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Cloud Architect End User Computing - London
Title: Cloud Architect End User Computing - London
Category: Accounting & Finance
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £50,000.00 - £70,000.00
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Hentsū has built a three year track record of growth on delivering public cloud technologies to the hedge fund and asset management industry. As we enter the next phase of accelerating growth we want to build out the portfolio of products and services that we offer based around the public cloud. We are seeking a Cloud Architect to drive this investment.

As an Architect for Hentsū collaboration solutions you will be the technological driving force involving Azure, Office 365, user collaboration such as SharePoint, Teams and unified communications.

You will:

Lead the design and deployment of cloud architectures and tooling, including hands-on technical work Define standards and best practices Be responsible for the security of our solutions and the spec to which the other teams will work Be responsible for hand-over to delivery teams and operations of ongoing client support Represent Hentsū at industry events and panels Requirements

You have:

Broad technical background, hands on experience managing diverse systems and technologies Deep experience with Azure, Office 365, Citrix/virtual desktops, SharePoint, Teams, file services/DFS Experience with VoIP and phone systems Experience using email filtering solution such as Mimecast Experience with corporate stack services and tools including Windows Active Directory, group policy, file services, Windows desktops and servers Experience with PowerShell and the drive to script and automate rather than manual work 3+ years design, architecture and hands-on implementation experience with complex technology solutions Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage stakeholders at different levels Great if you also have:

Experience using JIRA and the Atlassian suite Knowledge or experience configuring archive solutions such as Global Relay or native Office 365. Benefits

Work environment:

Having a pleasant work environment helps you function at your best - our office is located in London Moorgate, where we share vibrant office space with hundreds of London startups.

From an in-office beer and wine fridge, to staff socials and training opportunities, and private health insurance, working at Hentsu comes with a whole host of benefits in addition to our competitive pay.


We believe in lifelong learning - at Hentsu we offer on the job and soft skills training, and extensive opportunities for personal and professional development.

We support our employees as they gain skills in they will need to succeed and excel professionally.

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Hentsu request that recruitment agencies do not forward CV’s speculatively or in relation to any of the roles advertised on our website. Should we require any recruitment agencies involvement we will contact the agencies listed on our preferred suppliers list.

Hentsu will not recognise submissions of unsolicited or speculative CV applications from recruitment agencies. We also won’t be liable for any fee / commission should we employ a candidate that applied to us directly or through an instructed agency that may also have been submitted as an unsolicited or speculative application from an uninstructed recruitment agency.

Should a recruitment agency submit an unsolicited or speculative CV and then purports to render a claim for commission supported by correspondence and/or documentation containing a disclaimer indicating otherwise, our policy prevails.
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