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Software Architect

Job Title: Software Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Salary: £70000 - £90000 per annum + 20% bonus
Start Date: ASAP
REF: SA/ Telco
Contact Name: Colman Lincoln
Contact Email:
Job Published: 11 months ago

Job Description

Software Architecture/ Agile / Java / Angular JS / Dev-Ops / London / Telecommunications

Montash have been engaged by an industry leading provider who is seeking a Senior Software Architect to bridge the gap between the Developer team and the Enterprise Architecture function, this is a great opportunity for an Architect to work on the bleeding edge of technology within the NFE SDN space.

Key requirements;

  • Must have significant experience in Java and Angular JS
  • 5 + years as a Software Solution Architect
  • Telecommunication experience is advantageous but not essential
  • Experience of Agile methodology
  • Experience of Service management portals
  • B2B experience would be advantageous

Key responsibilities;

  • Working closely with the Development team on projects in the NFE SDN space
  • Acting as a bridge between the development team and the Enterprise Architecture team
  • Creating End to End Solutions that are in line with wider Enterprise Architecture Frameworks and business objectives
  • Working on Future world technology solutions

If this opportunity is of interest to you or for a talk around the market in general contact Colman Lincoln on 020 70140 230,

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