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We are looking for consultants with proven leadership experience within application architecture, technical architecture, and data architecture. Assignments could be focused on setting architecture direction, enabling the direction set for the department, or leading teams to deliver business capabilities through development and implementation of technical solutions. The successful architect should have experience architecting and supporting vendor products in a complex environment.
All positions are considered leadership positions within the department.
This specific IT architect position is more data-related and requires technical hands-on data experience with all aspects of data acquisition, transformation, transport, validation, and including application performance to name a few of the data experiences required. Some additional details are:
Set direction for data architecture aspects of document composition/management solutions, specifically for communications to customers.
Possess a deep understanding of document composition and document management technologies, including traditional printing technologies as well as electronic delivery mechanisms. Includes understanding of both structured data techniques and unstructured data solutions.
Build team of data analysts needed to develop and drive data architecture for customer communications solutions.
Clearly communicate complex technical and business concepts to project teams/project leadership, and architecture leadership within IT and business organizations.
Create, apply, and approve architectural content and complex cross-discipline architectures or strategies.
Integrate industry trends.
Partner with architects and analysts to integrate data architecture effectively with application and technical architectures into the overall solution architecture
Understand foundations to the solution lifecycle to produce solutions designs that are viable and can be successfully constructed, implemented, operated and managed.
Sponsor architectural efforts and bring balance and influence to both architecture decisions and business requirements and vision.