Responsible for designing and developing complex requirements to accomplish business goals. Ensures that software is developed to meet functional, non-functional, and compliance requirements. Ensures solutions are well designed with maintainability/ease of integration and testing built-in from the outset. Possess strong proficiency in development and testing practices common to the industry, and have extensive experience of using design and architectural patterns. At this level, specializations start to form in either Architecture, Test Engineering or DevOp. Contributes to story refinement/defining requirements. Participates and guides team in estimating work necessary to realize a story/requirement through the delivery lifecycle. Performs spike/proof of concept as necessary to mitigate risk or implement new ideas. Codes solutions and unit tests to deliver a requirement/story per the defined acceptance criteria and compliance requirements. Utilizes multiple architectural components (across data, application, business) in design and development of client requirements. Assists team with resolving technical complexities involved in realizing story work. Designs/develops/modifies architecture components, application interfaces, and solution enablers while ensuring principal architecture integrity is maintained. Designs/develops/maintains automated test suites (integration, regression, performance). Sets up and develops a continuous integration/continuous delivery pipeline. Automates manual release activities. Mentors other Software Engineers and coaches team on CI-CD practices and automating tool stack. Individual contributor.
Global Banking Technology - (GBT):
As Global Transaction Services (GTS) Data Platform lead will be responsible for leading efforts on substantial development/support projects. This means taking ownership to ensure work is completed on time and in accordance with all requirements (functional, non-functional and compliance). Solutions must be well-designed, maintainable, and supportable, mitigate risk and have testing integrated from the outset. Candidates must possess a strong proficiency in development practices and the ability to estimate the work required to complete projects. A background in Agile development practices, including the ability to break work into stories and to streamline the SDLC. The ideal candidate should be able to work seamlessly with other teams to get the job done, while also mentoring and coaching team members.
Shift:1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:40
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