Lead Enterprise Architect

Location:Greater London

Description

Lead Enterprise Architect

Big Bank Funding. FinTech Thinking.

Our technology teams in the UK work closely with HSBC’s global businesses to help design and build digital services that allow our millions of customers around the world, to bank quickly, simply and securely. We also run and manage our IT infrastructure, data centres and core banking systems that power the world’s leading international bank.

Our multi-disciplined teams include: DevOps engineers, IT architects, front and back end developers, infrastructure specialists, cyber experts, as well as project and programme managers.

We work in small, agile DevOps teams with colleagues around the world from our offices at the Bluefin Building in Southwark, our global headquarters in Canary Wharf, and multiple other locations around the UK including Sheffield, Leeds, Barnsley and Birmingham.

Following extensive investment across our Technology and Digital domains and with plans for continued expansion throughout 2019 and beyond, we are currently seeking a number of experienced Enterprise Architect to join HSBC Technology.

The Technology Enterprise Architect job is responsible for shaping the architecture roadmap within HSBC and implementing technology strategy. This job has two primary areas of responsibility these are, to define, maintain and own the enterprise architecture plan, ensuring alignment to HSBC Technology strategies and to provide overarching Design Authority accountability for major change initiatives across the Group.

What you will be doing;
  • Lead and own the development and implementation of architecture strategy and standard.

  • Introduce new practices, processes, operating models, techniques, products, services, technologies and standards where needed against identified use cases, via the appropriate governance bodies.

  • Stay abreast of technology trends and advise Technology and the business about potential benefits/impacts

  • Define and maintain the Architecture plan
  • Provide design authority for change across the group