CACI is searching for an Enterprise Architect to join our team at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. - In this role, you will search, develop/documents, and analyze enterprise, operational, and system architectures for Department of Defense (DoD) combatant command headquarters; develop DoD Architecture Framework-compliant views and associated data, and work with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe operational and system processes, nodes, activities, associated inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms. - You will prepare, staff, and publish formal Command architecture documents, produce architecture development plans and reports and conducts Strategic Architecture Branch staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.) as required. - You will be responsible for researching, developing/documenting, and analyzing USCENTCOM architectures (including business/war-fighting/enterprise information environment/intelligence processes and information technology) to identify mission capability gaps, overlaps, and shortfalls; determines and recommends architectural, IT, or process solutions and researches and develops other architecture-related documents and plans as required. Required Qualifications: - Candidate will be required to have a current US Top Secret Clearance or higher. Prefer Top Secret/SCI. - Bachelor's degree in related field or equivalent and 12+ years related experience. Master's degree preferred. - Production of DODAF-compliant war fighter domain architectures (e.g., logistics, joint training, force application, force management, force protection, and battle space awareness). Exposure to Cyberwarfare concepts is a plus. - Possess Formal DOD architecture development education (DODAF) and/or equivalent architecture development experience. Exposure to other Frameworks such as TOGAF or Zachman is a plus. - Working familiarity with architecture tools and modeling representations such as UML (i.e., Rational Rose, Telelogic System Architect, etc.) to model both Static and Dynamic relationships, with particular emphasis on the ability to produce complex and detailed reports and presentations using the tools. - Working knowledge of the DOD Architecture Framework (DODAF) and other key DOD architecture and strategic planning instructions. Working knowledge of DOD Architecture Repository System (DARS) is a plus. - Advanced Microsoft Word and PowerPoint user capabilities to develop reports and presentations. - Excellent writing and communication skills, including the ability to develop analytical documents and present oral briefs to senior management. The candidate must be a strong team player with strong customer interface skills. - Ability to work independently with little direction and guidance and as a member of a team. - Understand DOD language/terminology. - Must have experience using CASEWISE Enterprise Architecture tools Desired Qualifications: - Joint military experience (joint task force headquarters and/or higher) - Experience using any of the following tools: Rational Rose, Popkin System Architect, Rational Requisite Pro, Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Access. - Experience with Client-Server and Peer-to-Peer Service Architectures; Distributed Computing Environments (e.g, DCE or CORBA on TCP/IP Networks, J2EE), OSI, SNMP, etc.; Working knowledge with Microsoft COM and/or .NET; Prototyping; software and systems engineering experience over the entire system/software development life cycle (experience with evolutionary, spiral, waterfall, etc. variations are all a plus); - Familiarity with Object Oriented concepts, Design Patterns, and use of application frameworks; Familiarity with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts, XML, SOAP,W3C standards; - Familiarity with Enterprise and System Architecture, including the DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF); Familiarity with DoD Net-Centric policies and mandates; Familiarity with Data Architecture, Data Integration, Data Replication, Data Synchronization, and Data Engineering principles, including both Logical and Physical Data Modeling. Understanding of (and experience with) Formal Software Engineering Processes in an organization employing an implementation of the Software Engineering Institutes (SEI) Capability Maturity Model (CMM) at Level 3 or higher. - Joint Military Experience (joint task force headquarters or higher); Experience on high-level military staff EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Typically requires bachelor's degree or equivalent, and 12-15 years of related (progressively responsible network systems engineering) experience. Master's degree in Computer Science preferred. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.