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  • London
  • 21 Mar 2019

We are looking for SUMMER interns / entrepreneurs in residence (2-3 month internship or longer) to join ASAP!


The Company: Houzen is an early stage fast growing property tech venture (~50% month on month). Houzen has been winning some of the most prestigious landlord accounts and competes (and outperforms) head on with some of the largest RE agencies (and giving them a headache). Please see page 8: http://bit.ly/2lkU0Dw.
The ambition: We have rewritten the rules of lettings in London already, and are already pitching for global accounts in Ireland and Germany. In 2018, we aspire to expand to new cities across UK and potentially pan-Europe. Eventually, we aspire to be a strong global player.


Our customers: are some of the largest landlords in London (who own 500-1000 or more units) and small and mid size letting agencies (we also have a cool product for tenants, with exclusive deals from Uber, Revolut etc.)
Our pitch (to landlords): We find tenants within 5 days!
Our vision (for 2018): To find tenants within 24 hours!
Our team: Founder was a Sr partner in strategy and private equity consulting. He also helped grow (internationally) and exit a restaurant SaaS business for $220m within two years of inception. Tech team all comes from IIT (global #4 tech school). Founding team comes from a background in Investment Banking, tech start-ups, and real estate.
Our investors/advisors: We have been backed by some of the most prominent and influential angels in RE and technology space. Our advisor is the ex global CFO, Deutsche Bank, and ex-global CFO BMWgroup



Houzen’s business building / team philosophy: Each person at Houzen is customer focused first, team focused second and role focused third :) Each team member at Houzen is expected to go to any length to (i) understand the customer inside out, and genuinely work towards finding solutions for their needs, and then (ii) go the extra mile each time to delight our customers. We work (quite) hard and like to party harder with our Zen team :) Every team member is very inclusive and likes to help each other succeed in their respective roles. We strongly believe that only strong and determined teams build strong businesses, and hence each new team member needs to be aligned to our philosophy of building a strong team and business.


Customer Success team: We are building our Customer Success team which would onboard new customers i.e. agents and landlords, understand their needs/requirements, their passion, their concerns, their operational behaviour, and get insight into their day to day lives. We would also expect the team to feed back customer insight to the product team, to help improve product/add new features. Lastly (and most importantly), we expect the team to up sell / cross sell Houzen products to the customers over time.
Since customer orientation and team dynamics are so important for us, we would like to hear real life stories from you where you served difficult customers, led teams (professionally or in school/undergrad etc), played competitive sports, or in general led yourself or your team towards winning (goals)!


Personality attributes (we like to see): Undying ‘‘won’t give up at any cost’‘ attitude. Respects the ‘‘Customer is King’‘ philosophy. Has an ‘‘eternally optimist’‘ view on life. Loves learning new concepts and solving problems, and won’t leave the drawing board till the problem is solved. Is excited about building a global business (and rewrite the rules of an old fashioned industry). Wants to potentially build a business themselves in future.


Role specific needs: If you have the above, you will learn the REST pretty quickly :-)


Offer: Lunch and travel expenses paid for the term of the internship + Uncapped bonus (on all sales)

  • Brighton
  • Salary negotiable
    • Permanent
  • 21 Mar 2019

An exciting opportunity for ambitious Java Developers has arisen in Brighton. My client, a leading healthcare company, is looking for a number of talented, personable, and ambitious Java Developers to join their thriving team. This is Development work that genuinely will make a difference to people's lives

Technologies you will get to work with:

* Java, ideally Groovy/Grails (although not essential), with an understanding of Spring & Hibernate
* Strong understanding of OO concepts, ORMs, typical design patterns including IoC, familiarity with RDBMS
* Familiarity with front-end web technologies, including HTML/CSS, JavaScript/jQuery, AJAX/XHR, REST, JSON and ideally at least one of AngularJS, React, or Vue
* Experience with TDD (ideally including Spock and Geb), continuous integration, Agile methodologies (ideally Scrum)
* Experience using mySQL, AWS, Apache, Tomcat and Linux useful but not essential

What your role will involve:

* Collaborating with our product, operations and clinical teams to help scope and refine new ideas and requests into features
* Working with the technology team throughout the entire software lifecycle, taking part in daily stand-ups and refinement meetings
* Suggesting new technologies, better use of existing technologies and ways of improving any aspect of our product design, workflow, or working practices

They Offer:

* A fantastic, relaxed central Brighton office (we're just up from the Level)
* A truly supportive and friendly team
* Open environment, welcoming of new ideas and constructive criticism
* Flexible working hours
* NEST pension scheme

How to apply:

If you have the required skills for the role as detailed above then please apply via the link on this page. If you have any questions please contact Chris Barnes on or .

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.

  • South West London
  • Salary not specified
    • Permanent
  • 21 Mar 2019

What the Role is About:

An exciting opportunity to bring your expert knowledge and experience of the latest cutting-edge technologies to the development of a modern web application that is central and crucial to day to day running of the business. You will be working in a very pleasant and friendly environment with our highly collaborative team of full stack developers. You will enjoy the opportunity to learn skills from you as well as sharing their knowledge with you

What You Will Be Doing?

  • Working with the Senior Developer you will be involved in all levels of the development life cycle from design and specification all the way to development and implementation, continuing to then work on further developments and improvements.
  • Working alongside other talented full stack developers, you will have a great opportunity to be involved in the redesign and development of our central web application giving it a fresh and modern look and feel implementing Angular 6 and Bootstrap 4 front end using Spring RESTful web services.
  • Working with such programmes as Java, Spring / Spring Boot, Node.js and CSS3

Essential Criteria:

Commercial experience with:
- Java 8/9
- Spring / Spring Boot
- Angular 2+
- Node.js
- REST
- HTML5, JavaScript, CSS3
- Excellent written and communication skills

Desirable Criteria: 
- Bootstrap
- Relational databases including MS SQL Server
- Experience with Eclipse IDE

Disability Confident Commitment  

We aim to ensure that no candidate or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity.  We offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria

  • London
  • £38,000 - £40,000
    • Permanent
  • 21 Mar 2019

Do you want to be part of an organisation that fights for children every day? We are looking for an experienced system administrator to join us as DevOps Engineer and continue to develop our new Adobe Experience Manager platform which will enable us to better communicate and engage with our Supporters and Fundraisers.

In our Support Services department, we fight for children every single day. We provide leadership and direction in the business of running an efficient organisation. We ensure our resources are used to maximum effect. We go the extra mile - and we don’t REST until the work is done.

As DevOps Engineer you will enable our services to be efficient and securely deployed across our cloud infrastructure (AWS and GCP). Working to the DevOps methodology, you will ensure that the systems are maintainable, scalable and resilient and take ownership for the end to end deployment processes and automation. You will also provide system administrative support to Save the Children UK with a particular focus on system performance and tuning, supporting User Acceptance testing of its AEM platform. In addition you will:

  • Ensure that sufficient documentation is in place for all hardware systems in the Integration and Staging environments to enable existing and new team members to support the Save the Children UK infrastructure
  • Ensure the effective and efficient use of all Save the Children resources in order to keep costs low and ensure safety in the workplace
  • Work with 3rd Line infrastructure teams to ensure all systems and support are aligned with technical and business requirements
  • Manage the provision, building, configuration and maintenance of environments using automation where possible
  • Keep abreast of new developments in the provisioning, configuration, deployment, monitoring of environments to help shape our DevOps roadmap.

To be successful in this role you will have experience working with cloud infrastructure technologies such as AWS/Google Cloud and have experience in automated environment provision and configuration management, using tools. You will also have the ability to work well in a team and in a fast-paced environment. With strong attention to detail, astute diagnostic skills and the ability to solve issues with clear methods whilst knowing when to take intuitive leaps, you will also be strategic and forward planning. Along with a passion for web, open source development and for helping Save the Children to build a quality digital presence, you will have:

  • The ability to guide technical discussions with both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Good knowledge of current trends, practices and techniques for optimisation of security, systems and networks
  • Continuous Integration and/or continuous Delivery Tooling skills.

At Save the Children we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work with children are recruited to work for us. This post is subject to a range of vetting checks including a criminal records disclosure.

If you share our belief in the power of children, join the fight. It takes relentless determination, creativity and a real commitment to real change. Because every child should be able to make their mark on their world, and help to build a better future. We look forward to hearing from you.

Closing date: 7th April 2019

  • London
  • 21 Mar 2019

What are we looking for
As an Implementation Engineer at re:infer you’ll be hands-on delivering our secure, scalable and highly-available machine learning platform on cloud and on-site client infrastructure. The role is instrumental in ensuring a smooth and painless deployment for new clients and is key to maintaining a stable and up-to-date deployment with existing clients.


We’re looking for someone creative and self-motivated, driven by solving problems, improving technical processes and willing to get stuck in and get things done.


What you’d be doing
You’ll be working closely with both business and technical staff and a key part of the role is to manage expectations, translate requirements and communicate between teams at re:infer and clients.


You’ll use your technical skills to constantly improve the deployment process, develop tooling, automate tasks and provide ad-hoc solutions to real-time critical and complex problems.


Skills and Experience

  • Linux systems administration and management
  • Communication of technical concepts to business users
  • Understand and prioritise technical requirements
  • Liaising with clients, remotely and on-site, during the entire implementation life-cycle
  • Experience working in financial services and on-premise clients
  • Experience with Docker and familiarity with Kubernetes
  • Experience with Google Cloud Platform, Azure or AWS
  • Able to document processes and requirements clearly and concisely
  • Familiar with design and implementation of HTTP and REST API’s
  • Familiarity with high availability cloud systems that deal with robustness, security and disaster recovery
  • Python development experience


Stack
The backend is a mixture of Python and Rust and consists of many containerized stateless microservices and a few stateful ones. There’s a mixture of interactive and batch services, with many running heavy numerical loads. Everything gets deployed on Kubernetes in Google Cloud Platform.


Additionally we support on premise deployments for our biggest clients (either a private cloud or Docker EE). We use RethinkDB and Elasticsearch for storage and indexing. The frontend is built using Typescript, React, Redux and Webpack.


Team
re:infer was founded by Machine Learning researchers, engineers and entrepreneurs from UCL and Google. We’re a small team of technologists (~ 10 people) motivated by solving the very hard problem of getting machines to understand conversations.


We work in two-week sprints following the best bits of the Agile approach to software development. Our employees benefit from a relaxed, social atmosphere in which they’re free to make use of our open-plan office to discuss ideas, or put their headphones in and find a quiet corner as and when they require. We support flexible working hours and have a generous holiday policy and company pension. Everyone gets their own top-spec laptop and whatever office hardware works for them.


Business
re:infer makes human conversations understood and actionable to machines. We allow our (often non-technical) users to create, manage and deploy state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms against high volume streams of conversational data. Our mission is to make all natural language communication structured, measurable and easily actionable.


re:infer is a B2B SaaS machine learning and analytics platform controlled and monitored via a web UI. We are an early stage startup with significant funding and growing very fast. It is an opportunity to make a major impact at an early stage, to tackle big problems and work towards artificial intelligence with a true grasp of human language.


re:infer’s offices are at Mindspace Aldgate, in the heart of East London.

  • London
  • 21 Mar 2019

Who are we?
We are EatFirst, an award-winning online food brand on a mission to revolutionise the dining-in experience.


We are looking for a new Sales Intern to join our team to work on new corporate sales.


What do we offer?
You will become part of a star team of international, experienced foodies in a fast paced, dynamic work environment where creativity and talent are encouraged and nurtured. This is a 6-month internship with the opportunity of evolving into a full-time position. 
Location is central, 10 minutes from Bank tube station. 60% discount on all EatFirst products and lots of free fruit, coffee and tea in the office.


What does the role involve?
– Increasing EatFirst Brand awareness through interacting with businesses in London
– Managing own lead generation and market research
– Managing existing accounts and having meetings with clients
– Being responsible for and managing your own pipeline, as well as working with the REST of the sales team
– Working directly with our head of corporate Sales, shadowing their big pitches and learning from the best!
– Travel around central London meeting potential clients (travel expenses paid)


What are we looking for?
– You need to be confident – love chatting and meeting new people!
– Well presented and hardworking with a positive attitude
– You will be given a lot of responsibility from the get go and need to be self-driven
– Sales experience or experience in a client facing role would be ideal
– Completely fluent in English
– And of course a passion for great food!


Interested?
Contact us today!

  • London
  • 21 Mar 2019

About Loot


Loot is on a mission to shake up the finance industry by empowering young people to know more about their spending, so they can do more with their money. Young people often lack the funds to live the life and have the experience they desire. We believe that with better insights into their spending, a product tailored to their financial needs, and a brand they can truly identify with, young people can have greater financial security and afford the life they want.


You’ll join an ambitious & playful team with diverse & interesting backgrounds, unified by our purpose: to give young people freedom & security in their choices in life. You’ll be working in our central London location, right next to the Thames – often joined by a four-legged furry friend (or two!).


We cultivate a workspace where everyone is welcomed regardless their sex, race, marital status, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion etc. Diversity of our background and experience creates a pleasant environment for our employees and leads to building even better product.


Our Values


Hack and Build Fast – We are true to our challenger brand origins: we’re bold, move fast and apply original thinking to everything we do. We’re less afraid of making mistakes than missing out on opportunities.


Assume Positive Intent – We create strong & honest relationships between everyone working in or with Loot. We see the best in each other, as we know we are all here on the same mission.


Show Your Character – Life happens when we’re busy working, so we make sure we have a good time – we work hard and laugh harder. We work to build & maintain an inclusive, diverse and playful company culture, where our employees are never afraid to be themselves!


No Egos – Loot had unique beginnings: a company of friends without hierarchy or ego. We want to preserve this culture as Loot grows: we don’t pull rank, we are open, honest & humble, and believe that ideas are more important than job titles.


Act Fearlessly – Whilst we’re not reckless, we embrace our creativity and take risks. We explore big ideas, even if they initially seem too ambitious or crazy. Everyone at Loot has the space to be heard and speak freely.


Accountability – Internally, we hold each other accountable to advance our mission and the decisions we make. Externally, we enable young people to hold themselves accountable for their spending, so that they are empowered to make their own choices in life.


About the Role


This is an exciting role for a highly ambitious person to join our marketing team as Product Marketing Specialist. As a Product Marketing Specialist you will be responsible for developing positioning, messaging, competitive differentiation and enabling the REST of the marketing team to promote the product to drive maximum adoption and engagement. You will lead and deliver the go-to-market strategies for all features and products and drive demand, adoption and engagement in our products.


As a Product Marketing Specialist, you will:


  • Develop product positioning and messaging that differentiates new features from others in the market and align all areas of the business.
  • Communicate value of new features to teams including marketing, sales and customer operations to help facilitate the adoption and engagement of each feature.
  • Plan and take part in the launch of new products and features and brief all necessary areas (e.g PR, Paid etc)
  • Through interviews, surveys, focus groups and sales data, gain insight into customer use of current products, untapped opportunities and buyer personas and develop a powerful voice of the customer.
  • Lead product content creation (e.g videos, emails etc)
  • Propose budget to HoM and manage product marketing budget
  • Research competitor offerings and react when appropriate
  • Suggesting the timescales for development of new products with product management, engineering or manufacturing departments
  • Identify and develop product education initiatives and opportunities to ensure our customers are always able to easily realise the full value of our products.

We’re looking for:


  • Experience producing collateral for a B2C audience
  • Ability to work well in cross-functional teams
  • Being a creative writer and thinker – with impressive examples of your work and its effectiveness
  • Analytical rigour, outstanding attention to detail and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Passion for research and obtaining consumer insight – you have an interest in new technologies and in the power of consumer data and insights as foundations for business growth
  • Cognitive intelligence – You can think on your feet, seeing all the angles to best position our product to best fit our personal needs
  • Start-up attitude – You’re comfortable in a rapidly changing environment where things can plans can change quickly.

Important: We want to be transparent with our candidates. Here you can see how Loot will process information about you.


PLEASE NOTE: Loot will only accept applications from candidates legally allowed to work in the UK. We will not be providing visa sponsorships for this role.


Benefits


  • Central London location – seconds away from the Thames
  • Market rate salaries
  • Private Health Care including Dental, Vision and Counselling
  • Annual Loot summit! Previous trips include a week in Poland & 4 days in Bristol. Where will we go next?
  • Games room, complete with Mario Kart & a ping pong table (if you fancy challenging someone and bringing it out!).
  • Apple tech setup (Macbook Air, MacBook Pro or iMac — dependent on role) — along with a desktop screen.
  • Events for equality, diversity and inclusion; recent events include Pride month & International Women’s Day.
  • Monthly ‘Forced Fun Fridays’ — check out our ‘Life at Loot’ instagram page to see what has been done before!
  • Endless supply of freshly ground coffee and EBT (English Breakfast Tea).
  • Dog friendly office!
  • A balance of focus and motivation with chill out and fun. Whether that’s a drink in the local, organising an after work run or grabbing something to eat with ‘lunch buddies’ across the business.
  • London
  • 21 Mar 2019
About Us
HomeViews (www.homeviews.com), as featured in The Times as the TripAdvisor for residential property, is looking for an enthusiastic team player to join this exciting start up business in the property industry.

We feature residential developments across London, and soon to be the REST of the UK, offering residents the opportunity to write a review on their development.

Job Description
We are looking for a hard-working. enthusiastic individual to join our team as we grow in this exciting space. Day to day duties will include proofing reviews submitted, creating social media posts, creating marketing decks, attending meetings as well as other duties.

Experience in the property industry is preferred but not essential as long as there is an interest residential property.

Responsibilities
• Proofing reviews submitted to website
• Managing outsourced social media agency with a view to bringing in house
• Working with Marketing Director to create marketing decks & collateral
• Work with Co-Founders to develop the wider business


Role Opportunities
There is opportunity to contribute to our business in broader ways than the specific responsibilities above:
• Business development – assist with sales, marketing and account management of partners
• Business strategy – contribute to business model evolution
• Team building – play a lead role in recruiting team members to the business, especially the marketing team


If you feel you offer excellence in some of these areas, but perhaps certain elements do not suit you, then we’d still be interested to hear from you.


Candidate Attributes
• Outgoing, self-motivated, can-do person who is passionate about providing a great service
• Resourceful problem solver
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Experience working in a start-up will be a plus but not essential
• Right to work in the UK


Benefits
• Work alongside a small friendly and entrepreneurial team
• Fixed salary (£22k -£25k) and equity available
  • London
  • 21 Mar 2019

We’re on a mission to break down the barriers attached to mental health and mental illness in an achievable way. We’re doing this through physical products familiar to our everyday routine. Accessible products that spark a change in habits, and promote real-world interaction & powerful conversation.


We are launching our first range of products shortly. We have a clear mission, the scope to do something very bold and are in discussions with some really exciting launch partners.
We’re looking for someone ambitious, creative and energetic with serious drive to get things done, to join us on our journey. You will be a people person, who can effectively understand others, connect with them and communicate around emotive topics.


In this role, you will work directly with the founders to execute innovative launch strategies. This is an opportunity with huge scope for growth and one where you can have real impact.


Your role will include:


  • Managing social channels
  • Creating and distributing original content (articles, images & videos, newsletters)
  • Community engagement and management- identifying active followers and generating thought provoking conversation with the community
  • Influencer outreach and relationship management
  • Offline, on the ground community marketing (with the REST of the team) – sampling to the public and managing pop up activations
  • Using analytics to identify key learnings and drive growth in a data driven way

Required skills:


  • Creative minded, passionate & personable. Excited and comfortable with the challenge of creating and implementing ideas that push boundaries and make noise
  • A confident self starter who is happy taking initiative, leading tasks and is organised to ensure things get done
  • Experience writing copy, with an eye for detail
  • Someone who thrives when working in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to create videos and competent in graphic design (preferable)

This role is for an initial 3 month period and will be paid. Please attach a copy of your CV and an accompanying cover letter to be considered.

  • London
  • 21 Mar 2019

The Opportunity
We are looking for a fantastic analyst to join the Marketing/Commercial Team.


LoveCrafts is a very data-driven company and data insight shapes our commercial and marketing strategy. We are market leading in how we optimise our core channels (paid, email, organic) and think about our pricing and promotional strategy. This is an amazing role for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of e-commerce economics and marketing, helping us solve key questions such as ‘How much should we spend to acquire a new customer?’; ‘What pricing/promotion mix optimises conversion, revenue, margin and customer repeat orders?’
You will help us shape targets and reporting, as well as under-take one-off analyses. There is a focus on organic performance and this is a great opportunity to learn SEO principles in depth. You will also learn the principles behind email and paid.
If you have an entrepreneurial mindset, enjoy analytical problem-solving and have uncommon insight into complex data that you can communicate and defend, then we can’t wait to meet you!
The role will expose you to a lot of the skill-sets and business fundamentals of a strategy consulting analyst role. Reporting directly to the Commercial Director with a functional reporting line to the SEO Manager. You will receive first class training from a smart, kind team with backgrounds in top tier strategy consulting, technology and e-commerce among others


What you’ll be doing

  • Prepare the daily trading presentation that allows us to track performance versus goals, understand behaviour at a granular level and react quickly to trading performance.
  • Work closely with the SEO Manager to develop and support organic market research, reporting and SEO decision-making.
  • Analyse competitor performance and report insights and recommendations to the REST of the business
  • Conduct a range of one-off projects/analyses as needed across the team, which could include things like understanding the mix of products and price points; investigating cost price changes over time, how to best manage the email subscriber list.
  • Keeping the whole company updated with our progress through presentations at all-hands meetings


Who you are

  • Possess uncommon problem-solving skills. A keen sense of what analysis should be prioritised and excellent execution
  • Able to clearly communicate ideas and conclusions (written and oral)
  • Comfortable challenging others and being challenged in the pursuit of getting the right answer
  • Independent with an entrepreneurial mindset – happy to get stuck in and get stuff done
  • Highly IT literate and proficient in Excel and Google Docs
  • Minimum 2.1 degree (or equivalent relevant experience).
  • New graduate or 1-4 years work experience


What we’re offering

  • Competitive salary to reflect your skills and experience plus benefits: options over shares, pension plan, private healthcare, cash plan and some great perks!
  • 25 holiday days pro rata + a day off for your birthday
  • Great staff perks like free breakfast, fresh fruit, Friday company drinks
  • Smart colleagues, supportive team and working environment that values excellence
  • Cake, cake, cake every day
  • Coaching and mentoring from some major social and e-commerce experts – there’s an awful lot of talent and experience in our team. And we really prioritise everyone’s need for personal development.
  • The opportunity to join a fantastic team of really bright, motivated, and driven individuals who will support you at every stage of your journey
  • Central London Location in an amazing new WeWork co-working space


About LoveCrafts
At LoveCrafts we’re building online communities for crafters: homes for makers where they can find inspiration for their latest projects, learn new techniques, easily source all their supplies and share their creations with like-minded makers around the world.


Since launching in 2012, we’ve grown incredibly quickly. Our membership in the prestigious Future Fifty and 20th place on the FT’s list of fastest growing European companies is thanks to the hard work of our team of smart, kind makers based in London, Kyiv and in the USA. We’ve been fuelled by investment from Europe’s leading venture capital firms; Balderton Capital (LoveFilm, The Hut) funded our Series A round, followed by Highland Europe (Photobox, WeTransfer) and most recently Scottish Equity Partners (SkyScanner, Matches Fashion).


We’re playing with the very best in web, mobile, social, commerce and media technology as we create the perfect digital business for all things craft related. Our team is filled with ambitious, curious, and entrepreneurial makers. We hire and nurture inquisitive, creative minds looking to flourish in a supportive and collaborative environment.


If this sounds like the role for you, please do get in touch! We will be assessing applications as they come in, so encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you!