Markerstudy Limited

  • Azure Architect/Developer

    Job Locations UK-Kent-Tunbridge Wells | UK-Derbyshire-Chesterfield | UK-Kent-Whitstable
    Job ID
    2018-3776
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Markerstudy
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Overview

    Role Purpose:

    Design and develop the Group’s Azure-based data analytics platform in line with Microsoft best practices and Company policies.  Contribute to the Group’s desire to become a data-led organisation. Enhance the platform’s capabilities to deliver a wide range of business objectives.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    The Azure Architect/Developer will be responsible for:

    • Working alongside the data science function to prioritise and deliver business requirements.
    • Designing innovative architectures using and extending the latest Azure data components and application services.
    • Building, deploying and configuring highly performant, secure applications with a focus on integration with Azure APIs.
    • Defining and implementing testing procedures, including unit testing, integration and system testing and load/volume testing.
    • Managing, monitoring and configuring azure components for event ingestion, queueing and storage.
    • Implementing appropriate scaling strategies.

     

    Key Competencies:

    • A structured, organised approach to solution design and development.
    • Ability to focus on key tasks while retaining flexibility over priorities.
    • Excellent communication skills and ability to work well within a results driven team.
    • Ambition and skills to develop into team leadership.

     

    Key Skills and Knowledge:

    • Systems Architecture and Design
    • C#/.Net
    • Azure Platform
    • Distributed Data Storage
    • Data Querying Languages
    • Web API
    • Integration with Analytics Platforms
    • Agile Methodologies
    • Testing Frameworks
    • Understanding of networking principles

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