API Architect

Kcom Group Plc
£75000 - £80000 per annum
12 Apr 2017
12 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Due to expansion and continued growth we are looking for a talented and capable API Architect, ideally with a Consultancy background, to play a key role in a range of high profile integration projects within our blue chip client base. This role can be located in either our London or Ipswich offices.

Your key focus will be architecting integration solutions for enterprise customers on large scale, distributed systems' projects. This is achieved through gathering requirements from both the business and technical teams to determine the integration solutions, and then the definition & design of such solutions. With first class customer facing skills and a genuine passion for quality / professional delivery, you will be looking for a new challenge with a company that genuinely recognises and rewards its top performers.

The role will involve architecting integration solutions for enterprise customers and working with the customer through the whole lifecycle. You will be involved in requirements capture and analysis from the business and cross functional teams to determine the proper application integration solution. From this you will translate business and user requirements into accurate system requirements/design specifications and documents. The role will encompass definition, design, through to development, testing and documentation.

To be successful you will have experience of working on key IT programmes with large blue chip clients. You will have a solid background in XML technologies, API design, XSLT, regex, SOAP, cyphers, IP networking, unix experience (with some of the skills of a unix system administrator - e.g. knowledge of routing tables, iptables, cron jobs, etc)

This role attracts standard KCOM terms and conditions. KCOM is an equal opportunity employer. The Company wholeheartedly supports the principle of equality in employment and opposes all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination on any grounds.