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Job Overview

  • Job ID:


  • Specialized Area:

    Business Analyst

  • Job Title:

    Business Architect

  • Location:

    Overland Park,KS

  • Duration:

    10 Months

  • Domain Exposure:

    Healthcare, Manufacturing, Banking & Finance, Media/ Entertainment

  • Work Authorization:

    US Citizen, Green Card, OPT-EAD, CPT, H-1B,
    H4-EAD, L2-EAD, GC-EAD

  • Client:

    To Be Discussed Later

  • Employment Type:

    W-2 (Consultant must be on our company payroll. C2C is not allowed)

  • Bench Recruiter:

    Erica Hoffman

Job Description

Job Description:

  • The business architect primarily focuses on the business organizational structure, the business capabilities, the business value streams or business processes, business knowledge, and finally the business strategy.
  • The organizational structure of the business defines how the organization and its people are structured into business units, teams, and reporting hierarchies. It describes management of the business units and teams as well as the relationship between people and roles.
  • The business capabilities describe the primary business functions of the organization and typically distinguishes between those business functions with are supplier facing, customer facing, business execution, or business management and administration.
  • The value streams of the business (business processes) describe how specific sequences of activities, either with a business unit or cutting across business units, deliver value to the internal and external stakeholders of the organization.
  • Business knowledge describes the information and things that an organization uses or deals with in order to accomplish its work. These can be customers, contracts, orders, products, suppliers, etc., as well as the relationships between this information. It forms the vocabulary of the business and is what the organization relies upon to communicate and carry on its work.
  • The business strategy describes the strategic goals and key drivers of the business. It goes further to describe higher level tactical approaches that can be used to achieve these goals and maps it to various parts of the organization. It also defines the metrics required to measure and track progress towards these goals.

 Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Structuring of an organization s corporate objectives, business processes, and operating model to produce information that relates the concepts, risks, and value of a business.
  • Designing business capability models and providing architectural solutions for an organization.
  • Create a link between a firm s I.T architecture and business process management by aligning company goals with business operations to produce information as to the connection between different aspects of an enterprise.
  • Develop strategies and goals that guide the operation and management of a company; they employ internal and external resources to determine the business capability/functionality of a firm so as to produce results useful in developing business strategies.
  • Work with senior business process executives to design transformation plans for an enterprise; they produce an operating model that integrates business processes, organization, and I.T concepts.
  • Assess the capacity of an organization to achieve its set objectives and goals.
  • Evaluate the assets and capability of a company to identify loopholes and limitations that should be surmounted to achieve set target.
  • Employ value stream methods and capability map analysis in the assessment of company capability.
  • Responsible for creating investment models that suggest suitable investment schemes for a firm to pursue considering available funding and objectives.
  • Measure the effectiveness of a business strategy; they are able to determine the degree of strategy implementation as well as the outcome of an implemented strategy.
  • Describe the primary business functions of the assigned business unit in the context of the enterprise and distinguish between customer-facing, supplier-related, business execution and business management functions.
  • Enumerate, analyze, catalog, and suggest improvements to the strategic, core and support processes of the business unit, as needed, to support strategic and operational goals.
  • Define the data elements shared between this business unit and other units in the enterprise and the relationships between those data elements and processes, people, systems, and other data elements.
  • Enumerate, analyze, and suggest improvements to the structural relationships of the business. This requires the creation and maintenance of an ongoing model of roles, capabilities and business units, the decomposition of those business units into subunits, and the interplay between these units in various business processes, materials, people, and systems.
  • Translates strategic developments within the organization and in the market, such as laws & regulations and risk management into consequences for the business architecture of the company and its affiliated labels.

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