Combining IT expertise with leadership and management skills, an architect is responsible for overseeing the technical systems and structures of a business or organisation.
Responsible for overseeing business IT projects from end to end, an architect acts as a link between developers, designers and the wider business.
There are four main types of technical architect, each with differing specialisms:
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The specific requirements and responsibilities of the architect role will vary depending on the focus of the company, but will typically include:
To work as a technical architect, you will need to have a degree in an associated subject such as IT, computer science or software development. A postgraduate qualification in these fields may also suffice to equip you with the technical knowledge the role requires.
Combining technical and managerial elements, the role of a technical architect requires a range of skills, including:
Experience in the industry is also essential in becoming a technical architect. Roles such as programming, testing and systems development can all provide the skills and experience which can lead to a career as an architect.