Senior Application Architect Job Description: · The candidate will be responsible for driving the architecture and the technology choices for the service-oriented architecture reengineering. · He/ She will be part of an architecture team that is responsible for driving key enterprise applications within the Trade domain. · The candidate will also be responsible for validating the implementation of architecture, enforcing best practices, and conducting code reviews delivered by the development teams. Key Responsibilites: · Lead technical architecture and design for key enterprise applications within the Trade domain Participate in department wide SOA enablement initiatives. · Creates and produces IT architecture designs to translate user requirements into solutions Assist development managers with process related activities. Assist in the implementation of the architecture governance process set within the GTS technology Participate in technical design reviews. · Keep abreast of changes to the production environments to make sure that this knowledge and new standards are passed on to the development groups. · Providing subject matter expertise to the development communities. Understanding technology industry trends, how they impact future solutions and provide strategic direction to the application managers. Qualifications Technical skills: Java, J2EE, EJB, JMS, Websphere Application Server, MQ Series, Oracle RAC Web Services, Web Services security, SOA, BPEL, Design Patterns Struts, Hibernate, Spring Framework, Junit Familiarity with Business Objects, Microstrategy TIBCO BusinessWork/EMS SAML, SPML, WSDL, x509 certificate EDI, SWIFT, ISO XML SiteMinder .NET, Microsoft SharePoint Portal Non-technical skills: Strong in technology concepts and technology best practices Excellent oral and written communication skills Excellent debugging and problem solving skills High level of initiative Must be a team player Education Level: Bachelor's Degree Primary
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