U.S. Bank Software Engineer 3 (Pegasystems) - Brookfield, WI or Telecommute in BROOKFIELD, Wisconsin
U.S. Bank is seeking a Pegasystems PRPC Developer with design and development experience to contribute toward the success of our technology initiatives. This development position is part of US Bank's Integrated Card Systems (ICS) team. ICS is responsible for developing and maintaining the core credit card processing system as well as the entire suite of systems needed to support the Retail Payments business line at US Bank. This position will focus on the credit card accounts collections system.
As part of an agile (SAFe) team, the primary responsibility will be to work as a member of an agile team to transform features into system functionality. This role participates in technical design, PRPC coding, testing, implementation, and documentation of technology solutions on the Pega BPM platform. An additional responsibility will be to ensure application stability through continual monitoring, tuning, and making performance improvements in the production environment.
Responsible for designing, testing, developing, operating and maintaining products, sometimes under the guidance of principal engineers.
Consistently writes production-ready code that is easily testable, easily understood by other developers and accounts for edge cases and errors.
Understands and knows when to use different data structures.
Consistently creates reasonable sized code reviews that contain descriptions of changes and testing conducted. Assesses other code reviews with the lens of quality and value - code quality, acceptance criteria, business logic, test coverage and aligned to overall architecture. Highlights any issues with a code review that might result in release complications. Proactive in evaluating code reviews in the team and resolving open code reviews in a timely manner.
Understands their team's testing approach and uses quality metrics to identify gaps. Works with their team to recommend solutions that are in accordance with accepted testing frameworks and the testing pyramid.
Actively participates and understands Scrum while developing a point of view on an effective software delivery process.
Reviews tasks critically and ensures they are appropriately prioritized and sized for continuous integration and incremental delivery. Anticipates and communicates blockers, delays before they require escalation.
Creates project proposals and designs that have considerable impact or touch multiple systems. Technical designs are clear, well thought out, and considers dependencies, failure states, maintainability, testability and ease of support.
Keeps business context in mind when proposing architectural decisions. Also considers scalability, reliability and performance of systems/contexts affected when defining technical designs.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
Three to five years of relevant experience
-Preferred 4 years of experience with Pegasystems PRPC v6.x/v7 IDE and supporting frameworks (CPM; Collections)
-Pega certified senior system architect (CSSA) or higher strongly preferred
-Object-oriented programming background (java or .NET)
-IBM WebSphere admin and tuning
-XML and Schema definitions
-Web Services / WSDL / SOAP / JMS, preferably via Tibco middleware
-Database connectivity, preferably exposure to IBM UDB 10.X
-Experience with computer / telephony integration including IVR, Screen-Pop and soft phone
-Exposure to working in Agile (SAFe) methodology or other agile methodology
-Demonstrated experience in developing and integrating complex software solutions in the financial services industry, credit card and collections system experience a plus
Job: Information Technology
Primary Location: Wisconsin-WI-Brookfield
Shift: 1st - Daytime
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Requisition ID: 200014514
Other Locations: United States
U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.