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Software Architect/ Tech lead

Job Title: Software Architect/ Tech lead
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
Industry:
Salary: €71 - €85 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 months
REF: Software Architect
Contact Name: Brandon James
Contact Email: brandonj@montash.com
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Montash is currently assisting an innovative very fast growing company in Frankfurt to bring on a Software Architect/ Tech lead on a 12 month freelance basis to sit above a small (but growing) team of developers who are currently building a number of iOS and Web applications. Your role would be to provide guidance to these developers and identify the best ways of planning and implementing the application build.

As well as this you will be helping to decide what cloud service provider the company should use. You will NOT be expected to be a hands on developer, but have come from a development background.

Candidate Requirements:

* 1+ Years AWS experience

* 3+ Years Microservices architecture knowledge

* Extensive in depth understanding of Javascript, Angular js, and Node js

* They would also be intrigued to see profiles of candidates with good SQL and .NET experience/ knowledge

If this role sounds of interest please apply! If you have any further questions send me an email on brandonj@montash.com

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