Enterpise Architect, Contract

Leeds, UK / contract / Negotiable

Rob Foley

Enterprise Architect - Contract

Location: Nationwide, UK (Remote)

Type: Contract (Inside IR35)

Duration:6 months (with possibility of extension)

Rate: £600/day Inside IR35


Are you a seasoned Enterprise Architect passionate about driving digital transformation within the healthcare sector? Do you have a strong track record of successfully adopting and implementing Enterprise Architecture (EA) tooling solutions? We seek a talented individual to join our team on a contract basis, working on an exciting project to enhance the NHS's digital capabilities by adopting advanced EA tools.


Enterprise Architect  Key Responsibilities


  • Collaborate with stakeholders at various levels within the NHS to understand their requirements, pain points, and strategic goals related to Enterprise Architecture.

  • Develop a comprehensive strategy for the adoption and integration of EA tooling across NHS systems, focusing on improving efficiency, decision-making, and overall performance.

  • Design and implement frameworks for data governance, architecture modeling, and documentation using industry-standard EA tools.

  • Provide guidance and mentorship to project teams, ensuring the successful deployment of EA tooling solutions and adherence to best practices.

  • Conduct regular assessments and evaluations of the adopted tools, making necessary adjustments to optimize their performance and alignment with the NHS's objectives.

  • Communicate complex technical concepts to non-technical stakeholders, fostering a clear understanding of the benefits and implications of the adopted EA tooling solutions.


Enterprise Architect Qualifications and Experience:


  • Proven experience as an Enterprise Architect, ideally within the healthcare sector (NHS) or large public organisations.

  • In-depth knowledge of Enterprise Architecture frameworks (TOGAF, Zachman, etc.) and hands-on experience with EA toolsets (Sparx Enterprise Architect, IBM Rational System Architect, etc.).

  • Strong understanding of the NHS's digital landscape, challenges, and opportunities.

  • Excellent stakeholder management skills with the ability to build relationships and collaborate effectively.

  • Solid problem-solving abilities and the capacity to think strategically while executing tactically.

  • Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to convey technical information to diverse audiences.

  • Relevant certifications in Enterprise Architecture (TOGAF, ArchiMate, etc.) are a plus.


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