Coordinates design of subsystems and integration of total system. Identifies, analyzes, and resolves program support deficiencies. Develops and recommends corrective actions. May provide technical guidance for database administrators and software developers.
Hands-on experience in developing various PRPC activities, flows, flow actions, assignments, declarative rules, reports, and correspondence templates - Experience in client facing roles with technical presales, business development, and Proposal preparation.
Responsible for gathering and defining the architecture requirements and for ensuring that the architectures are compatible and in compliance with the appropriate IT organization and project standards.
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.
The Medical Solutions Systems Architect will report to the Sr. Marketing Manager and will be the technical consultant to the sales team, as well as managing integration projects either directly or in conjunction with business partners.
Performs expert-level 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.
The Product Area Architect for Cognitive Autonomy is responsible for articulating and promoting technologies, sensors, system of system, product architectures, and solutions that support all of NGMS business units, drawing from IRAD and CRAD investments and adjunct technologies to form a compelling and executable technology roadmap that challenges the status quo to achieve disruptive growth.
In this role, you will be responsible for articulating and promoting technologies, sensors, system of system, product architectures, and solutions that support all of NGMS business units, drawing from IRAD and CRAD investments and adjunct technologies to form a compelling and executable technology roadmap that challenges the status quo to achieve disruptive growth
Sr. Information Security Specialist - Security Architect role is responsible for improving application and systems security and will support efforts to minimize the possibility that coding, design, or configuration security vulnerabilities could work their way into production environments, presenting a potential point-of-compromise.
In this role, you will be responsible to develop technology solutions through collaboration with operations and engineering staff. Create high level documentation and work with staff and vendors who will be configuring newly built systems.
The Product Area Architect for Data Analytics is responsible for identify capability gaps and opportunities; identification and selection of candidate technologies to fill those gaps; and development/implementation of the associated technology development strategies and projects.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop, maintain, and execute processes for enforcement of technology standards, policies, and procedures; review/approve key project design deliverables (e.g., solution architecture, technical design).
Conduct technical assessment at customer site to document existing environment and to define customer requirements; Gather technical information and create workflows of the customers data environment. Including but not limited to Data Center Operations, System Architectures, Networking Infrastructure, Backup processes, applications, user access and business unit inter dependencies.
Solution Architect will be responsible for defining and driving the technical direction of prospective business opportunities, developing system architectures, providing leadership for proposals and strategic pursuits, as well as having significant input to shape the investments of the business.