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Enterprise Architect in San Francisco, CA at NextGen

Date Posted: 6/8/2018

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Job Description

ENTERPRISE ARCHITECT


ESSENTIAL SKILLS/REQUIREMENTS:



  • Have a proven background designing and architecting Technical Solutions, with multiple years' experience in an Enterprise environment. Strong background in architecture best practices, diagrams and/or methods.

  • Strong understanding of integration techniques and use of technologies.

  • Strong communication skills

  • Strong collaboration skills, able to partner with an capability SME or vendor to architect design and execute solution delivery

  • Strong infrastructure security experience, ensuring security is baked into the design and standards are followed (ie limited access)

  • Have broad experience of technologies in the Cloud, Windows, Unix, Active Directory, Palo Alto, networking, security.

  • Lead Technical Design Authority to ensure that technical decisions are made in a timely way and in line with the overall enterprise/technical architecture, such that the delivery teams are able to maintain delivery velocity.

  • Lead the design of technical services and identify and plan required systems integration, selecting necessary platforms and technologies to meet project requirements and user needs.

  • In collaboration with the Solution Architect provide technical leadership and consultancy to both internal and external development teams, ensuring infrastructure is fit for purpose, whilst meeting time and budget restraints.

  • Build and maintain technical roadmaps, looking ahead for future opportunities or blockers and ensuring decisions by development teams align with the strategy

  • General knowledge of cyber security

  • Experience with Enterprise Infrastructure SDLC/delivery best practices in an enterprise environment.


RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Design for new solutions

  • Standard solution configuration

  • Technology roadmap development, management, and maintenance

  • Implementation strategies, plans, and execution

  • Capacity and performance planning

  • Integration with related infrastructure engineering efforts

  • Alignment and integration with information security requirement

  • Definition and development of operational KPIs and metrics

  • Disaster recovery/business continuity integration