Grant Thornton is seeking a Senior Associate to join its Enterprise Technology Strategy service line and take an active role in engagement execution, project management and key business development activities.
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At Grant Thornton, our professional staff applies traditional, cutting-edge approaches and methods to a variety of analyses. As part of our team, the Senior Associate will utilize various methodologies and models to execute client projects.
The Enterprise Architect is responsible for the development or coordination of the following deliverables:
Developing the Enterprise Architecture
Coordinating all Enterprise Architecture activities locally and globally
Developing and coordinating Architecture Plans
Assisting in aligning business and enterprise initiatives with the Enterprise Architecture
Auditing compliance within the Enterprise Architecture standards
Serving as advisor to senior business management on business and information integration strategies
Strategy Development Competencies
Influencing business strategy
Translating or mapping business strategy into information strategy
Communicating with business and technology leaders, both within and outside the organization
Influencing the organization to accomplish goals and needs through architecture activities
Being viewed as the trusted advisor to the organization
Building an effective architecture organization
Developing and maintaining project level and Enterprise level model consistency and integration.
Developing methods and techniques for modeling technologies
Meet or exceed targeted billing hours (utilization).
Assist with business development activities, such as proposals, capture, account teams, whitepapers, conferences, and/or other thought leadership materials.
TS/SCI CI Polygraph required.
Understanding of technology product and vendor strategies, products, and customer preferences
Understanding of modeling and representing the organizations business requirements in a human consumable manner, as it relates to strategy
Understanding of the business needs for solutions
Understanding developers needs in parallel with business needs
Demonstrating abilities to derive, define, and explicitly represent various artifacts within The Enterprise Framework.
Understanding of the meanings and relationships between various models.
Understanding of appropriate technologies
Experience with Business Architecture Design
Bachelor's Degree required from an accredited college or university in a related field
Ability to obtain and maintain certain job-related certifications if no job-related advanced degrees.
U.S. citizenship may be required. Ability to work in the United States indefinitely required.
Travel may be required.
Coach and mentor junior staff members.
Ability to work overtime required on occasion.
Ability to sit in an office environment for long periods of time.
Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
Ability to communicate clearly in writing and verbally.
Ability to obtain and maintain firm independence and abide by firm ethics requirements.
Meet or exceed continuing professional education (CPE) requirements.
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