Job Title:

Solutions Architect – Microservices, Distributed Systems

Recruiter Name:

Michael Johnson

Job Title:

Solutions Architect – Microservices, Distributed Systems

Job Type:


Job Location:

United Kingdom Remote

Date Posted:


Salary Range:

£80,000 to £100,000


Solutions Architect – Microservices, Distributed Systems – Remote (UK or Europe) – £80,000 to £100,000 – Ref: JB50

We have a new opportunity for Solutions Architect to join an award-winning SaaS scale up. The successful candidate will be joining the product team who make up 50% of the business. Working alongside the 4 x Agile Scrum Squads, you will be responsible for gathering technical and business requirements to design technical solutions leveraging GraphQL, Kafka and Webhooks.

As the Solutions Architect, you will play a key role in designing their technical strategies and architectures, including database and sequence diagrams, without actively engaging in coding. You will ensure their tech solutions are robust, scalable, and meet strategic goals.

Skills, knowledge and Experience required:

  • You must have previous experience of working as a Solutions Architect or have worked as a Senior / Lead developer and want to stay technical without the day to day coding or people management
  • You must have a good understanding of microservices and distributed systems, and ideally the capabilities of GraphQL, Kafka, Webhooks or similar technologies.
  • You should have demonstrable experience in designing technical solutions for complex software projects with excellent problem-solving skills and ability to think strategically about technology solutions for large scale SaaS environments

If successful, you will be joining a lively, collaborative, bright and diverse team where you will be given the opportunity to have a real impact on the global scaling of an established scale-up. 

The role is fully remote from anywhere across the UK or Europe. To be considered you must be a tax resident in either of these regions and have fall right to work, as we are unable to offer sponsorship at this time.

For more information, please get in touch with Michael Johnson at Hurren and Hope.