Must be able to obtain NV1.
The Enterprise Architect will be expected to develop a firm understanding of the holistic business current-state and desired outcomes, working with business Subject Matter Experts (SME) for domain expertise. Therefore, the ability to identify, shape and describe opportunities for technological innovation within the context of business outcomes and business problems will be vital to being successful in this role.
The role will be responsible for, but not limited to:
• Work collaboratively with the service design team and Indigo Program technical teams to design the solution approach for Tranche 2 work packages (aligned with the future state design)
• Develop an operational understanding of existing IT infrastructure, Program Design Standards and Tranche 1 work packages
• Collaborate directly with the Future State Design Lead and Service Design Stream Lead to ensure Enterprise Architectures are fit for purpose and meet business and user needs
• Liaise with the Program Delivery Manager, Director Technical Assurance and other Indigo technical resources to ensure Enterprise Architectures align with Indigo Program architecture, road maps and design standards
• Develop and/or review of technical documentation to support procurement, including participation in procurement evaluation activities.
• Specify key solution components and platforms, giving consideration to functionality, data, security, integration, infrastructure and performance.
• Develop and actively manage key internal and external relationships, including collaborating with key stakeholders to identify opportunities, achieve outcomes and facilitate cooperation. In addition to representing and explaining architectural views in various forums.
• Proven ability to deliver Enterprise Architecture in a complex ICT environment and meet business requirements which align with organisational/environmental constraints.
• Demonstrated knowledge and experience in producing innovative Enterprise Architecture for both current and future state.
• Strong communication skills, with the ability to translate between business and technical terminology.
• Proven ability to communicate with influence, negotiate outcomes and manage complex stakeholder relationships.
• Sound working knowledge of Enterprise Architecture methodologies (i.e. TOGAF, Zachman)
• Relevant tertiary qualifications in ICT or a related field
• Professional IT certifications in one or more architecture domains (business, data, applications and technology).
• Demonstrated knowledge of Commonwealth frameworks, including ICT frameworks.