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Enterprise Architect

Company Name:
Beyondtekit
This is our direct-client is looking for an Enterprise Architect - Cedar Falls, IA. This is a permanent position and the Salary offered is DOE.
The Cedar Falls Office has an immediate opening for a full time Enterprise Architect in our Information Technology Division responsible for our logical and physical database design and administration.
Job Functions:
Develop enterprise architecture in a growing environment.
Develop practices, processes and communication vehicles for enterprise architecture success.
Establish architectural document requirements.
Establish architectural review tollgates.
Establish architectural document maintenance and distribution/sharing program.
Lead the creation and use of governing architectural principles, standards and strategies throughout the organization.
Provide leadership with cross-functional teams in the analysis and development of the roadmap.
Ongoing analysis of our industry and technology trends to determine the potential impact to the organization.
Consult with Program/Project teams to fit solutions into the enterprise architecture.
Requirements for this position are:
BS/BA Degree in Computer Science, Management Information Services or related field.
A minimum of ten years experience in IT with growing responsibilities in complex environments and at least three years in the architecture or strategic planning role.
Exposure to multiple application environments a plus.
Strong leadership skills.
Ability to translate business needs into enterprise architecture requirements.
Knowledge of structured and Agile project management methodologies.
Experience developing financial analysis to support the enterprise architecture process.

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