Enterprise Architect

  • Warszawa
  • Endava
ArchitectureWarsaw What's this role about? Enterprise Architect will be responsible for supervising the entire Acquiring architecture and system implementation projects. The candidate for this position will cooperate with technical and business teams in the Bank and subsidiaries.Tasks and responsibilities: Conducting an audit of the current architecture (AS-IS). Preparation of target architecture recommendations (TO-BE), including Disaster Recovery plans. Preparing a strategy for achieving the target architecture. Supervising the compliance of projects with the assumptions of the strategy. Giving opinions on system implementation projects at every stage. Participating in architectural and design discussions. Supervising key work related to system development, preparation for certification, planning of periodic inspections, etc. Management of system and technical documentation. Maintaining a risk register. Transferring knowledge to the Bank in the form of training, discussions and available tools (Jira, Confluence, .What skills and experience do you need? Requirements: Higher education with a technical profile. Minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar position, over 10 years in IT. Knowledge of enterprise architecture, including application, data and infrastructure architecture. Necessary knowledge of systems and solutions in the area of acceptance and settlement of card payments, integration with cash systems, BLIK, open banking, etc. Experience working with technical and business teams. Knowledge of the latest trends and technologies in the field of enterprise architecture. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Very good knowledge of English. Additional features: TOGAF certificate or other certificate related to enterprise architecture. Experience in implementing authorization systems, terminal network management, billing, monitoring, etc. in the payment sector. Knowledge of data security and privacy regulations. Knowledge of payment systems and acquisition processes.