data and analytics

if it’s data jobs in the UK you’re after, analyse this.

We've been specialising in business intelligence since its inception, so we’ve literally grown up with it. We know BI and analytics better than anyone else.

Whether you’re a BI developer, database manager, data architect, business systems analyst or oracle developer, from just-about-junior to running-the-show, we’ve got something for you.

Our hotbeds in London, Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham give us access to the best data jobs with retailers, marketing agencies, betting and gaming companies, consultancies and insurance providers.

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We focus on SQL server (SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, etc.), Oracle (OBIEE, APEX, etc.) and Opensource databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Hadoop, NoSQL, MongoDB).

Take a look at some of our data and analytics jobs below and give us a shout if anything catches your eye.

  1. SQL DBA

    onezeero. are looking for a SQL Database Administrator to join a market leading organisation in Nottingham.You would be joining a talented team of SQL Developers...

    • Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
    • £45,000 - £50,000 per Year
  2. Qlikview Developer

    My leading client is looking for an experienced Qlikview Developer who is both technically sound and has the ability to analyse and develop long term...

    • Birmingham, West Midlands, England
    • £40,000 - £45,000 per Year
  3. Business Intelligence Developer

    My client is recruiting for a Business Intelligence Deveoper to join a proactive team utilising the latest Bi technologies. This is an exciting time to...

    • Gloucestershire, England
    • £28,000 - £32,000 per Year
Dom is a consultant for Data jobs in the UK

Dom Adamczyk

Team Leader

Dom's bio

I am the Data & Analytics Team Manager, leading a team of 7 consultants specialising within Oracle, Data Science, Data Management, Big Data, Visualisation and Senior Hires

Having worked within the SQL Server market for over 10 years now and having either organised, volunteered at or attended most of the SQL Server conferences, events and user groups in the UK I have built up an unrivalled network of passive candidates.

On top of this I am the founder of the famous “Something SQL Server” newsletter and a SQL community speaker.

Simon Pinner is a C# and Unity Specialist

Simon Pinner

Database & Business Intelligence Specialist

Simon's bio

In November 2016 I joined onezeero. to cover London’s business change and transformation within the data and analytics market, predominantly sourcing business analysts and project managers within business intelligence teams.

Prior to onezeero. I amassed over 5 years’ recruitment experience, 4 of which was spent with Impellam Group placing senior finance professionals within consumer markets. 

I currently connect with, meet and headhunt candidates on a day-to-day basis. This has enabled me to build a solid network that has surpassed that of my competitors.

Daniel Day is a Database & Business Intelligence Specialist

Daniel Day

Database & Business Intelligence Specialist

Daniel's bio

I am onezeero.’s Oracle recruitment specialist, sourcing senor hires, DBAs (RAC, Exadata, Goldengate), database developers (PL/SQL) and BI developers (OBIEE, ODI).

By focussing on forging connections and headhunting within the industry, I have become closely linked to the majority of Oracle professionals in the London area. As a result I am considered the leading Oracle recruiter in the UK.

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Max Mosley

Data Visualisation Consultant

Max's bio

As onezeero.’s data visualisation recruitment consultant, I specialise in sourcing candidates within Tableau, Qlikview/Qliksense, Business Objects and Micrsotrategy. I am considered the best data visualisation recruitment consultant in London as I continually out-perform other recruiters within my specialism.

I value long-term business relationships and by maintaining a strong focus on my engagement with passive candidates, I have established a varied and loyal network of highly skilled professionals.

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