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Systems Architect, Mid

Job Number: R0019838 Systems Architect, MidKey Role: Work on complex IT architecture projects with full competency in data gathering, artifact development, presentation, and completion of enterprise architect (EA) models. Apply hardware engineering and software design theories and principles to researching, developing, and reviewing EA products. Recommend innovative technologies that will enhance the presentation and usage of EA products. Provide integrated systems planning. Coordinate project team activities and assist with monitoring project schedules and costs. Basic Qualifications: -5+ years of experience as an enterprise or systems architect -Experience with modeling languages, including SoaML, SysML, or UML, architecture tools, including System Architect, Sparx Enterprise Architect, or Magic Draw, or requirements tools, including DOORs or CORE -Knowledge of communications technologies, including wired and wireless network systems, encryption keys, and servers -Knowledge of DoDAF 2.0 framework, DoD information EA, or DoD business EA -Ability to work collaboratively with technical and operational subject matter experts -Ability to obtain a security clearance -BA or BS degree -DoDAF Certification Additional Qualifications: -Experience with defense business systems -Knowledge of DoDI 5000.75 and the defense business systems acquisition process -Ability to develop architecture documents in In2itive or Cloud Enterprise Architect -Secret clearance -BS degree in an Engineering, IT Systems, Science, Business or Organizational Management, or related field -ITIL, CISSP, FEAC, or ToGAF Certification Clearance: Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. We're an EOE that empowers our people--no matter their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or veteran status--to fearlessly drive change.#LI-AH1, CB16, DH1, NMC dateposted: 20010101 Department: Design, Engineering

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