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Cloud Architect

Location
Manchester, Lancashire
Salary
£600 to £700 Per Day
Job Type
Contract
Posted
19 Jul 2022
AWS Cloud Architect
Contract Length: 1 year (Potential for Year Extension)
Location: Hybrid/Remote
IR35: In scope

Advantage Resourcing are recruiting for a Cloud Architect on behalf of a Smart meter telecommunications company. A successful candidate will be able to define and drive the overall enterprise cloud architecture strategy and lead the vision around public cloud PaaS/IaaS and cloud based applications.

Job Specification

Key accountabilities:

Lead on behalf of the Contract Management team the following tasks:
Effective contract exit management of key contracts; and
Effective transition planning that will achieve the business goals.
Collaborate with the wider commercial function and Programme team to develop and maintain plans and actions that will deliver a safe contract exit.
Lead as the SME and provide in-depth knowledge of contract exit and transition best practice.
Ensure compliance with the company licence to minimise disallowed expenditure through price control and adhere to licence conditions.
Ensure that all necessary stakeholders (internal and external) are communicated with and aligned to the actions of effective Contract Exit Management.
Input into functional registers for e.g. risk, non-compliant activity, commercial cost savings etc.
Maintain comprehensive audit trails and justifications for price control.
Contribute to the Knowledge Management work of the commercial function.Skills and Experience Desirable

Good knowledge of the UK's Smart metering solution and systems.
Good knowledge of SEC and License Conditions, and solution compliance requirements.
Cost management and assurance
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Details

  • Job Reference: 661978540-2
  • Date Posted: 19 July 2022
  • Recruiter: Advantage Resourcing
    Advantage Resourcing
  • Location: Manchester, Lancashire
  • Salary: £600 to £700 Per Day
  • Sector: I.T. & Communications
  • Job Type: Contract