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Solution Architect

Job Title: Solution Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £600 - £700 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: SDBO9876_1499867176
Contact Name: Sadiye Booker
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Solution Architect

Up to £700 Per Day

Initial 3 Month Contract Role

Montash have been engaged with a global client based in Central London who are looking for a Solution Architect on an initial 3 month contract starting as soon as possible.

As an Architect you will be responsible for ensuring that solution architectures are fit for purpose, deliver against business needs and are architected appropriately for the longer term strategic needs of the business.

The successful candidate will be the Technical Lead on large programmes of work, you will be hands on defining leading the design and governing the solution and you'll be working on the following projects such as FMO, PDA and Production control.

Key Skills & Information

  • Previous experience working as a Developer prior to being a Solution Architect.
  • Experience with .NET or Java.
  • Experience with Data Architecture, Integration, App Development.
  • Understanding of development techniques such as TOGAF, Agile, Prince2, UML and Archimate.

A broad understanding of technologies with a deep understanding of one or more of:

  • SAP (HR, Finance, CRM)
  • Oracle (DB, Fusion, ServiceCloud, Siebel)
  • IBM Integration suite (WebSphere, DataPower, MessageBroker, MQ, ESB, DB2)
  • Microsoft (.NET, SQLServer, Sharepoint)
  • Java (IDEs, JavaScript, Angular, NodeJS)
  • Tibco (BE, BW, Active Spaces)
  • Quintiq
  • Teradata, Hadoop
  • Cloud (AWS, Azure, Hybrid)

If this role seems suitable for you and you would like to find out more, please contact Sadiye Booker to discuss further.

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