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Solutions Architect

Job Title: Solutions Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £73000 per annum + Package
REF: 787912358f
Contact Name: Chloe Alexandra Winterhalter
Contact Email: ChloeA@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Solutions architect/ Solution architect

Montash is currently retained by a leading SatComs organisation based in London who are looking to source and secure a Solutions Architect for their Global Government and Business Unit. This role sits in a team of Architects who Develop cutting edge solutions and influence this companies product base for the L-Band and new Global Xpress (GX) satellite based networks.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the conceptualisation, architecting and development of new products, services and solutions in response to customer needs (articulated and unrealised).
  • Deliver timely prototype solutions (rapid prototyping) to characterise performance and allow third party evaluation (both internally and by the customer) prior to full product / solution development.
  • Generate novel ideas and alternative network uses for the whole range of the portfolio, to provide high quality solutions and compelling offers into the market place.
  • Contribute to the development of applications that provide innovative, positive user experience associated with G2 Products / Service Offers and solutions (platforms include SEP, iOS, Android…)
  • Uphold/generate design principles and guidance for the overall architecture of a project (technical infrastructure, data, hardware and software integration) and maintain quality end-to-end documentation and process delivery.
  • Gather data and contribute to business plans associated with concepts and solutions appropriate to the scale of investment for approval by the business.
  • Provide high quality training, technical guidance and support materials for the Training Academy, who are responsible for creating training packages for offers.
  • Carry out any other related duties as requested by the Head of Solutions Architecture or VP Offer Development.

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  • Degree level education
  • Must have at least "5 years" of experience in Solution Design and Architecture in relevant industry
  • Architecture Framework experience (ideally TOGAF)
  • Knowledge of IP networks and/or telecommunication systems
  • Good influencing and persuasion skills in both written and verbal communication.
  • Good organisational/project/stakeholder management skills.
  • Good interpersonal and rapport building skills.
  • Good decision-making skills.

If this exciting role sounds of interest or for a talk around the market in general please contact Chloe Winterhalter on 0207 014 0230 or email Chloea@montash.com

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