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Applications Architect

Company Name:
The Computer Merchant, Ltd.
Reference # : 14-05985 Title : Applications Architect
Category: Information Technology
Location : Chelsea, MA
Position Type : Contract
Experience Level : 5 Years Start Date / End Date : 10/06/2014 / 06/30/2015
Description
Description
Responsible for the translation and construction of complex business problems into sound technical solutions; provide technical and architectural direction to the software development team; ensure that development efforts are adhering to analysis, design, and development standards; provide insight and guidance on overall system design; responsible for business object architecture and application technical architecture; document and communicate architectural requirements.
This person will be assigned to the DLS Modernization project which will be utilizing the SCRUM/Agile development life cycle process and duration will be 6 to 12 months with a possible contract to hire.
Major roles and responsibilities for this position include:
Works with DLS Modernization Project team and DLS end users customers to document all contents of meeting outcomes.
Will be responsible to create a technical requirements document usable by web development staff.
Required Qualifications:
Strong interpersonal skills and the natural ability to communicate effectively internally and externally. Develop relationships, with both technical and non-technical personnel and in a confident and friendly manner.
Excellent communication skills as an interviewer and analyst; must be a keen listener.
Excellent writing skills must enjoy the writing process.
Knowledgeable in formal communication methodology such as information mapping.
Experience in Scrum is a plus.
Must be able to communicate effectively verbally.
Strong communication and collaboration skills
Demonstrated organizational agility to adapt to changing demands
Knowledge of mainframe, web-based and, Oracle database applications, as well as familiarity with the tools, utilities and environments that support programming and software development of large, complex systems.

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