Senior Solution Designer, Investment and Trading Platform
About the company
A leading provider of integrated financial services; Australia's leading brand across the financial services industry.
About the role
This Australian business is seeking a highly-experienced Solution Designer to ensure that throughout the project lifecycle, the solutions are aligned with the Solution Architecture and you will act as a bridge between the delivery teams and the architects for all designs.
Drawing on requirements from multiple business and technology teams, you will have End to End responsibility detailed design across the technology stack, with specific focus on the Trading Execution and settlement functions. (Application Integration, Data Management, and Infrastructure).
- Primary role with be hands on producing detailed solutions designs, based on the High-Level Designs provided by a solution architect, including socialising and review with internal stakeholders, architects, vendors, development, and delivery teams
- Work with wider solution design team to integrate new service consumer into an existing platform.
- Manage end to end design work for newly integrated services, ensure platform non-functional and functional requirements are met with the delivery
- Previous experience in a Solution Designer role in a large complex enterprise environment
- Experience working with lines-of-business to understand the overarching needs and translate them into design patterns.
- Ability to influence decisions, manage time, and priorities.
- Master Trust and/or Wrap investment product knowledge
- Possesses a technology agnostic thought process.
- Experience with security technologies (OAuth, SAML, etc)
- FIX protocol
- Iress product knowledge (Iress, IOS, IOS+, FIX) Demonstrated broad end to end design system experience is essential
- Extensive experience in stakeholder management
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Contact Name: Vanessa Knispel
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