Omnicell, Inc. Director, IT Enterprise Architecture in Mountain View, California
Director, IT Enterprise Architecture
Director, IT Enterprise Architecture
Reporting directly to the Chief Information Officer, the Director of Enterprise Architecture is responsible for technical and enterprise architecture strategies and the underpinning target architectures and transition states. This is a key role responsible for linking the organization’s mission to its technology strategy, and driving architectural models that show how the current and future needs of Omnicell will be met in an efficient, sustainable, agile and adaptable manner.
Leads the creation or evolution of the EA function, including the coordination of an appropriately balanced pursuit of enterprise information systems, data, technical, and solution architecture viewpoints
Understand and articulate the business strategy and direction associated with the Business Platform and all its capabilities and applications/solutions by working directly with business stakeholders and delivery teams.
Accountability for the development and delivery of a multi-year architecture roadmap that outlines the steps and iterations required to fully enable the strategy accepted and adopted by business stakeholders and delivery teams.
Lead all architecture/technical assessments for the IT product and technology decision making in support of the architectures.
Provide architecture, design, and technical leadership in support architectures within the Architecture team, Development and business teams throughout the execution of the roadmap.
Review data strategy, architecture, models, and trends to ensure the organization leverages broad sets of information to engage customers
Analyzes the current business and IT environment to detect critical deficiencies and recommends solutions for improvement
Leads and facilitates the creation of governing principles to guide solution decision making for the enterprise
Leads the development of an implementation plan for the EA, based on business requirements and IT strategies
Oversees EA implementation, ongoing EA refinement activities, and the documentation of all EA design and analysis work
Consults with program/project teams to fit solutions to architecture across all viewpoints
Defines organizational requirements for the resources, structures, and cultural changes necessary to support the EA
Promotes the EA process, outcomes, and results to the organization, including the enterprise's IT and business leaders
Knowledge of current architectures, solutions and technologies within the Digital Platform domain.
Knowledge of TOGAF-based Enterprise Architecture frameworks
Experienced in Enterprise Architecture best practices
Proven ability to influence and affect change at all levels of the organization without having positional authority
Demonstrated success as a change agent leading significant transformation initiatives in organizations
Strong interpersonal skills - effective listening and teaming,self-motivated, demonstrated a biasfor action
Effective team player,mentor, andcoach
Strong time management skills and the ability to multi-task
Excellent written, oral, and presentation skills
MS/MBA is preferred
10+ years providing effective leadership to Enterprise Architecture and Delivery teams.
10+ years of practical experience in Enterprise Architecture and Solution Architecture.
E-commerce, web content management, digital platform system/package implementation experience
A BA/BS Degree is required
Travel commitment up to approximately 25%
Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.
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