Payments Solution Architect

  • Permanent
  • Republic of Ireland, Dublin

Payments Solution Architect

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Payments Solution Architect to join a leading organisation based in Dublin, Ireland.

As the Payments Solution Architect you will join a highly experienced in-house architecture function, where you will work across a range of technologies, covering both on premise and cloud, while working with externals vendors. You will hold responsibility for the design of end-to-end payments solutions, contributing to solution planning, produce design artifacts and present to the architecture review board where necessary.

If you are an experienced Banking / Payments Solution Architect, we would love to hear from you!

Dublin, Ireland – Circa 1-2 days per week on-site, with the rest remote.

Payments Solution Architect

Do you have:

* Strong Solution Architecture skills?
* Excellent Payments / Banking expertise? Swift, Finastra, SEPA etc.
* TOGAF and/or IASA certification? Preferred
* Any exposure to: AWS and/or Cloud products, API, Mulesoft, Oracle? Advantageous

Do you want:

* To join a leading organisation?
* Be rewarded financially?
* Have a defined career development path?
* Have a great work-life balance?

If so, then please do apply!

Payments | Banking | Financial Services | Solution Architect |

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