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Azure Solution Architect

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  • Sector:

    Information Technology & Digital Services

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  • Salary:

    Hourly rate: $100 - $155 plus super

  • Contact:

    Aireen Santiago

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  • Published:

    24 days ago

  • Duration:

    12 Months Contract

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Start date: Estimated start date 1-07-2021
Maximum hourly rate: $100 - $155 per hour plus super
Location of work: Australian Capital Territory
Length of contract: 12 months from formal offer
Contract extensions: 2 x up to 12 months options to extend
Security clearance: Ability to obtain baseline clearance

Solution Architecture with the following skillsets

MS Azure StacK
A. Data Integration
i. Data Factory
ii. Data Catalog
iii. API Management
iv. Event Hubs
B. Data Store
i. Azure SQL
ii. SQL Data Warehouse
iii. Blob/File Storage
iv. Cosmos DB
C. Analytics
i. Data Science
ii. HDInsight
iii. Data Lake Analytics
iv. Stream Analytics
v. Azure search
vi. Data catalogue
Development Tools - GitHUBs, JIRA, DevOps Integration - Azure APIM
Data technology solution - sourcing (Oracle, Ingres, Azure, Wintel Server
Network file shares) , collecting, ingesting and storing
Data modelling and analytics solutions using - Excel, SAS, GAMS, R, Python Stata,
Selection criteria
Essential criteria | Weighting
* Azure Solution Architecture including Integration | 50%
* Azure Data Storage and Analytics | 30%
* Emerging Technologies, Virtual Agents, devops | 20%

***Further details on request***

If this sounds like you and you are up to the challenge, APPLY NOW!

Next Steps 

This is for an immediate start so do not delay APPLY now below, or email for further information.

Aireen Grace Santiago 
Account Manager (Category I)
Direct: 02 8310 8458
1.15, 98 Gloucester Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000

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