Dublin | Ireland
The Technical & Solution Architecture Lead will be responsible for the team in charge of implementing and operating the Continuous Delivery Pipeline for IT Change within Bank of Ireland Group. This means introducing and operating a series of automation and tooling facilities, streamlining the current manual approach, covering the full IT Change software lifecycle (automated configuration, automated versioning, automated testing and automated deployment of the Banks Applications.)
The Continuous Integration team will consist of approximatively 30 people, which will be a mix of Bank specialist and third party vendors who will have overall responsibility for implementing and maintaining the solutions.
The Technical & Solution Architecture Lead will liaise with the different development teams within the Bank, ensuring they can effectively use the designed solution to automate the development. They will also work closely with the production team to ensure they use it to deploy and operate applications as and when required.
In addition, they must have a strong understanding of enterprise architecture and project delivery, with experience in delivering projects of similar scale and nature to the ones they will be reviewing. They will be familiar with key architecture principles and approaches, including current trends regarding security, deliverability and regulation.
The Technical & Solution Architecture Lead will liaise with vendors as well asinternal teams, reviewing solution designs and delivery approach, then providing sponsors and stakeholders with an independent view on the quality of the solutions and the risks associated with them.
The Bank uses both Agile and Waterfall methodologies for development, an understanding of both worlds and how to adequately approach solution delivery in each is required
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