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With on leg in the business side and the other in the technology side enterprise architect is responsible to make sure that the enterprise IT is really align to the business goals, objectives and principle.  But I think that out customer tend to explain this role in much more clear manner:  “You will be responsible for leading the definition and development of business process architecture to support the central services’ business objectives. You will collaborate with other architects to develop application architecture, information architecture and infrastructure architecture for the Global Corporate Systems. The Global Corporate Systems environments include large ERP systems such as SAP and PeopleSoft, some packaged vendor products, vendor-hosted applications and some in-house developed applications.  You will work with a team of architects to institute architecture communications and education programs, create key reference architectures, directly support applications development teams in the development and adoption of evolving architectures, further refine architectural governance and processes. You will also assist application development teams and project teams to define business processes and application architecture for various business areas.  Qualifications The ideal candidate will have:  -Excellent communication skills -A minimum of 5 years of architecture experience in large, complex ERP and non-ERP integration environments. -Solid technology skills in a broad range of applications development tools and technologies. -Strong project and process management skills, including vendor management and software package implementation. -Demonstrated technology skills across business, applications, data, and infrastructure architecture domains, and experiences in development lifecycle management. -Proven experience in applications portfolio management and development methodologies. -Participated in extensive business process modeling or reengineering efforts. -Knowledge of Corporate Systems business areas such as HR, Finance & Accounting, Compliance, and financial industry background -An undergraduate degree in a related field. An advanced degree is preferred. ”  I would also add experience with one of the existing EA frameworks.  Your thoughts?  Natty Gur.
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