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CMS Architect

Job Title: CMS Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Salary: £550 - £650 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

CMS Architect

Start Date :ASAP

Contract Length: 6 Months

Location: Edinburgh

Montash is currently engaged with an Global Client to source and secure an CMS Architect who has a minimum of 3 years plus experience of designing, implementing and supporting Content Management Solutions. Our client is starting a greenfield project as they want to build a content management system on their website.

Looking for someone who has been a lead / designer of information management process or publication processes. Role requires strong technology leadership within a project context as the successful candidate will be rebuilding the CMS platform.

Expereience needed:

Experience of Content Quality Management and Content Taxonomy/Ontology solutions

Experience of delivery using both an Agile & Waterfall methodology

Strong Stakeholder Management capability

Excellent Communication skills

Mature Vendor Management experience

Good Team player

Key Words:

Content Management / Content Management Solution Architect / Agile / waterfall / digital asset / Metadata / quality / TOGAF / Vendor management / Transformation management systems / Digital asset management / WCM / Live Link / Open text / Spring CM / Alfresco

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