Big Data Job of the Day: Technology Architect – Big Data

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by Angela Guess

Infosys is looking for a Technology Architect – Big Data in Irvine, CA. According to the post, “Infosys is the business critical technology partner for the world’s most successful organizations. As a global leader in Business Transformation, Infosys provides strategic business consulting, technology, engineering and outsourcing services to help clients leverage technology and create impactful and measurable business value for every IT investment.” Responsibilities of the position include: “Client Facing Technical Lead/Architect role. Understand business drivers, functional and non-functional requirements. Develop Data strategy and data architecture. Responsible for architecting big data platforms with application knowledge to leverage queries. Provide Thought Leadership.”

Qualifications for the position include: “Extensive experience with Infrastructure, cloud space. Experience in Legacy Migration will be added advantage. Ability to utilize them in J2EE applications. Experience in Tomcat Migrations. Experience with any relational database. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Experience in delivering large enterprise level applications. Should be strong in conceptualizing and problem solving. Team leading skills with ability to present to senior management. Provide Mentoring to Junior Team members through knowledge share and reviews. Strong verbal and written communication with good exposure to working in a cross cultural environment. Should be able to mentor a team of technical architects of 5 and be able to network with Client technology leaders, Directors, VP, etc. Thought leader, participate in calls /relationships with analysts for the above areas. Identify and create patentable artifacts, guides and author papers and POV. Present POV at internal and external forums.”

Learn more and apply here.

photo credit: Infosys

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