Acts as a lead expert resource in the exchange of architectural information for project teams, the business and/or outside vendors.Manages / directs activities related to analysis and design of architecture on larger, high risk / complex projects.
Responsible for the development and systemization of product and user experiences in the form of detailed flows, architecture diagrams, high level content strategy and conceptual UI design of consumer-facing products or employee tools.
The IT Architect II develops and maintains respective architecture framework / solution that supports the most efficient, reliable, scalable, and secure solutions to meet the business needs and technology strategy; this includes planning, evaluating, recommending and designing architectural solutions in compliance with enterprise standards.
As an IT Security Architect, you will be responsible for IT security solutions, incident response, and vulnerability assessments/remediation for the organization as well as assisting in creation of security standards within the security team, leading security architectural designs, with a focus on network and event management to ensure adequate security solutions are in place throughout all IT systems and platforms to mitigate identified risks sufficiently and to meet business objectives and regulatory requirements.
Ensures that the CMS technical baseline, which consists of custom software, integrated Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) software, and networked hardware products, is compliant with contract requirements and system performance goals.
Performs complex systems development and design work that may include logic design, I/O design, firmware development, model formulation, manufacturing and development cost projections, computer architecture analysis and design, and analog or digital systems engineering.
Provide IT Architecture support to the strategic planning, design, modeling, development, transition and operations of a global network enterprise. Research, design, develop and recommend solutions to integrate infrastructure (including people, processes and technology) toward future service models.
The IT Data Communications Architect is responsible for expert level design and architecture standards required for installation/configuration, operation and support of systems hardware, software, and services related to enterprise wide data communications infrastructure.