Under general direction, the Architect is responsible for application systems design, balancing design elegance with financial pragmatism. The individual in this position is knowledgeable in all aspects of designing and delivering midrange (Wintel and UNIX) and mainframe (zOS) application systems and is comfortable in developing platform appropriate non-functional requirements and evaluating design specifications for new and existing applications.
Focus on design quality for application data, workflow, system processes, hardware/software environment, integration interfaces, and outputs.
Responsibilities include leadership of technical delivery to ensure compliance with Architecture Standards, customer requirements, and governance policies, communication with the organization, customers, and vendors to educate and drive adoption of those standards.
Communicates with Manager, CIO and other architects regarding status of assigned projects and initiatives.
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NASCO is a Minority/Female/Disability/Vet/Affirmative Action Employer.