SAP Hybris Technical Architect.
- SAP Hybris Technical Architect
- Perm role
Adaps has been scouted to source SAP Hybris Technical Architect for Hybris implementation for a major retailer in Sydney. This is a client-facing role and requires interaction with customer, stakeholders and other teams on technical architecture.
* Proven track record in running technical workshops with customer to do feasibility assessment of requirements
* Minimum 5 years’ experience in working on eCommerce systems as a technical lead or architect (SAP Hybris, IBM Websphere, Demandware, Oracle ATG)
* At least 3 years’ experience in design and implementation of SAP Hybris Commerce v6 suite
* Significant experience in hands on full lifecycle, production-scale SAP Hybris Commerce implementations.
* Experience in extending the core Hybris platform to support custom development
* In-depth functional knowledge of SAP Hybris Commerce suite
* Minimum 1 year experience on DataHub Integration or any other integration tool
* Strong communication and written skills
Duties and Responsibilities:
* Participate in the evaluation and implementation of vendor application software and tools
* Lead the development of solutions architecture for complex systems, ensuring consistency of requirements with enterprise architecture with Hybris Commerce framework
* Independently lead the estimation effort for a project
* Provide expert advice to cross-functional and cross-platform application development teams
* Consult on integration and conversion activities, experiences and considerations
* Act as subject matter expert on Hybris Commerce Suite
* Mentor peers and lead technical implementation teams
* Provide support on new business opportunities, RFP responses, architecture assessments
How to apply:
Please apply using the link below or call Rams on 03 8506 6524 for further details. Applications closes based on the volume of applications received. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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