|Application Close Date:||16-May-2021|
|Attachments:|| Principal Architect - API and Integration - April 2021.pdf (PDF, 212KB)
New Zealand Post is an iconic Kiwi organisation with a rich history and a bright future. We are proud to be the #1 delivery business for New Zealand and we're working hard behind the scenes to build digital solutions that deliver a world class experience to senders and receivers alike.
We currently have a vacancy for a Principal Architect, we're looking for someone who has....
And a bit about the role....
This role leads the strategic technology architecture direction for API and Integration. The successful candidate for this role will to gain a solid reputation as a forward-thinking trusted advisor for API and integration architecture. The role also supports the Enterprise Architects, Solution Architects and other Domain Architects across the team to provide expert guidance helping to align road maps and solutions to the strategic architecture. This includes developing and documenting the current, future and transitional states and Roadmaps, responsible for socialising these with Stakeholders and complying with Architecture Governance processes.
What NZ Post can offer you....
Our Architecture team is dynamic, fast paced and on a massive upward trajectory. We are dedicated to doing architecture properly and building a practice where all the best Architects want to work. You'll have the opportunity to advance your Architecture career with professional development and high impact projects galore, while also enjoying the work-life balance our flexible culture enables.
This role can be Wellington or Auckland based.
Apply today or to find out more, visit www.nzpost.co.nz/careers to download the JD. You can also contact Gemma Corbett (Talent Sourcing Specialist) on 027 372 4705 or email@example.com if you have further questions. Please note: Applications should be made via the online application process, emailed applications are not accepted.
Applications close on 16 May 2021.
All applicants will be required to provide proof of their eligibility to work in New Zealand and will be subject to a security check.