Solution Architect - Datacentre
- Cloud Technology / Storage / Data Centre
- Large Consulting firm
- Inner Melbourne
A global ICT provider are searching for a Datacentre Solution Architect to join their pre-sales team in Melbourne on permanent basis
A global ICT provider are searching for a Datacentre Solution Architect to join their pre-sales team in Melbourne.
The Datacentre Solution Architect is the most senior technical solution crafter working with larger enterprise clients. The primary role is to lead a (virtual) team of Solution Architects on all levels, focusing on solution strategy across Lines of Business within client and their customers. They are across technical domain specialists, and demonstrate the ability to understand the technology in line with business requirements and present on this across all levels of stakeholders within the client organization.
Achieve financial metrics for product/solution area. Develop and deliver product training. Engage with clients and ensure technical working and viable client solution result. Interact and cooperate with vendor. Lead and own proof of concept. Promote the product in the market. Propose planning and/or solution for a bid. Provide product support and qualify opportunity. Write and compile RFI/RFP responses and bids and act as a People Manager.
Experience & Abilities
Knowledge of multiple technologies including Cloud, Storage, Netapp, EMC, Cisco DC, Hyper converged technologies, AWS and VMware.
Extensive experience working in IT Services in a corporate environment, must also have strong operational foundation and consulting experience.
Experience in architecting roadmaps from existing system to Cloud based technology.
People and line management experience.
Excellent communication and stakeholder engagement ability.
Experience of RFI/RFP's.
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Pallavi Bapna on 03 86804237. Please quote our job reference number: 200163100.
Reference Number: 200163100_21
Contact Details: Pallavi Bapna 03 8680 4237
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Contact Name: Pallavi Bapna
Contact Phone: Pallavi Bapna 03 8680 4237
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