Object Oriented Programmer - Java or .NET
Bank Of America - Newark, DE

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Participates in design, development and implementation of systems engineering activities, to include OS technical support, systems programming and data center capabilities. Responsible for components of complex engineering and/or analytical tasks and activities. Assists in establishment of input/output processes and working parameters for hardware compatibility and coordination of subsystems design and integration of total system. Serves as a fully seasoned/proficient technical resource; provides tech knowledge and capabilities as team member and individual contributor. Will not have direct reports but will influence and direct activities of a team related to special initiatives or operations. Provides input on staffing, budget and personnel. Typically 5 or more years of systems engineering experience.

  • A minimum of 5 years related experience

  • Application development experience in Object Oriented Programming using Java or .NET

  • Agile experience preferred
Desired Skills

  • PEGA - PRPC expert. CSSA certification required. CLSA would be a Plus.

  • Hands-on experience developing complex solutions in PRPC.

  • Proven experience leading developers and projects

  • Ability to work with developers, business analysts, system admins, testers and ScrumMaster to deliver on time.

  • Ability to work across other technical teams, architecture and vendor teams to deliver on design, coding and testing.

  • Ability to mentor and coach junior developers in the application and monitor their performance/track delivery.

  • Ability to work with system integration/user acceptance/performance testing teams to review/write scripts.

  • Prefer development experience with Smart Dispute framework.

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