Digital Technical Architect at NHS Digital, Remote, 6 Months, £Contract Rate

  • Contract Spy
  • Remote
  • Apr 29, 2021
6 Months or more

Contract Description

As a Digital Technical Architect your main responsibilities would be:

Forming and shaping this capability, working with TAs and team members from across NHS Digital to establish and run a more orchestrated, coordinated, standardised and optimal appraoch to cloud adpotion throughout the NHS. You will be helping the NHS deliver on the NHS long-term plan and improving the enviromental sustainabilty of IT within the NHS



You’ll have:

Demonstrable evidence regarding leadership in the development of system and solution architectures utilizing public cloud services and the management and optimization of cloud infrastructure.

Demonstrable evidence of strategy and principle setting for hosting (cloud, on-premise and hybrid) in a complex enterprise environment.

You will be required to make credible technical decisions and communicate with sensitivity and diplomacy to ensure the right technical direction is followed.

Experience delivering across a large and complex domain of work in terms of transaction and data volumes, technology complexity and number of active users.

Experience with management and administration of Public Cloud vendors, including definition of guardrails, monitoring, cost optimization, service optimization, sustainability, definition of patterns and security management.

Experience of architecting large-scale solutions on both public cloud offerings and private infrastructure arrangements.

Experience of delivering interoperability solutions, exploiting patterns and technologies e.g. API management solutions, would be desirable



Technical Skills required

AWS & Azure cloud

Policy’s and patterns



You will also have these Qualifications/Skills:

Knowledge of networks (HSCN) and collaboration within Healthcare systems and associated standards and best practice

Knowledge of and experience of using architecture frameworks such as TOGAF

Knowledge of core NHS and healthcare technologies