In this role you will:
- Lead and coordinate the domain technical and business discussions relative to future architecture direction across the product portfolio or product line.
- Analyze design and develop a roadmap and implementation plan based upon a current vs. future state in a cohesive architecture viewpoint.
- Review and/or analyze and develop architectural requirements at domain level within product portfolio or team.
- Provide guidance for both technical and business team members and resolve potential conflicts related to cost / quality / time metrics of technical delivery
- Participate in Agile methodology ceremonies (e.g. SCRUM) to support team with pre-grooming business requirements and converting them into parts of the solution design and recommendation for Software Engineers.
- Support the development software and data delivery platforms to be service-oriented, splitted into microservices according to their business domain with potential to scale up each micro service for more end-users or more businesses.
- Contribute to the development of software and data delivery platforms that are service-oriented with reusable components that can be orchestrated together into different methods for different businesses.
We are looking for an experienced Infrastructure Architect to join our Software Engineering Team, responsible for development of key GE Healthcare business applications.
Who we're looking for?
- Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or in “STEM” Majors (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) with a minimum of 12 years of technical experience along with established leadership credentials across disciplines and functions within a product
- Good understanding of differences in software design using cloud services vs on-premise.
- Leveraging cloud services to design scalable and highly available solutions.
- Understands technical concepts related to software development lifecycle: e.g. code review, CI/CD process, testing
- Leverages practically cloud agnostic solutions (e.g. Docker) for Software Development Lifecycle
- Governs quality metrics related to software quality and security.
- Participates in domain technical and business discussions relative to future architecture direction aligning with business goals.
- Gathers and analyzes data and develops architectural requirements at project level, aligning architectural requirements with software development strategy.
- Reviews exceptions and makes recommendations to architectural standards at a domain level.
- Demonstrate knowledge of business' structure (P&Ls) and the interplay of functions to support business goals; demonstrate knowledge of the business products, key processes, suppliers, customers and market/competitors.
- Provides guidance to business about best solutions to the problems by suggesting SaaS / PaaS offerings that may be the best 3rd party services to buy.
- Develops, motivates and directs staff to create a team environment.
- Recommends expenditures based on the size, scope, and cost of hardware and software components. Assists in developing business cases.
- Collaborates with project management on reporting project status, issues, risks and benefits. Meets with project leaders and software development Leaders to ensure progress towards architectural alignment with project goals and requirements.
- Ensures understanding of issues and presents clear rationale.
- Applies values, business strategy, policies, precedent, and experience to make complex decisions with uncertain consequences.
- Challenges conventional thinking and traditional ways of operating and invites stakeholders to identify issues and opportunities.
- Takes a systems perspective that inter-relates internal and external factors for planning. Envisions compares and contrasts multiple potential medium range operational futures.
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