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AWS Architect

Job Title: AWS Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: April 1st
Duration: 6 Months
REF: AWS-Con6_1489487325
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

  • This transformation requires additional resource within the AWS space on an interim basis.
  • The ideal candidate would be a Technical Architect with extensive AWS experience at an enterprise level, who is familiar with current state networks, cloud connectivity, and building scalable solutions with AWS.
  • The ideal Candidate will also be able to envisage the design of the solution as well as build and be hands on with the development of the platform.
  • Ability to work entirely autonomously and deliver high quality work, this position offer a large amount of remote or home working.
  • The length of the initial contract is 6 months, with a view to this rolling for a further 6 months as the programme progresses.
  • A comprehensive understanding of current state networks, Enterprise Level Architecture, Cloud connectivity and Building in AWS is an essential component of this position

The programme is looking to be fully staffed by the end of this month and the ideal consultant would be available by the last week of March. Please get in touch for further information.

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