Senior Application Architect (m / f)
For our customer based in Luxembourg, an European Institution, we are looking for a Senior Application Architect .
In the framework of the headquarters safeguards IT systems, the work to be undertaken consists of :
Architecture and design of information systems
Review of the architecture of existing systems
Design and development of architecture components and building blocks
Analysis of the integration of different information systems
Data analysis and data modelling
Coordination of the implementation of the technical architecture
Technical interface between the project leaders and the developers
Production of software architecture documents
Participation in technical working groups, progress meetings and meetings with the users
Assistance during relevant parts of testing, analysis, technical documentation, deployment, evaluation and reporting
Assistance in Vision documents
Writing and / or updating the project documents;
Participation in user and steering groups meetings; drafting of minutes.
The suitable candidate should have the following profile :
At least 12 years of experience in the IT industry :
Minimum 3 years in development methodologies (e.g. RUP) or UML or modelling tools or specific development tools.
Minimum 3 years in Java and Oracle expertise (Oracle SQL and Hibernate)
Good knowledge of applications design
Good knowledge of modelling tools
Good knowledge of business process analysis
Good redaction skills
The consultants have to be fluent in English and French
In order not to be just another outsourcing provider, we guarantee a personal follow up during your employment at the Institutions.
Every consultant has a dedicated Trasys career coach in order to facilitate the communication and career follow-up. We regularly organize social events like lunches and after work drinks, to create an occasion for you to meet with other Trasys colleagues and management in a relaxed setting.
Moreover, we are able to offer a secure employment thanks to our stable contracts with the Institutions since the last 20 years.