This position is not currently funded and is pursuant on MCSG being awarded this contract.
JOB SUMMARY: Lead and conduct Enterprise Architecture (EA) design, review, governance support, technical writing, and documentation..
Produce and/or collaborate with other Government entities to create EA graphical views (“artifacts”) for existing or new systems/applications, business processes, and/or data.
Generate the architectural artifacts using the Government specified EA tool. Design, create, and provide quality assurance on architecture products IAW latest version of DoDAF and subsequent revisions, DOD, AF, and AFR EA standards; the latest version of DoDAF and BEA standards are to be implemented upon official release for use.
Provide support that ensures the AFRC EA is federated to AF EAs.
Conduct enterprise-wide and cross-domain data and architectural analyses and review; emphasis on promoting system convergence and investment optimization.
Develop and maintain a business catalog that describes AFRC data needs; a single vocabulary referencing all of AFRC data as agreed upon by AFRC organizations.
Promote service oriented architecture (SOA) approaches to solutions; develop service architectures to replace legacy environments and implements new capabilities.
Develop, maintain, and utilize the Air Force Approved Capability development process Business Capability Acquisition Cycle (BCAC) to analyze and support new IT requirements.
Design and develop BCAC communication products.
Create architecture decision support reports showing overlapping or duplicate capabilities and recommends system/application transition, consolidation, and sun-setting actions.
Assist/gather/provide architecture information for Analysis of Alternatives (AoA). Provide training on EA services, processes, tools and methodologies to stakeholders and partners.
Collaborate horizontally and vertically across multiple organizations to support AFRC’s involvement in IT transformation initiatives.
Identify and evaluate AFRC applicability of DoD and AF architecture strategies, guidance, and policies to ensure AFRC compliance with higher-level architecture processes and procedures.
Manage, track, evaluate, and provide status updates on project progress and overall EA program health.
Other architectural responsibilities as outlined in the PWS.
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: 5 years minimum of significant experience with degree or 13 years significant experience with no degree, creating enterprise architecture in the Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DODAF), Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF), Ministry of Defense Architecture Framework (MODAF), or The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) OR work experience creating enterprise architecture in either the DODAF, FEAF, MODAF, or TOGAF and has an enterprise architecture certification, such as a Certified Enterprise Architect (CEA).
EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION: Bachelor's Degree is preferred.
SECURITY CLEARANCE: Secret
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