The ACH Mainframe Developer must be innovative, energetic and driven to provide great customer services. The successful candidate will function as a collaborative member on a team of PEP+ System developers focused on delivering scalable, high quality, high performing technology solutions. The ACH Mainframe Developer will be responsible for development, maintenance, and support within an IBM z/OS environment. In this role, the selected candidate must be able to work independently or part of a team to meet the company's goals through the analysis, design, implementation and use of application software.
High energy with a 'take charge' and 'make it happen' attitude. Must be customer focused to understand and appropriately respond to customers' business needs Possess a strong sense of ownership for achieving results Strong oral and written communication skills Prior experience working in a dynamic, fast-paced Banking Software environment Team Player Proficient at solving complex problems Advanced problem solving and debugging skills Passionate and inquisitive approach to the technology driven world Demonstrated critical thinking skills, ability to accurately analyze information and make sound decisions Exhibit a passion to streamline common activities (automate) Experience in reviewing application design and ensuring conformance to company specific enterprise architecture Ability to independently drive solutions while working with multiple teams. Experience leading technical design sessions Experience in verification and validation Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, MIS or a related field or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience
Preferred Technical Skills:
6+ years' experience in a IBM z/OS environment On call Production support Batch and online programming experience Supporting applications running in a CICS environment File Aid Xpeditor IBM Enterprise COBOL skills JCL VSAM CICS Web service integration TSO/ISPF experience DB2 experience a Plus Excellent Analytical skills
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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