Enterprise Integration Architect at Mosaic Island Ltd, Slough, £Contract Rate

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  • Slough SL1, UK
  • Jan 16, 2020
Duration not stated

Contract Description

Enterprise Integration Architect

Telco – Integration and Identity


Mosaic Island are experts in Design and Assurance of complex IT change - from strategy through to delivery - enabling our clients to accelerate and exceed their business ambitions with confidence. 

We have a requirement for an Enterprise Integration Architect to join the team, working on an exciting project with our client. Specialising in Integration and Identity, this role will focus on the long-term development of the Integration and Identity Platforms, promoting and governing its use, as well as leading initiatives aimed at leveraging these technologies to open up new business opportunities.

Essential Skills Required for the Architect:

•In depth experience of SOA & event-driven architectures, ideally including Oracle SOA Suite, IBM DataPower / APIC, Axway ST product set

•Exposure to a broad set of other vendors' integration products (ideally Google Cloud Gateway and Cloud infrastructure, AWS products, MuleSoft, Tibco etc).

•Experience with Identity and Access Management architectures and solutions covering workforce and customers

•Experience of authentication and authorisation frameworks such as OAuth 2.0 and Open ID Connect

•Experience applying proven delivery methodologies (TOGAF Certified).

•Stakeholder communications & engagement with senior leadership including influencing the wider business and operations leadership

•Experience of working in large enterprises, ideally telco

•Typically, Degree qualified, or extensive proven industry track record.

We are paying competitive rates for this role with the opportunity to work on an exciting cutting-edge consultancy engagement on an initial 3 months basis. The role will be based at our client’s offices in Slough.

Mosaic Island is an equal opportunity employer and is determined to ensure that no applicant or Employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements, which cannot be shown to be justifiable.