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Enterprise Solution Architect 14117


Our client is hiring a Enterprise Solution Architect that will lead the definition and application of architecture requirements, principles and models that guide business and information technology (IT) decisions, and contributes to the development of the future-state road map for evolving the business solution domain portfolios.

The Enterprise Solution Architect is also responsible for helping the concept and project teams assess solution alternatives based on the business and IT strategies and desired capabilities, and assembling an Order-of-Magnitude estimate for the components in the solution alternatives during the propose and research phases of a concept, and integrating the solution into the high level architecture roadmap, and helping project teams to decompose the solution into packages, and integrate the packages into a master delivery schedule.

Requirements:

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university of College
Experience in SAP is required
Experience in contributing to the development of Architecture capabilities, standard architecture practices, principles, models and artifacts.

Experienced in working with concept and project teams and domain architects (e.
g.
, application lifecycle, infrastructure, integration, etc.
) to develop architecturally-sound solutions for evaluation to achieve alignment, sequencing and readiness across business area portfolios (programs and projects chosen for investment) and the enterprise portfolio.

Contribute to the development of various reference architectures and solution patterns as new reference and solution patterns are developed in the course work.

Partner with Strategy, Innovation and Architecture and other areas (e.
g.
, Architecture Governance, Information and Knowledge Management, etc.
) of the Architecture practice in developing a framework that contributes to architecture future-state blueprints and roadmaps and align with the business plan in pursuit of business value.


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