Chief Enterprise Architect

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

The Chief Enterprise Product Architect is responsible for the architectural design of all OneSpan’s Software Products, i.e. mobile, cloud, and on-premises software products ensuring that they use appropriate modern technologies, that they are designed with consistent frameworks to be scalable, robust and interoperable, and that they comply with OneSpan’s continuous integration/continuous deployment requirements. 

Principal duties and responsibilities:

  • Lead the way for all software products following a cloud first strategy, standardization of technology stack, refactoring of legacy solutions.
  • Consult and provide direction in early stages of the lifecycle, recommending the best ways to design conceptual architectures, performance, scalability, and architectural best practices.
  • Managing, coaching and developing a team of architects around the globe.
  • Deliver architectural initiatives that drive and improve efficiency in line with business strategy.


  • Several years of expertise in managing and/or designing enterprise-wide architecture for software solutions.
  • Many years of experience in managing, mentoring, motivating, and growing a mature and goal-driven international team.
  • Familiarity with acquisitions; both technical due diligence and integration of technologies.
  • Proven experience in architecting and delivering reliable, available, scalable, secure, high-end SaaS solutions for processing large transaction volumes.
  • Established expertise in cloud technologies and practices, building applications using a variety of cloud native services across both AWS and Azure. Experience with containers and well-grounded in the knowledge of engineering and continuous delivery practices.
  • Architecture and/or Innovation management experience in a modern, secure, and highly integrated cloud-based solutions' environment.
  • Experience with Agile best practices such as Containerization methodologies and strategies around Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment including associated tools such as, but not limited to, Jenkins, OpenShift, Docker, Kubernetes.