Technical Application Architect (SC Cleared)

  • Location

    London, England

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  • Salary:

    £750 - £950 per day

  • Contact:

    Harriet Hughes

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  • Published:

    7 months ago

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Technical Application Architect (SC Cleared), Audit Architect, Application Architect, Technical Architect, HLD, LLD, Cloud, Security, Audit, Alerting, Data Access Controls, Java, JSON, XML, API, Broker, Bus, Security Controls, Transport Protocols, IAM, Access Control, RBAC, ABAC, Hibernate, Camel, ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ, MQSeries, MSMQ, Database, Postgres, MS SQL, Sybase T-SQL, Oracle, PL/SQL, ESB, Weblogic, Red Hat, JBoss, Mulesoft, Axway, AWS, Amazon Web Services, Azure, Agile, Waterfall, Confluence, JIRA, SC Cleared, SC Clearance, Security Cleared, Security Clearance.

Our Central Government Client requires a Technical Application Architect responsible for delivering high-level/low-level application audit designs and providing SME input to development teams. We require an application architect with cloud and security experience to continue Audit, Alerting and Data Access Controls design architecture for the functional service.

The specialist is expected to be a self-starter who can lead a team of technical staff to produce and deliver on detailed application designs. The individual will work with a range of internal and external technical stakeholders.

Key Skills/Experience

  • Applications architecture background (java, json, xml)
  • API/Broker/Bus architecture
  • Building HL/LL designs
  • Stakeholder Engagement for platform and portfolio interfaces
  • Expertise/experience working on security controls/mechanisms, transport protocols, IAM, Access Control (RBAC&ABAC)
  • Java Frameworks such as Hibernate, Camel; Message queueing (Eg. ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ, MQSeries, MSMQ)
  • Databases (eg. PostgresSQL, MS SQL, Sybase T-SQL, Oracle PL/SQL)
  • ESB products (eg. Weblogic, Red Hat Fuse, JBoss)
  • API gateways (Mulesoft, Axway)
  • Cloud technologies e.g. AWS/Azure
  • Agile and Waterfall methodologies
  • Toolsets e.g. confluence and JIRA