Senior Solution Architect
Senior/Lead Solution Architect required with very strong UML experience and technologies including Dynamics (NAV, AX or CRM) and .NET.
- Lead highly complex architectural solutions
- Build relationships with business stakeholders
- Define current state, target state architecture and transition architectures
- Define the IT roadmap for different systems
- Be an agent to promote the knowledge management framework and SPARX EA
- Document all the technical artefacts
- Define scope, estimates and provide inputs to project plan and work packages
- Provide technical leadership to professional technical consultants
- 5+ years Solution Architect experience
- Proven experience in setting tactical strategies and driving change across the business
- Strong experience across the Microsoft tech stack including:
- Dynamics CRM
- SQL Server
- Experience in SPARX EA (desirable)
- UML Language experience (deployment model, sequence diagrams)
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