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eCommerce Architect - Central London - Up to £80,000

Job Title: eCommerce Architect - Central London - Up to £80,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £70000.00 - £80000.00 per annum + bonus & benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J6898
Contact Name: Jack Jeffery
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

eCommerce Architect - Central London - Up to £80,000

Montash are partnered with a one of the UK's biggest retailers based in Central London who generated over £90m in income last year. They are urgently hiring an eCommerce Architect to join their business domain team.

The successful candidate must be experienced in the following;

- Previous architecture experience in an eCommerce environment ideally working with Oracle ATG.

- Retail experience is a must ideally within business domains on and international and multi-channel level.

- Enterprise Architecture frameworks such as TOGAF (including development, architecture principles and standards).

This is a permanent position based in Central London, paying up to £80,000+ bonus & benefits.

If you have all the essential experience and are interested in this position apply with an up to date CV and I will be in touch shortly.

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