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Who are Adjuno?

We help well known retailers, brands and insurers to manage the movement of products and the fulfilment of services all over the world. Chances are, next time you receive an online purchase or buy something from the high street, our software helped it get there. Today, our supply chain management software is used by household names such as ASOS, John Lewis, Marks and Spencer and Sainsbury’s. We work on exciting projects with a broad spectrum of customers, across a variety of verticals, and you could be part of all of it!

What it’s like to work at Adjuno?

As an Adjuno employee you’re encouraged to be creative as there is never a shortage of interesting, complex, and meaningful problems to solve, no matter what department you’re in. The customer is at the heart of everything we do, and we strive to engineer successful outcomes that really add value. If you are someone who thrives in a fast paced, innovative, problem solving company, then please review our latest vacancies to see if there is a role that’s right for you.

To apply please send your CV along with a covering letter to recruit@adjuno.com

UK – Delivery Consultant
UK – Accounts Assistant
UK – Admin Assistant (part-time)
UK – Application Support Analyst
UK – Senior Infrastructure Engineer
UK – Project Manager
UK – Career Opportunities

UK – Delivery Consultant

Working in the Delivery Team

The Delivery team at Adjuno are going through an exciting time as we establish new ways of working to support a broad set of Products.

Day to day, the team drive delivery of projects through successfully translating customer processes into practical requirements that enable set up and configuration of the Adjuno product suite for both new and existing customers.

What you will be doing

Initially you will focus on becoming an expert in the Adjuno product suite, enabling you to act as an interface between Adjuno customers and our internal teams. You will be faced with the challenge of aligning our customer needs to the product operations whilst effectively documenting requirements for configuration and ensuring a successful delivery.

Given your direct involvement and interaction with customers you will have the opportunity to work with our Solutions team to advise on what our customers are looking for both now and in the future, using these ideas and discussions to enhance the Adjuno products and make them future fit!

What you will need to be successful

  • You need to communicate… a lot… in various formats… and at all levels
  • Turn customer processes into technical configuration guidelines
  • Not afraid to try something new and take initiative
  • A dedication to pro-active professional development
  • Travel may be required up to 70% of the time, we have a national customer base!

UK – Accounts Assistant

Working in the Finance Team 

The Adjuno Finance Team offers strategic and operational support to Adjuno on a global level, taking responsibility for audits, core accounting and financial compliance. 

This is a great time to join the team if you want to make your mark growing and developing the function. 

What you will be doing   

Working as an Accounts Assistant you will get plenty of opportunity to learn about various aspects of Finance function and initially will be responsible for Purchase and Sales ledger processes, Payments, Bank reconciliations, expenses and other ad hoc finance and admin duties.  

This is a new role, so you will have the scope to really grow into it and take ownership of the responsibilities. 

 What you will need to be successful 

  • A keen interest in Finance and a willingness to learn 
  • Excellent organisation and time-management capabilities 
  • A focus on accuracy, and a “right first time” approach 
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels across the business  
  • Good Microsoft Excel skills 

UK – Admin Assistant (part-time)

Working in the Business Operations Team

The Adjuno Business Operations Team supports Adjuno colleagues across all of our offices and is responsible for maintaining our professional image to clients and colleagues alike. The Business Operations Team offers great variety and subsequently needs to remain flexible to support the business at all times.

This is a great time to join the team if you want a role where you can build strong working relationships and support the business as it grows!

What you will be doing

In Business Operations no two days are the same. You will be involved in a broad scope of responsibilities that build and maintain the professional front of Adjuno, alongside keeping fundamental business processes operational.

This role offers a wide variety of administrative duties to support your Adjuno colleagues with administrative tasks from booking meeting rooms to travel support so flexibility and a can do approach is essential.

What you will need to be successful

  • Excellent, professional communication skills
  • Confidence when dealing with a variety of people at all levels of the business
  • Strong team work ethic combined with a flexible approach
  • Great attention to detail
  • The ability to prioritise effectively

This is a part-time role approx. 25 hours split over 5 days

UK – Application Support Analyst

Working in the Application Support Team

The Application Support team sits within Customer Support, the hub of Adjuno’s client centric software support. Application Support and Customer Support analysts work together in virtual rotating teams with ownership of specific support areas.

This role sits within a team that is critical to business success, who are bringing into focus pro-active customer engagement in addition to traditional reactive support.

What you will be doing

You will be analysing and troubleshooting 2nd line incidents raised internally and directly by customer support teams. You will be scheduling and completing configuration requests, which will include setting up and maintaining new applications and interfaces and deploying new application fixes and enhancements. You will be communicating frequently with internal and external stakeholders, so the ability to relay complex information simply is fundamental to the role.

What you will need to be successful

  • Fluency in English.
  • Dynamic approach to problem solving.
  • Good communication, both written and oral.
  • A lateral thinker to resolve complex problems.
  • An understanding and interest in new Technologies.

UK – Senior Infrastructure Engineer

Working in the IT Operations Team

You will be excited about new technologies, but level headed enough to understand the difference between the hype and reality.
Sometimes you won’t be able to sleep at night until you’ve solved a particularly brain intensive problem.
You’ll know when you have to take things seriously and knuckle down.
You’ll be able to work without someone looking over your shoulder, but you may need to look over someone else’s.

What you will be doing

We are at an exciting stage in our use of IT, we are expanding into the cloud quickly, and with that expansion comes many opportunities for you to show us what you are made of.

You will be working both in traditional infrastructure as well as the Cloud, identifying existing processes for the development of either new or improved automation. Working to provide automation and integration to bespoke software solutions that are complex in nature.

You will need to work closely with other teams across the business to improve efficiency and adapt existing processes to enable a secure, smooth and successful migration to the cloud.

Here’s the techy bit:

We rely on Windows, SQL, and IIS servers, with a splattering of Linux. We love virtualisation and automation, PowerShell is a must and any exposure to Terraform is a big plus. We deploy Infrastructure as code to Azure and AWS, but aren’t ‘all in’ yet, so there’s plenty of opportunities for you to sharpen up and learn new skills in a hybrid cloud environment.

You won’t be expected to do this all on your own though, we have a tight team who work well together, and we bounce ideas around until the best solution sticks.

This role will report to the Head of IT Operations.

What you will need to be successful

  • Comfortable designing and maintaining cloud solutions (e.g. Azure or AWS).
  • Scripting / Programming (e.g. PowerShell, Bash, PHP/Python, TSQL).
  • Familiarity with DevOps processes and practices and automation (e.g. IaC, Configuration Management, CI/CD).
  • Web technologies (IIS, Apache, DNS).
  • Demonstrates an applied knowledge of Microsoft solutions (Windows Server, Active Directory, Group Policy, Office 365).
  • Understanding of Information Security best practices.
  • Networking infrastructure (TCP/IP, Load Balancers, Firewalls, LAN, WAN, Hybrid, Cloud).
  • Participate in an on-call support rota.

UK – Project Manager

Working in the Delivery Team

The Delivery Team sits in the centre of the business, acting as a bridge between customers, Developers and Product Team, ensuring that we provide customers with what they want, when they want it. The team consists of Business Analysts, Project Managers, Developers and off-shore Test Analysts to ensure a smooth project integration and launch.

What you will be doing

As the Project Manager across various Adjuno accounts, you will ensure the effective and efficient deployment of software solutions and changes through project management best practice.

You will oversee the full project life cycle including preparation of documentation and plans alongside management of task execution, capturing, tracking and unblocking project issues, ensuring the project remains on track with no compromise on quality.

Project Managers are customer facing so will need to actively think like a customer, bridging the gap between technical and non-technical communication as well as taking a measured approach to customer needs in line with broader Adjuno business plans.

What you will need to be successful

  • Applied knowledge of Project Management methodologies
  • Strong ability in identification and management of key internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to time manage and prioritise within tight deadlines
  • The ability to relay complex information simply in both verbal and written dialogue
  • Ability to effectively manage off-shore QA teams
  • Travel may be required as we have a national customer base!

UK – Career Opportunities

As Adjuno has entered a period of growth we will be looking for people with all kinds of skills and knowledge to help push the business forward in its 5 year plan!

Key openings we will be looking to fill throughout 2018 are:

  • Product Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Business Development
  • Software Developers (.NET)
  • Alongside various other openings…

We welcome applications from anyone whether you bring a wealth of skills and knowledge or you have just left university. The attributes you will need are much more important! You will demonstrate:

  • The ability to be proactive in both work and learning
  • A clear, concise communication style
  • The ability to be innovatively minded
  • A collaborative working style

If Adjuno sounds like the company for you, please send your CV by clicking on the “apply” button (this will open a new email for you so please don’t forget to attach your CV), alternatively, email us directly: recruit@adjuno.com