Technical Architect – Digital Assets & Blockchain
Mason Alexander are working closely with a leading fintech in search of a Technical Architect to join a greenfield team working on developing digital asset custody services for a global customer base.
This is an exciting new role in a team looking to expand quickly, you will be one the first hires on the team with an ability to impact the blockchain and digital asset strategy far into the future.
They are looking to speak with experienced Architects with a passion for the future of blockchain and a deep understanding of its potential impact on the future of the fintech industry both in Ireland and globally.
- Evaluate digital asset service opportunities across the businesses.
- Develop the strategy and roadmap to bring compelling digital asset services to clients
- Serve as Blockchain, DLT solutions expert to build digital asset servicing capabilities in partnership with business teams and technology. This includes designing and delivering pilots.
- Design and build future state architecture to support new and existing Blockchain and DLT use cases.
- Evaluate different Blockchain protocols / platforms to explore solution alternatives. Serve as a trusted technical and architectural advisor to deliver blockchain based solutions.
- Provide guidance on blockchain, DLT capabilities – available internally or in the marketplace to determine best path forward factoring in feasibility, maturity of solutions, cost, time to market etc.
- 4 years’ experience in designing and developing Blockchain and DLT solutions
- Experience with leading blockchain protocols, strengths and gaps
- Strong experience designing and developing Distributed Systems, and Microservices
- Solid understanding of Cryptography, Encryption, and Automation
- Experience with storage architecture and virtual storage architecture
- Hyperledger Fabric, R3 Corda, and other protocols
- Java, Go or NodeJS
- Docker and Kubernetes
- Experience with AWS, GCP or Azure
- Familiarity with using Git
- 10-12 years of experience preferred