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Global Solution Architect - Consultancy

Job Title: Global Solution Architect - Consultancy
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,England
Salary: £71000 - £85000 per annum + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
REF: SA/Consultancy_17337
Contact Name: Colman Lincoln
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Key role requirements

  • Own and manage policy standards in order for consultants and project partners to operate in.
  • Involvement in strategic business improvements and working in close cooperation with the business directors, as well as advising and facilitating management on IT policy development.
  • Research and follow key developments in the business area and maintain a close relationship with suppliers.
  • Own and manage a specific solution as the 'brand manager', promote the usage of the solution and guard the solution integrity
  • Perform the analysis and impact study in case of new needs on the solution architecture that result from new initiatives, projects or change requests
  • Solution Architecture definition, design and execution
  • Bridging the gap between enterprise architecture design and implementation in the projects as well as acting as a single port of call for Solution Portfolio & Roadmap manager.

Desired skills and experience

  • An understanding of the business processes
  • Technically strong but needs the wider picture
  • A pragmatic and logical thinker
  • Ability to coordinate initiatives of different architects to ensure integrity of Enterprise Architecture
  • Understanding of various IT applications to allow management of overall solution integration
  • Ability to map and specify the integration design of enterprise global solutions on an execution level
  • Solution Architect with more than 8 years of relevant ICT experience in a similar position and international environment
  • University Degree in relevant area i.e. Computer Science

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