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Configuration Design Lead

Job Title: Configuration Design Lead
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Fareham, Hampshire
Industry:
Salary: £550 - £650 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 5 Months
REF: config051516
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: 11 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a Leading Aerospace Company to source a Configuration Design Lead to be responsible for the end to end design and engineering of their configuration Management Solution.

This role will be responsible for extending product evaluation criteria and working with selected vendors in evaluating products, documenting evaluation results and developing recommendations.

On selection of the product you will then work with architects and Business analysts to define requirements and user stories, and liaise with other design leads to produce an integrated design for their Configuration Management Solution.

You will also assist in establishing a team of engineers to manage delivery for the scope of responsibilties.

You will also be responsible for ensuring quality of the solution including product build out, configuration, testing, training and operational handover.

Knowledge of the following is highly desirable

-Operational CMDB (hosting/storage/network/OS/PaaS/IaaS/application/services)

-CI specific settings/configurations

-Manual/Automatic Discovery

-Infrastructure Configuration

-Release Management

-Software Management (patching, package, application, distribution)

-Integration with other components

Key Skills

-Extensive and proven experience in Configuration Management

-Proven experience of designing and implementing configuration management solutions sets

-Proven experience in translating requirements into configuration management solutions

-Experience in automating discovery of CI's across a wide set of infrastructure and applications

-Experience of applying configuration management to cloud systems (vmware/UCS)

-Experience of developing service maps for complex systems and integrating with service desk

-Experience of developing and managing software, patching, packaging, and configuration distribution across a variety of systems and services

-Experience of integrating Configuration Management with Monitoring and Service Desk to support root cause analysis, impact analysis and other ITIL processes

-Recent hands on design experience in Service Management and infrastructure design

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