Senior Solutions Architect, Wellington, Presto Resourcing Options

Published 2022-09-25
Expires 2022-10-25
ID #1184764561
200 NZ$
Senior Solutions Architect, Wellington, Presto Resourcing Options
New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington,
Published September 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior solutions architect
Min. Salary: 150.000

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Senior Solutions Architect

Role type: Permanent
Location: Wellington
Job published on: 20 September 2022
The Senior Architect is responsible for translating business strategy, business plans and technology roadmaps into cohesive enterprise, branch and portfolio strategies, roadmaps, and architectures. They will provide enterprise modelling, solution architecture assurance, reviewing technical architectures, managing architecture standards and promoting technology strategies into ICT portfolio planning. Ensuring alignment to business needs, industry good practice, alignment to the organization's ICT strategic plans and agreed principles, and optimal use of organisational technology assets and resources. To qualify, you must have: 
Proven experience (5+ years) with solution/data/technical architecture or enterprise architecture, particularly in the government sector and/or a service-oriented environment.
15+ years ICT experience.
Demonstrated extensive experience in the successful architecture delivery across several large programmes of work independently and/or demonstrated leadership skills to mentor and lead other architects.
Demonstrated experience in developing enterprise architecture strategies, principles and roadmaps.
A strong background of technical expertise in multiple domains such as: data, software, business analysis, infrastructure, security, integration, identity, network, cloud.
A thorough understanding of Architecture development frameworks, architecture modelling, principles and good practices, including All-of-Government standards, and producing high quality architecture artefacts.
Understanding of business needs, system functionality and business processes.
Understanding of management policies relating to the Te Tiriti o Waitangi Principles and the Crown's obligations to Māori.
Proven understanding and experience of Agile, Project Management methodologies, and Development Life Cycle principles and practice.
Ability to quickly acquire a deep understanding of the business and their strategic opportunities, to time engagement right, influence thinking and communicate in writing complex and technical concepts to different audiences.
A flexible approach and responsiveness to new ideas and activities, demonstrated by willingness to innovate, take on new challenges, roles and responsibilities.
“Big picture” thinker, particularly the ability to think “architecturally” about strategy and business environment and envision the relevant business implications and scenarios.
Strong interpersonal and networking skills. Initiates influential relationships with internal and external stakeholders and can influence at senior levels of the organisation.
Confidence to manage ambiguity and to make challenging architectural decisions which influence the achievement of organisational objectives.
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