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Group Systems Architect
Kmed Recruitment, Cape Town

Introduction:
A vacancy exists for the above mentioned position. The successful candidate has the following:

Requirements:
3 Year qualification with IT related subjects.
Minimum of 15 years relevant work experience.
Systems analysis and design qualification is essential.
Specialist knowledge of the System Development Process.
Knowledge and understanding of the ICT processes and control objectives within the Cobit mode.
Previous experience within the IBMi and .Net environments will be an added advantage.
Knowledge and understanding of system integration techniques and standards.
Detailed knowledge and understanding of multiple technology environments.
Has been accountable for the successful delivery (development and maintenance) and support of multiple systems.
Proven project delivery of a system spanning across a full business process.
Sound judgment and decision-making ability.
Ability to build and maintain relationships.
Good communication skills.

Outputs:

All applications are continuously assessed for their business value, technical quality, complexity and cost of ownership.
Application gaps are identified and business owners supported to review the feasibility of closing the gaps.
Architect integrated solutions across all business disciplines.
Guide individual system architects with specific solution designs to ensure conformance to a group design.
Business requirements are consistently documented in accordance with standards and reflect the user's needs and other constraints such as cost and schedule.
Functional specifications are consistently documented according to standards by all system architects.
Technical specifications are consistently documented according to standards.
Technical solutions conform to Technology Architecture.
A Company SDLC is set and adhered to for all development work.
Ensure healthy balance between system maintenance (business as usual) and functional change (transforming and innovation).
System tests are performed consistently against functional and non functional requirements.
Change Management tools are used to update the status of all development and maintenance work.

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