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ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning Job Description Bundle Released

Job Descriptions for Information TechnologyERP – Enterprise Resource Planning Job Descriptions - Janco has just released 15 Enterprise Resource Planning Job Descriptions in its ERP Job Description Bundle.  In Janco’s continuing efforts to make IT recruiting efforts easier, they have released this set of ERP job descriptions.  Victor Janulaitis, the CEO of Janco said, “As CIOs continue to look into the future with mobile computing, BYOD, and social networking the demand for ERP technologists is on the rise.  The 15 job descriptions included in this bundle have been created with these new requirements in mind.”

The ERP bundle contains 3 to 5 page detail job descriptions for 15 job positions including following specific ERP positions : Project Manager – ERP,   Business Analyst,   Data Architect,  Decision Support Analyst, ERP – Developer,   Functional Lead,  Infrastructure Administrator,  Master Data Analyst,  Process Owner,  Security Administrator,  Security Analyst,  Subject Matter Expert,  Team Lead, Technical Lead,  and  Trainer.   These job descriptions are fully compatible with all mandated requirements and have been updated with ISO and security compliance requirements in mind.

The CEO said, “CIO in organizations of all sizes have infrastructure they need to manage, increasing cost pressures and uncertainty in the market, at the same time they are focused on growth agendas, whatever they may be. CIOs have to leverage technology in a more effective and efficient manner to allow that to happen.  That is the driver behind the increased demand for ERP.” He added, “With the project increase in staffing in the new year, many CIOs are looking to increase staffing in ERP.  With these standardized job descriptions the recruiting process should be much easier. “

ERP Salaries are at the upper end of the IT salary ranges

ERP Salaries

Enterprise Architecture Job Description Bundle

Enterprise Architecture has become a common practice for large IT organizations. For the first time there is a methodology to encompass all of the various IT aspects and processes into a single practice. However, realizing the full potential of enterprise architecture can be challenging. There are many aspects to enterprise architecture, including architecture planning, cloud computing, governance, taxonomies and system development methodologies, all of which impact its success. Without the right guidance, tools, frameworks, process, policies and procedures enterprise architecture  can quickly become unwieldy.

To support enterprise architecture many of the key positions have to assume new roles and responsibilities.  The 18 job descriptions below have been modified to reflect these new requirements are are a must for any enterprise that is moving in direction of enterprise architecture.

  • Vice President Strategy and Architecture
  • Chief Information Officer- CIO
  • Chief Information Officer – Small Enterprise - CIO
  • Chief Compliance Officer - CCO
  • Chief Security Officer - CSO
  • Chief Technology Officer - CTO
  • Manager Change Control
  • Manager Competitive Intelligence
  • Manager Database
  • Manager Enterprise Architecture
  • Manager Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance
  • Manager Video and Website Content
  • Project Manager Enterprise Architecture
  • Capacity Planning Supervisor
  • Change Control Supervisor
  • Cloud Computing Architect
  • Database Administrator
  • Enterprise Architect
  • PCI-DSS Coordinator

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