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Posted October 10, 2017 | Digital Media, Recruitment Industry, Software | No Comments »

[Interview] Stepping into Digital: Meet our new Candidate Manager

We’re delighted to welcome a new addition to our team! Meet Emily Field, our shiny new candidate manager. We caught up with Emily to find out a bit more about her, what her role within Enigma involves, what she’s looking forward to over the coming months with Enigma…and loads more.

Hi Emily! Can you tell us a bit about yourself, please?

Hello! I’ve recently joined the team at Enigma as a candidate manager working on vacancies throughout the digital media & software development sectors. When I’m not working, I’m usually out having food and drinks – I love finding new places to eat! In my spare time, I manage three bands so if I’m not eating out with friends, I’ll be working with my bands or at gigs seeing them play.

 You’re a candidate manager – can you give us an insight into what you do, day-to-day?

As a candidate manager, my day-to-day involves liaising with candidates, clients and searching for new candidates for our more specialist roles. Liaising with clients is essential to this role; I talk to our clients regularly to find out what type of candidates they’re looking for, taking into consideration the skill set required and the culture of the company – something which is a big part of our ethical recruitment process. Client feedback after interviews is another important part of my role – finding out what our clients thought of the candidates at interview and relaying this back to our candidates. Liaising with candidates also takes up a big chunk of my role; finding out what they’re looking for in their next career move, what skills they have and guiding them through the recruitment process. Keeping our candidates up to date with each step of the process is key as it allows them to feel more comfortable and trust that we understand their needs and aspirations enough to find the role that suits them.

Is there anything coming up with Enigma that you’re looking forward to?

Yes, so much! I’m really looking forward to understanding more about the digital sector in Glasgow, and across Scotland. It’s so interesting to work with great clients and candidates and every day I’m learning more and more about the ins and outs of this sector. As you might know, The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards are coming up soon, on the 19th of October to be exact. This will be my first time in attendance and I’m looking forward to chatting with some brilliant people within our industry and having a great time celebrating the achievements of the Scottish digital sector. Oh, and we’re running a competition at the moment – you could win a seat at our table at these awards for FREE! Just enter here.

As a recent graduate, is there any advice you would give specifically to graduates looking for a new role? And what about advice candidates out there looking right now?

For graduates, definitely getting a good CV together is most important, highlighting anything that will make you stand out – remember, it has to be relevant to what you’re applying for. Committing to your job search is the one piece advice I would give to any of my candidates, it’s really important to be motivated because the market moves fast so you need to stay on top of it to get the role you want. General advice for candidates would be mostly the same; one thing I would say to more experienced candidates is that you should include your most relevant and up-to-date projects and experience on your CV.

 Tell us about your top vacancies at the moment.

Top vacancies are definitely Senior iOS Developer in Edinburgh and PHP Developer in Glasgow. These are brilliant opportunities with two equally innovative and exciting clients!

Senior iOS Developer – We’re looking for passionate Senior iOS Software Engineers with demonstrable experience in developing quality high performing mobile applications, utilising agile methodologies, latest techniques and best practices. Our client is an award-winning mobile app and digital solutions agency based in Edinburgh city centre. With a team of 30+ mobile specialists, developing native and Xamarin based mobile products along with web-based backend systems for enterprise clients internationally. Want to know more? Click the link above.

PHP Developer – Enigma People Solutions are recruiting for a PHP developer for one of our Glasgow based clients. They are a digital consultancy that design and build innovative digital products and services for the public and private sectors. The role will see the successful candidate join a talented PHP team and help to deliver projects and solutions for their customers. To be considered for this role, you should have around 2 – 3 years development experience.

 


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted October 06, 2017 | Digital Media, Software, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Our Latest Digital & Software Vacancies Across Glasgow

Enigma People Solutions has been working with some great clients on a host of different vacancies throughout the digital and software development sectors recently! All of these vacancies are based in Glasgow so if you’re looking to work with some innovative businesses within the Scottish technology sector, then look no further! From Lead PHP Developer with one of the UK’s largest property websites to Business Development Manager with Eyecademy – the experts in data, we could have your next step on the career ladder. Just check them out below and click the links to find out the full details…

 

icon-electronics Lead PHP Developer

We are recruiting for a Lead PHP Developer for one of our Glasgow based clients. Our clients are the UK’s largest review website for the property industry as well as being the place to find homes for sale or rent nationwide on its own property portal. They are looking to completely rebuild their website which makes this a greenfield opportunity. As this is a lead developer position, we are looking for an individual who has experience leading a team and possesses the ability to advise and decide what frameworks should be used. Sounds good? Click above to see more details.

 

icon-electronics Front End Developer

We are looking for a Front End Developer to join our award-winning clients, an eCommerce platform provider who provides software and services used by fashion/apparel retailers. Our client works with large global clients, using a variety of innovative technologies. As a Front End Developer, your main responsibility will be the production, modification and maintenance of websites UI. You will be working with designers to turn their static designs into working browser-based web pages. You’ll also work closely with back-end developers to implement their server-side code.

 

icon-electronics PHP Engineer

Enigma People Solutions are recruiting for a PHP developer for one of our Glasgow based clients. They are a digital consultancy that design and build innovative digital products and services for the public and private sectors. The role will see the successful candidate join a talented PHP team and help to deliver projects and solutions for their customers. To be considered for this role, you should have around 2 – 3 years development experience.

 

icon-electronics Business Development Manager (Partnerships)

Are you a Business Development Manager looking for your next career move? Our clients; data experts, Eyecademy, are currently looking for someone with a proven track record in profitable sales and knowledge of the B2B market to join their highly successful, Glasgow based team. This is your chance to work with a growing business who have earned a reputation for excellence in Business Intelligence & Data Quality Services and consider their staff as their most valuable asset! Interested? Click above and find out the full details.

 

icon-electronics Senior iOS Developer 

We’re looking for passionate Senior iOS Software Engineers with demonstrable experience in developing quality high performing mobile applications, utilising agile methodologies, latest techniques and best practices. Our client is an award-winning mobile app and digital solutions agency based in Edinburgh city centre. With a team of 30+ mobile specialists, developing native and Xamarin based mobile products along with web-based backend systems for enterprise clients internationally. Want to know more? Click the link above.

 

icon-electronics Unity Developer

Our innovative client is looking for an experienced Unity Developer to work with them on the development of exciting mobile applications and games. Your primary initial focus will be the development of an innovative new lifestyle/healthcare app which combines mixed reality technologies with information and video accessed via an external server. You will be supported in this role by a dedicated backend developer but will be solely responsible for the software development of the main application. Click above to find out more and apply today!

 


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted August 28, 2017 | Digital Media, Software | No Comments »

New Vacancy: Back End Developer (PHP)

Enigma People Solutions is recruiting a Back End Developer for an award winning ecommerce platform provider who provides software and services that are used by fashion/apparel retailers. Our client works with large global clients, using the pick of modern technologies.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

In this role you will work with the existing team to build out the company’s core product, gathering and documenting requirements for client and internal projects.  You will deliver high quality, testable code to meet these requirements. You will also plan and design platform features and take responsibility for delivering these features in a timely manner.

 

To be of Interest you Must be Able to Demonstrate:

  • Strong OOP skills, PHP 7.0/7.1
  • Web development skills (javascript, html, css);
  • Experience using GIT version control;
  • Experience of Symfony 2 would be a strong advantage;
  • Experience of ecommerce would be an advantage;
  • Exposure/contribution to Open Source would be an advantage;
  • Exposure or experience (delivered projects) with React or similar would be an advantage

 

If this sounds like it could be the role for you, click here to apply. You can also get in touch with David Mains directly on 0141 332 4422 or at dmains@enigmapeople.com

All applications will receive a response.

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Posted August 23, 2017 | Digital Media, Electronics, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Our Latest Vacancies Across Glasgow, Edinburgh & more…

Enigma People Solutions is working on a variety of brilliant and interesting vacancies at the moment! These vacancies are situated across Scotland, including Glasgow, Edinburgh and Livingston and range from an immediate Firmware Engineer opportunity with a brilliant R&D and optoelectronics manufacturing client to an experienced Social Media Manager for Scotland’s largest digital agency.

Take a look below and find out if we have the perfect role for you …

icon-electronics Senior Software Engineer

We’re currently looking for an experienced Software Engineer to join our client’s strongly established international business. If you’re a bright, motivated Senior Software Engineer who can assist and lead in the development of embedded and web enabled software for industrial applications, then we want to talk to you! Our client is based in Glasgow and offers an informal, flexible and friendly working environment with competitive remuneration and benefits. Click above to find out more!

 

icon-electronicsFirmware Engineer

We have an immediate vacancy for a Firmware Engineer for an outstanding Livingston based, market leading client focused on the R&D and manufacture of optoelectronic equipment used within data-communication centres. As part of the Firmware team, you will be working on the design and implementation of embedded software for optical transceivers. Other responsibilities will include design, development and debugging of system test software. Sounds like it could be for you? Take a look above and find out how to apply.

 

icon-electronics Social Media Manager

An excellent opportunity for a Social Media Manager with minimum three years experience to join Scotland’s biggest digital agency. Fancy being responsible for developing and delivering exciting, dynamic social campaigns for some of the UK’s best-known brands? Or maybe you’d like to work as part of an integrated content team; managing social media consultants and devising strategies encompassing creative content, community management, paid social and influencer outreach to deliver meaningful results for your clients? Then this is the role for you! Click the link above to find out all the details and apply today!

 

icon-electronics RF Photonic/Electrical Engineers

We are recruiting RF Electrical Engineers for a market leading, Edinburgh based client, focused on the R&D and manufacture of optoelectronic equipment used within data-communication centres. Successful candidates will quickly grow to become a key member of the development team and will be directly involved in the design and development of optoelectronic packages and circuits for data rates of 10Gb/s and higher. Check out the full details and how to apply by clicking above.

 

icon-electronics Firmware Engineer

We have another opportunity for an experienced Firmware Engineer to join our clients growing technology business that produces new product concepts and prototypes in the Electronic Monitoring market. As a result of current success and the upcoming start of major new projects, there is a push to increase the company’s R&D capability to continue developing novel features and cutting edge new products – there’s not a better time to join this business! Based in Fife, your role will be focussed on the firmware development of new products, translating demonstration and prototype code into production firmware. You will play a leading role in designing and deployment of substantial software components and system architecture. Click the link above for full details and how to apply today!

 

icon-electronics Project Manager

We’re currently on the lookout for an ambitious Digital Project Manager/Producer to take on a dynamic role, working closely with clients as well as managing the internal teams to develop games based elearning and mobile solutions. To be considered for this role, you’ll need to be fluent in many aspects of digital – creative, content, functionality, and technology – not just the ability to manage quality, timescales, and budgets. Ideally, you’ll have 2-3 years digital agency experience where you will have built up the necessary production and project management skills and been exposed to all aspects of the project lifecycle. This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a rapidly growing industry at the leading edge of games based learning. So far, so good? Click the link above, find out all you need to know and apply today!
   
Haven’t found anything for you? Why not check out our job search page for a full list of our live vacancies or send your CV over to us at hello@enigmapeople.com 


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted July 11, 2017 | Digital Media, Tackling the Skills Gap Series, Technology Industry | No Comments »

[Interview] Tackling the Skills Gap – Jonathan Warner at QA Apprenticeships

As innovation continues to accelerate throughout both SME’s and established businesses, there are well-founded concerns that the distinct lack of skills combined with an ineffective education system could endanger the UK’s growth. Tech City UK recently estimated that “Britain will need an extra 2.287 million digitally skilled workers by 2020 to satisfy the UK’s digital potential.” On top of these figures, Scotland IS have found that 73% of business will seek to hire digital talent locally this year, a 15% increase on last year’s numbers.

With the demand for industry skills only increasing, it’s important to find out what measures are being put in place by key players within the Scottish technology industry to tackle this. Over the following weeks, we will be talking to organisations at the centre of this issue; finding out what they think about the lack of skills within their industry, what they are doing to help, and how the industry can contribute to increasing the number of people in skilled work.

We’re talking to Jonathan Warner, Director of QA Apprenticeships in Scotland, in part V of our Tackling the Skills Gap series this week! Jonathan discusses how QA have developed apprenticeships to suit the needs of the developing technology and digital industries, the response QA’s various apprenticeships have received, why apprenticeships are important and what he thinks the industry can do to help tackle the skills gap.

BIO: QA Apprenticeships is part of QA Ltd, the UK’s leading training provider. With 12 sites across the UK, QA draws on their 30-year heritage in IT training to craft apprenticeships that deliver job-specific skills. Focussing on IT, tech and digital,  92% of their apprentices secure permanent employment after completing; 20% higher than the national average.

 

Interview] Tackling the Skills Gap - Jonathan Warner at QA Apprenticeships


Hi Jonathan, thanks for chatting with us! Can you tell us about the type of apprenticeships that QA have at the moment within the digital sector?

“In recent years we have developed a number of different apprenticeship programmes in the technology and digital space, ranging from technical IT systems and networking programmes to software development, cyber security, data analytics, digital applications, digital marketing and project management programmes. This has allowed over 14,000 people to join the digital or technology workforce or up-skill in their current role since 2009.”

Has the digital skills gap within the industry had an impact on the type of apprenticeships you offer? 

“There has been a decline in the overall amount of technical IT roles required in the IT industry across the UK, this combined with a greater need for new employees to be digitally aware and ready for change has meant that the type of apprenticeship programme that has seen the most growth has come in the digital space.

Until recently, there was not any specific apprenticeship programme that focused solely on “digital skills”. With the advent of the digital applications and marketing programmes, we have seen more appetite from business to participate in recruiting and training both new and existing staff members to be able to enable their business (irrelevant of industry sector) to be ready for any digital changes that they face. This has also had a positive impact on female participation rates, as we see more programmes being developed that encompass a wider variety of content, so too has the numbers of female applicants increased.

With the ever-increasing threats of cyber-attacks on all business and sectors, the need for cyber protection has become far more pressing. This has also lead to business looking at innovative strategies to bring talent into their business and strengthen their current or planned cyber security strategies; apprenticeship programmes have proven to be an excellent way to help tackle this issue.”

What has the response been like within the industry for apprenticeships? 

“Previously, businesses have been used to apprenticeships in more traditional areas such as trades, the rise of modern apprenticeships has come from the changing needs and profile of the businesses that are now present in Scotland today. Education has been key to making this a successful transition; educating businesses about the benefits of participating in an apprenticeship programme as well as educating both the potential apprentices and their parents of the options that are now available to them. The ultimate gauge as to whether an apprenticeship programme is deemed successful or not would be down to the apprentice themselves actually adding value to the business – this, in turn, would then show in repeat participation. On average, over 70% of business once engaged in the apprenticeship programmes re-engage in the future.

We have seen a significant increase in apprenticeships participation by businesses in recent years, mainly due to the fact that there are now programmes that can meet the needs of their business, there are strong indicators that this growth rate will continue in the coming years.”

Why are apprenticeships important in tackling the skills gap?

“Our economy and the future success of it is increasingly becoming more and more reliant on our ability to be both flexible and innovative. In order to ensure that we can react to change, we have to a have a work force that is able to react and thrive in an ever-changing environment. Reducing the digital skills gap that is prevalent in Scotland at present and increasing the skills of both the current and future workforce is essential in making this happen – investing in apprenticeships to help tackle this problem is one part of an overall digital skills gap strategy encompassing, industry, government and education.

Emerging economies and the fact that business is becoming increasingly more mobile shows that if we do not invest now to ensure that this gap is at best reduced, there would be potential for larger threats to our overall economy in coming years.”

 Do you think more could be done throughout the industry to tackle the skills gap?

“The short answer would be yes – however we need to recognise the vast amount of work from a number of different parties, across sectors and industries that have been tackling this issue in recent years, which has had a very positive effect in tackling the digital skills gap.

Ultimately there is a desire and a will from Government to tackle this issue, in order to match the will of the government to tackle the current digital skills gap we require more businesses to become engaged with apprenticeship programmes in general.”

What advice would you give to i) people looking to become involved in an apprenticeship ii) businesses looking to become involved in taking on apprentices?

“There is now a significant amount of business that have already participated in modern apprenticeship programmes across the UK (several thousand in the tech and digital space alone in the past 5 years). One way of finding out if an apprenticeship programme is right for your business is to talk to people in your peer group who have already gone down that journey, this is something that as a training provider we would recommend. Programmes such as this are all about ensuing that the people that are on them are on the right path (both from a business perspective and from a learner journey one). As such, recruitment, selection and investing the right time in choosing the right people to join your programme are essential.

Ultimately, all training providers are contracted via their respective governments to provide a service to companies wishing to participate in apprenticeship programmes, and like all service based industries what is offered and what is available differs. As such, it is essential that you engage with a provider that can meet the needs of your business, spending time with providers and finding out what they offer and what their core business can offer is key to making the programme a success in the long-term.”
Missed earlier posts in this series? Find them here.


Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted July 07, 2017 | Digital Media, Feature Friday, Software, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Feature Friday: The Agile Mindset

We hear from Valerie McLean at TicToc Digital this week on Feature Friday! Valerie, an Agile Delivery Manager and Project Lead, discusses the thought process and functions behind the Agile mindset, how this was implemented at TicToc and why, plus how it could work for you! TicToc Digital have been doing all things online since 1999. They specialise in creating digital success for businesses and have their finger on the pulse at all times. With this said, it’s time to hand over to Valerie and find out about the agile mindset…

TicToc Digital Logo - Feature Friday


The Agile Mindset

Agile. It’s not just a buzzword, it’s a mindset.

It can mean Scrum, stand ups and Kanban, but these are just names. Agile, to us, is the commitment to regular self-evaluation and continuous self-improvement. The act of Agile brings empowerment and grows confidence, not only within your self, but within your team and with the client too.

An Agile methodology moves away from the idea that one department must finish their whole part of a project before moving to the next (also known as Waterfall). Adopting an Agile mindset takes an open mind – it can be hard to break free from the idea that everything must follow a chronological process. However, not doing so allows greater flexibility in timescales.

The process starts with an in-depth user workshop – evaluating not just what your company’s internal stakeholders think they need for launch, but what the primary users need to complete the key goals defined. From here, we establish a minimum viable product, as well as other “nice-to-haves” for development further down the line.

Usermapping - Feature Friday: The Agile Mindset

This way, costs, expectations and timescales are clear. Working to this process sees things move quick – feedback is quick and expert eyes from all channels feed in from the get go.

The result? A better product. Higher quality. Delighted users. Client goals smashed. Trust between agency and client is strengthened.

 

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Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted June 02, 2017 | Digital Media, Electronics, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Our Latest Vacancies Throughout Glasgow and the West

Enigma People Solutions is working on a variety of brilliant and interesting vacancies at the moment! All of these vacancies are situated in Glasgow and the West and range from Content Producer at an exciting digital practice at the forefront of their industry to Senior Software Engineer at a thriving international company. So, take a look below and find out if we have the perfect role for you …

icon-electronics Content Producer

We’re looking for a skilled and experienced content producer to join our client’s award-winning Glasgow-based digital practice. If you’re a fantastic copywriter who has a keen interest in all things digital then this could be the role for you. Take a look here to find out more.

 

icon-electronics Product Owner

This is a great opportunity to join a successful and established business as their Product Owner. Our Glasgow-based client is seeking an organised, articulate and talented Product Owner to lead the planning and development of their digital products. If you have experience successfully delivering and developing digital products, have a natural understanding of UX and a desire to drive the business, click above to find out the details.

 

icon-electronics Microsoft Stack Web Developer

Our client, one of Scotland’s largest and well-known digital agencies, is looking for a range of mid to senior level developers to join their rapidly expanding team. To be considered for this role, you will need to have experience of Microsoft .Net technology stack, a working knowledge/experience of developing web based solutions and an eagerness to learn and progress. Take a look at the full job ad to find out all the details.

 

icon-electronics Voice Application Developer

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join an industry leading voice development team to deliver a range of innovative projects on platforms including Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri. Our client is a multi-award-winning digital practice, working with cutting edge technology and at the intersection of user-centric design. Click above to find out the full details.

 

icon-electronics Senior Software Engineer 

We’re currently looking for an experienced Software Engineer to join our client’s strongly established, thriving business. The successful candidate will assist and lead in the development of embedded and web enabled software for industrial applications. If you’re enthusiastic and motivated with an ability to work in a team environment whilst being comfortable managing solo projects, this could be the role for you. Take a look at the full details here.

 

 


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted May 18, 2017 | Digital Media, Electronics, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Our Latest Vacancies Throughout Glasgow & The West

Enigma People Solutions is working on a variety of brilliant and interesting vacancies at the moment! All of these vacancies are situated in Glasgow and the West and range from Laser Engineer at an exciting company at the forefront of their industry to Voice Application Developer at an award winning digital practice. So, take a look below and find out if we have the perfect role for you …
icon-electronics Laser Engineer

We’re looking for an experienced Laser Engineer to join our Glasgow based client’s multi-award winning team. Specialising in the development and manufacture of complex, bespoke, state of the art laser solutions to a range of specialist labs/departments and industries, our client’s diverse team work in an innovative and dynamic environment to produce high-quality products. If you’re looking for a challenging role, working with a team at the top of their industry, this could be for you!

 

icon-electronics Voice Application Developer

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join an industry leading voice development team to deliver a range of innovative projects on platforms including Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri. Our client is a multi-award-winning digital practice, working with cutting edge technology and at the intersection of user-centric design.

 

icon-electronics Senior PHP Developer

We’re currently looking for a Senior Developer to join our unique client’s in-house apps and services development team. If you’re looking for a varied and interesting role working with multinational B2B clients, in a multi-disciplined team made up of developers, strategists, designers and client services then get in touch!

 

icon-electronics Senior Software Engineer

We’re currently looking for a bright, motivated Senior Software Engineer to assist and lead in the development of embedded and web enabled software for industrial applications. Our client offers an informal, flexible and friendly working environment with competitive remuneration and benefits. Think this is for you? Take a look at the full details and find out how to apply by clicking on the link above.

 

icon-electronics .Net Umbraco Developer

Are you a .Net Umbraco developer who has experience working on web projects? We’re looking for a .Net Umbraco developer to join our client’s Glasgow-based digital agency. If you’re keen and enthusiastic, with an ability to self-motivate and work within a team then this could be the job for you! Working with a range of brilliant clients, this digital agency offers a variety of benefits including a fantastic team and the option for professional growth.

 

icon-electronics Front End Developer

Our client has a position available for a talented Front End Developer to work within their Digital Proposition Development team. The is a great opportunity to play a key part in shaping company digital business, responsible for building brand new products and services from scratch. Take a look at the full details by clicking the link above.

 


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted May 12, 2017 | Digital Media, Feature Friday, Software, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Feature Friday: Utterances, Slots and Skills – The New Vocab of Voice

This week, we’re introducing an exciting new item to our blog; give a big warm welcome to Feature Friday! From today onwards, we’ll be featuring awesome articles on a range of different topics and from a whole host of brilliant companies within the industry, every second Friday.

Who better to kick this off with than Screenmedia and their interesting insight into the new world of voice application development vocabulary! The innovative digital practice is at the forefront of voice application development and in 2017, Screenmedia was the first UK company to launch a smart home action for the Google Home. Their industry leading voice development team also works with a range of voice platforms including Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri. So, let’s find out what Screenmedia have to say about The New Vocab of Voice


Utterances, Slots and Skills 

The New Vocab of VoiceScreenmedia's image - The New Vocab of Voice

Since Amazon opened up its voice platform Alexa to developers in 2015, the platform has seen several thousand new ‘skills’ launched. Those trying to get their head around designing and developing for voice will quickly come across some unfamiliar terms which require decoding before the work of skill-building can begin. Having recently undertaken flagship UX work building skills on the platform for our clients, here is a quick guide to getting your head around the key terms Amazon uses when developing for Alexa.

Note: the following is applicable to Amazon’s Alexa. Other companies have their own glossary of terms, some use the same terms, others use their own terms, but Alexa is currently the most widely used platform.

Alexa vs Echo

In discussions and in the media, the terms ‘Alexa’ and ‘Echo’ are often conflated when in reality they refer to specifically separate things. Echo refers to the Amazon Echo, a physical product, with a speaker and ring of microphones. Echo can also refer to the Echo Dot, the main Echo’s smaller cousin.

Alexa is the cloud-based ‘intelligent personal assistant’ which processes your requests and supplies answers back to you. If it’s easier, think of Alexa as the ‘mind’ of the ecosystem, while Echo is the ‘body’. When you speak your conversation is with Alexa — Echo is just the mouth and ears. Alexa isn’t constrained to just the Echo though, you can also speak to Alexa through Amazon’s Fire-branded products, as well as a growing number of third-party consumer devices.

Wakeword

The Echo devices have a ring of always-on microphones, meaning the device is always listening to what is around it but in a dormant state. It will only ‘wake up’ and actively pay attention to you when it hears a specific word or phrase, called a wakeword. Amazon offers a choice of ‘Alexa’, ‘Amazon’, ‘Echo’, or ‘Computer’ for these wakewords, with the default being ‘Alexa’. This wakeword cannot be changed beyond these four options by users or by developers. The only time the wakeword options have changed is when Amazon added ‘Computer’ in late 2016.

Note; a ‘wakeword’ wakes the assistant, but does not trigger your specific skill, that would be an invocation (we’ll get to this later).

Skills

The simplest way to describe a skill is ‘an app for Alexa’. But try to avoid this, as it can cause confusion with the Alexa App, (which we’ll come to later on). Amazon maintains a list of available Alexa skills on its site.

Skills aren’t downloaded in the same way that a phone app is and are instead ‘enabled’. This is because the code and content for a skill are not stored on the Echo device, but in Amazon’s cloud servers along with Alexa itself. If a user wants to use your skill, they ‘enable’ it, either within the Alexa App or by asking Alexa to enable it. This then gives the user the ability to invoke and use your specific skill.

There are three types of skill:

Custom Skills

This is the most common type of skill, and gives you the most control over the user experience. This type of skill lets you develop just about anything you can imagine.

Smart Home Skills

This is a type of skill specifically for controlling smart home appliances. It gives you less control over the user experience, but is simpler to develop.

Flash Briefing Skills

This type of skill is specifically for compatibility with Alexa’s native ‘Flash Briefing ability. This type of skill also gives you reduced experience control, but again is simpler to develop.

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Posted February 06, 2017 | Digital Media, Industry Interviews, Software, Startups | No Comments »

[Interview] Joe Tree: Life in the Creative Industries, Blipfoto and Tech Start-Ups

This week, we’re chatting to Joe Tree – the man behind the hugely popular photo journal site, Blipfoto –  finding out where the idea came from, what he’s up to now, how he uses his unique set of business, technology, and design skills to create innovative projects and give back to the industry, and what he sees for the future of tech start-ups:

Hi, Joe! Tell us a wee bit us about who you are and where the idea for Blipfoto came from?

“Hi back atcha! I’ve spent most of my working life in the creative industries, but I’m a geek at heart so my best work has always included an element of new technology. I launched my first company—ainteractive media agency called Rocket—in the mid-1990s, just before the Internet and digital started to become mainstream. Equal measures of luck and foresight put us at the cutting edge of a whole new industry, and we spent fifteen fruitful years building websites, CD-ROMs (remember those?), interactive kiosks, presentations, animations and games for an impressive list of lovely clients, and many of Scotland’s ad agencies.

Blipfoto started life as a personal project when I set myself the challenge to take and share a photo every day of my life. There was something weirdly captivating about the process, both for me as the photographer and the people who dropped in every day to see my pictures. So we decided to make it a pet company project and build a platform anyone could sign up to and start their own daily photo journal.

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It grew like crazy and in 2009 Blipfoto won a BAFTA Scotland Award, which gave us the resolve to find some investment and make it our sole focus. Jump forwards five years and we’d raised over $1.5m, were attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors every month from every corner of the world, counted Steve Wozniak among our users and signed a deal with Polaroid to promote the service in the US.

That last bit didn’t go particularly well, the investment dried up and we had no choice but to call in the liquidators. It was a difficult moment but the whole journey was incredible and the most brilliant learning experience. I walked away with no regrets.

Fortunately, Blipfoto’s users pulled together and managed to crowdfund enough cash to buy the platform, putting it into community ownership and protecting it for the future. So the thing I created survived—and I hope will continue for many years to come.”

What are you up to now?

“After I stepped away from Blipfoto, I realised I had this weird but unique mix of design, technology and business expertise—and wanted to find a way to keep applying all three. So I turned my hand to helping other early-stage startups, with branding and positioning, UI and UX design, app development, business models, investment material, and so on.

Informatics Ventures use me every spring to help the companies pitching at EIE—by far the biggest investment event in Scotland—get their presentations in shape.
In September I joined The Scottish Government’s CivTech Accelerator as Head of Product, which has meant spending a couple of days a week supporting and mentoring the founders of nine companies as they solve some big public sector problems.

I’m quietly working away on a new masterplan or two of my own but, for the time being, thoroughly enjoying working with the companies I’m lucky enough to get commissioned by.”

What do you think 2017 has in store for the tech start-up industry in Scotland?

“Three massive things happened in 2016: Skyscanner’s founders finally realised the value of Scotland’s first unicorn; Jamie Coleman announced Accelerated Digital Ventures’ £150m fund and the expansion of Codebase across the UK; Scottish Equity Partners closed a new £260m tech fund. Together, I think they mark a pivotal point we’ll look back on in years to come.

Scotland now has multiple sources of tech-savvy capital, a new generation of graduates who consider launching or working for a startup a prudent career move, a proven path to a big exit, and CodeBase as a glowing beacon at the epicentre of it all. None of this was true five years ago.

So I think we’re going to see the whole industry scale up this year like never before—those who’ve been in it for a few years taking a big step up and a fresh wave of new companies following in their wake.
Lest we start feeling a bit too positive, let’s not forget how much of the talent driving value in these companies has come from outside the UK and made Scotland its home, and how important unfettered access to foreign markets is to us. If we do to take things to the next level, sadly it’ll be in spite of those holding power 400 miles south of here.”

Tell us a bit about the boards you’re on and why you’ve chosen to be involved with these specific ones.

“Over the years I’ve asked a lot of people for advice or help and, I think without exception, it’s been given freely and enthusiastically. I always try to do the same—none of us exists in isolation and in the end, we all benefit from a little generosity. So I’ve been happy to contribute my time to three groups doing incredible work in areas I care deeply about. Creative Edinburgh because it plays a vital role in nurturing, strengthening and promoting the capital’s creative industries; Out Of The Blue because they give people a place to do their thing and don’t always use pound signs to measure value; the Digital Media Industry Leadership Group because it’s a way to channel the needs of our disparate industry back to government.”

How can someone looking for advice get in touch with you?

“That’s easy: joetree.com

Joe Tree

 

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So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Adieu

After 3 years at Enigma People Solutions, the time has come for me to move on to a new marketing role. I joined Enigma at the start of my marketing career and was looking for a role where I could gain solid experience and build on my marketing knowledge.

I got this, and much more.

I was introduced to Digital Marketing and learned how this can revolutionize businesses. Writing the weekly blog allowed me to tap into creative writing skills I didn’t know I had. I published these on WordPress, where I had the freedom to experiment and teach myself some basic HTML, learned to navigate the backend of a website and set up Google Analytics – all on my own!

Updating the Enigma People Solutions website was one of the biggest challenges of my role and one I’m most proud of. This was my opportunity to learn all about SEO and PPC, and the result is now a responsive, mobile friendly modern recruitment website.

Working for a specialist digital technology recruitment business introduced me to the thriving digital industry in Scotland and I’ve loved being a part of it. I’ve contributed towards Enigma’s involvement in a number of industry events including The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards and Design it Build it. I’ve had the opportunity to work with local universities and colleges including the University of the West of Scotland and City of Glasgow College and interviewed a number of influential people in the industry.

My marketing role has been varied, challenging and very rewarding. It’s given me a fantastic foundation to continue building on my marketing and digital skills. I will always be grateful to Directors David and Ben on giving me the opportunity to develop my marketing skills and allowing me the flexibility to learn new digital skills through self-learning. I believe you can no longer successfully market a business without the use of digital – it is an essential skill, with an ongoing learning curve, and one which will always be in demand by businesses.

As I move on from Enigma with my new set of skills, I can only hope that my replacement, Amy McIlroy, enjoys the journey I have been on as much as I have. I wish her, and the rest of my amazing colleagues all the best for the future. 🙂

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Going Around Glasgow’s Digital Agencies

The digital market in Glasgow is well and truly thriving; and this week we saw that @GlasgowSubway are celebrating their 120th Birthday! (and giving away mugs! wonder where they got that idea?) This reminded us of our Digital Underground map we’d published a few years ago and decided to give it a wee revamp. This is our 3rd version, proving that the digital industry is never static, is always changing and provides a wealth of opportunities for those keen to be involved. This fast moving industry includes some long standing, established key players alongside new and innovative start up agencies. Here’s our pick of some of the coolest agencies around town!

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As the industry continues to grow, our map keeps getting bigger and bigger.

As you can see from the map, the city centre of Glasgow is the hub for digital agencies with many of them choosing locations which are close to each other – reinforcing both the desire to be where all the action is and the benefits that come along with the city centre.

Our list of City Centre agencies includes:
999 Design
ABC Creative
After Digital
BiteDa
Bright Signals
Carnyx
Digirati
Dog Digital
Eqtr
Everyone
Frame
Ibiza Digital
Indez
Innovation Digital
Junction 18
Kiltr
Maguires
MarkUp
Metadigital
NEU Creative
NSDesign
Peach Digital
Psona
Radiator
Reflex Blue
Screenmedia
Senshi Digital
Spider
Swarm Online
The Big Partnership
The Zen Agency
TicToc
Whitewall Marketing
Wire Media

Not on the list? Get in touch, hello@enigmapeople.com or tweet @enigmapeople to add your agency!

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Want to work in a digital agency? Check out our latest digital vacancies.

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Posted November 14, 2016 | Digital Media, Recruitment Advice | No Comments »

Can You Add A Digital Marketing Apprentice To Your Team?

The digital sector is highlighted to be a key high growth sector for the Scottish economy. There are an estimated 70,000 new jobs to be created over the next 5 years, and we, as an industry, are vastly unprepared to fill these jobs.

Although there are a number of initiatives and workshops to help bridge the skills gap, many digital (and non-digital!) businesses are really struggling to bring in skilled talent to help grow and reach their commercial potential.

As you will already know, there is a real need for skilled people entering industry today.

And you can help; Enigma People Solutions, working in collaboration with training provider Tigers Ltd, are committed to help train the next generation and provide businesses with young people who have appropriate digital skills.

To do this, we have devised the Digital Marketing Pre-Apprenticeship programme to specifically teach the necessary real-world skills, which we know our clients have a real need for – like coding skills (CSS, HTML, JavaScript), Analytics, Social Media, Content Marketing and even Photo Editing, as well as IT and Administrative skills.

Now we need your help – could you be an employer who will allow them to gain real work based industry learning?

We’re looking for digital businesses who can welcome a potential digital marketing apprentice on a full-time basis for an initial 6-8 weeks (and beyond!). All at no cost to your business.

How Your Business Benefits:

  • No Training Cost To You – If you decide to hire the young person as a Digital Marketing Apprentice, all training will provided by TIGERS through Government funding. All you need to do is pay your apprentice the minimum of £3.40 per hour (or more if you like.)
  • Cost Effective – compared to hiring new talent, this is a very cost-effective way to bring in new digital marketing skills.
  • Shape and Prepare – Your apprentice will have basic digital skills however you have the opportunity to shape and prepare this individual to work specifically for your business, pass on your professional knowledge, and act as a mentor for this young person.
  • Fresh Ideas – Apprentice’s are known to boost productivity, providing fresh ideas and perspectives.

What’s The Catch?

There isn’t one. There is no obligation to hire the young person as a fully-fledged employee at the end of the 8-week period (although you might find you want to hold them!)

Tigers Ltd has been operating as a training provider for 10+ years and has built a strong reputation for providing employers with a skilled, professional workforce. The apprenticeship programme is currently open to only 10 employers in the Glasgow and surrounding areas.

There are a limited number of modern apprentices available. To take part in the programme, or for any queries, contact Brian Carmichael, Tigers. Apprenticeship Managers.

Tel: 0141 771 5200
E-mail: briancarmichael@tigersltd.co.uk
Address: Unit 27, Huntershill Village,102 Crowhill Road,Bishopbriggs,Glasgow,G64 1RP

For more info visit: Tigers Digital Marketing Modern Apprenticeship

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Posted October 20, 2016 | Awards, Digital Media | No Comments »

The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2016: The Winners

Last night the digital industry in Scotland celebrated one of the biggest nights in the digital calendar. The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards bring together businesses from across the nation to recognize and reward the successes of the industry. The night certainly didn’t disappoint. We saw businesses from a whole range of sectors showcase their talents in digital technology, proving that digital is not just one part of our lives, rather it touches upon everything we do as consumers and individuals.

The prestigious awards were held in Glasgow’s Radisson Blu hotel where guests were greeted with champagne to begin toasting their achievements (or to calm any nerves). The  Herald events team along with host Des Clarke,  did a remarkable job entertaining and looking after 350 of Scotland’s digital elite.

Once the speeches were made and the 3-course dinner was thoroughly enjoyed, it was time to reveal the winners for this year….

Business to Business Award

winner: Software Advisory Service

E-Commerce Award

winner: TEFL Org

Charity and Social Enterprise Award

winner local: Maryhill Integration Network

winner national: Cahonas Scotland

Best Mobile Application (includes Games)

winner: DOGFISH Mobile

Consumer Engagement Award

winner: NEU

Public Sector Award

winner: NHS Lanarkshire

Education & Training Award

winner: GoodPractice

Student Award

winner: Jennifer McGregor 

Best Use of Social Media Award

winner: Young Scot & The Scottish Government

Digital Professional of the Year Award

winner: Laura Blackhurst, LUX

Digital Agency Award

winner: Equator

The awards are now in their eighth year and have grown incredibly in line with the success of digital in Scotland. Head of this year’s judging panel was our very own Director David Mains. He said:

Congratulations to all of this year’s finalists and winners! The awards, as always, have allowed Scotland’s digital industry to truly shine, to show off its incredible talent, and it’s ability to always remain at the forefront of digital technology.

Enigma People Solutions was proud to sponsor the Digital Professional of the Year and the Digital Agency Award, the final award of the night. The panel of judges looked to reward an agency who they felt carried out the most advanced digital innovation in Scotland, using digital to excite, enthuse and inspire. This year’s winners were Glasgow’s Equator Agency – congratulations guys!

This year the awards were supported by Digital Boost – a national workshop programme which has been designed specifically to support SMEs’ development into digital technologies and ultimately to bring business benefits. Enigma People Solutions is continuing to support businesses with the training and provision of  digital apprenticeships, in association with Tigers Ltd . We’re looking to launch our new programmer very soon. If you’d like to be the first to know more information, contact Anndeep Sandhu at anndeep@enigmapeople.com to register your interest.

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The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2016: The Winners

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Posted September 05, 2016 | Awards, Digital Media | No Comments »

The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2016: Who Made The Shortlist?

The finalists have been announced for this year’s Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2016!

The judges have pored over almost 100 entries for this years 12 categories. We saw an incredibly diverse range of companies enter this year, reflecting the far-reaching grasp that digital has on our economy in Scotland.

The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards have been recognising and rewarding digital businesses and projects throughout the country for 8 years now. Enigma People Solutions have been working with The Herald since the inception of these awards. Director David Mains and Head of the Judging Panel said:

“Congratulations to all the finalists for this year. As with every year, the judging panel was impressed by the breadth and depth of submissions. It’s great to see new players and some familiar faces amongst the finalists, which continues to prove how innovative and competitive the digital industry is in Scotland.”

The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards | Enigma People Solutions | David Mains Head Judge

So who are the finalists?

Business to Business Award 
  • Equator for AXA Business Insurance
  • Nucleus
  • Software Advisor Service
  • We Are AD for EDF Energy
E-Commerce Award
  • Blue2 Digital for R&A
  • TEFL Org UK
  • The Weather Digital for Glengoyne Distillery
Charity and Social Enterprise Award

Local

  • Blue2 Digital for Archie Foundation / Wild in Art
  • Equator for Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries
  • Maryhill Integration Network
  • Yard Digital for Big Hearts

National

  • Cahonas Scotland
  • Scottish Refugee Council
  • Whitespace for Mary’s Meals
  • Women’s Support Project
Public Sector Award
  • NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Sexual Health (Sandyford)
  • NHS Lanarkshire
  • Storm ID for Scotblood
  • We Are Snook for Aye Mind
Best Mobile Application (includes Games)
  • Cobra Mobile for Let’s Go Run Around
  • DOGFI.SH Mobile for Sugar Smart
  • Screenmedia for Edinburgh Festival Fringe App
  • XDesign for World Health Organization
Consumer Engagement Award
  • 999 Design for Financial Times
  • NEU for Coldplay’s A Head Full of Dreams Album Launch
  • Radiator Digital for Mactaggart and MickeL
  • The Weather Digital for Glengoyne Distillery
Education & Training Award
  • GoodPractice and Edrington
  • Junction-18 for Learn Direct & Build
  • School Cloud Systems
Student Award 
  • Alasdair Ireland for Your Book List
  • Alberto Negro for 5 Style
  • Jennifer McGregor for CrohnieClothing
Best Use of Social Media Award
  • BBC Scotland for The Social
  • Cahonas Scotland for #CheckYerBawballs
  • FreeAgent
  • Young Scot and the Scottish Government Marketing Team
Digital Professional of the Year Award
  • Gary Ennis, NSDesign
  • John McLeish, Equator
  • Laura Blackhurst, LUX
Digital Agency Award
  • Equator
  • Screenmedia
  • Storm ID
  • xDesign

The winners will be revealed at the Awards evening to be held on Thursday 20th October 2016, at the Radisson Blu hotel. For further information and to book your table visit the events page now.

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The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2016: Deadline Approaching

This year’s deadline is fast approaching. Businesses have until Thursday 25th August to submit their entries to the Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2016.

Now in their eighth year, these dynamic industry awards recognise the success of businesses large and small in seizing the opportunities offered by digital technology and the internet.

All types of digital projects are eligible for entry: websites, games, mobile technology, business software, public installations or even a simple but effective social media campaign can be put forward. The only requirement is that you can demonstrate success – be that inventive, financial or simply in terms of popularity.

Why Enter?

  • The awards are a perfect opportunity to showcase your businesses expertise in digital
  • They are a well established and highly prestigious recognition in Scotland’s technology industry
  •  An opportunity to celebrate & reward your team’s achievements and successes

Enigma People Solutions Director David Mains is Head Judge this year. Joining him on the panel is:

David says:

“Don’t miss your opportunity to be crowned a winner!
These are important and prestigious recognitions in the industry. We urge all agencies (big and small) to get involved, showcase their best work, and reward themselves for a fantastic year of incredible local and international digital projects.”

Visit the Herald Events Website now and submit your entry

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The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2016 are now open for entries!

Yes, that’s right. It’s that time of year again where businesses up and down the country are invited to enter the biggest awards of the digital industry and showcase their best work.

The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards have been celebrating the successes of businesses working in the Scottish digital technology space for 8 years now. Those who have been involved with these awards for as long as we have will appreciate their tremendous growth – as seen by the need for a bigger venue each year!  This year we will be celebrating at Glasgow’s Radisson Blu Hotel, rewarding businesses across the following 12 categories:

  • Business to Business Award
  • E-Commerce Award
  • Charity and Social Enterprise Award
  • Best Mobile Application
  • Consumer Engagement Award
  • Public Sector Award
  • Education & Training Award
  • Student Award
  • Out of Home Award
  • Best Use of Social Media Award
  • Digital Professional of the Year Award
  • Digital Agency Award

Once again Enigma People Solutions is sponsoring the final award of the night – the Digital Agency Award. This category is designed to reward one digital agency which has carried out the most advanced digital innovation in Scotland. We believe this to be a very important category to recognise and reward the incredible achievements of the talented agencies which exist in Scotland. The calibre of entries we see each year always make this a very tough category to judge.

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David Mains Presents Storm ID with the Digital Agency Award – The Scottish Digital Business Awards 2015

Enigma People Solutions Director, David Mains is Head of this year’s judging panel. He said: “I would encourage all digital businesses to enter and showcase their undoubtable talents. Working with incredible clients throughout the year, I enjoy seeing first-hand the quality of work being delivered by companies, both in-house and agency.

These awards are an integral part of the digital community in Scotland and Enigma People believe that it is important to recognise the contributions of businesses large and small to this vital part of Scotland’s economy. We are delighted to continue our support of The Herald Digital Business Awards and I am personally honoured to once again be leading this year’s judging panel.

For more information on the awards, and how to enter, visit the website!

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Posted July 18, 2016 | Career Advice, Digital Media | No Comments »

Working in Digital Marketing: Do formal qualifications matter?

A recent article titled “Maybe it’s just me, but shouldn’t an ‘expert’ in marketing be trained in marketing?” argues that if somebody is being held up as an expert in the discipline of marketing you would certainly expect them to have a formal qualification in the topic. This article got me thinking and I would be urged to disagree. A qualification doesn’t always mean you’re qualified. Or rather a lack of qualification doesn’t mean you’re unqualified.

If we’re talking about digital marketing space – I agree having a formal qualification at college or university level isn’t going to hurt, and is a great foundation to build on, giving you the right knowledge and theory but it doesn’t fully equip you to do the job. I can speak from my own experience my qualification has vastly helped me in my position today, however the person who held my post prior to me didn’t have a marketing qualification and did the job just as well.

Looking at the candidates Enigma People Solutions work with, and have successfully placed, we can say that it really depends on personality versus qualification when it comes to securing a job within a digital marketing agency.

Digital marketing agencies can favour candidates who have studied the subject at college or university level. However if you’re somebody who hasn’t studied the subject but has come to learn through relevant work experience, self learning courses and/or has freelanced successfully then you’re just as qualified to do the job and go on to be a thought leader – something which the article argues cannot be done. If you’re not “formally qualified” but your self taught skills and technical knowledge are up to industry standard, there is no reason you cant go on to be an industry expert.

But that isn’t all.

Digital agencies thrive on creativity, innovation and collaboration. If you can’t display your ability to work in this way then a qualification doesn’t matter either way.  It come downs to your personality, willingness to learn, share knowledge and collaborate. When it comes to working in digital marketing and working within an agency it’s the right combination of personality + cultural fit + relevant skills which wins every time. If you’re the right person for the job with the right skills, the way in which you came to learn doesn’t matter.

If we take software development into account then the same is true. A 2015 Stack Overflow survey found that 48% of developers never received a qualification. Similarly, Quartz reports that:

“Self-taught developers dominate technology: 69% of the developers who responded to the survey are at least partly self-taught, and fewer than half hold a formal degree in computer science. In a trend spreading to other fields, many are choosing ways to learn that offer everything but a degree: online courses, bootcamps, on-the job training, and collaborating with peers.”

Do employers question where they got their qualifications? No. Developers are so high in demand that employers are fighting over each other to hire them as long as they are happy with their coding skills, experience and team fit.

Digital marketing is not far off.

In Tech Crunch’s article “Software Is Eating The Job Market” its reported that at high-growth tech companies such as Amazon and Facebook, the highest volume job opening after software developer/engineer is marketing manager – with social media manager not far behind.

Technology is evolving at a rapid speed. Jobs are being created which weren’t around 15 to 20 years ago, so the qualifications relating to many roles today simply weren’t around or there was little opportunity or need to study exactly what’s required in the role. Many of the skills learned and required on the job aren’t always taught before you’re in the role – often you need to attend hands-on workshops or learn on the job. As technology continues to extend its reach and reshape the workforce, it also reshapes the expectations of how the workforce learns and progress through their careers.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this! Do you agree that a formal qualification isn’t always required to succeed in today’s marketing landscape?

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Posted June 13, 2016 | Digital Media, Recruitment Industry | No Comments »

Digital Skills and the Need for Continued Professional Development

The technology industry in Scotland still suffers from a skills shortage which holds businesses back. The BBC today reported that The UK needs another 745,000 workers with digital skills by 2017 and the skills gap costs economy around £63bn a year in lost income. As a leading technology recruitment consultancy, we work closely with businesses and know all too well which skills are in high demand, across digital, software and sales & marketing. We’re pleased to work with local colleges and educational institutions to help fill this gap and work towards producing graduates who have the necessary skills for the industry.

We’ve recently worked with the City of Glasgow College to help develop a range of courses and workshops designed to meet the digital needs of the industry. Enigma People Solutions Director, David Mains was also delighted to join the Creative Technologies Industry Advisory Board at the University of the West of Scotland with the same intention – to ultimately help fill the skills gap.

Addressing the skills issue at college and university level is essential; however it isn’t the only solution.

Students and candidates have a responsibility to keep their skills up to date and relevant. With technology advancing as quickly as it is, graduates coming out of university will need to continue their skills development especially in the first few years of working. Employers have a responsibility to create working environments that foster continued development, be it through professional industry qualifications or simply on the job experience. They also have a responsibility to hire the best candidates they can find, whether they have all of the relevant skills or not. Too often, we see clients wait to hire in search of a “perfect candidate”. However in this technology skills market where availability of candidates is low and competition for them is high, it is not always in the best interest to wait or compete in a salary war for candidates. We often urge our clients to invest in talent and develop their employees, rather than always expecting a “plug and play” candidate during recruitment.

When I joined Enigma People my skills lay in offline marketing (mainly event organisation). Through on the job training and self study I have learned many of the digital skills which employers demand today. So much so, I was in a position to help advise the City of Glasgow College on what they should teach the next wave of digital marketers! I took an SEO/PPC course with one of Glasgow’s leading Digital Agencies, taught myself basic HTML through Codecademy, I recently completed Google’s online marketing training for digital skills – The Digital Garage, and I am also working towards gaining the Google Analytics Academy Qualifications. I also ensure to keep these skills up to date by attending regular Digital Skills workshops. None of this would have been possible had I not had the opportunity to develop my skills on the job.

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In order to meet the current skills demands of the industry, employers need to offer their employees, and prospective employees, more opportunities like this. Hire candidates who require some training instead of hiring no one, provide on the job training from senior employees, and provide opportunities for continued professional development through courses and workshops. The good news is there is an ever increasing number of initiatives, workshops and training opportunities available across the technology industry to help fill skills gaps, such as the free Google courses mentioned earlier, CodeClan, YouTrain, Business Gateway’s Digital Boost and not to mention The new Digital Xtra fund from Skills Development Scotland to help tackle the issue from school age.

Bridging the skills gap in Scotland’s technology industry won’t be solved overnight, however a joint effort between schools, colleges, employers and employees is starting to make real progress towards a common goal. What we believe will help further is more students/ employees to take learning into their own hands with self learning, and businesses to give employees increased opportunities to develop skills. If your looking advice on hiring digital talent, or looking to discuss what skills employers look for, get in touch at hello@enigmapeople.com or call 0141 332 4422.


Enigma People is an award winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Or follow us on Twitter @enigmapeople and LinkedIn.

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Posted May 16, 2016 | Career Advice, Digital Media | No Comments »

Getting a Job in Digital Marketing

Gordon Campbell, Digital Marketing Manager at Lookers PLC, shares his experience of starting out in digital marketing with some great career tips!

Experience
You’ve probably heard the phrase “you can’t get the job without experience, and you can’t get the experience without the job.” This is something that is true in several industries, but thankfully when it comes to digital marketing, you are able to gain experience without actually getting the job.

Before I landed my first job in digital marketing I helped build and optimise websites for free. If I hadn’t have done this I doubt I would have ever got my ‘foot in the door’, so I would urge anyone else that doesn’t have the experience required to do some voluntary work. I know working for free is a bit of a taboo subject, but having some experience will make your CV more marketable.

This next piece of advice will likely sound obvious, but if you want to work in digital marketing, most of the material that you need to learn can be found online for free. Sites such as Inbound.org are a great place to scan on a daily basis as important industry news usually gets voted to the top. If you are happy to pay to learn digital marketing, websites such as Distilled U are a great place to start.

Keep your eyes peeled for local digital marketing meetups. Meetups are a great way to learn, network, and are usually quite good fun. If I’m honest, I probably don’t attend as many of these as I should, but the ones I have attended have been massively valuable.

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Interview tips
I used to work in recruitment, which meant I dedicated a lot of time to studying how to come across well during an interview. The below techniques are ones I’ve used that I believe have helped me in the past.

Overcome objections before they happen
If you know that there is something that might prevent you from getting the job, such as possibly not having as much experience as other candidates, try to mention this near the beginning of the interview.

The reason this is so important is that if you are coming across well and towards the end of the interview the interviewer manages to uncover something that is slightly negative, it may put a dampener on things. If you volunteer this information at the start, and come across well during the rest of the interview, it will be less likely that it will stick in the interviewer’s mind and will also demonstrate that you are honest.

Do your research
Researching the business is extremely important, and you would be surprised at how many people don’t actually do it before interviewing. Dropping in golden nuggets of information from time to time during your interview will help you stand out from the other candidates and show that you want the position more.
I tend to spend a few hours on research before any interview.

Prepare a presentation
I like to present at an interview even if I’m not asked to. If the job is SEO related, I would usually prepare an audit related to this and benchmark the business against competitors. This is a great way to add some structure to the interview and it demonstrates again how much you want the position.

If you plan to point out anything negative, it is important that this is done in a careful manner, as the person who is interviewing you may be responsible for this piece of work. This could make both parties uncomfortable, and if the interviewer disagrees with your findings it could hamper your chances of getting the job, so just be careful with this one.

Be sure to bring along hard copies of your presentation in case there isn’t a project or computer screen available.

Last impressions count
During the interview it is tempting to get all your achievements out as quickly as possible, but it is important to remember that last impressions, just before the interview ends, can make a huge difference.

If you have achieved something that you think will help you get the job, share this information towards the end of the interview. Doing so will keep you front of mind with your potential new boss and could increase the chances of you being successful.

Follow-up email
Once the interview is over, make sure you send a follow-up email, but don’t act too desperate.  Thank the people interviewing you for their time and make a few additional points about why you think you are right for the position.

What if you’ve never worked in digital marketing before?
If you are trying to land your first job in digital marketing, even an entry-level job, having at least some freelance experience will go a long way.

It is extremely important to demonstrate that you are keen to learn even if it means doing so in your spare time. You need to show that you are proactive and enthusiastic about digital marketing. Also, don’t be afraid to demonstrate any achievements that don’t include digital marketing, and try to also show any positive soft-skills that you have.

You’re going to have to work harder than other candidates that have experience to get this job, so you might want to do some additional research on the business and their marketing strategy.

Try to find out things like what CMS they use. Do they currently advertise via PPC? Do they do any display advertising?

Here are some more things that might improve your chances of landing your first digital role:

  • If you really want a job in digital marketing do some voluntary freelance work to gain experience
  • If you are unable to find anyone that you can do freelance work for, set up a website or blog of your own
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for advice from other digital marketers; most of them will be happy to help
  • Find out if there are any skill-shortages in your local area for specific digital marketing disciplines; having these skills could make you a more desirable candidate

One of the first websites I made related to job interview preparation. I spent a lot time researching how to perform well in interviews and I’m sure this helped me feel a lot more confident during the process, which in turn contributed to me being offered jobs.

What I’ve learned while working in digital marketing
The digital marketing industry is filled with a lot of ambitious individuals. If you want to be part of this industry, it is important that you are prepared to continuously learn and never rest on your laurels.

Although experience in this industry is vitally important, it’s possible to climb the ranks fairly quickly and overtake some of the more experienced people if you are willing to put in the time and effort to produce excellent results for your client or employer.

Don’t expect anyone to hold your hand and teach you about digital marketing. There is a chance that you will have on-the-job training, but if you expect to succeed on that alone then you will probably be left disappointed. A lot of the information needed to learn digital marketing can be found online, so if you want to get ahead of your colleagues, better get your head down and start studying.

It is important that you continuously develop your digital marketing skills through self-study.  The online space is constantly evolving – it is one of the things that keeps the job interesting, but you can quickly fall behind if you are unwilling to keep learning.

When it comes to digital marketing, although you can choose to specialise in a specific discipline, I  always try to gain an understand of as many areas as possible as I feel having an eclectic range of skills can lead to more senior positions.

Digital marketing is quite a close-knit industry, so if you decide to move on from a position, try to do it professionally and don’t burn any bridges. I left a company once on good terms, which in turn led to a lot of freelance work from them and additional job offers.

Working in digital can be extremely rewarding, and is a lot more interesting than previous positions I’ve worked in. There appears to be an increasing demand for digital marketing professionals which has led to a bit of a skill-shortage in some areas, so I believe that now is a great time to be working in digital.

 


Enigma People is an award winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest sales and digital marketing jobs! Or follow us on Twitter @enigmapeople and LinkedIn.

Article originally posted on: http://www.stateofdigital.com/get-job-progress-career-digital-marketing/

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Posted February 22, 2016 | Digital Media, Events, Software | No Comments »

3 Weeks To Go! Design It; Build It Edinburgh

We have just over 3 weeks to go until the biggest UX and Web Design Event in Scotland. Design It; Build It brings to Edinburgh some incredible speakers from global companies such as Buzzfeed and Facebook. Not only that, Scotland’s homegrown tech unicorns FanDuel and Skyscanner will also be sharing their insights with over 350 delegates from across Europe and North America who have signed up for the conference.

Find out who else you can hear from over the two day event.

Design It; Build It is a major international conference which brings together those designing and building popular websites and apps such as BBC, Financial Times and John Lewis  to discuss the future of the web. The conference will be held on 17th & 18th March at he Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh, EH1 2NE.

For full conference details, and to buy tickets visit the website: http://dibiconference.com/

Haven’t got your ticket yet?

Good news! As sponsors of the event, Enigma People Solutions will be giving one lucky winner the chance to enjoy the two day conference absolutely free of charge.

To enter our prize draw all you need to do is subscribe to our weekly blog and your email address will be added to the draw! Click subscribe below at the bottom of this web page or email hello@enigmapeople.com with the subject “subscribe”.

The winner will be announced Friday 26th March!

Good luck!

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Posted February 15, 2016 | Awards, Digital Media, Events | No Comments »

Apply Now To Enter ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards

We are only weeks away from the 6th annual ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards. Businesses have until 5pm Wednesday 2nd March 2016 to complete their applications and be in with a winning chance!

ScotlandIS is the trade body for the digital technology industry in Scotland. The awards are designed to celebrate innovative projects and world-class businesses across the highly successful industry. They provide a fantastic opportunity to gain recognition and reward your team for their efforts and achievements in making the industry what it is today!

The categories for this year are:

The winners will be announced with an awards evening ceremony in Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket, Wednesday 20th April. Book your places here.

Enigma People Solutions is proud to sponsor the Digital Agency of the Year category. As one of the leading digital recruiters, we are passionate about supporting and growing successful technology teams in Scotland. We encourage all digital agencies to enter the awards and celebrate their contributions to this incredible industry!

Enter Now!

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Posted January 26, 2016 | Digital Media, Events, Software | No Comments »

Design It; Build It – The Conference for UX Designers and Web Developers

17 Amazing speakers, 2 Days, 1 Unmissable event.

Enigma People Solutions is proud to sponsor the Design It; Build It Conference in Edinburgh, on 17th and 18th March 2016.

Established in 2009, DIBI is the major international conference for ux designers, web developers and those working in digital. This year’s event will be hosted in the heart of Scotland’s Digital Community, Edinburgh. Home to one of the UK’s fastest growing and most successful technology hub’s, the capital city is also where tech unicorns (private companies valued at $1 billion or more) FanDuel and Skyscanner are headquartered.  Speakers from both these companies will feature at the conference amongst other incredibly influential speakers from some of the world’s biggest names in technology, including Facebook, Buzzfeed and Sky. A full list of speakers can be found here.

With internationally renowned speakers, networking opportunities and a St Patricks day party to end the conference, this is an event not to be missed!

Event Details:

Date: 17th and 18th March 2016

Location: The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh, EH1 2NE

Schedule: http://dibiconference.com/schedule/

Buy tickets: https://ti.to/nxt/dibi-design-it-build-it-2016

Any questions regarding the event contact Jim Richardson – info@dibiconference.com

About Us:

Enigma People Solutions is a multi-award winning technology recruitment consultancy, representing businesses across Scotland. As a leading digital recruiter, we are passionate about supporting and growing successful technology teams across the industry. We pride ourselves on recruiting the best candidates for technology roles ranging from App Developers to UX designers, from Software Engineers to Account Managers. We are proud to support the Design It, Build It Conference and help to bring together a fantastic event for the digital community in the country.

That’s not all:

Would you like to WIN A FREE TICKET to the conference?

Enigma People Solutions is offering one lucky winner the chance to enjoy the two day conference absolutely free of charge!

To enter our prize draw all you need to do is subscribe to our weekly blog and your email address will be added to the draw! Click subscribe below at the bottom of this web page or email hello@enigmapeople.com with the subject “subscribe”.

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Posted November 26, 2015 | Awards, Digital Media, Events | No Comments »

Enigma People to sponsor Digital Agency of the Year Award at ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards

Enigma People Solutions is very excited to announce our sponsorship of the Digital Agency of the Year Award at the upcoming ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards.

The event celebrates world class businesses based here in Scotland’s thriving technology sector. Run by ScotlandIS – the trade body for the tech sector – these awards are now in their sixth year and bring the industry together to celebrate its key projects, people and businesses.

We are honoured to collaborate with ScotlandIS to support the Digital Agency category. Our passion and expertise in digital allows us to partner closely with web, mobile and digital businesses across Scotland and the UK, helping to grow outstanding teams which are celebrated at such awards.

With one in 25 Scots now working in a technology job, the sector is one of the biggest employers and fastest growing sectors in Scotland. With sales growth reported by 70 per cent of businesses and further planned growth for 2016, there are plenty of reasons for the tech sector to celebrate. We encourage all businesses to enjoy their successes and journeys, gain recognition for their efforts and enter the awards now!

About the Awards

The awards ceremony will be held Wednesday 20th April 2016 at The Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow.  Celebrating the technology sector in all its glory the award categories cover everything from B2B, B2C, international success, public and private sector, and will also honour the industry’s stand out individuals.

For a full list of categories click here.

Application closing date is Wednesday 24th February 2016

The Digital Technology Awards showcase excellence within the industry rewarding the innovation, expertise and ambition of businesses, large and small. They are one of the industry’s must-have awards and provide a great arena for networking and attracting key players from across the industry.

Watch the 2015 Highlights here: https://youtu.be/RmQrcKaAzv8

Director David Mains presents Nigel Eccles of FanDuel the award for Outstanding Performance in Business Growth at the ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards

Director David Mains presents Nigel Eccles of FanDuel the award for Outstanding Performance in Business Growth at the ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards

 

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Posted November 18, 2015 | Case Studies, Digital Media | No Comments »

“How I Found My Perfect Job” – Yard Digital’s latest hire

At Enigma People Solutions we pride ourselves on our selection skills. That means matching skills to job roles and personalities to company culture, always doing what’s best for both the clients and the candidates we work with. We have even joked our match making skills are up there with a certain Cupid.

So when we heard our candidate describe her new job as her perfect role, we were delighted to have been a part of the process.

Luckily, it seems that my leap of faith has landed me in my ideal environment – it’s more creative, more collaborative, faster-paced.”

Morven Mackinnon is the newest member of the team at Edinburgh’s Yard Digital. As their Client Relations Executive, Morven was recruited to help build relationships with new and existing clients. Yard was recruiting for a junior candidate skilled in business development/account management to assist their growing digital business. Their hiring manager is a long time friend of Enigma’s so we knew right away what type of candidate and personality would fit the team.

Candidate Manager Scot set out to find this perfect person. His search included speaking to and qualifying his extensive network of digital sales/ marketing and account management candidates. He first spoke to Morven after she had recently returned from New Zealand in search of a creative role which would utilised her best skill – working with people.

Scot knew right away that she was who the client would hire. Her passionate nature over their initial phone conversation convinced Scot she would do well in building and maintaining relationships with Yard’s clients. Her experience in creative marketing allowed her to fit Yard’s requirements and the nature of their business. Proving herself to be an ideal candidate, Morven went above and beyond at every stage of the recruitment processes, keeping in contact and showing her commitment, she gave Scot the utmost confidence to present her to his client.

Yard Digital, Morven and the team at Enigma were delighted at Morven’s success in securing the role. Although this is all in a days work at Enigma, it never fails to put a smile on our faces when we help those looking for a role they love, and help a business grow their teams. We are delighted to see that a few days at Yard were all it took for our candidate to become fully integrated in the team and really begin enjoying her new role. All the best Morven!

Once again, a big thank you to all at Enigma (and Scot in particular, who had to deal with all the phonecalls!) for helping me find my perfect job.”

Morven Mackinnon - Yard Digital

And now to grow some other teams….

We work exclusively with a number of growing and talented digital businesses in Scotland. To view our latest vacancies and apply online, visit our job search page now!

Additional Links:

My First Week As A Yardie – Client Relations Executive Morven

Digital Media Jobs in Scotland 

Candidate Testimonials – Hear how others found their ideal jobs.

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