Job Description

BUSINESS ARCHITECT
12.00 to 15.00 Years
1
RALEIGH [United States]
IT
17/05/2019
17/06/2019
Job Title: Business ArchitectDuration: Long TermLocation: Raleigh, NCJob Description:The Business Architect leads the review and analysis of the organization’s business intentions, services, processes and information needs to identify changes that lead to business improvements.Key accountabilities Provide advice about the feasibility and suitability of proposed solutions to optimize business performance Lead and manage a team to provide customer focused services Facilitate strong working relationships with key stakeholders to support collaboration, the exchange of information and issues management to build on existing relationships and influence outcomes. Work with key stakeholders to define business requirements and trends to enable informed business decisions and service level improvements Provide plain language advice on technical issues to non-technical audiencesKey challenges Identify interdependencies and balance competing demands to ensure project objectives are achieved Establish effective teams and relationships with stakeholdersStrategy and Architecture – Takes full responsibility for business analysis within a significant segment of an organization where the advice given and decisions made will have a measurable impact on the profitability or effectiveness of the organization. Establishes the contribution that technology can make to business objectives, defining strategies, validating and justifying business needs, conducting feasibility studies, producing high-level and detailed business models, preparing business cases, overseeing development and implementation of solutions, taking into account the implications of change on the organization and all stakeholders. Guides senior management towards accepting change brought about through process and organizational changeREQUIREMENTS DEFINITION AND MANAGEMENT - Facilitates scoping and business priority setting for large or complex changes, engaging senior stakeholders as required using DESIGN THINK techniques. Selects the most appropriate means of representing business requirements in the context of a specific change initiative through Customer Journey Mapping, Empathy Mapping techniques Drives the requirements elicitation process where necessary, identifying what stakeholder input is required. Proven experience in EPIC/Feature elaboration in a AGILE/SaFE set up. Obtains formal agreement from a large and diverse range of potentially senior stakeholders and recipients to the scope and requirements, plus the establishment of a base-line on which delivery of a solution can commence. Takes responsibility for the investigation and application of changes to programme scope. Identifies the impact on business requirements of external impacts affecting a programme or project Drives Current and Target State Business Process Design in support of the initiativeTools and Frameworks –Design Thinking, BIZBOK, ARIS Business Process Design and Modelling, JIRA, Version One, Lean, Six Sigma,Best Regards,Raj