Senior Solution Architect- Sharepoint, Neuron/MuleSoft
Seeking Senior Solution Architect with MS Platform background (CRM, Sharepoint, MS SQL Search) as well as Neuron/MuleSoft and with excellent stakeholder management skills.
Client: Federal Government
Role: Senior Solution Architect
Location: Sydney CBD
Duration: 6 months rolling contract
Start Date: Early/Mid-September 2017
Please note this role requires internal security clearance so is open to Australian Citizens at this stage
- Minimum of five years in a Senior Solutions Architecture / Senior Solution Design with experience in MS Platform background (CRM, Sharepoint, MS SQL Search) as well as Neuron/MuleSoft.
- Experience in Agile / Scrum methods and approaches
- Extensive experience in producing solution designs and associated functional specifications.
- Extensive experience in implementing operational solutions based on the Enterprise target reference architecture and IT's Technology Principles
- Development of proposals and business cases.
- Responsibility for Design and Architecture and adherence to the wide Vision and Enterprise Architecture standards and blueprints
- Leading teams (Designers, other architects, and developers) towards achieving whole of outcomes
- Producing solution designs and associated functional specifications.
- Implementing operational solutions based on the EA target reference architecture and IT's Technology Principles.
- Scoping and designing the overarching solution design in conjunction with Subject Matter Experts, Project Managers and Enterprise Architects.
- Liaising with customer facing groups as needed to understand client and customer needs in a rapidly evolving environment.
- Making application design decisions that ensure effective, secure, scalable, convergent, flexible and manageable solutions of high standards.
- Ensuring that chosen architectural solutions are scalable in order to satisfy a future demand for the enhanced / new service(s).
- Dealing with deployment issues in a multi-tier architecture, for example, state management and transaction management.
- Documenting deployment infrastructure.
- Assisting in the development and implementation of migration plans
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Nivy Sahoo
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