Solutions Architect, Trilogy (Remote) - $100,000/year USD (BB-65A63)
Found in: Jooble Premium UK
Description:Are you the best architect on your team and ready to take your skills to the next level? Are you excited about using cutting-edge cloud-native technologies to rebuild dozens of software applications? If so, you will love this unique opportunity to fast-track your software architecture career. Most architects work on one or two products a year; in this role, you will work on a different product every week and make technical decisions for over 100 software products. You will learn about, follow, and expand on dozens of architectural design patterns; refining and applying your skills on a daily basis. This is a purely technical role and is a great fit for people who are passionate about architectural designs, put a lot of thought into their technical decisions, and are looking for an avenue to use them/write them down to shape the product architecture and see them come to fruition. You will spend your time making decisions that answer questions such as:
- What is important to define when using a particular cloud service/technology?
- What is the simplest way to integrate a set of technologies?
- What are the key technology limitations that would impact our design and how can we overcome them?
- How to ensure that important product functionality is preserved when rearchitecting products on the Cloud (AWS/GCP)?
- Talking to customers to develop a backlog of features they wish our products had
- Participating in daily scrum meetings or providing day-to-day direction to an engineering team
- Making low-level decisions about what coding language to use or choosing frameworks and libraries
- Performing code reviews, debugging, or investigating bugs and outages
- Permanently assigned to a single product.
- Defining Release Technical Requirements by synthesizing architectural design documents into a list of clearly mapped design decisions/requirements
- Making Important Technical Decisions about how to use/integrate the technology choices defined in a higher-level design document.
- Producing well-written specifications that document your design decisions and outline technical requirements for a release.
- Reviewing and Signing off on Engineering deliverables to make sure that your design is well implemented.
- A university degree including the study of data structures, algorithms, and computing fundamentals.
- At least 3 years of experience writing Object-oriented production code for a commercial software company.
- At least 2 years leading a development team, i.e. responsible for reviewing code written by other, setting dev standards
- At least 1 year of experience making important architecture and design decisions; such as data domain modeling, application of design patterns, and design using third-party components.
- Some experience designing for cloud computing paradigms (such as Amazon Web Services, Azure, or Google Cloud Platform).
- The ability to simplify complex ideas and communicate them with clear, logical thinking.
- Experience rebuilding/redesigning existing products on top of entirely new cloud services (for example all the AWS services beyond EC2 and S3).
- Experience writing technical architecture documents
- AWS/Azure/GCP Certifications
- You will receive an email with a link to start your self-paced, online job application.
- Our hiring platform will guide you through a series of online “screening” assessments to check for basic job fit, job-related skills, and finally a few real-world job-specific assignments.
- You will be paired up with one of our recruiting specialists who can answer questions you might have about the process, role, or company, and help you get to the final interview step.
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