|Job Title:||Solutions Architect|
|Location:||Europe: London, UK|
|Salary:||£500 per day|
|Sector:||Engineering & Development|
A leading, London based, broadcaster currently has an exciting opportunity for a Solutions Architect, with experience of broadcast rights management, scheduling and planning systems, to join it on an initial 3-6 month contract.
Working on a major strategic transformation programme for a new scheduling / rights management system, you will play a key role as Solutions Architect in taking the existing infrastructure to the next level. You will work on end to end systems design, working with the delivery teams to develop solutions that are highly responsive, secure and resilient.
You will support individual product streams in the maintenance and construction of system roadmaps, ensuring solution designs align with the wider business strategy. In addition, you will also provide expertise on open source tools and systems, identifying key technologies and components that deliver value to the programme, acting as a subject matter expert for internal working groups and forums.
Applicants should have a proven background in solutions architecture, including previous exposure to broadcast rights management, scheduling and planning systems. Previous experience of defining and delivering architectural solutions is essential, as is a deep understanding of web-oriented distribution systems and ideally experience of international systems deployment.
Experience of working with multiple product streams through an entire Agile lifecycle is also vital, as is the ability to translate complex technical concepts into meaningful recommendations, effectively working with senior stakeholders.
This is a great opportunity to work on a cross territory major transformation programme, so if you feel you have the skills and experience to be successful and you are available within the next few weeks, then please apply now for immediate consideration.
Please note candidates must be fully eligible to work in the UK without the need for sponsorship.