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Business Architect (PL619)

Remote
  • -, Ontario, Canada

Job description

We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Business Architect for a 9-month consulting opportunity with our client. As a Business Architect, you will play a crucial role in translating business goals and objectives into current and future state architecture roadmaps and blueprints. Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

Key Responsibilities:

  • Architecture Development: Translate business goals and objectives into current and future state architecture roadmaps and blueprints.
  • Research & Assessment: Research and assess new business and technology capabilities to ensure they align with organizational objectives.
  • Collaboration: Partner with other technology teams to ensure new projects support established architectures and roadmaps.
  • Decision Support: Support business and technology leaders in decision-making through fact-based recommendations aligned with business and technology priorities.
  • Practice Development: Participate in business architecture practice development activities to enhance organizational capabilities.

Job requirements


  • Experience: Minimum of 5 years of progressively advancing experience in business and technical analysis/architecture roles.
  • Expertise: Extensive understanding of business and technical analysis/architecture concepts with proven experience handling multifaceted, enterprise-wide projects/programs and stakeholders with complex or conflicting agendas.
  • Analytical Skills: Excellent analytical and research skills, with the ability to perform both top-down and bottom-up analyses to understand business problems and find optimal solutions.
  • Modeling Skills: Ability to create both conceptual and logical business models (e.g., capability maps, business process models) to solve business problems and inform technology decisions.
  • Communication Skills: Excellent communication and facilitation skills, with the ability to influence outcomes without formal authority.
  • Presentation Skills: Strong presentation skills to make both strategic and tactical recommendations and effectively communicate with program/domain partners and service partners (internal and external).
  • Framework Knowledge: Working knowledge and practice of the following frameworks: Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK), Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN), and The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF).
  • Personal Attributes: Self-starter, highly motivated, passionate, enthusiastic, with a “CAN-DO” attitude.






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