Senior Solutions Architect

Company Name:
S&B Consulting Group
This role is a Senior Role. Client is looking for a Solutions Architect with extensive hands on experience aligning IT strategy and planning with application development and business roadmaps. Client currently has several platforms- ERP, .net (employee uses), Java (client support invoices ect), SSIS to move data and crystal reports.
Client is looking for someone who has moved out of development and can translate solutions to all users. Will support folks in all departments Finance, Manufacturing ect. Must have great communication skills. Travel will be necessary but only about 20%.
Additional Details:
Share in developing the long term strategic direction for the company's IT enterprise architecture.
Understand strategic objectives of the company, and ensure that Customer Information Architecture is capable of supporting it.
Establish partnerships with key business constituents that help drive customer information-related requirements, and ensure that Customer Information Architecture vision is in alignment with these requirements.
Partner with technology teams to ensure that the customer information architecture supports the technical requirements of our applications, and that application designs leverage the customer information architecture.
Develop processes and artifacts to ensure that new services and changes to existing services are aligned with the target architecture.
Provide ongoing architecture review and design support to ensure all areas of IT are implementing solutions consistent with the target architecture.
This is a full time direct hire role. NO H1 or third parties. Client will assist with Relo. Benefits day one, pension, bonus eligible as well.

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