Senior Solutions Architect
$60,000 USD/year Pay is set based on global value, not the local market. Most roles = hourly rate x 40 hrs x 50 weeks ($30 USD/hour)

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Are you a senior solutions architect with extensive experience in the telecommunications industry? Do your knowledge of BSS/OSS architectures set you apart? If you're looking for an opportunity to spearhead transformation in a rapidly evolving sector, Skyvera is your next home.

Skyvera is more than just another name in the telco industry. We stand distinctively at the forefront of change while most companies are just navigating the waves. Our ambition? To not only lead but reshape industry standards by propelling the telecom sector into the public cloud era and revolutionizing how carriers connect with their clients.

In this role, you will be responsible for upholding Skyvera’s standards and best practices, documenting everything from foundational business requirements and intricate test cases to comprehensive system designs. You'll champion standardization across projects, ensuring Skyvera remains a beacon of quality and consistency in the industry.

With a deep-dive approach, you'll plan and execute requirement workshops, grasp the intricacies of clients' business challenges, and align Skyvera’s solutions with their needs. With an emphasis on strategic business alignment and stakeholder engagement, your influence will extend far beyond your immediate tasks, shaping how we collaborate, innovate, and deliver.

If you're ready to drive innovation and make a lasting impact on the telecom landscape, join Skyvera where we value your expertise and passion.Your next defining career move awaits - apply now and let’s co-create telecom's future!

What you will be doing

  • Hosting requirement workshops with clients’ stakeholders to understand and document their specific needs and challenges
  • Communicating client requirements to our internal teams, ensuring a smooth transition from conceptualization to implementation
  • Architecting end-to-end telecom solutions and establishing standards to ensure consistency and quality across projects

What you will NOT be doing

  • Working in isolation from other departments, missing the synergy of inter-team collaboration
  • Implementing generic solutions without the opportunity to innovate or customize for specific client needs
  • Limiting yourself to a single domain without opportunities for exploring various telecom technologies

Key responsibilities

  • Ensuring our solutions not only meet technical specifications but truly resonate with clients' business goals

Candidate requirements

  • 4+ years of experience as a solutions architect within the telecommunications industry
  • Excellent knowledge of OSS/BSS architectures

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