Technical Architect Job Description
Technical architects work with business clients to develop, build, and maintain IT systems. They manage the design and execution of IT systems and function as a link between a company's technical and business sections.
What Does a Technical Architect Do?
Technical architects oversee projects from beginning to end, serve as a critical link between management and design and development teams, and contribute to overall IT plans and goals. They're also in charge of planning the structure of new technology systems, supervising planning and implementation, and coordinating with the software development team.
Job Profile of a Technical Architect
Lanteria HR is seeking a technical architect with experience overseeing the development and operation of IT systems for our customers. An ideal candidate will be responsible for communicating with the IT manager to discuss business functions, creating the architecture of enterprise-level IT systems, managing project implementation, and evaluating the new system's success.
They should also be well-versed in enterprise networking technologies, possess excellent problem-solving abilities, and handle multiple projects.
Technical Architect: Responsibilities
A technical architect's duties include:
Collaborating with managers or clients to determine their IT needs
Presenting designers and developers with agreed-upon strategies with managers
Identifying and resolving system problems when they arise
Overseeing the system integration's various moving parts
Measuring system performance
Communicating progress to management or clients
Technical Architect: Requirements
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology
Relevant experience as a technical architect
Expertise in business systems, networking, and software integration
Understanding of computer hardware and networking systems
Knowledge of programming languages, operating systems, and Microsoft Office software
Able to troubleshoot and solve complicated IT problems