The position of Solutions Architect (Software) is a multi-faceted role. As the Solutions Architect (Software) you will be working across a variety of projects in Development and Live, within a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment. Leveraging standard methodologies, core competencies, best practices and capabilities, the Solutions Architect (Software) guides and advises the development project teams, and client (or client facing team) helping to scope and define the solution. The exists as part of the wider Architecture function, which work closely with other areas of the company including Delivery, Hosted Operations, Deployment and Service Management to develop new product offerings and support existing ones.
The Solutions Architect (Software) is required to make significant software architectural decisions, where significance is measured by cost of change. To provide the breadth of knowledge (patterns, designs, technologies, options trade-offs) rather than enforces detailed rules, constraints or hands-on coding support to technical teams.
The Solutions Architect (Software) will provide both the Architectural Definition (NFR’s, Technology Selections, Architecture Evaluation, Aligned to Enterprise Architecture Vision) and Architectural Delivery (Bigger Picture, Consultative, Quality Assurance, Deployment Assistance, Coaching and Mentoring) of projects.
To own the bigger picture, across the multiple projects they are assigned and identify connections, similarities and opportunities which are shared between those projects.
The Solutions Architect (Software) essential skills and experience
The Solutions Architect (Software) desirable skills and experience
We're passionate about helping clinicians improve patient care. Whether in primary, community, mental health or secondary settings, our aim is to provide every healthcare professional with the patient information they need to deliver the best quality, most efficient service.
EMIS clinical systems are already used by over 5,000 healthcare organisations across the UK, from GP practices and out-of-hours services, to community care and sexual health services. By using the same system, everyone can access the same information about their patients - no matter where they are treated - making the prospect of integrated care a reality.
With over 25 years' experience of working with the NHS, we're entrusted with over 40 million patient records. We also have one of the largest support and training teams, with more than 350 staff supporting our customers.
To this day, from knowledge support to interoperability, clinical research projects and free online services for patients, we put patient care at the heart of everything we do.
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