£550.00 - £590.00 per day
7 months ago
Technical Architect - DV Cleared
London based role, however due to COVID, it'll be remote
£550.00-£590.00 per day
JAVA / JSON / RAML / API / DV Clearance
Hands on application architect with experience of designing bespoke data services using REST, spring boot and AWS technologies.
The role sits within the architecture function within the programme, where we require an application architect with cloud and security controls experience to continue Audit and Data Access Controls design architecture.
The architect is expected to be a self-starter who can lead a team of technical staff to produce and deliver on detailed application designs. The individual will work with a range of internal and external technical stakeholders. The architect will report into the lead architect and work alongside a small team of technical architects.
The requirement is due to a required acceleration of delivery. This is due to the tasks including development of the audit components being on the critical path of the programme/portfolio delivery.
There are multiple external interfacing programmes with the platform, some of which have requirements that need to be accommodated in the platform design. Aspects of this will form part of the role.
The following detailed requirements apply to the role:
Essential skills and experience
Applications architecture background (java, json, xml)
Building HL/LL designs
Stakeholder Engagement for platform and portfolio interfaces
Expertise/experience working on security controls/mechanisms, transport protocols, IAM, Access Control (RBAC&ABAC)
Java Frameworks such as Hibernate, Camel; Message queueing (Eg. ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ, MQSeries, MSMQ)
Databases (eg. PostgresSQL, MS SQL, Sybase T-SQL, Oracle PL/SQL)
ESB products (eg. Weblogic, Red Hat Fuse, JBoss)
API gateways (Mulesoft, Axway)
Nice-to-have skills & experience
Cloud technologies e.g. AWS/Azure
Agile and Waterfall methodologies
Toolsets e.g. confluence and JIRA
Agile approaches (Scrum, Kanban and derivatives), Continuous Delivery techniques (fully automated build/testing/deployment) and DevOps, UX-driven approaches.