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Solution Architect
Title: Solution Architect
Category: IT/Software Development
Job type: Contract
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £382.00 - £392.00
Salary per: day
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Solution Architect - Documentation - Banking - Finance

J&C Associates are currently looking for an Solution Architect to work for a very prestigious IT Consultancy for a role in Northampton.

The successful Solution Architect will need to have the following experience/knowledge for this role:

* Design and document architecture vision, solution design, get it approved from Design Authority to implementing changes.

* Working with the clients internal teams and third party vendors to create new functions and services on various levels.

* Must be very good in documenting current state assessment.

* Flexible to work with top down and bottom up approaches i.e. Flexible to document existing solutions to baseline the design document and then documenting new solutions.

* Provide support during build and delivery phases. Also make sure that implementation completely follows the design.


* System analysis, design and stakeholder management.

* To understand the credit card industry and regulations in different countries.

* Capable of designing Application Architecture

Rates for this Solution Architect go up to £392 per day. This is an excellent opportunity for someone to achieve a contract with a prestigious organisation with a high possibility of several extension.

Solution Architect - Documentation - Banking - Finance
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