Enterprise Architect - Application specialist

Responsibilities

Participate in and lead strategic projects

Develop and maintain strong client relations with senior and C-level executives—develop new insights into the client’s business model and pain points, and deliver actionable, high-impact results.

Conduct Goals, Question, and Metric exercise for aligning, defining and implementing overall organization objectives.

Participate in client engagements including oversight of business transformation activities.

Lead and mentor other architects within the Practice and across NTT Data to ensure high levels of client satisfaction during delivery.

Support business development through proactive opportunity identification, proposition development, RFP responses and supporting practice partners to close deals.

Provide project and programme support and help the account management team develop new opportunities within the client space.

Work with Engagement Managers and others to prioritize tasks and schedule activities.

Plan and ensure project execution is well within aggressive timelines.

Determine and articulate ROI for individual and overall services rendered during client engagements.

Contribute thought capital through the creation of executive presentations and position papers.

Experience (Must Have)

Consulting delivery

Enterprise Architecture consulting experience at a top tier consulting firm is preferable.

Prior responsibility for leading Enterprise Architecture Initiatives within a large corporate environment is desirable

Excellent presentation and communication skills in MS Office Tools (Power Point, Word, Excel)

Experience in working with large distributed teams in a highly dynamic environment, preferably involving an onshore/offshore model is highly desirable. EA skills and expertise

Specialism in three or more of the following: Business driver analysis , Business Model Analysis, Business Scenario Analysis, Business Capability Modeling, Enterprise Architecture Modeling, Enterprise Portfolio Management, Reference Architectures, Transition Planning, EA Governance, EA Maturity assessments, EA Value Management

A specialism in Business Architecture and/or Application Architecture

Some experience of Information Architecture or Infrastructure Architecture

A good technologist with an understanding of technologies covering solution architecture, application architecture and infrastructure is an advantage.

Experience in design and startup of an EA function within a large corporate environment.

Techniques & tools

Extensive experience with models frameworks and techniques Business Model Canvas, REA, Business Capability Modeling, TOGAF, IT-CMF, Val-IT, and Risk-IT

Experience of one or more EA tools: Troux, Alfabet Planning IT, Mega, etc. Business development

Experience in identifying opportunities for x-sell and up-sell when on engagement

Experience in leading development of proposals and RFP responses Industry sectors

Deep expertise in Banking and Financial Services.

Experience (Nice to Have)

A strong and well-rounded understanding of business process management issues, reengineering techniques and sourcing decision frameworks is required. Extensive knowledge of SOA, Micro-services strategies and governance structures.

Knowledge of regulatory influences facing specific industries (GDPR, PSDII)

CISA, CISM, CISSP certification Role demands

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