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Search Architect

Job Title: Search Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: England,
Industry:
Salary: £55000 - £65000 per annum + Package
Start Date: ASAP
REF: SEA - 152432
Contact Name: Stuart Atkins
Contact Email: StuartA@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Search Architect / Marketing Ecommerce / Apache's SOLR / Installation / testing / Support / Midlands / Endeca / SME / Hybris / Search

Montash have been retained by an industry leading organisation who are seeking a Search Architect to join their growing function, the right candidate will act as a subject matter expert in Apache's SOLR search application and will be working closely with the Search tuning team.

Key responsibilities;

  • Working alongside the Marketing ecommerce search tuning team translating business requirements
  • Working closely with the Search Application supplier to keep abreast of the latest developments and technological advancements
  • Search application subject matter expert.
  • Identify Technical Solutions and ensure team understands the implication of changes
  • Working with the Search Developers to build appropriate Solutions

Key skills;

  • 2+ years of Apache's SOLR search application (Installation, Configuration, testing and support)
  • Experience with an eCommerce (web) Platform
  • Global experience in search application
  • Experience mentoring Architects/developers
  • B2B & B2C experience would be advantageous
  • Content Management experience is advantageous
  • Experience using Endeca or Hybris SOLR Integration

If this opportunity is of interest or for a talk around the market in general don't hesitate to contact Stuart Atkins on 020 70140 230 or email stuarta@montash.com

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