Current Openings

Enterprise Architect

Chester, VIRGINIA | Contract
Post Date: 01/25/21
Job ID: 21-00081
Job Type: Contract

Job Description

 Job Title: Enterprise Architect
Location:  Chester VA
Type: Contract
Duration:2+ months
Interview mode: Either Web Cam or In Person
Job Description:
  • *local candidates strongly preferred *interviews will be conducted via phone *candidates will telework now (after coming to office to pick up laptop). Once restrictions are lifted, candidates will be required to work onsite daily M-F 8-5pm,  candidate selected will be extended beyond 4/30/21, likely for an additional year IT solution architecture review and technology roadmaping and planning.
  • Review and comment on IT solution architecture, designs and models Review design documents for completeness, consistency, and compliance to COV standards, procedures, and best practices (example: cloud based server/storage services)
  • Research and provide specialized knowledge of current and evolving IT trends and IT future directions Upon request create technical briefs (2 to 4 pages) on specific technologies (examples: WAP, containerization) EA technology roadmap formulation Research a technology (example: server operating system).
  • Identify quality sources for information on vendor support of versions and releases, support life cycle, to identify 3 year roadmaps for utilization of that technology (approved, divest (plan and execution), prohibit), evaluate extended support for compliance to COV standards
  • Experience as a solution or enterprise architect, ability to write on technical topics.
Required Skills:
  • experience as a solution or enterprise architect, ability to write on technical topics
  • Enterprise Architecture and Current information technologies
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing
  • Organize and present material in a manner that is easily understood by diverse audiences
  • Work against a plan, meet deadlines, and produce deliverables
  • Microsoft Office Suite programs
  • EA certification in a common framework is not required but helpful.