Philips Architect System in Pune, India

2. KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

. Contributes to the innovation of products, processes and procedures

o Leads technical pre-studies

o Delivers according to the pre-study charter

o Participates in innovation studies

. Is responsible for the technology roadmap.

o Makes an inventory of the technology options

o Defines, maintains and deploys technology roadmaps and indicates long-term expectations on developments within the application area, in close cooperation with the Business Architect

. Is responsible for the requirements of the whole product line

o Elicits and analyses the stakeholder requirements

o Prepares proposals and alternatives, guiding towards optimum balance of short-& long-term requirements, for discussion with major stakeholders.

o Specifies the requirements of a project, which serves as contract for the project’s WHAT will be delivered, with focus on ‘good-is-good-enough’

. Manages the technical and safety risks.. Is responsible for the (sub)system architecture of the product line/innovation program

o Creates the product architecture in a modular, easy to maintain and extendible components and modules, and guards and manages the architecture

o Defines and details the product architecture, to the level that it can be realized by project teams

. Detects common architectural and functional components in order to enable reuse and maintainability

. Implements the constraints that originate from legacy and relevant ilities

. Discusses, deploys and attunes solutions with the project stakeholders

. Determines and manages the external and internal interfaces framework in cooperation with all interface stakeholders

. Monitors and manages that the architecture is understood and used correctly by all stakeholders . Advises on internal development or outsourcing . Advises on realization, planning and budgets . Obtain and maintains internal and external network for knowledge build-up.

In this role, you have the opportunity to:

The system architect is directly responsible for the architecture of a range of large and complex systems and/or subsystems.

Your responsibilities:

. Contributes to the innovation of products, processes and procedures

o Leads technical pre-studies

o Delivers according to the pre-study charter

o Participates in innovation studies

. Is responsible for the technology roadmap.

o Makes an inventory of the technology options

o Defines, maintains and deploys technology roadmaps and indicates long-term expectations on developments within the application area, in close cooperation with the Business Architect

. Is responsible for the requirements of the whole product line

o Elicits and analyses the stakeholder requirements

o Prepares proposals and alternatives, guiding towards optimum balance of short-& long-term requirements, for discussion with major stakeholders.

o Specifies the requirements of a project, which serves as contract for the project’s WHAT will be delivered, with focus on ‘good-is-good-enough’

. Manages the technical and safety risks..

Is responsible for the (sub)system architecture of the product line/innovation program

o Creates the product architecture in a modular, easy to maintain and extendible components and modules, and guards and manages the architecture

o Defines and details the product architecture, to the level that it can be realized by project teams

. Detects common architectural and functional components in order to enable reuse and maintainability

. Implements the constraints that originate from legacy and relevant ilities

. Discusses, deploys and attunes solutions with the project stakeholders

. Determines and manages the external and internal interfaces framework in cooperation with all interface stakeholders

. Monitors and manages that the architecture is understood and used correctly by all stakeholders .

Advises on internal development or outsourcing .

Advises on realization, planning and budgets .

Obtain and maintains internal and external network for knowledge build-up.

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