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Ethos BeathChapman are proud to be partnering with The University of Technology Sydney during an exciting period of higher education transformation, and significant investment into their IT team, systems and applications.
As part of this positive and exciting period of transformation, the University is looking for two Domain Architects to join an evolving team and take senior roles in defining the Enterprise Architecture covering business, application, information and technology architecture.
As a Domain Architect you will be given the enviable opportunity to help shape and define new strategic initiatives and investment in technology that will cover a variety of strategic areas, with consideration on user experience, accessibility, cyber security and quality.
This is a unique opportunity to join the University during a significant period of transformation and create meaningful change and impact at one of the world's most dynamic and innovative universities.
The Role:
Reporting to the Head of Architecture, the Domain Architect will provide architecture and strategy consulting services to senior business stakeholders, understand business objectives and current architecture state, and design transition architecture states to fulfill the needs and strategic goals of the University. 
You will build relationships with senior business stakeholders across faculties and divisions to understand their needs and build a consensus for direction and solutions. You will represent assigned domain(s) at Architectural Governance forums, reduce technology duplication, and develop and promote guidelines for the use of technologies within your assigned domain(s).
UTS values commitment to excellence, innovation, entrepreneurship and social justice. As such, we see the importance of recruiting personnel aligned to these values.
Experience needed for the position:
  • Demonstrated leadership experience and success working in large IT teams within complex organisational environments, and in leading highly strategic and transformational IT and business initiatives
  • Prior Experience in using architecture frameworks such as TOGAF, ZACHMANN
  • Advanced understanding and knowledge of tools and technologies including the unique research requirements, challenges and emerging trends
  • Extensive knowledge of the technology landscape in terms of key players and best practices
  • Proven experience collaborating with both non-technical and technical teams and demonstrative experience in documenting “As-is” / “Future” IT architecture states and transitional roadmaps
  • Proven ability to create high quality architecture documents that can be easily understood by all stakeholders.
  • Solid understanding of disaster recovery and high availability architectures
  • Solid understanding of IT security concepts and practices
  • Solid understanding of change management and other ITIL processes
  • Superior communication and presentation skills that are clear and effective, with the ability to persuade, influence and negotiate.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications, ideally postgraduate qualifications and relevant experience; Or an equivalent level of knowledge gained through any other combination of education, training and/or experience.
UTS offers employees challenging and rewarding work with opportunities for career progression, learning and development and flexibility. Taking pride in being a vibrant, diverse and practice-oriented organisation, they are passionate about their commitment to learning and innovation that is relevant to today's world, and benefits local and international communities. Your role will support this commitment and provide you the opportunity to make impactful change to thousands of students and staff and academics.
UTS is committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ+; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged to apply. Please also reach out directly to the team at Ethos BeathChapman if you require an alternative method to applying for the role.
This is an excellent opportunity to utilise and invest your experience, knowledge and skills into a University that are very much ready for change and transformation and to leave a legacy that will redefine how the university engages with technology.

For further information on this role or to confidentially apply, please contact Owain Evans on 02 8227 9200 or apply directly via the Apply for this job button. Only WORD FORMAT resumes will be accepted.