I am looking for a Solution Architect for one of the biggest banks in The Netherlands. This is one of their most important products in several respects. Your knowledge and skills as a Solution Architect ensure continuous improvement of the mortgage system landscape. You will be working according to the DevOps and Agile/Scrum principles.
You will take responsibility for their applications and the technical architecture of their platform. Working within 6 teams, they are doing a complete renovation of their platform, moving to Java 11 and Angular 8. They are also in the middle of a migration from their monolithic platform to microservices.
To be successful in this role you will need to know:
- Modeling an IT landscape
- Cloud platforms and security principles;
- Databases Oracle / SQL / NoSQL;
- Microservices, SOAP and REST services;
- Setting up CI / CD pipelines;
- (technical) Application and Network architectures
The team is responsible for:
- Automating everything
- Sharing knowledge within the 6 teams
- Being able to collaborate & create support
- Forming a vision on Architecture and being able to convince/take people along
- Thinking up solutions together with the teams
- Having a hands-on mentality
- Retrieve feedback from the teams
- Mindset to experiment
- Focused on sustainability and agility architecture
- Make/grow teams and people better
- Contacts outside the environment to relieve the teams
- Architect must be a good developer, and listen well and cooperate with the teams.
- Must be able to think and cooperate strategically-tactically and operationally.
- Technical leader -> discipline questions with the teams.
It would be great if you also have a developer background at a financial institution and you yourself have worked with the tools that our developers also work with:
GIT, JIRA, Nexus, Maven, Azure DevOps, Jenkins (pipeline as code), Sonar, Sonatype CLM, Kibana / Elastic, Splunk, Groovy, NodeJS, Kafka.
- a gross monthly salary between 4,000 and 7,000 euros;
- a full thirteenth month and 8% holiday pay;
- an Employee Benefit Budget (10% of your gross monthly salary each month). How you use this budget is up to you. Consider, for example, buying extra vacation days, an extra deposit in your pension or even having this budget paid out monthly;
- a personal budget that you can spend on activities focused on your development and career;
- 100% reimbursement of commuting if you travel by public transport! Still with a car or motorcycle? Then opt for a commuting allowance;
- a pension plan to which you yourself contribute only 5%;
- flexibility in working hours.