Job Description :
Looking for a highly motivated developer with the ability to develop, debug, support, maintain and test software applications that support EDI business units.
Participates in the design, development and implementation of complex applications on NonStop and Linux platforms.
Role / Responsibilities / Key objectives
Function within a distributed team model and interact with global team members.
Collaborate with Product, the business, testers, infrastructure, and others to deliver solutions.
Participate in requirement gathering, design, development, testing, and implementation of complex applications. Responsible for components of complex engineering and / or analytical tasks and activities.
Ability to prioritize and execute multiple competing tasks.
Lead meetings with team, or project members, as necessary.
Create and maintain documentation such as design docs, mapping specifications, flow diagrams, technical recovery plans, etc.
Flexibility to work for extended hours and on weekends as needed to handle high priority issues.
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or other information systems related fields
2+ years of experience in software design & development
In-depth knowledge and experience with NonStop and / or Linux
Familiarity with SDLC processes
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong attention to detail and follow up
Ability to multi-task and prioritize competing demands
Knowledge of Macro / scrip languages such as TACL, ENFORM, shell, or perl
Relational database knowledge (SQL, Oracle)
Knowledge of transmission protocols such as NDM and sFTP
Knowledge of code pages and conversion / usage (UTF8, UTF16, etc)
Knowledge, or ability to learn, Cobol and proprietary mapping language (IpSwitch MWTranslator)
Experience with EDI file formats such as X12, XML, NACHA, IDOC, and EDIFACT
Familiarity with Payment flows & corporate banking (ACH, Wires, Checks, International)
Ability to gain a broad knowledge of the system; triage issues; engage appropriate development resources during any issues
Familiarity with Agile software development methodology