The Enterprise Architect is responsible for architecting and designing systems and security architecture for The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. The position facilitates the implementation of Booth's technology strategy. Additionally, the position is responsible for keeping aware of industry trends and best practices, recommending appropriate hardware and software upgrades, serving as a systems expert and advisor, managing assigned projects and training infrastructure and application development team members.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: -Collaborate with stakeholders, business representatives, and subject matter experts to design information technology systems and solutions.-Reviews solution options, researches and analyzes alternatives and recommends solutions to business and technology leadership.-Facilitates the establishment and implementation of standards, guidelines and policies that guide the design of technology solutions including architecting and implementing solutions requiring integration of multiple platforms, operational systems and applications across the enterprise.-Consult with and support faculty on technology enabled research. -Prepare proposals and cost estimates for IT systems and solutions.-Reviews, provides input and approves the application architecture, technical architecture and data architecture.-Reviews and approves technical processes, standards and software architectures used to develop, implement and support solutions.-Applies appropriate governance activities to encourage compliance with technology standards and directions.-Provides domain coaching to assigned technical staff. Will be asked to assist with management decisions and activities.-Provides expertise regarding the integration of applications across the organization.-Responsible for providing senior level expertise on decisions and priorities regarding the enterprise's overall infrastructure architecture.-Design and manage information security policies and procedures for information technology assets. -Update these policies and procedures regularly to meet changing demands of the organization.
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