Infrastructure Architect- Leeds, £75k + Benefits

Reference: 7796_1659611272 Date Posted: 04.08.22

Infrastructure Architect- Leeds, £75k + Benefits

Are you a proven Infrastructure Architect with experience designing complex solutions? Do you want to join an organisation that truly cares about their employees? I could have a great opportunity for you!

My client, a well-established, award-winning, financial services business based in the centre of Leeds are currently recruiting for an Infrastructure Architect to join their growing IT team. You would work in a strong team alongside a number of colleagues with varying specialisms, focusing on the design and development of the IT Infrastructure. The business is very focused on culture and was voted one of the best businesses to work for in Yorkshire previously!

Day to day you would work within a team of architects to design and develop the companies IT Infrastructure. Knowledge of networking alongside exposure to Microsoft technologies such as Azure & O365 would be beneficial.

What you can expect:

  • 26 days holiday + Bank Holidays (increasing with service)
  • Up to a 10% matched pension
  • Private medical insurance
  • Annual bonus scheme
  • 4x salary life assurance
  • Health care cash plan
  • Hybrid working
  • Competitive salary to £75,000
  • Fantastic opportunities to progress!

At Corecom, we don't just accept differences, we celebrate them and thrive on them for the benefit of our employees, our clients, and our candidates. Internally, we thrive from our differences and want our employees to be proud to be themselves and proud to be Corecom. Externally, we utilise those differences to help our clients and candidates strive for a more diverse and inclusive world.

Job location:
Leeds, West Yorkshire
Salary:
£65000 - £75000 per annum
Salary per:
annum
Job industry:
Networks and Infrastructure
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