Are you a seasoned .NET Architect willing to grow as a professional and work on large-scale projects, using technology stack that is both diverse and cutting-edge? Are you passionate about innovative and top-notch software solutions and want to be part of like-minded professionals? Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced, yet collaborative environment?
If your answer is “Yes”, we would love to talk to you.
Who are we looking for?
Our technical team is expanding, and we have a thrilling job opportunity for .NET Architect who is seeking a challenging work in international projects for worldwide clients and wants to contribute for our development and growth.
What your responsibilities are going to be?
- Lead software architecture initiatives throughout the product life cycle across the organization
- Define software application architecture solution proposals and alternatives with the team, including scheduling, resource & costing
- Lead and participate in software architecture
- Own the Domain Roadmap and works closely with business, architects and engineering heads to set priority, deliver on-time and within budget
- Guide engineering teams to develop innovative solutions that meet market needs with respect to functionality, performance, scalability, reliability, implementation schedules, and adherence to development goals and principles
- Drive and understand use cases for current and future architectural requirements across multiple domains
- Be part of the Architectural Committee consisting of the team of architects to achieve enterprise-wide architectural alignment, work towards devising architectural solutions
What would be considered as an advantage?
- .NET Core
- Proven record of building Microservices
- Docker and Kubernetes
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
- Experience in doing code reviews and writing technical documentation
- Good communicator
- A mindset of delivering secure, well-tested and well-documented software
- Experience integrating to third parties
- Event-driven architecture