Enterprise Architect (EA) for Work Force Management

(7 years of information technology experience, 3 years functioning as an enterprise solutions architect, enterprise architecture certified or equivalent experience using industry standards)experience across work force management applications, integrations, reporting, security, business process framework, and extensibility (custom objects)., demonstrate solid business and organizational skills, and leadership across each of the following architecture domains 1) application (work force management, back office), 2) data and 3) infrastructure prior related experience in enterprise hospitality/retail prior related customer advisory/consulting experience with large enterprises prior related testing experience pre- and post-go-live proficiency in application architecture, data architecture, and network/cloud infrastructure architecture proficiency in application integration architecture (eipaas, api, esb, connectors) proficiency in application reporting and analytics proficiency in enterprise and application security proficiency in applications utilizing sales forecasting, demand forecasting, labor forecasting and labor scheduling experience in analysis and use of design tools and methodologies experience developing architectural drawings and road maps experience being an evangelist for a bigger picture strategy, integrating the business and technological vision, connecting the dots across business needs, technologies, processes, and information proven experience in large-complex technical efforts including m&a, maximizing current investment and optimizing process complexity proven experience with future state architecture, taking business to the next level, creating competitive advantage to the business. proven experience in large, complex scale projects. outstanding presentation skills, ability to effectively influence able to work autonomously and exhibit excellent judgment strong technical leadership of development teams and vendors excellent team building and inter-personal skill ability to work in a team in a matrix with multiple reporting lines, and may extend outside the organization including suppliers, partners and customers
Contract W2, Contract Independent, Contract Corp-To-Corp, 10 Months
$80 - $100
Work from home not available Travel not required

Job Description

The Enterprise Architect (EA) for Work Force Management/Back Office project is responsible for aligning the implementation with business and technology goals, vision, and detailed functional/technical requirements. Includes alignment with all other architectural domains including data architecture, infrastructure, enterprise security, integration strategy, and business strategy.

Recommend and participate in activities related to the design, development and maintenance of the Enterprise Architecture (EA). Develop Enterprise Architecture artifacts and governance processes using Visio, Excel, or other visualization tools specific to the Work Force Management solution.

RESPONSIBILITIES: (Top 5 should cover 80% of the important job functions)

  1. Provide critical technical input during technical and functional design meetings ensure teams are leveraging the Work Force Management/Back Office investment properly across all technical work streams. Aid in design recommendation/decisions and provide cohesion across disparate teams
  2. Review/contribute to/create strategy and architecture/design documents, ensuring alignment with the broader company roadmap and strategy
  3. Participate in detailed technical design for hosting, conversions, integrations, reporting, security, and business process configuration
  4. Ensure the Work Force Management/Back Office solution design is efficient for project timeline adherence as well as long-term maintainability
  5. Assist during testing and post go-live phases to ensure appropriate feature uptake, product stability and uptime

(other important duties/responsibilities)

6. Represent the EA organization for application, data, and infrastructure domain specific initiatives by managing, and at times leading these initiatives from an EA perspective

7. Quickly learn about the non-Work Force Management enterprise systems and projects that overlap or have inter-dependency with the Work Force Management/Back Office project, to provide efficient use of project resources (avoiding duplication of effort, etc)

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6120 Hellyer Ave, Ste #100 San Jose, CA, 95138

Dice Id : RTX168aa7
Position Id : 6196105
Originally Posted : 7 months ago
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