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Internet of Things (IOT) Cloud Architect

Job Title: Internet of Things (IOT) Cloud Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg
Industry:
Salary: €90000 - €110000 per annum + Bonus & Benefits
REF: J8553_1500397795
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email: cristian@montash.com
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

IOT Architect - up to €100,000 + Benefits


I am working with a Global Consultancy that is experiencing tremendous growth across the DACH Region and Europe.

My client's portfolio compromises of large enterprises & DAX clients but they are small enough for you to make an impact.

Candidates will have both excellent technical credentials and a friendly consultative approach to solving complex IT challenges and build lasting relationships. This individual will work directly with Clients to architect and implement solutions by identifying requirements and scope, implementation planning and service delivery in order to meet the clients' business objectives.

The IoT Platform Architect is responsible for forming, maintaining, updating, and delivering platform of capabilities-including specific activities and deliverables-that help clients on their IoT journey. You will use your knowledge of IoT devices and platforms to design, implement, and deploy IoT technologies that are the heart of advanced business solutions we create for our clients. You'll be responsible for the full lifecycle of our IoT Platform implementations. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to supervise, mentor, and develop junior staff, as well as facilitate development of Statements of Work for new and existing customers. The IoT Platform Architect may support multiple clients at the same time and will help develop and cultivate business and vendor relationships.

About you:

  • An experienced and passionate leader to architect Internet Of Things
  • Should have experience in building Connected Car Solution.
  • Understand, drive, sustain and define the technology roadmap for the Software Development of Automotive Software Products
  • Experience in building IOT solutions on MS IOT Azure platform
  • Experience in building solution that integrates with Enterprise systems like SAP, MS Dynamics, mainframe, web portals, cloud architecture, REST web services, etc.
  • Should have a strong technical background and experience to work with external agencies/partners to orchestrate the commercial release in collaboration with the business unit.
  • Architect end-to-end IoT solutions by collaborating with partners and vendors
  • Thorough understanding of infrastructure (firewalls, load balancers, hypervisor, storage, monitoring, security etc.) and have experience with orchestration to develop a cloud solution
  • Good command over German language and should be aware of German culture
  • Experience in Managing onshore / offshore delivery teams will be added advantage

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