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Techncial Architect - Developer

Job Title: Techncial Architect - Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £600 - £700 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: J8145_1496238262
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Technical Architect - Developer - 3/6 Month Contract, 24 Month Programme - London

Montash are engaged with an internationally recognised brand based in the City of London, who are looking for an experienced Technical Architect who comes from a Development background (.Net or Java).

The Role: Technical Architect - Developer

  • As an Architect, you will be responsible for ensuring that Solution Architecture are fit for purpose and will be working with key stakeholders
  • As a Technical Architect, you will be hands on defining leading the design and governing the solution
  • Day to day work with internal and external consultancies ensuring the solution meets technical vision
  • Building a development capability using state-of-the-art Agile / DevOps approaches

Experience required for this Technical Architect - Developer:

  • Development background with .Net or Java
  • End to end Solution Design
  • Data architecture : Integration : App development

We are looking for a Senior Technical Architect who isn't afraid to get their hands dirty when it comes to being hands-on. A broad understanding of technologies is essential, along with experience working with various development methodologies and business functions.

The client is looking for a Technical Architect to be based in City of London and you will be required onsite for 5 days per week with some minimal travel such as once a month. Please ensure this will work for you before submission.

Keywords: Technical Architect / Solution Architect / Software Developer / Integration / Data / Application Development / .Net / Java / Contract / London

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