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Enterprise/Service Architect - Service Management Experience
Our client, QLD Health, is currently seeking an Enterprise (Services) Architect for an initial contract through until end of March 2019.
This is a new transformational and strategic role that spans traditional business functions within QLD Health and its customers. Transformational change management, commercially oriented service leadership, communication and negotiation skills are essential. The successful candidate will lead the implementation of services architectures focussing on, sustainability, transparency, efficiency, lean and agile principles, whilst maximising the services portfolio value to our customers. Ideally, you will have a Service Delivery Management and Enterprise Architectural background.
Key Selection Criteria:
- While not mandatory, a relevant qualification would be well regarded
- This position may require the incumbent to operate a government vehicle and an appropriate licence to operate this type of vehicle is required (Queensland 'C' class licence) and proof must be provided before commencement of duty.
- 5 or more years experience in service/solution architecture/design within large, complex organisations.
- Proven ability to provide strategic direction that enables the delivery of sustainable, value for money, fit for purpose services and technologies that meet the business requirements of customers.
- Strategic planning capability to advocate for services portfolio and technology reform
- Demonstrated experience in delivering ICT services and solutions in a service provider or commercially oriented organisation.
- Demonstrated broad knowledge in current and emerging technologies, applications and "productisation" of services and their life-cycle management.
- Proven ability to drive the development of architectural service and technology blueprints and roadmaps within a large, diverse and complex organisation by applying architectural frameworks such as TOGAF, Zachman, COBIT, ITIL.
- A deep understanding of public sector operations, (particularly within the health care context) and the challenges faced by public sector managers in the provision of services.
- Strategic planning capability to lead, manage and advocate for business and system reform and to drive the adoptions of new services within a large, diverse and complex organisation.
- Demonstrated analytical and interpersonal skills commensurate with a complex and fast evolving service delivery organisation, including the ability to communicate with clarity and influence across a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.
- Manages resource requirements to ensure an appropriate balance between tactical and strategic demands.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to explain technology services in business terms, establish rapport and persuade others.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below quoting Ref No. 4C/06383. Should you wish to discuss, please contact Kristy Coulter on 07 3258 8344.
Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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