Technical Architect - Public Sector - Lengthy

London - London


Technical Architect - Public Sector - Lengthy

Long term contract

Outside IR35

Remote Working whilst restrictions exist

Our public sector client is looking for a supplier who can provide architecture capabilities, supporting the move towards a more delivery focused and user centered department. Delivering the design and build of digital services that make a genuine difference to peoples lives as part of their digital transformation.

Essential Skills and Experiences

  • Evidence of understanding and awareness of the Government Service Standards and requirements needed to pass GDS Service Assessments
  • Experience of designing technical services and planning system integration, selecting necessary platforms and technologies to meet project requirements and user needs
  • Evidence of building and maintaining technical roadmaps, looking ahead for future opportunities or blockers, and ensuring decisions by development teams align with policy and strategy
  • Experience working with cloud infrastructure & container environments and introducing modern practices such as TDD, continuous integration and continuous delivery
  • Evidence of technical leadership and mentorship to both internal and external development teams, ensuring infrastructure and technical components are fit for purpose
  • Demonstrable evidence of practical working knowledge of modern cloud-first architectures, and how to build applications to take advantage of the opportunities they offer.

Nice to have but not essential

  • Experience of providing insight, structure, guidance and support to digital delivery programmes.
  • Evidence of advocating for the importance of agile, iterative and user-focused delivery, as set out in the Government Service Manual.
  • Experience of cloud technologies, enterprise integration tools and extract, transformation, and load (ETL) tools.

Apply here now or give me a call


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Updated: Wed Oct 07 2020 16:24:31 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)