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Solution Architect - Retail Financial Services

Job Title: Solution Architect - Retail Financial Services
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Wiltshire, Wiltshire
Industry:
Salary: £500 - £600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J827SOLUTIONARCH_1409305194
Contact Name: Oliver Marsh
Contact Email: oliverm@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Solution Architect - Retail Financial Services

Montash are currently working with a leading organisation who are looking to secure a Solution Architect to produce an outline Architecture to provide optimal customer, IT and business outcomes whilst maintaining a commercial focus. The Architect should be collaborating with other Architects and shaping the approach to solution architecture, design and analysis activity. They will be responsible for solution design line management as and when is required. The candidate must have strong experience in retail financial services as well as excellent communication and analytical skills. In addition, the Architect will have experience architecting and delivering large-scal technical solutions across multiple platforms or projects/programmes up to 50 million in value.

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