Business & Integration Architecture Specialist (Multiple Positions)

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Business & Integration Architecture Specialist (Multiple Positions)


Business & Integration Architecture Specialist (Multiple Positions) (Accenture LLP; Seattle, WA): Analyze, solution, and document the business requirements and processes for Accenture or our clients' program/project specifications and objectives, under direct supervision. Use a repeatable approach, cohesive framework, and available industry standard techniques developed by Associate Managers and Managers to help develop an integrated view of the enterprise. Gather and analyze information for project specifications and requirements, and review design specifications, as directed. Write functional specifications, use cases, and requirements. Understand strategic direction set by management as it relates to team goals. Seek guidance when determining methods and procedures on new assignments and develop skills needed to execute responsibilities.

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Must have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Technology, Computer Information Systems, Computer Applications, Engineering, or a related field, plus 4 years of experience in the IT consulting industry.


  • Of the required experience, 2 years of experience must be in each of the following: Utilizing Oracle11g, Oracle-PL, SQL, and UNIX-Shell Scripting; DevOps development utilizing at least 3 of the following: Chef, Jenkins, Puppet, EDMS, WLST scripting, or Unix Scripting; Weblogic or WebSphere Application Administration; MQ or JMS Queue based administration; and, conducting application support, troubleshooting analysis, and performance optimization.

  • Must have willingness and ability to travel domestically approximately 80% of the time to meet client needs.

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