Digital Architect - AWS
12 Month Fixed Term Contract
Located Brisbane CBD
Great opportunity to be part of an exciting project
A fantastic opportunity to be part of a reputable enterprise organisation which believes in innovation, intelligence, and connectedness through the digital world. With digital transformation and improving customer experience as a focus you will be part of a team which delivers innovative, improved and better services across the state working to benefit the organisation as a whole.
As an AWS Architect, you will advise and develop all stages of the design and implementation of business focused AWS Microservices solutions in a complex enterprise environment.
- Develop and create business solutions in line with the organisation's enterprise architecture, considering business strategy, information, applications and technology, while ensuring solutions conform to ICT governance.
- Analyse current and/or new solutions architecture, and make recommendations for improvements where appropriate.
- Design and develop complex systems integration across a wide range of business systems.
- Undertake application system and software architectures in AWS.
- Design and develop within AWS environments with large, geographically dispersed and challenging operational environments including deployments in IAAS, PAAS and SAAS.
- Demonstrated experience in managing the delivery of technical programs of work using agile planning and management techniques.
- Demonstrated extensive experience in AWS and the management of Enterprise Architecture using a recognised framework such as TOGAF and understanding of information security standards such as PCI-DSS, IS18, PSPF and ISM and ISO27000.
- Design and implement solutions architecture that supports business needs and direction.
- Provide advice on technical aspects of systems development and integration ensuring relevant technical strategies, policies and standards are applied correctly.
- Provide well-informed advice regarding solutions architecture to internal and external stakeholders, taking steps to ensure that it is properly understood.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Ref No. 4B/25897
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