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Solution Architect

United States, Hawaii, Honolulu
818 Ke’eaumoku Street (Show on map)
Jun 30, 2024
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. Influence information strategy: By partnering with business unit leadership, and through the rationalization of the information value chain, the information architect will provide strategic recommendations to maximize the value of information assets via their creation, access and use.
  2. Promotes the business value of EA as an enabler of strategy formulation, and as support for technology innovation, which drives the organization's top and bottom lines.
  3. Facilitates business and IT alignment through a collaborative, supportive and consultative manner, driving the organization's digital business strategies and balancing innovation and growth.
  4. Leads the analysis of business and operating models, market trends and the technology industry to determine their potential impact on the enterprise's business strategy, direction and architecture.
  5. Constructs technology-enabled business and operating models and provides viable options and visibility into execution issues.
  6. Provides perspective on the readiness of the organization to change and innovate.
  7. Uses planning-driven, design-driven and learning-driven approaches to construct future- and current-state business models.
  8. Assesses disruptive forces impacting the organization and identifies technology-enabled innovation opportunities that enables business strategy.
  9. Tracks and applies innovative technologies, anchoring them in the business and operating model to assess their potential.
  10. Provides consultative advice to business leaders and organizational stakeholders who seek actionable recommendations to make investment decisions about the next business and operating model of their organization, using technology to make that change happen.
  11. Leads and facilitates interaction with business leaders, product managers and product owners in a business-driven conversation over the risks and implications of the product decision to the line of business, business unit and greater enterprise.
  12. Positions the EA practice at the intersection of business and IT. Ensures the EA practice is designed and enabled to help formulate, translate and execute business strategy.
  13. Works with business leaders to identify key drivers and targeted business outcomes to derive useful business context.
  14. Leads analysis of the business' future-state capabilities and future (and current) IT environment to detect critical deficiencies and recommend solutions for improvement to drive the business forward.
  15. Leads analysis of the IT environment to detect critical deficiencies and recommend solutions for improvement.
  16. Collaborates with infrastructure and project teams to ensure consistency with the enterprise architecture, as well as to identify when it is necessary to modify the enterprise architecture.
  17. Understands and keeps up to date with technology trends to enable evolving business and operation models.
  18. Identifies and maps governance activities required to support regulatory compliance, and architecture assurance.
  19. Ensures alignment of business roadmaps from current to future state technology roadmaps.
  20. Maintains documentation of design and architecture analysis work.

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