Director, Enterprise Architect

We are looking for a Lead Enterprise Architect who can provide hands-on leadership to a team of Architects that are evaluating emerging technologies, building APIs and Platforms for next generation products, and who can help take our Enterprise Architecture function to the next level of maturity. Responsibilities: Lead a team of architects to provide architectural strategy and direction for digital products Lead technology evaluation, architecture, and design with strong focus on data, cloud-hosting, platform services, APIs, and open-source technologies.  Develop enterprise architecture standards and drive their adoption. Drive strategies to move from an on-prem environment to a public cloud provider (AWS or Azure). Collaborate with IT Leadership on Technical Strategy. Perform detailed architectural reviews of new products to ensure standards and best-practices are used. Provide solution recommendations as appropriate. Influence and inspire technical leads servicing Realogy BUs. Participate and work with corporate wide technical committees to influence technology direction, build consensus, and architectural decisions. Qualifications: 10+ years of IT experience architecting and designing enterprise-scale web and/or mobile apps . 5+ years of experience as a Senior Architect Significant experience with defining application architecture for AWS or Azure Experience with customer-facing mobileexperiences preferred Hands-on experience with architecting and implementation of solutions using frameworks such as MVC and technologies such as Node.js and Angular JS. Experience with Web Services, Microservices, and Asynchronous Messaging. Knowledgeable and comfortable working in Agile SDLC/ DevOPs/Scrum processes. Must possess strong work ethic; team player with great verbal/written communication, and organization skills.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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