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Solution Architect – Product Implementation

Backbase - Melbourne, VIC

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As a Principal Solution Architect, it’s your job to ensure that envisaged solutions become reality. Taking this client-facing role, you are equally comfortable in deep-dive technical workshops and in board-level sales presentations. Having earned your stripes in designing service-based architectures for web and mobile, you have no problem finding the scope in large-scale, complex projects.

To the development team, you are the go-to technical leader during processes of implementation. To customers and partners, you are the expert liaison with a keen feel for their needs. So besides being a great technician, you are also a considerate companion who delivers remarkable results on a continuous basis.

  • Your knowledge of the Java platform exceeds our expectations;
  • You are experienced in Spring, Maven and Jenkins;
  • You have a demonstrable understanding of Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), as well as Microservices Architecture;
  • You know how to build and deploy containers and you’re at ease with cloud native technology such as Docker and Kubernetes. You’ve mastered at least one of the major public cloud platforms;
  • JavaScript frameworks, MVC patterns and principles of REST APIs, ideally including RAML and/or OpenAPI, are second nature to you;
  • When we ask you about architectural patterns, you easily dig up your knowledge and best practices since you have professionally worked with Enterprise Integration Patterns and Frameworks;
  • You have a broad, operational knowledge of the cloud, containerisation, application servers, databases, load balancers and other infrastructure components required to deploy modern applications in a highly available and scalable environment;
  • You have excellent communication and presentation skills in English.

  • We Will Be Extra Happy If You

  • Have created solutions for financial services (especially banking);
  • Understand how BPMN and DMN connect the customer experience with the back office process,
  • Are familiar with architectural patterns such as Microservices and events;
  • Have experience with private clouds, such as OpenShift;
  • Have professionally used Integration Platforms, API Gateway, etc.
  • Have detailed knowledge of modern IAM solutions and authentication protocols such as OIDC and FIDO.

  • trust me,
    it's my job


    You will be part of the development team in which you will fulfil a leading role only gained by excellent performance. Talking highly specific technical details as well as discussing general business outcomes, you comfortably translate customer requirements into a coherent solution design. Beyond the functional requirements you focus yourself and the customer on security, deployment, performance, caching, sizing, scalability and serviceability.

    You know our projects are to be delivered according to briefing, time and budget, but you also know our technicians need their space to build the solutions you’ve defined. By creating structure and clear explanations, you provide guidance and oversight to your team.

    Part of the job is creating technical architecture documentation; working with the QA Lead to define the test strategy; leading DevOps to define and implement CI/CD pipelines; ensuring that implementations meet non-functional requirements, and you will be traveling a significant amount of the time, spending time on-site during the inception phase and when providing training and workshops.

    Throughout your interactions with customers you will promote the Backbase product and help the customer get the most value out of their Backbase investment. Internally you will represent the voice of our customers in providing feedback and direction to our product development teams.