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Domain Solution Architect

Job Title: Domain Solution Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,England
Industry:
Salary: £70000 - £80000 per annum
REF: Domain architect_45991
Contact Name: Colman Lincoln
Contact Email: colmanl@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Solution Architect / Application Architect / SOA / BPM / Corporate Functions / HR / Finance / Marketing

Montash is currently retained by an European, industry leading organisation and are seeking a Domain Architect specialising in Corporate Functions (HR/Finance/Tax/Audit). The ideal candidate will have in-depth experience designing Architectures for a large organisation, ideally within a fast-paced environment with multiple stakeholders.

The Architect will have progressed from a Solution Architect background within a specific domain such as HR or Finance and still be able to guide and formalise solution architectures as well as define and Enterprise Architecture roadmap for the corporate functions.

The Domain Architect will be part of the group's architecture practice and will work closely with other solution architects and domain specialists to provide industry leading solution architecture design on major £MM programmes.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be part of a high profile, influential team and has to be able to demonstrate analytical, technical and leadership qualities. The Domain Architect will operate at an enterprise level but provide expertise on multiple projects playing a key role in the large change and transformation programmes currently happening across the organisation.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for:
Designing end to end complex solutions compatible with the technical strategic architecture

define and create the Architecture Roadmap for the Group Corporate Functions and engage buy-in from senior stakeholders

Work closely with the Solution Architects within corporate functions to ensure scalable, coherent architecture aligned to the enterprise roadmap

Drive the corporate functions architecture roadmap to ensure cost-effective, reusable solutions are defined

Progress from a Solution Architecture background with experience of a relevant technology i.e. SAP / Peoplesoft / Northgate

Liaising closely with senior stakeholders across the Business and IT

Define IT solutions and work closely with the Solution Development team to ensure best of breed solution design

Providing support towards the delivery of the group solution architecture strategy for corporate functions

Gather requirements from business users

The individual will be a collaborative individual with excellent communication and stakeholder management skills. A highly competitive package is on offer for the right candidate.

If this excellent opportunity is of interest or for a conversation about the market in general, please contact Colman Lincoln on 0207 014 0230 colmanl@montash.com

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