In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible to support best practices to test and document each phase of a project; interface with network planning engineers regarding current and future projects.
In this role, the selected candidate will oversee, coordinate, and approve system architectural designs ensuring systems will meet functional and non-functional (performance, maintainability, security, scalability, etc.) requirements through throughout the lifecycle of the solution (release, deployment and on-going support & maintenance).
In this role, you will be responsible for provide initial analysis and recommendations to improve network, system and application architectures, designs, and implementations; responsible for reviewing and maintaining security architectural documentation and data flow diagrams.
In this role, the successful candidate will provide architectural guidance for data architecture needs of all EIM&A competency centers, information solutions teams, and projects to ensure data architectural alignment and standards adherence.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide architectural consulting as needed to programs, projects and initiatives. Maintain a continual improvement process within architecture to ensure our client is equipped to deliver as a leading global manufacturer.
In this position, you will ensure that the company negotiating team works and behaves in front of the client as a single entity with a common purpose. Estimates maintenance costs that are realistic, based on effort required, value delivered, and clients expectations.
In this role, you will coordinate with various project teams to communicate the necessity of security requirements and design constraints; analyze and make recommendations to improve network, system and application architectures, designs, and implementations.
The Enterprise Collaboration Architect is responsible for the Strategy and Roadmap for Collaboration technologies. The Enterprise Collaboration Architect will work closely with the other EA domains like Applications, Infrastructure, Cloud, Network and Security as well as with the business in order to identify, recommend, develop, and support cost-effective collaboration solutions and technologies for all aspects of the organization.
The Enterprise Network Architect will work closely with Network Architects and other EA domains like Applications, Infrastructure, Cloud, Network and Security as well as with the business in order to identify, recommend, develop, and support cost-effective networking solutions and technologies for all aspects of the organization.
In this role, you will educate the organization both from IT and the business perspectives on new approaches, such as testing hypotheses and statistical validation of results. Help the organization understand the principles and the math behind the process to drive organizational buy-in
In this role, the selected candidate will responsible for shaping discussion around business challenges, defining and presenting the optimal solution and ensuring that the solution is transitioned to the appropriate technical delivery consultants.