Solutions Architect - Infrastructure
Work on leading edge solutions in Data Centre, Cloud, Telecommunications
Defined career path with global Telecommuncations
Perfect role aligning to Pre-Sales Engineers
About the Role
The Architect is providing a pivotal and essential pre-sales role which engages with customers to deliver Telecommunications and ICT focused solutions. The role collaborates with other key internal teams to develop solutions consisting of multiple technologies to address clients and prospects business needs in a converged ICT services market. With a predominant focus on Federal Government, there will also be opportunities to work with the ACT Government and the Commercial Sector here in Canberra.
The role will have a primary and secondary speciality in one of the following technologies:
- Telecommunications products
- Routing and switching
- WLAN/WAN Optimisation
- Data Centre
Along with generalist technical knowledge in:
- Data Centre
- Cloud and 'aaS' delivered solutions
- Unified Communications
- Video conferencing
The position plays a key role in the sales engagement process, driving both customer experience and financial outcomes through providing technical expertise during the pre-sales phase. The role also provides a key link between the sales and professional services delivery teams. As such, The Architect will have significant experience in consultative and creative solution selling and experience in developing solutions that meet customer requirements. The Architect will need to exhibit in-depth technical knowledge of one of the above specialities to deliver solutions to customers and you will be involved during all aspects of the sales process including;
- Technical assurance of Solutions
- Design and review of architecture artefacts
- Ensure detailed ICT design documentation at a Senior level
- Technical support during the entire process
As the Architect, you will demonstrate a strong infrastructure background in the areas of telecommunications, information technology, applications and implementation/migration issues across a range of industries and markets along with experience capable of developing innovative / complex plans within your speciality.
Key accountability will be focused in the areas around:
- Customer Experience
- Deliverable solutions
- Partnerships with internal stakeholders
- Innovation and Continuous improvement
In return for your skills and demonstrated experience as a Solutions Architect, you will be rewarded with a strong base salary and OTE component along with full technical support from Head Office in Sydney and the local team on the ground in Canberra.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Stuart Gibbs on 02 6229 1571 quoting Ref No: 1B/08846
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