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Network Architect

Job Title: Network Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: West Midlands
Salary: £500 - £575 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: NetworkArch2017
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Network Architect - West Midlands - 3 Months - £500 - £575 Per Day - ASAP - IT

Montash are currently looking for a Network Architect on a contract basis to be based in the West Midlands.

The Role: Network Architect

As a Network Architect you will be required to give direction of deployed technology solutions, and manage the client's Technology Portfolio environment.

Duties as a Network Architect:

  • Leading and supporting various architecture projects and giving technology direction
  • Low level design, high level design
  • Building Network Infrastructure Architecture

Requirements for this Network Architect

  • Extensive solutions design experience
  • Experience managing design projects
  • Broad knowledge of enterprise communication and networking technologies: LAN, WAN, MPLS, VPLS, fiber-optic communications, mobile, VoIP and analogue telephony
  • Excellent stakeholder engagement skills, proven experience of communicating with stakeholders throughout board and director level is essential.
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).

Please Note: This requires immediate availability to interview and start!

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