IT Job Description Enterprise Architect *** FREE *** JD0002 (2 pages)
The Enterprise Architect role co-ordinates the development of architectural frameworks and leads the population of these frameworks with coherent and consistent architectural views. The individual is responsible for establishing the scope of the enterprise in question, setting down architectural principles and vision and for ensuring the rigour and integrity of the enterprise architecture, together with associated deliverables.
The Enterprise Architect should be familiar with and experienced in the application of one or more architecture frameworks and any associated architecture development methods, including at least one of the following: TOGAF, Zachman, FEAF/AGIMO.
The Enterprise Architect will be responsible for ensuring that the populated architecture framework is appropriate in the context of the business environment. The Enterprise Architect must be comfortable with leading a team of architects within business, application/systems, data/information and technical architecture disciplines and must be able to explain clearly the benefits of an architectural approach. They must be experienced in presenting and explaining the architectural views to stakeholders at all levels from technical/IT staff to Main Board/CEO. The Enterprise Architect should also be able to develop portfolios and programmes of work to deliver the enterprise architecture.
The Enterprise Architect will typically have experience in at least one of the 4 contributing architecture disciplines: business analysis, applications/systems engineering, data/information architectures and technical architectures.
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