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Infrastructure Solution Architect

Job Title: Infrastructure Solution Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Derby, Derbyshire
Salary: £600 - £700 per day
Start Date: ASAP
REF: BJ12345
Contact Name: Brandon James
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been approached by a global automation firm seeking an experienced infrastructure architect to join their team.

Key Responsibilities

  • Leading development of systems architectures.
  • Taking full responsibility to ensure that systems architectures balance functional, service quality and systems management requirements.
  • Creation of reference architectures
  • Assist in the development of service level agreements and any associated service guarantees.
  • Monitor technical progress, ensuring that coordination and change control are applied to architecture and design.
  • Advise on the impact of changes to the programme and on the process for assessing such impact.
  • Inform project management of major design issues and make recommendations on their resolution.
  • Provide advice on technical aspects of system development and integration, including the operational and maintenance aspects of systems under development, and proposed system recovery procedures.
  • Develops product short-lists and evaluation criteria and uses them in product selection.
  • Translate component specifications into detailed designs for implementation using selected products.


  • Ideally you will already have SC level clearance.
  • Broad knowledge across a range of infrastructure technologies
  • Proven experience in design, implementation and operation of large-scale architecture solutions on a large

Key Technologies:

Cloud migration

Citrix / VDI

SQL / Oracle Databases

Unified Comms - Microsoft Lync

Microsoft Exchange

Office 365 migration

Microsoft client operating systems

Unix / Linux (Solaris / Redhat)

If you're interested give us a shout on 0207 014 0231/

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