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Cloud Infrastructure Architect

Job Title: Cloud Infrastructure Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin
Industry:
Salary: €600 - €800 per day + depending on experience
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 months
REF: Cloud-1
Contact Name: Brandon James
Contact Email: brandonj@montash.com
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a large engineering company based in Berlin who are looking to extend their data center onto AWS. This is a 3-6 month peice of work, which would lead on to a cross company AWS adoption programme. They are looking for very a very experienced AWS Cloud Infrastructure Architect to come onboard who can take both a hands on and hands off approach to the project.

Candidate Requirements:

*Extensive hands on AWS experience (Must be a specialist)

*Be able to take a hands off and hands on approach to working on the programme

*Have played key parts in past AWS migration peices

*Be willing to work in Berlin 5 days a week

AWS certified candidates would be preferred.

If this role sounds of interest apply and I will give you a call within 24 hours. If you would like to know some more information drop me an email on brandonj@montash.com

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