Montash have been engaged by a leading Travel Client to source a Solution Architect to work on a large integration project to consoldiate their Nordics flight systems onto their UK and Ireland Platform
You will be working on the end to end design of their migration plans which will move the Nordics over to the UK provider of flights.
They are looking for a Solution Architect who has had end to end experience of owning an entire solution architecture process, making decisions and following through.
This Solution Architect will also have to be able to work autonomously, and be able to communicate with various stakeholders at different levels.
You will ideally be familiar with Tibco or Informatica, which they use for integration. You will also have a good understanding of migration, integration, data modelling and security.
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.
Additionally, you have experience of integration approaches and their application in a highly complex heterogeneous environment including SOA and API approaches; be comfortable with architectural implications of performance, scalability and extensibility on system design.