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Enterprise Architect with HHS (Health and Human Services)/child welfare/CCWIS/SACWIS experience

Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Organization Unit: 
State & Local Government
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Position: Enterprise Architect

Location: Washington DC

Period: 3 Years


KEY: Experience in Health & Human Services (Child Welfare)


Responsibilities: "the CCWIS architect proposed shall have minimum of ten (10) years of experience where the last five (5) years are working directly with the technical/platform solution proposed in the proposa


The Technical Architect will plan, influence, direct, lead, architect, develop, and test application software based on industry best practices as defined by the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). The Technical Architect is responsible for ensuring the technical feasibility and stability of the design and configuration of the application development environment, the software testing environment, and the project facility network infrastructure, and other technologies necessary to support the services requested. The Technical Architect must confirm that the system architecture not only meets the business program requirements, but also the IT

requirements, particularly related to performance, maintainability, and scalability for future demand.  The Technical Architect shall be on site for the life of the Contract."


Skills:"Lead team in execution of development pipeline and delivery of software products to QA, and ultimately to production;

•  Manage day-to-day technical activities and influence team members to leverage follow and support Agile software development practices;

•  Utilize automated software test tools and frameworks such as test driven development to achieve software quality standards;

•  Compose and maintain detailed and accurate technical documentation;Perform code reviews and analyze existing software & applications’ effectiveness and develop strategies for improving or leveraging these systems;

•  Ensure code is versioned and checked into source control system across project team;

•  Responsible for performing and providing oversight to the development and maintenance of all technical documentation;

•  Support integration efforts to build whole systems from various subsystems;

•  Support release manager to assemble releases and drive improvements in the release process;

•  Assist Scrum Master in resolving needs and roadblocks identified by team members;

•  Provide hands-on development and mentoring as necessary for other members of the development team;

•  Identify technology risks early and establish mitigation plans;

•  Create artifacts for each project such as Software Architecture documentation, Technical Use Cases, and Code Review Packages;