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Solution Architect

  • Location

    Luton, Bedfordshire

  • Sector:

    IT Architecture

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  • Salary:

    £550 - £600 per day + Negotiable

  • Contact:

    Amy Harris

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  • Published:

    over 2 years ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

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Montash have been engaged by a leading Travel Retailer to source a Solution Architect for a 6 month contract based in Luton.

You will be working across the commercial area on a number of Projects and initiatives which mainly focus round integrations and 3rd party inventory. The client are looking for a generic solution architect who has ideally has experience aorund Data and Integration or AWS. Previous experience in large, complex organisations is also necessary

You will have practical experience of:

  • Delivering large scale, multi-project technical solutions throughout the entire development lifecycle from inception to operation. You will have a come from an application development background in early career.
  • Delivering Solution Architecture with or on many of the following:
    • Various application architectures and patterns
    • Various integration techniques (i.e. file , messaging (JMS), web services - REST / SOAP)
    • Application Migration plan
    • Data modelling
    • COTS, SAAS, configurable or bespoke applications
    • Defined NFRs and SLAs
    • Security Architecture
  • An architectural notation framework for requirements definition and for systems design preferably TOGAF.
  • Working with UML and Visio to create architecture models and communicate architecture direction to both technical and business audiences.
  • Experience with delivering solutions for retail and/or aviation, would be advantageous.
  • Ability to translate and document complex architectural issues to non-technical staff within the business.
  • Working with highly technical staff, architecture team members and outsourced teams, working on multiple projects towards a common end goal throughout the development lifecycle.