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Software Architect

Job Title: Software Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Republic of Ireland,
Salary: €75 - €85 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: SoftArch2017
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Software Architect (Telecoms) - Ireland / 12 Month Contract

Montash have engaged by a leading Telecommunications organisation based in Ireland, to secure a Software Architect on a 12 month rolling contract.

The Role: Software Architect

Responsibilities as Software Architect:

  • Complete system analysis and software architecture design, transform customer requirement into software architecture
  • Design, Construct and Build management
  • Support technical and strategic planning
  • Building competitive management and orchestration software architecture for innovative products

Requirement for this Software Architect :

  • Solid background in IT working as software engineer or software architect
  • Experience with (OSS) or (BSS) domain, or working with enterprise customers, designing enterprise software architecture

If you feel you have the above experience to work as a Software Architect, please apply and call me on 0207 014 0231.

Keywords: Software Architect / OSS / BSS / Design / Telecoms / Ireland

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