IT Job - Enterprise Architect at European Commission - Sprint CV

Enterprise Architect at European Commission

European Commission

Brussels, BE

up to 10.8k/month

On-site only

Enterprise Architect is needed for a project at the European Commission.

• Design of complex systems, including requirements analysis, identification of alternative solutions and their assessment, technology selection and configuration; • Technical design of SOA middleware platforms including, but not limited to, web services, web application servers, Enterprise Service Bus, database technologies, message queueing services, XML, SOAP, REST, messaging patterns, storage and backup services, application infrastructure services and related domains; • Knowledge of Oracle COTS (e.g. OAG/AAG, OHS, OSB, OSR, OAM, OIM, OUD, Weblogic, RAC, Dataguard, SOA Suite). • Service-mindedness and autonomy are required, as well as interpersonal skills, including working in a multicultural environment or public administration, and the ability to report on complex technical issues; • Demonstrate strong organisational and coordination skills required; • Demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills, able to communicate complex technical information in a way that can be understood by non-technical people - required; • Demonstrate ability to write business cases and/or vision documents, design documents and diagrams, (MPP) planning schedules, notes, presentations, minutes etc. - required; • Demonstrate the ability to facilitate meetings - required; • Experience with architecture modelling tools (e.g. ARIS) is an asset; • Any industry certification in the domain of project management or architecture (e.g. PMBOK, PRINCE2, TOGAF, Archimate) is an asset; • IT security knowledge or certifications are an asset • College or University degree required; • At least 9 years of experience in IT, out of which 4 years of specialised experience as Enterprise Architect

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