This job contributes to REI’s success by ensuring high quality architecture across a broad set of technologies and software applications as well as ensuring business performance targets are achieved. This is a senior individual contributor role with accountability for the coalescence of supporting platform and solution architectures developed in collaboration with other architects. You will support investment decision making, portfolio optimization, definition of design patterns and lead the selection of products. In your role you will create models describing current and future state capabilities and technologies both at the specific technology portfolio and business capability platform level. As part of the IT architecture community, you are accountable for designs which conform to our architectural principles, policies and imperatives. You will create and maintain reference models, actively participate in our architecture review process and engage in design reviews. A few areas that are going through transformation for which this individual will play architecture leadership role are Content Management and Digital Experience, Product Information Management, Ontology and Search. You will be:
· Accountable for the conceptual architecture at technology portfolio or business capability platform level ensuring the architecture quality, performance, security, availability, and flexibility of the solutions and for ensuring business performance targets are achieved via their architecture-related contribution to project delivery.
· Accountable to partner with other architects, IT and business leadership to document business and technology roadmaps, conceptual architecture models (business capability, technology, data) which include the transition states from the current to target architectures that support the Company’s strategic business plan.
· Help negotiate scope, phasing and approach for conceptual architectures.
· Support the determination and documentation of how the architectures will fulfill their functional and non-functional requirements and ensures alignment to architectural principles, standards and imperatives, and processes.
· Accountable to ensure that initiatives are assessed for architectural significance and reviewed as necessary by the architecture community as part of the Architecture Review Board. Participate in the Architecture Review Board contributing architectural opinion as to solutions across all portfolios.
· Collaborate with architects, engineers and product managers on a wide range of technology projects, including software development, package installation and infrastructure upgrades and changes. Influence requirements and contribute to identification, specification and recommendation of solution architectures.
· Consolidate the component solution architectures, define and facilitate cross-capability impacts and manage dependencies with other architects. Review and provide input on solution option evaluations (e.g. build or buy and design patterns) and contribute to the overall design of the solutions from discovery and analysis to design in waterfall, agile/scrum and hybrid initiatives.
· Accountable to ensure that current and future state conceptual and logical models for this capability domain are documented in the enterprise architecture repository for proposed, active and deployed initiatives, and for managing the application portfolio (application lifecycles and investment disposition) in the repository.
· As a lead architect may be required to ensures coverage and redundancy across multiple capability/solutions and mentor and train capability & solution architects
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