CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Solutions Architect - Financial Industry in New York, New York

Solutions Architect - Financial Industry

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Solutions Architect - Financial Industry

Category: Architecture

City: New York, New York, United States

Position ID: J1118-1637

Employment Type: Full Time

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CGI: Hotscan 360

Position Description:

If you are a hands-on Solution Architect who is motivated by helping clients maintain and improve their legacy systems, then CGI is looking for you. Our Anti Financial Crimes division is committed to helping clients reduce risk and stay ahead of the regulatory curve. We offer an enterprise risk management solution utilizing the latest emerging technologies. Implemented in more than 30 countries, HotScan 360 Suite filters more than 60% of the world’s foreign exchange trades every day.

As Solution Architect, you will work as a key member of the CGI team, partnering with client internal business and technology organizations to design and implement solutions across the software development lifecycle according to the organization’s strategic roadmap in conjunction with industry standards. You will work alongside technical leads, developers, and other cross-functional team members to ensure that mission functional needs are met by solutions that optimize use of client-approved technologies. You will help ensure that client applications are architected to make optimum use of available technologies, are highly secure, and meet scalability and performance requirements. Mission-critical applications for this client may be built on modern or legacy frameworks.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

The Solutions Architect will:

• Work on client site (may vary in US/CA)

• Work directly with senior clients (including C-Level clients) to articulate and document the rationale for solutioning decisions and CGI’s approach

• Review existing applications, technology stack, and roadmap documents with the application leads and provide feedback for improvements and recommendations

• Provide architectural oversight, technology evaluation, and modernization options for various applications in the portfolio.

• Collaborate, communicate, and coordinate with clients, team members, and other client-internal IT organizations to manage a variety of efforts, from platform upgrades to technology replacement to modernization.

• Provide thought leadership and technical guidance for the strategy of Cloud migration and Data Center moves

• Serve as a trusted advisor and consultant to the client to introduce best practices for all O&M and enhancement activities

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

• Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience.

• Well-versed in web technologies and modern architecture as well as legacy systems and best practices.

• Work effectively with cross-functional team members and client-internal IT organizations

• Experience interpreting business models, system models, use cases and sequence diagrams; and creating technical architecture specifications, class diagrams and object models.

• Prior Solution Architecture experience on projects involving multiple mission-critical applications using a variety of modern and legacy technologies.

• Experience applying Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts

• Experience in an agile/iterative environment

What you can expect from us:

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