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As part of the Digital Enable team play an integral part in advancing MUFG’s technology and be a part of a new culture of technical excellence.
The Digital Systems Solutions Architect has the responsibility for architectural design and documentation at a system or subsystem level, such as management or security. A System Architect will work with the Enterprise Architecture team and act as a liaison for EA related activities to the Digital Team. The focus of the System Solution Architect is on system technology solutions; for example, a component or platform of a solution such mobile applications, Online Banking, Person to Person Payments such as Zelle and others.
These platforms will enable continuous innovation across all our products and channels, empowering our customers to do more with their money. Make critical contributions supporting Digital application delivery
The following is a job description example for the role of a Systems Solution architect. It consists of the common duties, tasks, and responsibilities for the position:
Liaise with EA to design solution architecture for businesses and clients
Ensure compliance to solution architectural design in the implementation of projects
Provide architectural guidance to the project team based on EA standards
Render consulting and technical support services across Digital Agile Teams
Explain technical issues and IT solution strategies to stakeholders and other IT professionals
Keep accurate record of materials used, expected deliverables, and milestones achieved
Review the proposal of vendors and suppliers to ensure that quality inputs are delivered at the least possible cost
Monitor the activities of external programmers or developers on IT system solution agile work
Identify and mitigate existing business risk or risks associated with system solution architecture.
To provide management and engineering teams with technical advice, a system solution architect must have a technical background with at least eight years of work experience in one or more IT areas including but not limited to:
IT architecture, infrastructure, and cloud development
Engineering and software architecture design
Agile and product management
10 or more years in a solutions architect roles working in a large organization. TOGAF 9.2 Certified and solid understanding of TOGAF standards. Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science, know of digital technologies and agile. Banking / Financial experience a plus.
Experience working with API’s and developing UI/UIX for web and mobile application. Android/IOS experience.
Understanding of application development infrastructure from development, testing to production.
Ability to resolve complex issues.
Must be a team player with strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communications skills
Must be detail oriented and possess the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
Must possess organizational, problem-solving skills, and time management skills to meet deadlines
Must possess the skills to use multi-level analysis and sound judgment to work through organizational and process issues
Other Technical skills
Apache EWS 3
JBoss EAP 5 / EAP 7
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.