Solution Architect - PAYE - London

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  • Contact Name

    Lianne Rouissi

  • Contact Telephone

    0208 255 2058

  • Salary

    £500 - £575 per day + PAYE

  • Start Date

    ASAP

Solution Architect – PAYE – London

Gibbs Hybrid is looking for an accomplished Solution Architect to join our Programme Solutions Team, supporting a financial client in London. You will have a proven track record of end to end solutions design, stakeholder engagement and agile methods.

Essential:

* Solution architecture / Solution Architect
* End to end solution design
* Financial services, helpful
* TOGAF a benefit
* Financial services, payments, helpful
* Business facing Architect with solid engagement skills.
* 2 days onsite work in London as a minimum and flexibility to work from home available. Days onsite might fluctuate due to client needs.
* Effective stakeholder management/ engagement design documentation, organisational communication, articulation and understanding of wider impact, with the ability to drive forward the project and associated teams.

Click Apply now to be considered for the Solution Architect – PAYE – London role

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