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Technical architects Jobs in Easter Compton

Job Overview

Technical architects, also called IT systems architects, work closely with project managers, software developers and designers to plan and build IT systems.

The Skills Required

You will need to have:

  • excellent communication skills, with the ability to understand client requirements
  • strong problem-solving skills
  • the ability to build good relationships with clients and colleagues
  • the ability to gather and interpret data
  • excellent presentation skill
  • a broad knowledge of technologies and applications 
  • the ability to explain ideas clearly to technical and non-technical staff
  • a knowledge of industry quality standards, legislation and best practice
  • the ability to work effectively under pressure and to deadlines
  • a flexible and adaptable approach
  • a commitment to keep up to date with technology

Qualifications

You will normally be expected to have a degree or postgraduate qualification. Relevant subjects include:

  • computer science or computer engineering
  • information management systems
  • business information systems
  • software development
  • mathematics

​Easter Compton is a village in the civil parish of Almondsbury, South Gloucestershire, England. It is situated at the bottom of a hill (known as Blackhorse Hill) near Junction 17 of the M5 Motorway on the B4055 road. The village is only 1.5 miles away from 'The Mall' shopping centre and leisure complex at Cribbs Causeway. There is a pub (The Fox), a post office (open Monday/Wednesday/Friday in the mornings and based in the village hall), Methodist chapel, bowling alley, and a playing field (including skate park). It is served by the church of Compton Greenfield, as well as the chapel in the village. The B4055 road leads to Pilning, Redwick and Severn Beach. The National Cycle Network runs through the village on its way to the Severn Bridge by which it is possible to enter Wales on foot or bicycle. There are some walks locally which give great views of the surrounding countryside, especially from the top of Spaniorum Hill.[1] Each year in June, the village holds a carnival. The main road through the village is closed and the carnival procession finishes on the playing field where the floats are judged and various entertainments and stalls are available. In 2006, due to insurance restrictions, the carnival, previously drawn by lorries and vans provided by a local haulage firm, was restricted to non-motorised transport and the traditional throwing of water and flour was forbidden. In recent times the carnival has been cancelled due to the pandemic.

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