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Jahia CMS Architect

Job Title: Jahia CMS Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: £475 - £575 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: CMS Architect
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a leading digital agency to secure a CMS Technical Architect with extensive experience of working with Jahia CMS and other leading CMS products such as Adobe AEM to lead migration from an old CMS to Jahia. You will have excellent communication skills with the ability to work well and closely with business stakeholders.


  • Solution design and leading the implementation of a complex web site using Jahia CMS
  • Development of a content migration strategy for migrating content from current platform to Jahia
  • Work with project management, technical teams to plan and estimate solution design and lead the development of the new CMS
  • Lead the development teams during low-level design and implementation using the new CMS
  • Establish CMS best practice and development standards for technical teams within the agency
  • Documentation of technical design and development guidelines


  • 5+ years of CMS architecture experience
  • 3+ years' experience in designing and implementing Jahia CMS based solutions
  • 10 years Java/J2EE experience
  • "hands on" knowledge if JCR and OSGI
  • Experience of My SQL 5 database
  • Experience of No SQL would be an advantage Experience and knowledge of physical architecture design for large scale implementations using cloud, virtual and physical infrastructure
  • Spring framework knowledge
  • Agile experience
  • Also beneficial to have the following: adobe AEM/CQ 5+, oracle web centre sites, Hippo CMS, Dot CMS
  • Experience using an API Management tool such as WSO2, Apigee, Mashery or others

If this is you, please email or call 02070140231, thank you!

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