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Connectivity Architect

Job Title: Connectivity Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: West Midlands
Salary: £500 - £575 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: ConArch2017
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Connectivity Architect (network & security skills) - West Midlands - 3 Months - £500 - £575 Per Day - ASAP - IT

Montash are currently looking for a Connectivity Architect on a contract basis to be based in the West Midlands.

The Role: Connectivity Architect

As a Connectivity Architect you will be changing the infrastructure, our client has a lot of legacy data and it needs to consolidated into one.

Being an Connectivity Architect you will be giving guidance on where the implementation of new products as well as maintaining roadmaps.

You will support the definition of the Connectivity process and workflow vision, strategy and transformation plan supporting current and evolving business needs, lead the development, articulation and communication of a Connectivity Strategy and road map to include transformational activities.

An extensive background within network & security is essential.

Please Note: This requires immediate availability to interview and start!

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