5 of the best UK tech job opportunities this week

Microsoft and Airbnb are looking for tech specialists as Jobbio rounds up this week’s picks from the UK tech job market

Recent research from Deloitte paints a picture of a UK start-up scene that is growing and decentralising, especially within the fintech sector.

The Deloitte National Connectivity Chapter found that a third of all fintech start-ups are located outside the capital, as VCs focus their attention on cities that have high levels of talent and low costs of living.

The study also shows that the UK continues to create global category-defining fintechs, particularly in wealth tech and payments.

With experts predicting that the fintech industry will create up to 50,000 jobs in the next three years, those looking to get ahead of the competition are stepping into specialised areas of growth now.

These areas are similar on both sides of the pond, with the US predicting growth in demand for roles that include AI, security, UX design and data scientists. The Growth Business job board is full of opportunities across these areas, ensuring continued career success for those who continue to upskill.

Five of the most exciting UK tech jobs available this week are highlighted below, but be sure to browse the job board to find your own next steps.

#1 – Information Security Officer, AXA, Redhill

Working in the information security team, the information security officer will report directly to the senior information security manager. They will also liaise with the UK COO and AXA health and insurance project teams to manage the security portions of strategic projects and achieve goals on time and on budget.

You’ll deliver UK security projects, enhancing controls and closing new risks on time and on budget. To be considered, you’ll need experience working in an information security role implementing security controls across a range to technologies, strong customer focus and an understanding of cloud and modern IT technologies. Get all the details.

#2 – Systems Engineer, Adwanted UK, London

As a key member of the company’s TechOps team, the systems engineer will play a vital role in supporting and maintaining its web based B2B solutions and internal technical services. This role is a mix of server and network administration, with a dash of staff desktop support and an opportunity to grow your career in tech.

You will work on everything from supporting live client-facing applications to collaborating with the company’s development and operations teams on product development projects. The right candidate will thrive in troubleshooting situations and have seven-plus years’ experience supporting live B2B IT systems in an SME environment. View the full job description.

#3 – Data Center Technician Manager, Microsoft, London

As a Microsoft data center technician manager, you will lead a team of technicians, providing expert guidance on performing hardware deployments, diagnostics on equipment, and hardware decommissions. You will support technician performance, prioritising technician tasks while monitoring KPIs and service level agreements.

This opportunity will allow the right candidate to model leadership principles, provide training to technicians and accelerate career growth in the process. Find more information here.

#4 – Information Security Manager, Oracle, London

Oracle is seeking an information security manager with a critical eye for detail and who enjoys collaborating within a global organisation with a diverse set of technical disciplined teams, such as site reliability engineering, development, security analysis and security research.

You’re someone who enjoys learning diverse technologies and keeping up to date with evolving best practices. You’ll lead incident response, vulnerability management/remediation, and develop and implement new processes, best practices and runbooks. To be considered, you will need a BS degree in computer science, cybersecurity, related technical education or equivalent practical experience. See all the application criteria.

#5 – Northern Europe CRM & Engagement Manager, Airbnb, London

As a Northern Europe CRM and engagement manager, you will be responsible for the supply health and growth in Northern Europe by managing and acquiring high quality inventory at scale. Focusing on these responsibilities, you will build Airbnb’s strong market presence in your assigned region by collaborating with other teams with the ability to analyse data and utilise data-driven recommendations to identify and action strategic opportunities in your region to drive an increase in sales.

The right candidate will have at least six years of CRM experience in a consumer-facing, fast-paced ecommerce company. Apply for this job now.

Browse the Growth Business job board to find your next role.

Aisling O’Toole is a journalist who over the past 15 years has edited some of Ireland’s leading publications, contributed regularly to TV and radio and occasionally the odd podcast.

More on UK tech jobs

The UK tech jobs that pay six figuresIn the past year, the average salary for UK tech workers of all levels was £81,893

Aisling O'Toole

Aisling O'Toole

Aisling O'Toole is a journalist who over the past 15 years has edited some of Ireland's leading publications, contributed regularly to TV and radio and occasionally the odd podcast

Related Topics

Tech Jobs & Careers