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Technical Architect - Client Engagement - Online Trading

Technical Architect – Java, Spring, Microservice, Cloud, AWS, Restful Web Services, Web Stack

Financial Online Trading. London.

Highly Competitive + Benefits + Bonus

An online Financial Trading firm is looking to hire a Technical Architect to work with development teams to create and improve the architecture for their client journey team.

As the Technical Architect (Java, Rest, Spring, Cloud) you will be responsible for building the architecture that looks after the client journey. This includes how clients open accounts, the activation journey and the general user engagement throughout that journey. The system is built in Java with a standard micro-service architecture, restful web services and spring. You will split your time between 30% hands-on development and 70% architecting the system, including deciding on technologies, setting the road map and helping to convert the systems into the cloud (AWS). This role would suit a Senior Developer or Junior Architect looking to make a transition into a full architecture role.

This firm are one of the leading online Trading firms and have a suite of technology offerings that rival anything in the market. Technology is the driving force for them and they need someone who wants to embrace new technologies (including Big Data and the Cloud) whilst also building stable and reliable systems.

The Technical Architect (Java, Rest, Spring, Cloud) will need:

  • Development background using technologies such as Java, Spring, Restful Web Services and/or Micro-Services – Essential
  • Experience working on the customer journey, including the account opening and activation journey – Highly Beneficial
  • Some architecture experience – Highly Beneficial
  • Experience with Cloud (AWS) or Big Data Systems – Beneficial

Please get in touch with Tom Kemp at Harrington Starr for more information

Technical Architect – Java, Spring, Microservice, Cloud, AWS, Restful Web Services, Web Stack