Senior Information Architect
Location: Nottingham city center (within walking distance of train station)
Salary: Excellent + 10% bonus
There’s certainly no shortage of architect roles these days. With the technology seeing a massive surge of interest over the last few years, everyone is crying out for the heroes who can implement solutions that us mere mortals could never hope to understand.
So, if we’re being realistic, what sets those roles apart? Is it the money? The challenge? Company brand? What about the opportunity to work for an organisation whose main mission is to help save millions of lives, all across the world?
Well this role is offering all of the above!
With a brand that extends across the globe, this company work closely with the healthcare industry to provide mission critical software / cloud solutions for worldwide clinical trials providers. However, there’s one slight problem…
They don’t have you.
But why would you join them?
Well, apart from amazing benefits, a competitive salary, and
You’ll be the Subject Matter Expert in information architecture within a larger team of 8 others, this will be a mix of expert solution, integration and enterprise architects. Your colleagues will be looking to you to advise them on best practices within your domain, helping to co-ordinate system designers and other implementation staff on creating amazing solutions.
Within your team, you’ll own the data models utilised across all of their solutions, defining best practices across information management and architecture.
Ideally, you’ll be confident with UML Design methodology, whilst having a working knowledge of HL7 / Bridg and FHIR frameworks would also be beneficial, but we’re not looking to put up barriers to entry.
Using your personality and flair, you’ll be able to woo internal stakeholders, alongside occasional external customers.
They’re looking for someone with a couple years under their belt in a technical architect role, with strong experience across the software development lifecycle.
They're a big organisation, so this may not be the best place for people who want to shy away or hide in the corner. You don’t have to be the life of the party, but if you’re comfortable in your own skin and don’t mind mucking in and explaining things to stakeholders from time to time, you’ll be just fine.
There’s no ridiculously long list of requirements in order to ensure you’re successful, and I’m happy to have a chat about the finer details (I’ve rambled on already…)
If you’d like to know more, pop your CV over and let’s have a chat.
I'll tell you everything you want to know.
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