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Lead Architect

Working alongside the Operations Department and Pre Sales Consultants, the Lead Architect is responsible for the implementation and deployment of hosting solutions. The successful candidate will have good task coordination, prioritization and organizational skills and knowledge of hosting technologies.

If you are looking to grow your career within a global managed service provider then download the job spec to find out more.

Job Role

Key Responsibilities:

  • Implementation of hosting solutions at a technical level together with the Project Manager assigned to that project.
  • Production of technical documentation for the deployment of the project (technical architecture documents).
  • Approval of commercial proposals from a technical point of view.
  • Support for the Pre Sales department to design complex hosting solutions.
  • Participation in European work committees for the standardization of processes and technical solutions.
  • Participation and Lead Architectership in committees for the management of incidents related to Premium NTTE clients.

Skills & Requirements

Skills:

  • High resolution ability.
  • Excellent learning ability and objective-oriented.
  • Good organization skills and attention to detail.
  • Good task coordination, organization and priorization skills.
  • Client oriented.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Teamwork.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to get on at all levels.
  • Empathy.
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