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Enterprise Cloud Architect

Job Title: Enterprise Cloud Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Industry:
Salary: £600 - £750 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: ECA-LDN-OJB_1493725086
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email: oliverb@montash.com
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Roles & Responsibilitlies

  • Provide functional expertise in an Enterprise Architecture capacity;

  • Coordinates with technology engineering teams to evaluate new cloud technologies and service offerings;

  • Coordinates with Solution Architects / Engineering resources to ensure new cloud services align to roadmaps and to understand the impact on the organisation's information architecture;

  • Liaises with internal application development leads to develop and document coherent application and infrastructure cloud standards;

  • Working with the Cloud Lead / Solution Architects on definition of programme requirements and priorities

Personal Requirements.

  • Strong analytical and consultancy skills
  • TOGAF Level 9 accreditation/certification
  • Appropriate certification and experience of working with the following key technologies:
    • Cloud IaaS / PaaS - including Amazon Web Services and Azure services
    • ServiceNow - Including configuration of workflows and integrations
    • Networking - Equinix - DirectConnect / ExpressRoute
    • Development Frameworks - including .NET, PHP, Python, Ruby
    • Development Tools - including CloudFormation, Chef / Ansible, API's
    • Directory Services - ADFS, SAML2 Authentication
    • Methodologies - including Agile, DevOps, SOA

Interviews for this role are scheduled for nmext week so please get your Cv over to me with your earliest avauilability and your current up to date CV to Oliverb@montash.com

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