Our client is looking for an Enterprise Architect to design solutions and integrate enhancements on their current system. This system provides a single source of data that is accurate, timely, complete and accessible to users. It integrates with other Agencies and provides a portal for users of systems to be able to enter reports using existing credentials.
This resource will guide the developers to implement strategies and design to improve efficiency and user experience when navigating the application; Incorporate changes as requested as a result of on-going quality assurance and quality control activities and data governance groups; Improvements to data collection based on research from the report; Expand system capabilities to be more flexible and scalable and to increase integration and access for partner agencies; Expand mapping improvements to Geospatial map layers.
Provide expertise and assistance in the development of system capabilities including determining technical requirements, testing, reporting, meeting state standards, modeling
Act as lead to the MNCrash development staff
Lead integration efforts with other agencies, municipal and county police agencies, and third-party vendors operating in the public safety space
Advise other entities on how best to build interfaces with the system.
Design integration architecture that will interface with other Agencies
Analyze and aid in resolving potential integration problems and other technology issues
Participate in research and related activities
Determine amount of work for program increments and sprints
Complete other related tasks as assigned by the Project Sponsor and the IT Manger
Provide knowledge transfer to state staff
8 years - Experience in Enterprise Architect role
Four engagements lasting more than 6 months in Enterprise Architect role.
5 years - Lead developer experience
3 years - Experience creating and architecting system and application solutions supporting multiple clients across multiple business units
Comprehensive knowledge of hardware, software, application, and systems engineering
Systems thinking – the ability to see how parts interact with the whole (“big picture” thinking)
Knowledge of IT governance and operations
Interpersonal and leadership skills – servant leadership, collaboration, facilitation, and negotiation skills
Communication skills – both written and verbal
Ability to explain complex technical issues in a way that non-technical people may understand
Project and program management planning and organizational skills
Time management and prioritization
Development or architect role in a public sector environment (i.e. Federal, State, County, City or Municipality government, or Higher Education)