Initially the candidate will be based in Saudi for the first 2 months, thereafter will work remotely.
Client will process the VISA and Insurance for the candidate.
Accommodation, meals & Travel allowances will be extra.
Allowance to be discussed - as per industry standards.
Primary Skill: Solution Architect with designing integrations between Cloud and in-house applications
Must have done more than 2 implementation and performed end to end role as Solution Architect.
Should have experience in Cloud solution implementation, Project Management and Oracle Cloud ERP upgrades, with understanding of Cloud platform integration components , including PaaS for SaaS and SOAP/Rest protocols.
Should be able to work with Client Business Users and Functional Leads to implement the best solutions.
Should be able to work as bridge between Customer Functional team and Integration teams and convert customer requirement into Solution and Integration design.
Should be able to work with project technical teams to design and solve functional and technical problems.
Should be able to interact with team members, such as PM’s Business Users, DBA’s, SOA developers, to mitigate risk and ensure delivery is on track.
Should be able to understand and design the integration requirements needed for Cloud and In-house applications.
Should be able to prepare the Integration Architecture and presenting to Client.
Should be able to create Solution Design / Technical Design Documents covering all Integrations components.
Should have experience working with SOA Developers, Technical Developers, OIC Developers and PaaS developers (OACS, OICS, SOACS, DBCS).
Should have the understanding on deciding suitable Webservices and protocols based on the functionality of the integration (e.g., Bulk File and Realtime transaction) using web service APIs such as SOAP, REST, XML-RPC, and JSON-RPC.
Should be able to monitor the team and report the status to the PM team.
Should be able to identify and report the issues faced and provide timely alternate solutions if current solutions are not feasible.