Appian Digital/Process Automation Architect Associate Manager (R00048459_Minneapolis)
Do you wish to redefine yourself in this post-digital age by stretching your own professional skill and capability boundary?
The Accenture Digital Process Automation practice has multiple openings for experienced Appian practitioners to inject fresh thoughts and ideas into our continuous innovation engine and expand your own professional service footprints on the client market platform across all major industry verticals in North America and globally.
As a practice, our mission and specialty are to leverage leading Digital Process Automation technologies (e.g. Appian) as the catalyst to partner with our clients to reimagine the future of business. We have the distinctive advantage to tap into the unprecedented scale of disruptive technology capabilities as well as the cross-industry strategy thought leadership within Accenture, virtually unlimited training resources and opportunities, a vast global network of DPA professionals sharing similar drive and passion, and the “partner of choice” level of alliance with leading technology vendors.
We will assist you in finding the right level to launch your Accenture Technology consulting career, and carving out an accelerated career development path to take increasing scope of responsibilities across the full spectrum of DPA consulting value chain: business and IT strategy, digital transformation solutioning, delivery management, enterprise architecture, functional design and implementation, CX/UX, mobility, integrated platforms (RPA/ML/IoT/Block Chain/Analytics) and DevOps. There are also opportunities for growing Appian Community of Practice, DPA Center of Excellence, sales, client relationship and vendor alliance development.
The Work (Role Description)
Depending on the hiring level, the role ranges from Appian Delivery Lead, Functional and Technical Architect, to Senior Developer and Designer.
The Delivery Lead is accountable for the overall project success and client relationship, partnering with Lead Architect(s) to jointly shape up the functional and technical design of the solution, manage work decomposition and distribution, manage scope and task prioritization, to ensure quality delivery on time and under budget.
The Functional/Technical Architects owns the design and quality inspection of various deliverables. They also help facilitate project discovery, requirement gathering, demo, testing, training and deployment processes.
The Senior Developer/Designers contribute to solution design, implementation, deployment and support various testing activities of the project.
In your role as an Appian DPA Architect in Accenture, your day may look like this:
8:30am ………………….…. Daily sync up with distributed Accenture team (teammates can be anywhere from US/Canada/India/Philippines/Mexico/Brazil/Argentina/etc.)
9:00am ……………….….….Daily standup call with full project team including client teams
9:30am ~ 11am …….….Multiple breakout work sessions on targeted issue/topics
Lunch ………………..….…. A quick bite while watching annually updated Accenture Tech Vision video playbacks
1:00pm ~ 3:00pm ….. Roll up the sleeves to work on your deliverables
3:00pm ~ 3:30pm ….. Do something mind refreshing
3:30pm ~ 4:00pm ….. Meet with client enterprise architect on integration topics
4:00pm ~ 4:30pm ….. Meet with client business leads to socialize design ideas
4:30pm ~ 5:00pm ….. Project team (local time zones) sync up and compile status/work transition email to distributed team members.
5:00pm ~ 5:30pm ….. Review discussion threads on Accenture’s Global Appian Community of Practice portal, or continue writing up your article about a design pattern best practice for Accenture Knowledge Exchange publication
For now, all Accenture business travel, international and domestic, is currently restricted to client-essential sales/delivery activity only.
Please note: The safety and well-being of our people continues to be the top priority, and our decisions around travel are informed by government COVID-19 response directives, recommendations from leading health authorities and guidance from a number of infectious disease experts.Qualifications
Here's What You Need (Basic Qualifications):
Appian L2 Certificate
Minimum of 2 years of experience of Appian design, development, system integrations, deployment of enterprise system solutions.
Minimum of 5 years of software technology industry experience.
Minimum of 2 years in the field of Business Process Management (BPM)
Bachelor's degree or equivalent (minimum 12 years) work experience. (If Associate’s Degree, must have minimum 6 years work experience)
Bonus points if you have:
Appian L3 Certificate (or commensurate level of Appian experience)
Experience of business process and data modeling using mainstream tools (Visio, Metastorm/Opentext, Aris, ERWin, etc.)
Experience and knowledge of other low code BPM/DPA technologies (Pega, Mendix, Outsystems, Communda etc.)
Experience and skills in technology fit/gap analysis, vendor assessment, use case assessment, solution roadmapping and executive presentation
Experience in Agile Scrum project management and/or execution
Experience in Appian software installation on various type of on-prem/cloud infrastructures
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