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Big Data Architect - 6Month Contract - Dublin - €600-€650

Job Title: Big Data Architect - 6Month Contract - Dublin - €600-€650
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Dublin
Industry:
Salary: €600 - €650 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA-666888_1488385313
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email: AshleyA@montash.com
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Big Data Architect - 6Month Contract - Dublin - €600-€650 Euro's a day

Big Data Architect required. Montash has been engaged by a leading consultancy, who is looking to acquire the services of an experienced Big Data Architect for an initial 6 month based in Dublin.

The Big Data Architect will be in a a talented and driven team of Big Data Architect, who are delivering several exciting technical solutions across our client's enterprise business systems.

The Big Data Architect will be responsible for defining the detailed architecture and design of a software product which analyses large volumes of data.

In the summary, the Big Data Architect will have the following skills and capabilities:

  • 3/4 years in solution architecture
  • Extensive knowledge in Java preferably 3+ years
  • Solid knowledge of Hadoop
  • Very Strong communication, presentation, and documentation ability
  • Proven ability to assess and recommend architectures, technologies and vendors
  • Ability to drive development of solutions, from architecture through design and development, including mentoring developers
  • A solid track record of architecting and designing large-scale high-throughput software solutions

So, if you think he have what it takes to tackle this highly skilled and challenging role, then please get in touch with me on 0207 014 0231 or Ashleya@montash.com

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