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Oracle Database Developer - Activity Based Costing Datamart/GT&O Technology ADS

Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description:

The selected candidate will be an individual contributor responsible for development of the Activity Based Costing Datamart. This is an exciting project which will make GT&O costs more transparent to our clients and executive leadership. You may have taken the Activity Based Costing Surveys. This development team takes that data, combines with other data, and will create new cost reporting for all of GT&O. We continually look for innovative ways to make this process better and you can bring your ingenuity to this effort. Candidate will be a member of a small team of developers and data analysts who support development of the Tech ADS. Candidate will be responsible for a wide range of programming tasks and technologies including Exadata, Python, etc. Candidate will be involved in design, code, test and level 2/3 support of the data warehouse. In addition to development, the candidate will be responsible for partnering with the business to ensure requirements are met and with other functional areas of technology (QA, Production Support) to ensure effective implementation. Team uses an Agile development process.

Requirements:

  • Requires 4+ years of development experience

  • Experience working with large data sets

  • Experience with high level programming languages (Python, Java, etc)

  • Experience working with database systems (e.g. Exadata)

  • Experience with Tableau is a plus

  • Experience working as part of an Agile team and using Agile SDLC tools (Jira, etc.)

  • Ability to partner with other functional areas to ensure execution of development, design, coding, testing, debugging and documenting application

  • Ability to develop awareness of business function for which application is being designed in order to drive out detailed requirements and form effective partnerships

  • Strong analytical ability, independent problem solving, and good communication skills

  • Demonstrated ability to learn new technologies and deliver in a fast paced agile environment

  • Expert knowledge and experience in software development methodologies and industry practices

  • Expert understanding and experience with building and deploying enterprise applications

  • Ability to work in a matrix environment with minimal supervision

  • Excellent written, verbal and diagramming skills. Expertise in using PowerPoint and clearly articulating findings/presenting solutions

Enterprise Role Overview:

TO BE USED ONLY IN ORGANIZATIONS DELIVERING SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS: Responsible for developing and delivering complex software requirements to accomplish business goals. Ensures that software is developed to meet functional, non-functional, and compliance requirements. Codes solutions, unit tests, and ensures the solution can be integrated successfully into the overall application/system with clear, robust and well-tested interfaces. Familiar with development and testing practices of the bank. 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. Contributes to existing test suites (integration, regression, performance); Analyzes test reports, identifies any test issues/errors; Triages the underlying cause. Documents and communicates required information for deployment, maintenance, support, and business functionality. Participates, contributes and can coach team members in the delivery/release (CI-CD) events. e.g. branching timelines, pull requests, issue triage, merge/conflict resolution, release notes. Individual contributor.

Job Band:

H5

Shift: 

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:

0

Job Description:

The selected candidate will be an individual contributor responsible for development of the Activity Based Costing Datamart. This is an exciting project which will make GT&O costs more transparent to our clients and executive leadership. You may have taken the Activity Based Costing Surveys. This development team takes that data, combines with other data, and will create new cost reporting for all of GT&O. We continually look for innovative ways to make this process better and you can bring your ingenuity to this effort. Candidate will be a member of a small team of developers and data analysts who support development of the Tech ADS. Candidate will be responsible for a wide range of programming tasks and technologies including Exadata, Python, etc. Candidate will be involved in design, code, test and level 2/3 support of the data warehouse. In addition to development, the candidate will be responsible for partnering with the business to ensure requirements are met and with other functional areas of technology (QA, Production Support) to ensure effective implementation. Team uses an Agile development process.

Requirements:

  • Requires 4+ years of development experience

  • Experience working with large data sets

  • Experience with high level programming languages (Python, Java, etc)

  • Experience working with database systems (e.g. Exadata)

  • Experience with Tableau is a plus

  • Experience working as part of an Agile team and using Agile SDLC tools (Jira, etc.)

  • Ability to partner with other functional areas to ensure execution of development, design, coding, testing, debugging and documenting application

  • Ability to develop awareness of business function for which application is being designed in order to drive out detailed requirements and form effective partnerships

  • Strong analytical ability, independent problem solving, and good communication skills

  • Demonstrated ability to learn new technologies and deliver in a fast paced agile environment

  • Expert knowledge and experience in software development methodologies and industry practices

  • Expert understanding and experience with building and deploying enterprise applications

  • Ability to work in a matrix environment with minimal supervision

  • Excellent written, verbal and diagramming skills. Expertise in using PowerPoint and clearly articulating findings/presenting solutions

Enterprise Role Overview:

TO BE USED ONLY IN ORGANIZATIONS DELIVERING SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS: Responsible for developing and delivering complex software requirements to accomplish business goals. Ensures that software is developed to meet functional, non-functional, and compliance requirements. Codes solutions, unit tests, and ensures the solution can be integrated successfully into the overall application/system with clear, robust and well-tested interfaces. Familiar with development and testing practices of the bank. 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. Contributes to existing test suites (integration, regression, performance); Analyzes test reports, identifies any test issues/errors; Triages the underlying cause. Documents and communicates required information for deployment, maintenance, support, and business functionality. Participates, contributes and can coach team members in the delivery/release (CI-CD) events. e.g. branching timelines, pull requests, issue triage, merge/conflict resolution, release notes. Individual contributor.

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week: 

40

Learn more about this role

Full time

JR-21027461

Band: H5

Manages People: No

Travel: Yes, 5% of the time

Manager:

Talent Acquisition Contact:

Patricia Kitchens

Referral Bonus:

0

Street Address

Primary Location:
100 N TRYON ST, NC, Charlotte, 28255