|Job Title:||Solutions Architect (FTC)|
|Type:||Fixed term 12 months|
|Salary:||£70,000 depending on experience|
|Job Description PDF :||View Description|
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the CAA Architecture Team in helping to deliver the UK Civil Aviation Drone Registration and Education service.
We are seeking an experienced Solution Architect with extensive experience of Azure cloud hosted delivery to primarily help in delivering this public facing digital service.
On the primary project you will be working with an external supplier and as part of a combined agile delivery team, to support the delivery of the service to GDS standards.
You will gain exposure to the GDS process, multi-supplier cross team working, implementation of a National and International compliant regulatory system and Azure cloud service deployment utilising a CI/CD pipeline.
Dependent on resource requirement on the primary project (which will change over the course of the delivery) you will work on secondary projects within the CAA.
• Assure the 3rd party suppliers delivery meets CAA standards and adheres to CAA principles. Assurance of design documentation and presentation of issues to the Technical Design Authority will be required.
• Assurance of the Azure environment making sure the components are secure and built to Microsoft best practices.
• Support the Platform Engineers in building Azure components across the relevant environments.
• Produce designs and design documentation to CAA standards as needed on the primary or secondary projects.
An understanding and some capability in all of the Enterprise Architecture disciplines – data, application, technology and business, with strong expertise in at least two.
Both broad and deep awareness of good practices in architecture for both waterfall and agile development ensuring resilient designs in the face of rapidly changing requirements.
Experience of working to the Government Digital Services framework will be advantageous.
A demonstrable understanding of technologies and methodologies used by the CAA is required for this role. In particular, Microsoft Azure Cloud Hosting, Design incorporating Azure components and services, Web technologies and SQL Server;
An understanding of the security requirements to manage information to "official-sensitive" level.
Working with us
The CAA is committed to smarter working arrangements and will consider all applications. We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition. The CAA embraces diversity and promotes equality of opportunity.
We offer a range of fantastic benefits such as flexible working arrangements, 28 days annual leave, a competitive pension scheme and much more.
Interviews: 7 January 2018
|Closing Date:||31st December 2018|
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