U.S. Bank is seeking a Application Developer with design and development experience to contribute toward the success of our technology initiatives.
--Participates in the technical design of application systems. Develops and implements application systems.
--Assists in definition of time tables and project tasks; analyzes and estimates cost and time. Performs change impact analysis tasks.
--Creates comprehensive unit test plans and test cases.
--Participates in design, coding, testing, implementation, and documentation of solutions.
--Creates and executes performance tests to ensure that expected application performance levels are achieved.
--Designs, codes, tests, debugs, documents, maintains, and modifies computer programs of moderate complexity, significance, and risk.
--Contributes and at times, leads clients and technical staff to investigate, analyze, and resolve technical problems related to system functions, programming, and procedures.
--Joins in post-implementation reviews of both application development content and process to maximize and share learning.
--Shares in monitoring operating efficiency of existing systems.
--Writes documentation that describes installation and operating procedures.
--Works well in small teams and is a self-starter.
--Can handle multiple projects concurrently and participate in an Agile/DevOps development process
Successful applicants will exemplify US Bank's ethical principles of uncompromising integrity, respect for others, accountability for decisions and actions, and good citizenship.
-Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
-At least 5 years experience with developing and implementing applications.
-Windows Server, Red Hat Linux
-.Net, Visual Studio, Java, HTML, Scripting, Apache, WebSphere, IIS
-SQL DB, Cassandra
-Financial industry experience a plus
Basic understanding in:
-Modeling: data, process, events, objects
-Application design, architecture
Working experience in:
Extensive experience in:
-Application development tools
-IT standards, procedures, policy
-System development life cycle
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