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Insurance Domain Enterprise Architect

Job Title: Insurance Domain Enterprise Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,England
Salary: £75000 - £85000 per annum + bonus
Start Date: 24/06/2014
REF: J2953_30834
Contact Name: Colman Lincoln
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Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash are currently recruiting on behalf of a Global Insurance Firm for a Domain Enterprise Architect.

They currently have an interim in place but need a permanent fixture as the role is growing in importance to the business. The Domain Architect will report in to the General Insurance Chief Architect and will need to form strong relationships with all regional and local Architects as well as Business Architects, in order to ensure full compliance with the overall roadmap and IT standards. The role is based in the UK however will involve frequent interntional travel

Desired Skills and Experience

Univesity degree is a requirement
Minimum of 6-10 years in IT Architecture with experience in the Insurance industry
Proven track record in IT Architecture delivery
An ability to manage both external suppliers and consultants
proven ability to drive through initiatives within the business under an ambiguous environment
TOGAF prefered
Previous experience with insurance applications such as Guidewire, claimcenter is preferable


Need to be able to influence and engage key stakeholders within the business at a senior level
Will be responsible for defining IT strategies and maintaining an enterprise wide IT vision within the Insurance Domain
selection of standards and governance within the domain
Implementing group IT strategies and Ensuring allignment with the business strategy
Investigate and promote the use of new technology strategies within the domain to support the wider company

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