- Great 6 Month Contract opportunity
- High level role
- Awesome Melbourne CBD Location
Be the main point of contact between the Infrastructure and Solutions architecture team with this great organisation
The Infrastructure Architect will provide overall infrastructure architectural guidance and design leadership. Specifically, this involves creating and leading the architectural design of new technology initiatives to Business Case e.g. cloud foundation, network standardisation.
The role will also provide input to existing projects and design on enhancements, collaborating across a broad range of stakeholders to achieve this.
The Infrastructure Architect is an expert advisor to the Solution Architecture team and coaches and mentors other Architects within the team.
The Infrastructure Architect should have experience with the following technologies or environments
- Windows Server: In-depth knowledge for application hosting, performance tuning and application deployments
- Linux Operating Systems
- Extensive knowledge and hands on technical experience with Cloud to include Public/Private or Hybrid -
- SQL Servers
- Microsoft Exchange or Office 365
- Azure/AWS/Google Cloud
- Active Directory
- Solution Sizing for hardware/software platforms
- Infrastructure Management Tools and monitoring tools
- F5 Load Balancers
- Virtualization and container technologies
- Familiar with Industry standard security requirements and designs.
- Analyse business requirements to develop technical systems solutions and their frameworks.
- Design data communications systems.
- Design and build experience with Production DR/HA/QA/Dev/Test environments.
- Perform system modelling, analysis, and planning.
- Develop technology roadmaps for Automation, Network Monitoring, Cloud, Infrastructure, & Security.
- Investigate, recommend and implement appropriate Automation Tools- Network, Firewalls, Physical or software defined
- Analyse, engineer, and execute software functions as well as Application Sizing
- Develop test plans, implementation plans, and project timelines for various projects.
- Stay abreast of how cutting-edge technology infrastructures are currently impacting and driving competitors.
- Determine production workload placement and performance needs direction.
- Write functional requirements/specifications documents.
- Assess vendor development/test strategies.
- Solve complex problems with many variables to include Familiar with various security, network, storage and computer platforms.
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Rutika Kawale on 03 86804220. Please quote our job reference number: 200170990.
Reference Number: 200170990_2
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