Leeds (remote initially , potential travel to Bristol site on occasion)
Up to £600 per day
Our client is a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology and engineering services. The Group is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients' opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms.
The Technical / Software Architect is the point of contact for technical & software architecture and design queries/decisions.
- Define and build software solution(s) considering maturity, integrity, stability, scale, maintainability and user profile.
- Articulate the different architectural views to depict aspects of the solution and common mechanisms for interactions between software components.
- Know the longer-term technical strategy and how the solution will consider this, whilst ensuring the software solution is compatible with the overall architecture.
- Appreciate non-technology aspects of the software solution (eg business strategy).
- Support the solution throughout its construction, providing support to the development community.
- Relay key messages to other architects, managers and developers consistently.
- Convince the team to adhere to and effectively leverage the software architecture and maintain modifications in architecturally relevant documents.
- Assist in building an effective team of developers
- Java or Scala development background
- UML experience (Unified Modelling Language)
- RESTful API Design and modelling
- Experience with Agile methodologies & skills.
- Must be experienced in Digital technologies, platforms and be able to drive our Digital agenda to meet the aspirations of a challenging client and environment.
- Service oriented architecture knowledge/background (SOA)
- Software design patterns/architecture
- Microservice experience
- Curiosity, continuous learning and willingness to get hands-on when needed
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- Problem solving and creativity skills
Suitable candidates should submit their CV in the first instance.