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|Software Architect,   Johannesburg,   South Africa|
Are you a qualified Software Architect with a minimum of 5 years experience in Software development and design? Does the challenge of translating system requirements and vision into future application architect excite you? If so apply to join FNB, as a Software Architect
As a Software Architect your role will include troubleshooting highly complex problems, establishing application architectural standards or frameworks, assess IT risks and design application solutions.
Desired Skills and Experience
As a Software Architect you will be responsible for reducing cost by helping to prevent an organisation from investing in a technology that will not add to its ability to meet its strategic human capital objectives.You will further be required to comply, understand and implement all steps within IT development and meet governance in terms of legislative and audit requirements for IT Software Soluitons.
If you are a Software Architect with a relevant IT qualification coupled with experience in JAVA, JEE, JBoss, Oracle, Documentum, JMS, SOA or Workflow then apply here for the Software Architect role within FNB
About this company
In 1998 Rand Merchant Bank Holdings and the financial services interests (First National Bank of Southern Africa Limited "FNB" and Southern Life Limited) of Anglo-American were merged to form FirstRand Limited. FNB became a wholly owned subsidiary of FirstRand and currently trades as a division of FirstRand Bank Limited.
FNB provides personal, commercial and corporate banking services to more than 6 million customers across South Africa from large corporate accounts to accounts for teens and pensioners. It is also the single largest contributor to FirstRand's bottom-line.
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