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Technical Solution Architect

Job Title: Technical Solution Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire
Industry:
Salary: £450 - £520 per day +
Start Date: 1/02/2014
Duration: 6 Months
REF: SolutionArchMan
Contact Name: Agas Satha
Contact Email: Agas@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Technical Solutions Architect

Montash has been approached by a global organisation to secure an experienced Technical Solution Architect. The role is to gather technical requirements from IT, Project teams and business stakeholders for IT Project, and to create solution design documents.

Requirements:

  • Understand Business Requirements
  • Background in manufacturing, FMCG, and Retail
  • Able to transfer business requirements
  • Infrastructure experience
  • Previously integrating into SAP
  • Creating high level design documents
  • Managing 3rd Party Suppliers
  • Technical background
  • Large scale projects
  • Strong stakeholder management
  • TOGAF Certified

 

Keywords: Solution/ Architect/ Architecture/ Technical/ Business/ SAP/ Suppliers/ TOGAF/ Architect/ Technial/ Solution/ Design/ Solution

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