Quantexa Tech Lead

  • Job Reference: 629315
  • Date Posted: 13 May 2024
  • Recruiter: ShareForce
  • Location: United Kingdom - London & South East
  • Salary: £600 to £650 Per Day
  • Bonus/Benefits: £600-650/day (Outside IR35)
  • Sector: IT and Telecomms
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

This is an opportunity for an experienced Quantexa Tech Lead, to take a lead role at the start of a major Quantexa implementation. Working alongside one of the largest assembled Quantexa certified teams, you will be responsible for working closely with the client and across the cross functional teams to deliver a world class Quantexa solution.
  • Be the Quantexa SME for the programme, setting technical direction and best practice and ensuring successful delivery at each phase of the programme.
  • Lead and mentor a cross functional team, including technical and non technical.
  • Perform code reviews and act as a bridge between technical team and client stakeholders.
  • Create technical design artefacts to communicate use case to development teams.
  • Effectively manage the client, ensuring alignment to expectations and present regular progress meetings. 
Required Skills & Experience:
  • Active Quantexa Certifications.
  • Recent experience (in the last 18 months) of delivering the full SDLC lifecycle and implementation of Quantexa solution at scale.
  • Good understanding of Cloud platforms including GCP, AWS and Azure.
  • Good knowledge of Big Data technologies such as, Scala, Spark, Hadoop & Elastic Search. 
  • Ability to lead, advise and mentor a cross functional team.
  • Strong stakeholder management and client relationship management experience, ideally gained in a specialist or global consulting environment.
  • Desirable domain knowledge of Financial Services. 
Additional Information
  • Rate: £600-650
  • IR35: Outside
  • Start date: 1st July 2024
  • Initial Duration: 6 months (significant opportunity for extension)
  • Location: Ideally candidates are willing to meet with team in London weekly
  • All applicants must be based in the UK and have the right to work