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Technical Architect - London - Up to £95,000

Job Title: Technical Architect - London - Up to £95,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £65000.00 - £95000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J9076_1502900528
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email:
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

Technical Architect - London - Up to £95,000

Our client a leading digital consultancy spanning 13 different countries, are actively seeking an experienced Technical Architect to join them on a permanent basis.

The Technical Architect is responsible for evolving a technical vision that meets a given customer's needs, within their schedule and budget constraints. This is a hands-on role, calling for technical leadership, pragmatism and a commitment to quality.

Candidates must be flexible to travel UK wide.


  • Leading teams of developers, testers & ops through the full lifecycle of development.
  • Acting as a trusted advisor to clients, providing pragmatic solutions to real world problems.
  • Designing, developing and delivering solution concepts with customer Solutions Architects.
  • Involvement in pre-sales activities - delivering presentations, demonstrating the potential of technology, and simplification of technical documents.
  • Managing client expectations throughout the project lifecycle from initiation through to delivery.
  • Writing code!

Required Skills:

  • Strong Communicator
  • Expert in design principles
  • Take responsibility for the overall solution quality, and provide oversight and guidance to engineers on your team.
  • Keep up to date with technology industry developments such as cloud computing, containerisation, DevOps, serverless architectures, and Internet of Things; with all new tools and technologies, you like to form your own view.
  • Experienced developer you must understand code and be able to pair program using BDD and TDD when called upon.

Technical Architect - London - Up to £95,000

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