Toronto, Canada | Leading Financial Services Company
Industry:Banking / Investment Banking
IT / Information Technology
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The Sr. Director, Enterprise Architecture role will provide Enterprise Architectural leadership to address cross technology domain concerns and decisions. This role will identify and coordinate definitions for enterprise patterns for RBCs technology platform that spans Public Cloud, On-Premise (Mainframe, Distributed, Private Cloud) and SaaS solutions. They will be required to address Data, Integration and Security concerns across these environments and and work across various functional teams (Info Sec, App Dev, Infrastructure, Data and Integration) to drive architecture decisions. Their primary goal is to design for enterprise concerns once and promote reuse of patterns for agility, consistency and cost optimization.
This role will structure the agenda for the Enterprise Architecture Board, a committee of Senior Technology Executives, to approve Technology “Big Bets”, enterprise patterns, and find solutions for process or technology challenges that impede progress to achieve the strategic plan. They will track the progress of cross functional teams to resolve enterprise impacting architectural issues.
This role leads a team of enterprise architects who design solutions/frameworks that are consumed by the Enterprise (CRM, Digital Assistants and Voice, RBC as a Service, SaaS integration architecture etc.).
What will you do?
Build and lead a team of talented architects who can influence and lead the enterprise towards its strategic target state
Provide advisory and design services for key enterprise-wide services
Work with LOB and Technology Domain Architects to influence and drive reuse, coordinate between service providers to drive coherence of roadmaps and identify synergies and gaps
Define and enhance Architectural Governance model that is aligned to the mandate of reuse, automated controls and transparency
Define EA Metrics
Demonstrate the effectiveness and value of Enterprise Architecture across the organization
What do you need to succeed?
15+ years of experience leading architecture teams – a combination of managerial and technical leadership
Strong communications and active listening skills. Demonstrate leadership and delegate effectively. Must be able to make and drive decisions with speed
Expert knowledge, experience, and understanding of architecture, application development, application systems design, and integration
A practitioner of both Enterprise Architecture and Solution Architecture with a record of both program and delivery outcomes based on their architectures
Capability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and relationships with distributed architecture areas, Application Development, RBC business groups and others
Must have expertise in at least one Technology Domain and working knowledge of other domains and technology including Cloud, Containers, API, Events, Security, Integration, Infrastructure, Data and AI
Lean Six Sigma or equivalent to drive continuous lean operations
Have led or been part of an Enterprise Architecture Function
Experience researching emerging technology and providing Points of View or whitepapers