SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS ARCHITECT
Join our collaborative team and make meaningful contributions to our Information Technology initiatives.
We have a unique and exciting opportunity for a Business Software Solutions Architect within our IT Department.
HOW YOU'LL CONTRIBUTE:
As Business Solutions Architect in the FMRP IT team you use your elaborate software development knowledge for different purposes. Due to your expertise you're involved in different projects.
You engage with the stakeholders and capture their business requirements.
You translate business requirements into suitable software solutions and build these solutions on an architectural level. You coach your software development colleagues during the delivery and share your knowledge with them.
WHAT YOU'LL BRING TO THE ROLE:
WHO WE ARE:
FMRP has been providing reinsurance protection to its mutual insurance company members since 1959. As Canada's first Canadian-owned reinsurance company, we're proud of our history!
Our employees are our greatest asset. They work from our state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly facility located by the 401 in Cambridge. If they're not using our on-site fitness facility or participating in a fitness class, you may find them competing in a cooking challenge or relaxing with a mini-massage.
We foster respect and recognition of the values of honesty, integrity and accountability, encouraging professionalism, education, leadership and trust.
In addition to a great working environment, we offer a competitive salary, employer-paid benefits, a retirement plan and more. You will be part of an organization that supports a balanced, healthy and family-oriented lifestyle.
HOW TO APPLY:
Don't miss this opportunity to join our team. To apply, visit our website, ***********@****.com.
FMRP is committed to providing accommodations and to achieving a barrier-free workplace for individuals with disabilities. Should you require an accommodation in order to participate in our recruitment process, we will support you by taking into account your individual accessibility needs.