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Cloud Architect

Job Title: Cloud Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: München (81249), Bayern
Industry:
Salary: €90 - €100 per hour + negotiable
Start Date: 19/06/2017
Duration: 6 months
REF: DP - CC - GE - 02_1496331586
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email: danielp@montash.com
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Key Requirements:

  • Extensive experience with providing cloud support and consulting to enterprise organisations
  • A background in Java or PHP Development is necessary
  • Cloud knowledge ideally in AWS but other providers are also of interest
  • Past experience in assigning the best cloud solutions to business challenges
  • Ability to work at pace with diversified project teams
  • 5-10 years experience in IT
  • Certifications in cloud are desirable, particularly Solution Architecture
  • Fluent English is essential - written and spoken German speaking is advantageous

This role will be based in the Munich area with some potential for remote working.

Java/AWS/Amazon Web Services/Cloud/Infrastructure/Development

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