about 1 year ago
# of resources required: 1
Remote : No
Project: MECS program
Start date: March 18, 2019
End date: December 31, 2019
Potential to convert to permanent?: Yes
Position title: Telecom Architect - Senior
Important: All offers will be done after April 1st, 2019. Please make sure candidates are open to start around April 15th.
This role is responsible for understanding, analyzing and then addressing non-functional Business requirements with effective technical solution architectures.
This includes the creation of technology architecture diagrams and the identification of all relevant environments and technology services (eg. Security services, DBMS and storage services, integration services, performance and availability services, connectivity services, etc.)
Telecom Architect Generalist
First assignment: Contact Center project - Genesys or Cisco solution
Second Assignment: Routing & Switching projects - MPLS, LAN, Cisco, Juniper, Nokia/Alcatel...
Summary of tasks:
Analyze the business context at the technology domain level encompassing all current and future information technology requirements for the relevant lines of business of CN. This includes understanding the relevant enterprise architecture deliverables and the business domain deliverables.
Elaborate the enterprise architecture vision into a more detailed-level technology domain architecture vision.
Translate the technology domain architecture vision into a technology domain architecture framework and artifacts. These artifacts include target architecture models and technology standards intended to guide other architects in their specific initiatives to ensure overall alignment to the vision
Propose initiatives and develop roadmaps to convert existing IT environments to the target architecture. In addition, define intermediate roadmaps and/or migration strategies as required.
Evaluate and recommend technologies to introduce into CN’s technical environment.
Provide guidance for, and ensure adherence to, the technology domain architecture framework and roadmaps by IT staff delivering projects.
Ensures the vitality, relevance and evolution of the technology domain architecture framework and artifacts relative to best architecture practices and IT industry developments. This includes staying current with market trends and identifying new technology opportunities.
Communicate the technology domain vision, framework, artifacts and roadmaps to the IT staff
8 years experience in IT, with a minimum of 5 years dedicated to Architecture work in a wide range of infrastructure technologies and enterprise-grade deployments.