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Solution Architect / Solution Designer

  • Location: Surrey
  • Salary: Up to £650.00 per day per day
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 27 days ago

  • Sector: Technology
  • Contact: Mark Stiles
  • Duration: 6 Months
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 07 July 2022
  • Job Ref: JN -062022-471181

Solution Architect / Solution Designer

6 month rolling contract

£650/day (umbrella)

Remote / UK

Skills, Capabilities and Attributes

Your background should include experience of working with high volume e-commerce and/or highly transactional financial services applications and sites. As part of a multi skilled delivery team you will be expected to contribute across all areas of delivery and have a desire to learn new skills to support this. This is an exciting and challenging role for someone to develop their skills interpreting both functional and non-functional requirements to design software solutions and support their delivery throughout the delivery lifecycle.

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following experience skills and behaviours

  • Excellent stakeholder management skills: able to "draw out" the requirements of others and identify areas that may have not been previously considered.
  • Capable of creating a highly compelling and accurate programme of requirements that consider all stakeholders.
  • Proven track record of producing accurate and pragmatic estimates for all stages of work.
  • Driven to update your skills, awareness and understanding of developments in the wider commercial world and capable of bringing relevant ideas "to the table".
  • Knowledge of and experience in using Object Orientated Analysis and Design and the Unified Modelling Language.
  • Experience of working within a software delivery lifecycle as part of multiple project teams.
  • Experience in the financial sector preferred but not essential.
  • Knowledge of/experience in working to different software delivery models.
  • Experience in SQL Server preferred and high level database design preferred but not essential.