Technical Architect / .Net / Umbraco / 70k+ / Remote

Job Title: Technical Architect / .Net / Umbraco / 70k+ / Remote
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Bristol, England
Salary: £70000 - £75000 per annum + bonus, package
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: cavqv v_1629731754
Contact Name: Matthew Pearce
Contact Email:
Job Published: August 23, 2021 16:15

Job Description

Technical Architect / .Net / Umbraco / Azure

I'm looking for a Technical Architect to join my clients team to design and help deliver top-quality digital solutions.

They work with a wide range of clients - the Royal Navy, Honda, Orange and many other leading global brands - and an even wider range of technology.

I am looking for an experienced Technical Architect with plenty of .NET and Azure experience, who has worked with .NET-based content management systems like Sitecore and Umbraco.

Day to day, we'd expect you to be carrying out the below activities as part of your job:

  • Line managing approximately 3 other members of the eng team
  • Mentoring and supporting your team, as well as the wider engineering team
  • Contributing to the wider effort to improve quality and ways of working in the engineering team
  • Writing code, either as part of working on a project or features & fixes for BAU Peer reviewing code
  • Producing prototype / proof-of-concept work
  • Identifying appropriate technical solutions for clients and documenting them in technical design documents (where required)
  • Keeping up to date with Sitecore & Umbraco in terms of latest developments and features
  • Keeping up to date with cloud technology (primarily Azure, AWS) and the architectural possibilities with those platforms

We need you to be comfortable with the below technology:

  • C#, .NET Sitecore, Umbraco
  • Azure
  • JavaScript/TypeScript
  • Modern infrastructure architecture patterns (including on-premises, hybrid and cloud)
  • Modern application architecture and integration patterns
  • Application security and best practices
  • Performance optimisation and testing techniques