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Enterprise Architect I, II, Senior

Company: Alaska USA Federal Credit Union
Location: Anchorage
Posted on: September 25, 2022

Job Description:

OverviewReports To: Manager, Enterprise ArchitectPrimary Functions: Develop and maintain enterprise architecture artifacts and models that will guide decision-makers to make more informed, effective, and impactful business and technology investment decisions through strategies, roadmaps and standards for domains and products across the organization.Duties and Responsibilities:Understanding the long-term ("big picture strategist") and short-term ("small picture tactician") perspectives of situationsBuilding and maintaining relationships with organizational stakeholders by leveraging consultative methodsProviding actionable recommendations about investment decisions, using technology to make that change happenLeading and facilitating discussions about the risks and implications of product decisions across the enterpriseTranslating business architecture and processes into technological decisions to support Product Management teamsLeveraging knowledge of business, operating, and financial models and frameworksCreative problem-solving around product / domain-specific challenges, while thinking about the effects on the rest of the organizationUnderstanding, connecting and articulating technology implications of business goals and vice-versaDemonstrating leadership qualities, self-motivation and ability to work in a collaborative team environment while navigating the political landscapeFacilitating difficult conversations, having a holistic and empathetic mindset, bringing concepts to life through presentations, showcasing excellent written, verbal, and presentation skillsDeveloping to-be architectures as part of curating a domain's artifactsDeveloping architectural and technical standardsDeveloping transition architecture to guide migration between as-is and to-be architecturesCreating roadmaps and strategies for long-term planningLeading discussions with vendors, value added resellers (VARs), and other 3rd partiesServing as a visionary in the field of the enterprise architecture disciplinePerform other duties as assignedQualificationsEducation: Bachelor's degree in Information Systems Management, Business Management, Computer Science, Engineering or related field.Creditable Experience in Lieu of Education: Equivalent in technical training and/or work experience. Knowledge of Enterprise Architecture Fundamentals; exposure to Enterprise Architecture software tools desired. Management/technology consulting experience.Experience/Skills: Ten years progressive experience working closely with Information Management or related fields with at least 3 of those spent in an EA role and with at least two years in a senior role. Modifying certified EA frameworks to make it practical for the organizational needs. Banking or Credit Union environment industry experience. Familiarity with Agile process development and Product Management methodologies. Intermediate to expert experience in SQL, Microsoft Excel (charting, graphing, pivot tables), Microsoft Visio (process flow diagrams), Microsoft Power Point and Microsoft Share Point. Knowledge of Enterprise Architecture Fundamentals; exposure to Enterprise Architecture software tools desired. Tenure: Assignment to the Enterprise Architect I category 08, Enterprise Architect II category 07 or Senior Enterprise Architect category 06 will be determined by the candidate's education or experience. Advancement requires management recommendation and will be based on the candidate's certifications and/or performance.Equal Opportunity Employer *AKUSA*

Keywords: Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Anchorage , Enterprise Architect I, II, Senior, Professions , Anchorage, Alaska

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