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Cloud Software Architect

Job Title: Cloud Software Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany
Salary: €650 - €850 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: GermanySACloud_1491899785
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

The ideal candidate will have the following;

  • 10 years of experience in delivering software products or systems in various roles
  • 2 years in developing scale-out cloud services
  • Familiarity with IoT (Internet of Things) programmes and cloud connectivity concepts
  • Expertise in developing software and systems in 2 distinct domains
  • Fluent in Scala and Java.
  • Track-record of multiple shipped software or service releases in lead roles
  • Experience with the AWS or other public cloud ecosystems for production services
  • Analytical approach and problem solving skills.
  • Good ability to articulate and communicate clearly complex topics
  • Project Management or Line Management experience is highly desirable

The Software Architect would be based on-site in Germany for 5 days a week, however, if extensive experience is shown within Cloud, AWS, Java, and Scala, and the candidate has a strong track record of delivering on large scale Cloud and software transformations, then remote work can be considered.

Please get in touch with me on with your latest CV for consideration.

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