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Global Solutions Architect - London - Upto £110,000

Job Title: Global Solutions Architect - London - Upto £110,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £100000 - £110000 per annum + bonus and benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J6466
Contact Name: Jack Jeffery
Contact Email: jackj@montash.com
Job Published: 12 months ago

Job Description

Global Solutions Architect - London - Upto £110,000

A market leading Global Information Services partner of mine require a Global Solutions Archtiect to join their exsiting team in London.

The successful candidate will ideally come from a Consultancy background and be experienced with the following;

- 5 years+ Solution/Enterprise Architecture experience.

- Be focussed on the Development and business side of architecture projects.

- Experience with Matrix management.

- The ability to gel Development/Architecture and Technical leadership.

- An expert knowledge and understanding with Java.

This is a permanent position based in London, paying up to £110,000+ bonus, car allowance, pension etc.

If you have all the necessary experience, apply with an up to date CV and I will be in touch shortly.

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