Systems Integration Architect

Carrollton, Georgia
$80,124 (minimum) to $107,076 (midpoint)
Oct 03, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution


Systems Integration Architect

Division: Information Technology Services

Department: Information Technology Services


Nature of Work

The Systems Integration Architect is responsible for providing senior level expertise on decisions regarding overall system architecture. Plans, guides and supports the execution of approved IT projects by leveraging proven technologies and methods to ensure the successful outcome of University and business objectives. Facilitates the establishment and implementation of standards and guidelines that guide the design of technology solutions including design architecture and implementing solutions requiring integration of multiple platforms, operating systems and applications across the enterprise. Architects and develops effective strategies for system migration, conversion, integration, performance, and maintenance. Reviews advises, designs and deploys system solutions, applications, hardware builds, system options, risks, costs versus benefits and impact on the business goals. Provides technical guidance to project team areas as appropriate. Analyzes, troubleshoots, and remedies systems issues. Leads system discovery discussions and provides multi-functional team coordination. Assists in the development of and manages system architecture governance process. Develops and documents the integration and implementation’s technical standards and system changes. Tracks industry trends and proliferates knowledge of system components to other business units within IT to promote further adoption of new methodologies, processes and technologies.

Required Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in IT related Field and 7 – 10 years related years of experience. Extensive understanding of enterprise systems. Five years Systems Administrator Experience with an emphasis on Linux related OS. Knowledge of emerging technologies and trends. Competent to perform at the highest technical level of system design. Ability to advise management on risk analysis and risk mitigation strategies. Ability to work with a technical team comprised of internal and external resources. Able to lead teams to consensus on complex business decisions and technical data challenges.
Excellent Verbal and written communication skill. Extensive experience with Microsoft .NET technologies
Knowledge and experience in computer networking, system configuration and database platforms
Knowledge and experience in the resource management and capacity planning in the areas of virtualization, Storage, networking and server capacity.

Preferred Qualifications

Engineer Certification in Linux
Resource and Capacity Management
Hardware/Appliance Lifecycle
DNS/DHCP engineering and administration


$80,124 (minimum) to $107,076 (midpoint)

Physical Requirements/Working Conditions

This position must be able to lift 40 pounds and work under somewhat adverse conditions at times. This position is expected to comply with the University’s standard working hours. In addition, this position must be available outside of normal working hours, including nights and weekends, to complete routine maintenance, or respond to emergency system outages.

Notice to Applicants

Please be advised that should you be recommended for a position, University System of Georgia Board of Regents policy requires the completion of a background check as a prior condition of employment.

Posting Detail Information: Posting # S00632P        


Applicant Documents

Required Documents: Resume & Cover Letter