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Software Integrations Engineer

Role: Software Integrations Engineer

Location: Office in Castle Donnington, remote first working model.

Salary: up to £50k

Do you have a love for Python and AWS?

Want to work in a healthcare company that is helping make communication easier and more efficient?

Are you a whizz at communicating with everyone, from very senior stakeholders, down to non-techie junior devs?

If so, read on!

Working with a small, lovely remote-first company in the HealthTech space, we are after a Software Integrations Engineer to join them and enhance their capabilities to deliver to their customers. This role will see you take on full-time what others in the business have only been able to dedicate some of their time to, and it needs someone’s full attention, really!

Whilst you’ll get quite a bit of variety in this role: you’ll be using a variety of different databases and programming languages, you’ll most certainly be using AWS and their services heavily in this role, so experience of working with AWS is a must. You’ll also be using Python quite heavily, too, so again, experience with it is needed. If you’ve got a wide-reaching range of knowledge across different languages/ technologies, it’ll stand you in good stead here.

Working fully remotely, your only travel requirement will be to go down and meet with an external partner in London, twice per quarter, which will be fully expensed. This leads me nicely onto the soft skills side of what’s needed from you: great communication skills are paramount.

You’ll be confident, enthusiastic and a great listener, too. Talking with senior people won’t phase you, and neither will talking tech with someone without a background in it- you have an open and honest demeanour and know how to ask the right questions!

If this sounds like you, apply now or drop me a line to find out more!

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

IT infrastructure and Security Engineer

Role: IT infrastructure and Security Engineer

Location: Derbyshire, UK – Hybrid

Salary: Up to £40k

Are you feeling undervalued within your current company? This company live and breathe putting the employees first and their values are central to the employees.

If sitting and twiddling your thumbs is your type of role, then this isn’t the position for you. There are a variety of projects for you to get involved in and they are acquiring several businesses, so the role is always evolving and growing. There is availability to learn new technical skills and push your ability daily.

You will be working in a supportive team that encourages and supports their team members. You will be expected to go into the office once or twice a week. The office is great and has a subsidised canteen, so on your office days you don’t need to go home and cook!!!

What they are looking for:

  • Experience supporting desktop and networking environments
  • Server and network architecture experience (with good knowledge off virtual desktop and app virtualisation services)
  • Experience using endpoint management solutions, specifically Microsoft Intune
  • Experience using Microsoft Defender (XDR, Endpoint, Office 365, Identity, Cloud Apps)

If this sounds like the role for you, please get in touch.

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

Business Administrator

Role: Business Administrator

Location: Nottinghamshire

Salary: Up to £27k Pro rata

PART-TIME, PART-TIME!! Are these words music to your ears? Are you a parent looking to work within school hours? If so, this could be the role for you, so read on.

Administration is that your bag, are you looking for that little bit more? I know it’s a cliché which I hate hearing however, they really are like a family, supportive and encouraging all team members.

This isn’t your standard administrator role as you will be able to get involved in a variety of aspects of the business. Variety is the key here. You will be a central point of contact within the business, supporting a variety of tasks.

What will you get involved in, I hear you ask. You will support the recruitment administration, taking notes as and when required, making bookings, and greeting visitors. Now, here is the Bobby dazzler, have you had exposure within finance, from chasing invoices to adding invoices to the system? If this is the case, this is a key area in which you can get involved.  As the business grows there is the opportunity to specialise in a field that interests you.

The role is office is based and there are great benefits on offer including a bonus.

If this sounds like the role for you please get in touch.

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

Desktop Support Analyst

Role: Desktop Support Analyst

Location: Bilsthorpe

Salary: Up to £32k

Are you looking for a new role where you will be heard? Do you have a passion for IT and providing support? If so, this may be the role for you.

DNS and DHCP, does this mean something to you, are you able to explain what it is, if the answer is yes then you have passed the first hurdle.

This is a great chance to join a company going through a huge amount of change within the business as they are bringing all IT back in-house, so you will need to be adaptable and assist with the challenges and changes that may arise.

What they are looking for:

  • Experience with technical support and maintenance of desktop and mobile devices.
  • You will be customer-centric, offer support and work on high-volume tickets.

This isn’t just your standard support role as you will be able to get involved in project work when they arise. Flexibility is key as you will be a good all-rounder, testing and recommending hardware and software for the business. You will be able to provide informal training to users who are having repeat issues to help guide them.

If this sounds like the role for you, please get in touch.

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

Support Analyst

Role: Support Analyst

Location: Mansfield, office based

Salary: Up to £25K

Are you looking for a new role where your voice will be heard? Do you have a passion for IT and providing support? If so, this may be the role for you.

You’ll be eager to make a difference and have prior experience working on a busy help desk. Since you will be supporting various sites, strong communication skills are essential as you will need to adapt to different working environments.

A shrinking violet may not thrive in this environment, as the team is lively and banter is an everyday part of the work culture. With the company going through a phase of growth, the potential for personal and professional development within the team is limitless.  The team is closely-knit, offering each other support as and when needed.

What they are looking for:

  • Experience with setting up and configuring hardware.
  • Set up and maintain user accounts and permissions through AD.
  • Set up and maintenance on Office 365.

It’s a bonus if you have experience with SQL and infrastructure setups. If this sounds like the role for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

IT Service Delivery Manager   

Role: IT Service Delivery Manager          

Location: Chorley – 4 days a week in the office

Salary: Up to £47K

Are you well-versed in IT Delivery? Are you able to manage a team and stakeholders without hand-holding? Well then, read on! This may be the role for you.

Do you enjoy managing and mentoring staff, as well as having the capability to grow a team as the business requires? Yes?  Great! You will be managing a small team of 2 and can lead from the front and pitch in to help staff resolve calls as required.

Communication skills are a must as in all honesty the length of time taken to resolve tickets due to growth is an issue. So, building relationships and providing realistic SLAs to the wider business is necessary. This isn’t a slow-paced organisation, and you will thrive in a fast-paced environment as well as having experience working with numerous projects as required.

Experience with ensuring a company is ITIL compliant is a huge advantage, as they are looking to ensure that business is more compliant, and you will be at the forefront of ensuring that this happens. You will be able to develop and review KPIs in alignment with ITIL processes.

MS Office 365 will be your go-to, and if your head is in the Azure cloud, this is a bigger bonus.

However, if you have experience with other cloud providers, this wouldn’t be a deal breaker. Intune, SharePoint and OneDrive will be your go-to tools. You won’t look at a ticket as a short-term fix, you will be looking at the bigger problem to see if this issue has a long-term fix.

If this sounds like the role for you, please get in touch!

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

Azure Cloud Engineer

Role: Azure Cloud Engineer

Location: Nottingham, Beeston. Hybrid working model of once per week in the office

Salary: up to £55k plus benefits

How would you like to join a friendly, passionate, supportive team that uses great tech and collaborates regularly?

If this sounds like a great time to you, have a read!

I’m working with a lovely Nottingham-based FinTech company in the automotive space, which is looking to expand its Infrastructure team with an Azure Cloud Infrastructure Engineer. You’ll be their first DevOps/ Cloud Engineer, so you really need to know your stuff!

This role will see you getting involved in a variety of work, including building solutions that are both efficient and easy to scale, troubleshooting performance issues, reactive work to resolve incidents, and liaising with your immediate team and wider colleagues to make sure what you’re designing and delivering is meeting business needs, and hopefully, exceeding them!

At a glance, here is what you’ll need to be great at this role:

  • Vast knowledge of the Azure stack
  • An infrastructure background is very much preferred, but if you’ve not come from infra, you’ll understand the network architecture of Azure
  • Excellent knowledge in either Terraform or Bicep for IaC (Infrastructure as Code)
  • Team collaboration and knowledge-sharing capabilities are very necessary
  • Experience in monitoring resources in Azure either using log analytics or similar technologies
  • Experience creating CI/CD pipelines
  • Azure certification
  • Knowledge of containerisation would be nice but not essential

They are a small company but have a great structure in place, which means that progression routes are well-established, pay reviews are regular, and you’ll know what you need to do to reach that next level!

They have lots of flexibility around their working hours and location, etc, so you can start work between 7 am-10 am, as long as their core hours of 10 am-3 pm are covered, you’re free to work when you want to, as long as you get what you need to get done, they’re happy.

If this sounds great to you, apply today or drop me a line to find out more!

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

Senior React Front-End Developer

Role:  Senior React Front End Developer

Location:  Office in Nottingham city centre, hybrid working model of 2 days per week in the office- Tuesdays are when everyone is in, and the other day is arranged with your team

Salary:  £55000-65000

Do you love React?

Want to work in a thriving business with lots of cool work to do, lovely people to interact with, and to feel part of something great?

Then read on- this one’s for you!

The company I’m working with, exclusively, are an international household name, with their hub in Nottingham. Their office is beautiful and very well-located for easy access via public transport- tram, train, or bus. Or you could walk or cycle in!

Their biggest and, in many ways, most important teams in the company are after a Senior Front-End Developer to join them and help them build a new version of the application from the ground up with cutting-edge tech, with react being the key to success.

They have split up the team into front-end and back-end development.  The front end, where you’ll live, is written using React, Next.js, and TypeScript. The backend is very API-heavy with C#, .Net Core, some MVC, etc. You don’t need any C# .Net experience, but it might be useful for some occasional debugging.

Cultural fit and personality are just as important as technical skill. You’ll be a superb communicator, full of enthusiasm, energy, ideas, and empathy. They have a lovely atmosphere there and they want to maintain it!

You’ll be in a cross-functional team of 2 PMs, 2 QAs, a few Devs, and a Team Lead. You’ll adhere to industry standards, clean code, and use development principles to create your solutions.

If this sounds like a great role for you, apply now, or drop me a line to find out more!

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

Account Manager

Role:  Account Manager

Location:  2 days a week in the office in Warwickshire

Salary:  Between £25K-£27K

“Captain’s log. Day 632. Planet Earth. It’s been almost 2 years since the wipeout. This once thriving and colourful planet has now been reduced to nothing but barren land and waste. The consequences of our ignorance. We were warned, if we didn’t make a change, we’d face… drastic repercussions. The land is dry, the Arctic has melted. Livestock is scarce and our crops will not grow. My crew are hungry but resilient. The other people have long lost hope, but still, we continue this search for a way to salvation. I question If we can achieve complete restoration of this planet, but even in fear I must remain strong. Collectively, we will come back. The future of our Earth relies on it.”

I’m currently working with a large environmental consultancy to find young, talented, and passionate people to work alongside them and join their efforts towards making companies and businesses more aware of how their actions affect the world, and what to do to be more sustainable. The company is constantly growing, especially within their data department which has spanned from 40 to 90 over the last couple of years. They’ve seen a wealth of success in their projects and it’s all down to one thing; their love and concern for the world around them. They’re looking for Graduates to take up an Account management position that involves:

  • Assisting the delivery of accurate and timely data.
  • Articulating data-driven reports for analysis and resolution.
  • Advise clients on how to comply with environmental legislation.
  • Giving insight as to how they can mitigate waste, recycle, and handle packaging to make meaningful changes to the environment.
  • Building knowledge of different regulations through research and building relationships with contacts.
  • Articulating complex data back to the customers in a simple format.
  • Manipulating and analysing large sets of data.

Everything about this role is beneficial to both you and the world around you. Remember, not all superheroes wear capes. Climate change is real, and it won’t stop until YOU opt to find ways to stop it. So, if you’re tired of working on theory, and want to get your hands stuck in tackling real-world problems, then keep reading!

Here are some points to find out if you’d be a good fit

  • Great attention to detail, problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel (not essential, but advantageous)
  • Graduate degree with a minimum upper second-class grade, in a study relative to environment/data e.g., Geography, Mathematics, Economics, and sciences.
  • Assured, outgoing, friendly personality who can work with customers and engage in relationship building. If you’ve worked in customer service previously this would be ideal.

The salary for the role is between £25K-£27K. However, there’s plenty of room to grow and expand into either of their 4 pathways: Consultancy, Management, data, and customers. Their office is in Stratford-Upon-Avon, and they need you to be in the office once/twice a week to begin with, once you can work independently, you’ll be allowed a lot more flexibility to work from home more often 😁

Interested?   Give me a call!! ✊

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

International Data Consultant

Role: International Data Consultant

Location: Hybrid – offices in Stratford-Upon-Avon

Salary: £25K-£27K with a 10% additional bonus

Are you someone who appreciates how valuable accurate and reliable data is? Do you see yourself working with data to help make the world a better place? If you’ve started your journey in data and are looking to progress your skills with a well-established company that puts data at the core of its values, look no further.

I’m currently working with an environmental consultancy that prides itself on being the hardest workers in sustainability. They offer a variety of consultancy services to large UK and international blue-chip companies that need help with their waste disposal and compliance concerns. They’re divided into four different divisions, but the main teams are Data Insights and International Compliance.  The level of progression is excellent as they’re a big company that is constantly growing!

With that in mind, I’m looking for a talented, bright person to join their international data team as a Data Consultant. The role has come about as they are opening the position for their Global Reporting division in North America. The role will find you working with data and reports for international customers, ensuring that the information submitted by Account Managers is up to the highest quality and standard practices. This also includes ensuring submissions are sent within the deadline, all the key figures such as packaging weight and units are all measured correctly, and Data cleansing and maintenance. Essentially, you’ll be the spot-check guru who ensures everything necessary is covered in each submission!

This role requires great attention to detail. Someone with perception and an eagle eye for anomalies is an essential requirement.

If you’ve got previous experience in data analytics and research, be it through your degree (STEM subjects are appreciated, but anything data-related goes! This could be Maths, Geography, any Sciences etc.), or through your work experience as an analyst or a consultant.

A lot of the spreadsheets will be deployed in Excel, so if you’re a nerd with this you could be a good fit J But it’s also important that you can communicate effectively with different customers and colleagues when it is required.

The role has the opportunity to be fully remote, however, they do have an office in Stratford Upon Avon, and team inclusivity is something they do admire so someone who can come into the office would be valued!

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

CONTRACT Full-Stack Software Engineer

Role:  CONTRACT Full-Stack Software Engineer – C# / ASP.NET – (initially 3 months)   

Salary:  Between £395 & £450 per day (outside IR35) 

Location:  Nottingham – Hybrid – 2 days a week in the office 

Are you a software engineering veteran? Can you showcase your battle scars from all the development projects that you’re proud of over the years? Have you previously solved the problem of what many would see as a technical nightmare or impossibility? Do you dream of coding? If so, keep reading because I’ve got a cracking contract role on, just for you!

I’m on the hunt for a Senior Software Engineer to join the ranks of a tech powerhouse in Nottingham (you get to grace the office once a week, but WFH royalty for the other four days!). Picture this: you, part of an elite squad of IT mercenaries who will be part of a global transformational project, ready to tackle a colossal project.

The mission?

Upgrade and merge various product lines (working alongside their existing software team) used by millions throughout the world. No mundane BAU tasks here—this squad is all about swooping in, delivering upgrades, and vanishing into the digital shadows. Let me be clear, this is all about working on exciting green field projects, building up transformational later between platforms and new builds to support the current SaaS platforms. This is a full-stack development contract.

What am I looking for?

  • Proven track record of building software applications from scratch, and experience of moving from monolithic architecture to microservices.
  • Razor sharp skills in ASP.NET core, C# 10 (.NET framework/.NET 6.0), Web APIs, Microsoft SQL Server, and automated testing frameworks.
  • Experience in Angular development or similar front-end technology.
  • Experience in event-based services, API development & integration.
  • Azure Database-related projects is in your blood.
  • Experience with Agile software development.

If you think you have what it takes, call or email me.

Yas from Rebel Recruiters.

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

Technical Architect

Role:  Technical Architect

Location:  Fully Remote

Salary:  £80-100K

Your mission, should you choose to accept it:

A growing EdTech business is seeking your help designing and implementing cutting-edge solutions with .NET and Azure.

You’ll join a team fuelled by a shared passion for innovation and a commitment to prioritising high-quality work.

Being the only Architect in the engineering team means you’ll take ownership of the company’s technical direction, produce high-level designs and PoCs, and work with the engineers to implement your technical vision.

Ideally, you’ll have experience with .NET 6 or newer, Azure, microservices architecture, event-driven design, Entity Framework and Blazor.

The business has created a politics-free environment where good people collaborate to create great software. They’re a very flexible business and this role will be fully remote with no set expectations of working hours except to attend meetings. You’ve got the responsibility for your own work time!

The salary range for this role is £80-100,000 and includes other benefits of fully remote and flexible working, 25 days annual leave (+ bank holidays), company pension, and a health insurance scheme.

This message will not self-destruct, but if you’re up for the challenge, apply now!

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

C# Software Engineer

Role: C# Software Engineer 

Location: Nottingham city centre, hybrid- very flexible, ideally 1 day per week in the office (Tuesdays would be perfect). 

Salary: Up to £55k, depending on experience. 

Do you feel just another number at your company? Is it a bit tiny-cog-giant-machine-esque?

How does working at a 6-person company sound to you?

Well, dear developer, if you like the sound of that, have I got the right role for you!

I have partnered with a cracking little start-up company that is doing big things in the car insurance space, and they’d like you to join them on their journey.

You will be joining a very knowledgeable, approachable, and friendly Head of Development, and a couple of analysts who do a little bit of everything.

You, however, will mainly be focussing on a new project they have won, which mainly consists of front-end focussed work, in the short term, and many other projects in the medium to long term.

The front-end work is for a household name, with lots to do!

Tech-wise, they use:

  • .Net Razor Pages
  • C#
  • .Net MVC & Core 6+
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • jQuery/JavaScript

It’s really important that you’re happy and comfortable using .Net Razor pages for this role. This is the main technology stack they are going to be using for this initial project, and, whilst there’s scope to use different tech moving forward on other projects, this is what you’ll be living for the near future in this role!

If this sounds great to you, then hit apply or drop me a line to find out more!

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.

Senior AWS Cloud Engineer

Role: Senior AWS Cloud Engineer

Location: Nottingham, Up to fully remote working depending on what you’d prefer. Some people never go in, and some go in on Mondays and Wednesdays, but it’s not mandatory whatsoever!

Salary: up to £85,000 plus great benefits

You’re a great AWS Cloud Engineer (or DevOps Engineer/ SRE/ Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, etc.).  You have loads of experience in different industries, and you now want to apply that to a super interesting role in a relatively niche sector SaaS company helping to reduce the world’s carbon footprint.

If this sounds like you, read on!

You’ll be working alongside the Head of Cloud Engineering to support their production cloud platforms for several critical applications.

This will include liaising with the wider team: IT Manager for Azure AD integrations, QA, and especially the dev team which will see you helping them with any technical issues they have with their dev environments and/or integrating with new cloud services that support new and existing projects, and to ensure that all procedures and processes are documented, tested, and ready for production release.

Security is an important part of this role and, as such, you’ll be using Synk – a container security assessment tool- to manage base images, and AWS Security Hub to address any issues that arise in production environments.

Tech-wise, here’s what you’ll be using, and so will need experience with for this role:

AWS services, preferably including:

  • Dynamo DB: EC2: Aurora PostgreSQL: CloudWatch: SQS queues: Security Hub, IAM, Lambdas, etc.
  • Unix/Linux, including BASH scripting
  • CI/CD environments
  • AWS platform security utilizing CIS and AWS security frameworks
  • Great documentation of processes/procedures
  • Jira
  • Snyk
  • Ideally, you have one or more of the following certifications:
  • AWS – DevOps Engineer
  • AWS – Solution Architect Professional / Associate

If this sounds like a good fit for what you’re after, hit apply now, or drop me a line to find out more!

We welcome diverse applicants and are dedicated to treating all applicants with dignity and respect regardless of background.