At Architech we build cloud native solutions for clients in more than 30 industries throughout North America. Our strategy and design teams keep the users at the forefront in researching and planning solutions. Our engineering team builds scalable, reliable, resilient, secure systems with high up-time. We provide insights and data to equip our clients to be leaders in their industry. Who you work with matters.
- You’ll be the problem solver on the team and will have a major impact on the alignment and purpose behind our project planning and executions.
- You’ll work in an Agile team with Designers and Developers to continuously iterate and build feedback into the solution.
- You’ll lead strategic planning workshops to identify and capture clients while uncovering the business needs.
- You’ll perform systems analysis to interpret business rules and requirements for application design.
- You’ll define and document use cases, personas and user stories.
- You’ll analyze and capture existing workflows and processes in order to make recommendations towards desired end-state.
- You’ll be the link between client and internal teams to translate and gain acceptance of analysis findings and recommendations.
- You’ll lead the backlog grooming sessions for the development team to plan upcoming sprints.
- You’ll present demos to the client and completed progress of user stories in terms of current and projected velocity.
- You’re a problem solver who gets excited about challenging projects.
- You feel successful and accomplished when you deliver working business solutions.
- You’re constantly learning and absorbing the rapid changes in the engineering industry.
- You have at least 3 years of experience eliciting user requirements and stories.
- You have a solid understanding and broad exposure to software development life cycles.
- You can speak to highly technical concepts to both technical and non-technical audience.
- You approach new projects with the client needs and users in mind.
- You know everyone has a unique skill set and that there’s lots to learn from your team.