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Business Solution Architect

Job Title: Business Solution Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Wiltshire
Industry:
Salary: £400 - £500 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 months +
REF: BSA200317_1490025802
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a Large Company in Wiltshire to source a Business Solution Architect to work on a Customer Communications Project.

You will be replacing a currennt Business Solution Architect to complete the operational design within the operations division. You will deliver a final state operating model for implementation and provide architectural skills to finalise the operating design.

You will have had proven experience as a Business Solution Architect and have the ability to work and engage with a variety of stakeholders across the company at a senior business level.

Experience of working within an Operational Division and Financial Services would be prefered.

Typical Skills & Competencies of a Business Solution Architect

  1. Strong stakeholder management and an ability to explain complex issues to senior management.
  2. Analytical skills with a robust grasp of architectural thinking and governance
  3. Facilitated business workshops, assessed future state capability, documented requirements
  4. A wide exposure to and experience of architecting and delivering business change, including organisational, systems, business process, and multi-disciplinary, cross-functional change
  5. The ability to deliver solutions that provide optimal business and customer outcomes, whilst maintaining the required commercial focus
  6. An understanding or the ability to quickly gain an understanding of our developing business roadmaps and operating models including our sourcing approach
  7. Experience in creating and managing complex, well-engineered documentation materials appropriate to the audience and situation that enable timely and informed decision making
  8. Responsible for shaping, developing and modelling the end to end business solution design
  9. Personal drive to understand the bigger picture and contribute to and shape the current and future business capability
  10. Developed and implemented operational and change delivery models

business solution architect / solution architect / TOM / business solution design / operational area / operating design / end to end business solution design

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