Enterprise Architect


  • Technology Architecture

  • Strategic Planning

  • Software Architecture

  • Program Management

  • Job Posted: Tuesday, March 17, 2015

  • Expires On: Wednesday, December 17, 2014

  • Job Type: Contract

  • Duration: 1+ years

  • Desired Salary: $156.25/hr

  • Work Authorization: Citizen

An Enterprise Architect is someone that is driven by potential—A trailblazer of innovation. An EA is someone that dares to take risks and is excited about the opportunity to work on problems that have never been attempted. As an innovator, an EA is the kind of person who thinks outside the box and is always excited about thenext challenge.
The principle purpose of the Enterprise Architect (EA) is to lead architects and engineers in defining the target state architecture across domains that will support future business needs and align to the overall IT strategy. This role works across all domains and technologies to recommend improvements and enhancements in the current environment.

The Enterprise Architect also has primary responsibility for leading the development of roadmaps and migration plans for integration of business, information systems, and infrastructure that typically streamlines interfaces, reduces redundancy and business costs, improves time-to-market of products and services, and improves product quality and customer satisfaction. They make recommendations regarding these plans, associated risks, costs and benefits to C-level executives.

In addition, the Enterprise Architect facilitates the development, implementation, and maintenance of standards, guidelines, and statements of direction for designated domain portfolios. This position will also collaborate with applications system architects, data architects, business analysts, and other stakeholders to enable and ensure consensus on the architectural model and direction. The Enterprise Architect will also ensure a proper level and pace of change and integration of technologies, considering present and envisioned business environment, technology environment, and technical platforms, and global strategies for future integration. 

The Enterprise Architect will be responsible for supporting enterprise-wide (EA) management processes, including defining architecture standards, review of requested changes or exceptions to the architecture, and establishing solution selection criteria that ensures standards based decision making is leveraged when making technology decisions. This individual will also oversee development of deployment architecture for major programs.
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