Role Title: Cloud Transformation - Engagement Advisory (Inside IR35)
Contract Length: 6 months
Engagement Type: PAYE / Umbrella
We have learnt during the recent global situation that remote working can, and has, worked for our world-class advisory teams. Whilst we have three core offices (London, Manchester and Leeds) we are open to remote workers within a sensible vicinity to one of our 21 UK offices with a view to being onsite at least one day per week. Post-pandemic, there may be travel required to client site.
KPMG’s Cloud Transformation practice is an award-winning team of over 50 consultants that helps clients transform the way CIOs and their teams deliver technology services to their business stakeholders.
Our team help the UK’s largest and most complex organisations develop cloud strategies, build the operating models, architectures and capabilities to deliver value from cloud, and operate their cloud or hybrid estates effectively and cost-efficiently. We use KPMG’s deep industry insights, C-suite relationships, cloud architecture capabilities, alliances and cloud adoption accelerators ranging from our cloud value labs and KPMG Cloud Cost Management models to our controls frameworks and landing zones.
We work with our 200+ strong engineering teams to implement these strategies and solutions – sitting at the heart of major transformations across the UK, helping technology executives convert business strategy into compelling technology outcomes.
COVID has accelerated the demand for our services and need to rapidly grow the team, we need Senior Architects that are comfortable engaging with C-suite leaders across Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare using expertise in one or more of the following disciplines.
KPMG’s Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare (IGH) practice is at the forefront of helping to define and transform key public services for the United Kingdom. We are working with clients to shape public policy and develop new approaches to delivering better quality services in a digital age. Our work is helping national and local government to define how services will be delivered to people across the country; our work covers a wide spectrum of public services including health care, education, offender management, policing, border security, transport, international trade, and services for agriculture, food and the environment as well as services for employment and tax/benefits management
Senior architects are required to use their industry experience and subject matter knowledge to provide services in the following areas: