Location: United Kingdom (London, City of) Type: Permanent
Solution Architect (Generalist)
Before you read through this job description, ask yourself a couple of questions. Do you have the drive and passion to improve the quality of people’s lives, lives of people you may know? Do you want to be involved in major life changing projects? And most importantly do you have a strong passion for technology? If the answer is yes, then please read below to gain a better understanding of how joining one of the longest standing independent companies in the UK could turn out to be the job opportunity that you have been looking for.
About the Company
My client is one of the most renowned companies in the UK with over 150,000 employees and is currently developing innovative new products and services that will help them secure their future. At the moment they are undertaking one of the biggest changes that they have been through and they are looking for a Generalist Solution Architect to join their well respected architecture team.
What you will be doing in this specific role
Key experience and skills that you need
Broad understanding of a variety of technologies with a deep understanding of one or more of:
Development methodologies and techniques:
Business functions and architecture patterns:
What my client offers
Besides a competitive basic salary you will also have the opportunity to work with the latest technologies and methodologies. More than this you will be part of change to a historic institution and get to make a real difference.
My client values their employees therefore they also include additional benefits such as:
For further information or to register your interest, please contact Octavian Panchici via email at: Octavian.Panchici@ansonmccade.com, or telephone at: +44 (0) 20 7780 6700, all applicants must able to work in the UK without sponsorship.
Role: Generalist Solution Architect
Salary: £85,000 + extensive benefits package
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: AMC*OPAGSA. To apply for this vacancy: email Octavian Panchici