February 7, 2006

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So You Want A Java Architect, Then?

A link to a job posting landed in my inbox this morning:

"Our client is a leading UK telco. Your role will be to take ownership of all technical design activities associated with the deployment of IS solutions within E-business. As such, to be responsible for the evolution and integration of technology within the E-business systems landscape. To be an expert on all of the systems spanning the competency centre, whilst possessing an appreciation of the system landscapes across other competency centres. Providing technical guidance to more junior technical personnel and advise IS management on the technical issues associated with solutions deployment. Architecture expertise in Solution Architecture, and application architectures based on the J2EE standard. Technology Liaise with IS plan function, vendors (roadmaps) and other technology providers to give guidance on current systems landscapes. Assist with the evolution of future technology landscapes by providing expertise in the Systems Architecture of the competency centre. Give guidance to other technical staff on technical design and deployment related matters. Liaise with vendors and Technical Design Authorities in different competency centres and review with peers to obtain sign off of architectural solution design. You will have experience in: Degree educated. Must be a Java and J2EE expert. At least 5 years of experience with Java and J2EE Java and J2EE, WebLogic, Apache, Unix, UML. Apply for immediate consideration."

And the award for plain speaking goes to...
Posted 15 years, 6 months ago on February 7, 2006