Lead Solutions Architect

Be part of the ICT team and identify the proceeds of crime, combat money laundering, and terror financing; supervise and enforce compliance with the FIC Act; share information with law enforcement authorities, supervisory bodies, intelligence services, the South African Revenue Service, and other local and international agencies.

Location: Centurion
Purpose: The incumbent will be required to lead the conceptualisation and design of enterprise wide solution architecture and provide enterprise solution architecture guidance and services guided by the EA principles and policies.
Salary: R 150 000 per month
Package: R 1 900 000
Country: ZA

Minimum requirements: Skills, Experience and Education

• Relevant Postgraduate Degree in Computer science or equivalent
• TOGAF certification is a requirement. Knowledge of other frameworks (e.g. Zachman) will be an advantage.
• Sound PC skills including Microsoft Project, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Word.
• Experience in Enterprise Architecture tools like Casewise, Visio, Sparx Enterprise Architect.
• At least ten (10) to fifteen (15) years’ experience in managing and leading (more than one architecture domain in a single project) large architectural projects
• At least ten (10) to fifteen (15) years’ experience in providing leadership role in defining the enterprise/strategic architecture and vision for enterprises, such as Platform Roadmap, Service Roadmap, and Product selection approval for our Client Systems assets
• Solid knowledge in creating architecture for all domains in one or more of the following areas: Database architecture, Big Data, Machine Learning, Business Intelligence, Data Governance, No-SQL databases, Advanced Analytics, AI, Data Mining, ETL
• Solid knowledge in system requirements and system architecture to meet business needs, including server infrastructure, capacity planning, storage requirements, cloud, virtualisation and networking protocols
• Ability to recognise functional interdependencies, to assimilate and correlate disconnected procedures and process, and articulate their collective relevance to the organisation.
• Review architecture deliverables and artefacts

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