, or learn to speak at conferences – whatever you like. Alongside these rare personal benefits you will get a minimum 25 days holiday, you may be allowed up to 30 or more if you achieve good results. You will also have a pension scheme, life insurance, conference budget, remote/flexible working, nice working environment, your own kit provided (including a 27 inch monitor). You will also get to work with some great people who are well networked in the Bristol tech community. What’s next Want to know more? Send in your CV now to Joe.m@adlib-recruitment.co.uk; 01179269530.
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SciSys

Employer of choice for Developers

  • SCISYS are a leading an international software and solutions company.
  • Enjoying a period of high growth SCISYS were looking to expand their technology team at pace and required an agency that would not only find the right talent, but also support the development of their employer brand. 
  • To achieve this, we introduced SCISYS to our tech community partners, helping them to raise their profile in the developer community, placing them solidly on the map as an employer of choice for developers and wider technology people. 
  • Through our consultative approach, we provided market guidance and knowledge, along with a comprehensive resourcing campaign that resulted in the successful hire of several hard to fill vacancies, from Developers to Solution Architects. 

“ADLIB have been a huge help throughout a very busy year of growth here at SCISYS. Not only have they supported with live requirements, they have also provided valuable market information throughout the year which has in turn supported with our hiring decisions and future growth plans. We look forward to a continued partnership throughout 2019.”

Mollie Hatton, Recruitment Manager, at SCISYS 
 

Immersive Labs

Expanding their team of Developers at pace

  • Immersive Labs help reduce the risk of attacks via a class leading cyber-learning environment. 
  • As a fast growing business, Immersive Labs needed to work with a recruiter that was able to get to the heart of their culture to deliver hard to find technology expertise. Step forward ADLIB's technology recruitment team. Through our in-depth knowledge of the local candidate market skilled in JavaScript libraries such as React and Ruby on Rails and our ability to find the right personality match, we quickly identified the talent required and all in line with critical business timings.
  • With more and more companies hunting out similar skill sets, a major contributor to the success of the campaign was them being a business with a culture for R&D, cutting edge technology, highly competitive salaries & benefits and the opportunity to be part of a tech-first and people focused culture.

"ADLIB's comprehensive understanding of the local tech market and the challenges faced by quickly growing start-ups has been significant in helping us grow over the last two years"

Greg Craft, Talent Director at Immersive Labs 
 

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