Develop relationships with key business and IT executives and become an expert on customers' implementations of Salesforce understanding their CRM and wider enterprise architecture as well as their top business goals and needs.
This position will have proven collaboration and negotiation skills, and will consult with multiple business teams across Digital, Data Science, Finance and Operations as well as with technology development leaders to deliver key business objectives.
The role of the Enterprise Architect is to take this knowledge and ensure that the business and IT are in alignment. The enterprise architect links the business mission, strategy, and processes of an organization to its IT strategy, and documents this using multiple architectural models or views that show how the current and future needs of an organization will be met in an efficient, sustainable, agile, and adaptable manner.
The IT Enterprise Architect will have specific focus on our Remote Operations Services (ROS) environments. As a leader in the oilfield services industry, Baker Hughes uses its ROS technologies to collect, communicate, and analyse field operations data from a variety of sources both on land and offshore.
Responsible for the development, implementation and/or maintenance of the overall big data architecture and necessary technical solutions on behalf of the vision provided by the Parkland Health and Hospital System.
The Database Platform Architect will lead IT transformation initiatives, systems optimization projects and provide direct influence on technology strategy and direction for the technology infrastructure service organization.
As a member of the EA team, you will work closely with business and technical teams across the company to use EA to deliver business outcomes, to drive technology strategy at NIC, and to increase the effectiveness of the EA framework and processes
The Enterprise Architect Information Architecture is responsible for the overall design of the enterprise information architecture, across multiple data types (structured, semi structured and unstructured), balancing the need for access against security and performance requirements.