Enterprise Architect
9th October, 2023

Must be able to obtain Negative Vetting Level 1

 

The company is seeking a detail-oriented Enterprise Architect to assist in the operations of our organisation. The Enterprise Architect’s responsibilities include improving the current IT infrastructure, optimising business operations, and setting the direction and approach for integrating information applications and programs. The Enterprise Architect is also responsible for cataloging, developing, coordinating, communicating, maintaining, and enforcing overall enterprise architecture models, representations, initiatives, capabilities, and components to adequately perform the organisation’s business and technology activities.

 

The specified personnel is required, but not limited to:

  • Evaluating internal functions, business development strategies, ICT processes, and suggesting improvements.
  • Creating business architecture models to reflect the organisation’s strategies and goals and creating and implementing business visions and goals.
  • Evaluating systems engineering, talent recruiting, and accounting models for discrepancies and vulnerabilities.
  • Suggesting ideas to reduce costs in ICT and business leadership.
  • Providing business architecture and systems processing guidance.
  • Ensuring the efficiency, security, and support of the organisation’s goals.
  • Creating methods for compliance architecture, such as data storage, metadata management, and change control.
  • Determining and implementing build versus buy strategies, mentor personnel, and views of the overall business strategy.
Essential criteria
  • Demonstrated experience in evaluating internal functions, business development strategies, ICT processes, and suggesting improvements.
  • Creating business architecture models to reflect the organisation’s strategies and goals and creating and implementing business visions and goals.
  • Evaluating systems engineering, talent recruiting, and accounting models for discrepancies and vulnerabilities. Suggesting ideas to reduce costs in ICT and business leadership.
  • Providing business architecture and systems processing guidance.
  • Ensuring the efficiency, security, and support of the organisation’s goals.
  • Creating methods for compliance architecture, such as data storage, metadata management, and change control. Determining and implementing build versus buy strategies, mentor personnel, and views of the overall business strategy.
  • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills and demonstrated ability to engage with a variety of internal and external stakeholders including non-technical senior managers.
  • Proven ability to collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams of business, technology, external suppliers and other subject-matter experts.

 
Desirable criteria
  • Familiarity with Federal Government ICT 

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