Enterprise Architect - Financial Services
Posted on Feb 6, 2021 by Orbis Consultants Limited
Azure Cloud Enterprise Architect
At a glance
The Enterprise Architect at Chief Architect & Data Management (CADM) translates the strategic vision of the bank to different scenario's and then to enterprise architecture. What will be your next step step? Tell us your story, we are curious!
The Enterprise Architect, with a focus on Azure Cloud Infrastructure, has the skills to architect cloud infrastructure at a global scale. This covers our channels, platforms, infrastructure, integration and application development capabilities.
It means we expect:
- You are seen as a leader, who can develop an architecture vision, guide and facilitate development teams through architecture development and implementations. You are pragmatic and realistic, but at the same time set the vision and inspire everyone to follow. You connect the dots, paint the bigger picture and future vision.
- Expert across Azure cloud with experience delivering transformations at scale.
In this role you are responsible for the Enterprise Architecture development, delivery and control.
- You modernise our technology architecture by using reference models, layers, and abstractions. Create architecture vision documents to guide agile development teams. These documents include: future state architectures, reference models, guidelines and standard. All of these are maintained in our Enterprise Architect Repository.
- You carefully follow the latest technology trends and developments, and determine the impact it could have on the organization. If required you guide the implementation of future-proof business solutions by using your tough leadership skills. Provide, if required, hands-on architecture leadership on complex, innovative proposals and projects.
- Demonstrated IT architecture leadership experiences in a complex organization with multiple business lines
- Broad and strong understanding in Azure Cloud area at enterprise level. Able to explain to both C-level and developer stakeholders the pros and cons of a strategic technical decision made over at least one of the following topics:
- CI/CD and DevOps
- Containerized/serverless applications
- Cloud-native applications
- Event-driven architecture
- Strong verbal communication skills and able to put conceptual idea in PowerPoint (PPT) for discussions with both C-level and developer consumers