Working closely with the Technology Delivery organization and the Director of Enterprise Architecture, understand business units’ current and future functional and technology needs.
Manage application and techology roadmaps for assigned area.
Work with the Director of Enterprise Architecture to create a consolidated business and IT roadmap.
Keep abreast of current, new and emerging technologies and determine how they can create value for Hawaiian Airlines.
Work with senior leadership and department leaders to assess the case for technology adoption based on business case.
Liase with vendors and service providers to select the products or services that best meet company goals.
Develop solution architecture for key projects.
Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience, relevant certifications, and professional training programs
Ten years of professional experience, with at least five years of relevant industry / functional experience.
Experience with distributed systems, infrastructure, application architecture, and cyber security.
Experience developing business and technology roadmaps and related artifacts.
Excellent client/user interaction skills to determine requirements.
Strong knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws.
Strong presentation and written skills.
Graduate degree in information systems, engineering, or a similar field.
Three (3) or more years of airline industry experience.
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