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UW-IT is the central IT organization for the University of Washington, providing technology solutions to all three campuses, UW medical centers and global research operations. UW-IT collaborates with University partners to advance teaching, learning, innovation and discovery at the UW.
UW-IT is currently looking for a Lead Integration Architect who will support the UW-IT work on Finance Transformation, the University’s large scale project to modernize its finance operations, business systems and processes. The position is a role in the newly established UW-IT FT program (ITF).
The Lead Integration Architect is responsible for architectural direction and alignment of all data deliverables within the scope of the ITF program. These include financial integrations, reports, and the definition of data required to deliver them. The Lead Integration Architect must align and influence decisions across multiple teams, including: integrations and reporting workstreams in ITF; IT service teams responsible for enterprise platforms for integrations and reporting; the UW’s Finance Transformation program; governance groups; and partner IT and business units at the UW.
The Lead Integration Architect is expected to advocate for and lead implementation of appropriate data management best practices, processes, governance, and standards within the UW’s enterprise architecture. This position will drive an overall program approach that supports the integration of financial data in sustainable ways.
This position does not have supervisory responsibilities but may be asked to coach other architects or implementers. The lead Integration Architect will work closely with other architects in multiple teams.
Bachelor’s Degree in Information Management, Computer Science or related field or experience
Minimum of five years of experience performing progressively more complex tasks in integration architecture
Experience making integration and reporting design decisions across multiple integration and reporting platforms
Experience making integration architecture decisions across multiple business systems
Experience leading decision-making in a complex organizational environment
Demonstrated background in multiple relevant technology platforms
Experience defining or managing team end-to-end development processes
Demonstrated excellent written/oral communication skills, technical documentation skills, user liaison skills, and personal interaction abilities
Strong problem solving skills
Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision
Experience facilitating meetings, constructively addressing input and criticism, and resolving conflicts
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
Experience with data deliverables as part of an ERP program team using Workday or comparable products
Proficiency in JIRA or similar project tracking/issue tracking tool
Experience as part of an Agile team
Experience in major research university setting
Knowledge of multiple business subject areas, i.e., Finance, Student, etc.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Work in an open office environment and contribute to collaborative team work focused on problem-solving. Daily interactions with other team members, subject matter experts and stakeholders at all levels of the organization. While the general working hours are within Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., this position will, on occasion, need to adjust hours to accommodate the business needs and deadlines.
This position on the Finance Transformation Project is temporarily funded; continued employment is contingent on ongoing funding and performance.
This position is eligible for flexible remote work
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