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Position Purpose & Summary
The Solution Architect supports the comprehensive high level architecture, functionality, economics and architecture compliance of solution options for the Make (Plant Operations, FSQR, EH&S) global applications Operations Supply chain (OSC) sub-portfolios. This position works closely with the global Operations and Supply Chain Portfolio Lead, OSC Porftolio Architects, Enterprise Solution and Application Architects, BOSC Corporate Plant Operations and Enterprise Process Owners, Enterprise AE&I Leads, Enterprise Architecture and key stakeholders to determine requirements for solution planning and development. This position develops solution architecture at a Portfolio and project level in collaboration with other architects, global and regional Operations and Supply Chain portfolio teams and subject matter experts from Cargill's business units.
The Solution Architect understands both technical and functional design and brings perspective from all architecture domains (process, application, data, technology and security) into the solution design in support of BOSC portfolio capabilities. Utilizing a strong expertise in Plant Operations, Food Safety, Quality and Reliability, Environmental Health and Safety business processes and applications that support these processes, this position ensures solutions developed are aligned to enterprise architecture standards and principles, leverage common solutions and services, and meet the financial targets (cost and benefits). This position is accountable for solution evaluation and early-phase project estimates which contribute to the business case.
The Solution Architect position is also responsible for staying current with emerging business and technology trends, promoting the 'art of the possible', and driving innovation investments throughout the portfolio. This role is able to facilitate the difficult conversations involving balancing corporate strategies and local business requirements. This requires an ability to see multiple perspectives, steer discussions towards fact-based comparisons, and drive significant net value for the enterprise.
40% Architecture Planning and Development
40% Business Partnership