The largest ICT employer in Hungary, Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions (formerly IT-Services Hungary, ITSH)is a subsidiary of the Deutsche Telekom Group. Established in 2006, the company provides a wide portfolio of IT and telecommunications services with more than 5000 employees. ITSH was awarded with the Best in Educational Cooperation prize by HIPA in 2019, acknowledged as one of the most attractive workplaces by PwC Hungary’s independent survey in 2021 and rewarded with the title of the Most Ethical Multinational Company in 2019. The company continuously develops its four sites in Budapest, Debrecen, Pécs and Szeged and is looking for skilled IT professionals to join its team.
Automotive Deal Architect (REF652T)
Supporting the giants of the Automotive industry by designing state of the art IT solutions.
- Create and High-Level architectural designs (including blueprint, scope, requirements, service design, compliance) and review Detailed Designs from engineering.
- Architecture/Solution Consultancy to Customer
- Responsible for Service Development/Enhancements and Service Roadmap content (new Releases, additional Features).
- Identify Service or Application-Landscape Improvement opportunities contribute to pre-Sales opportunities from an architectural perspective.
- Continuous focus on Solutions with increased automation.
- Knowledge of typical Architecture activities (Requirements management, write High Level Designs, discussing and presenting solutions, provide effort estimates).
- Knowledge of the following areas:
- Hosting (VMware, Wintel, Linux, Hyperconverged),
- Databases (Oracle & SQL)
- Storage (HDS, NetApp, EMC),
- Networking (switching, routing, firewall),
- Security & Compliance incl. Monitoring/Logging
- Knowledge of Cloud technologies (Private, Public, Hybrid)
- Strong focus on Application Management/Delivery
- Preferably experience with working on large(r) accounts (international). Preferred: Automotive industry
* Please be informed that our remote working possibility is only available within Hungary due to European taxation regulation.
Budapest, Debrecen, Szeged, Pécs