|Recruiter:||United Kingdom Hydrographic Office|
|Listed on:||26th March|
|Salary/Rate:||£40,329 - £44,784|
|Salary Notes:||+ up to £10,000 RRA, flexible and generous benefits|
|Contact Name:||United Kingdom Hydrographic Office|
Being a Solutions Architect at the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) is a genuine and truly exciting opportunity to push and develop yourself within a world leading organisation, working across multiple digital transformation projects, within an innovative, flexible and agile environment.
The UKHO has been providing Admiralty maritime navigation solutions for over 200 years and are recognised as the global leader in marine geospatial information. Our products save lives, contribute to global trade efficiency and support environmental protection, resource exploration, scientific research and security and defence. To continue being world leaders we need to continuously evolve and as a Solutions Architect, you will play a key role within the organisation, defining and future shaping high-value business solutions.
Working with a unique and gifted team of engineers, data scientists and business professionals you will be the bridge between the technical and non-technical, identifying solutions that balance benefits, strategic alignment, costs and risks to business and technical environments. Within a business change programme, you will manage the target design, policies and standards, working proactively to maintain a stable, viable architecture and ensure consistency of design across projects within the programme. You will also mentor and guide less experienced architects.
The successful candidate will offer:
And in return?
We will actively empower you to develop yourself and provide flexible working practices for a healthy work/life balance. You will also benefit from a brand new award winning office, with free use of our on site gym, free parking and subsidised canteen.
If you are open to being based in a beautiful location, would revel in our new cutting edge building and relish the opportunity to work alongside talented professionals working on global leading products, we want to hear from you asap.
In the first instance please click the apply button to send your CV.
We may hold telephone calls with you as part of the interview process.
Should you be offered an interview, please be aware there may be a selection exercise which could include a presentation, written test, technical evaluation exercise or a scenario-based activity. If you require any reasonable adjustments during these exercises, please include this info.
Regrettably, where we receive a high volume of applications, only those successful for interview will be contacted.
Closing date: 19 April 2019.
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