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Domain Architect (CMS & Ecommerce) - £70k - £85k + 10% bonus

Job Title: Domain Architect (CMS & Ecommerce) - £70k - £85k + 10% bonus
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: £70000.00 - £80000.00 per annum + bonus & benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J6619
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email: cristiana@montash.com
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Domain Architect (CMS & Ecommerce) - £70,000 - £85,000 + 10% bonus + benefits.

I am currently working with a Global Enterprise that is going through a large Digital Transformation.

My client is investing heavily in their B2C offering and as such they are seeking a Domain Architect to take ownership of their CMS and Ecommerce.

We are seeking an experienced Architect with gravitas to be a trusted advisor for business, IT sponsors and other stakeholders.

You will be responsible for owning, define and maintain as-is and target domain architecture (for the next 5-7 years) aligned to business and IT priorities.

About you

· Commercial awareness of key business drivers within domain

· Extensive experience working on eCommerce projects involving physical delivery of goods. The candidate should have deep understanding of the underlying architecture that supports such an enterprise.

· An understanding of how Content Management systems can support eCommerce and / or marketing channels will be advantageous

· The ideal candidate will have deep experience with Sales, Marketing and Service architecture, and have extensive understanding of eCommerce, digital marketing, MDM, integration, migration, web infrastructure, functional & technical design and development, configuration, testing and release management

· It is useful but not essential if the candidate has worked with Oracle ATG / IBM Commerce Tridion/Adobe CMS, Opentext, Magento or similar technologies.

This is a very interesting position for an experienced Domain Architect to join their team.

If you are interested, please submit my CV along with start date.

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