Hogan Systems/Celeriti Fintech technical professional. Reporting to the Core Banking Systems technology manager, this Hogan Systems technician will support the Core Hogan System. This position includes the design, development and implementation of custom application changes required to support technology and business projects. Also included is the identification and resolution of software problems, interfacing with other application teams, resolution of problems with vendor delivered and custom code. Umbrella systems experience is a plus.
6 to 8 years experience within the following Hogan system applications IDS - Integrated Deposit Systems UMB - Umbrella Programming Interface SPS - Scheduled Processing System FSS - Financial Support System ODS - Online Delivery System
Job Requirements: Work within the Core Banking Systems technology team as a Hogan System technical subject matter expert. This individual with possess the skills to design, development and implement custom application changes required for technology and business projects. Candidate will work as part of the Hogan technology team to implement appropriate source code to keep the Hogan System environments current. Candidate will have a complete technical understanding of the internal functions of the IDS and ODS products including system balancing and G/L interfaces.
6+ years Hogan batch and online programming experience PCD experience Technical understanding of the Hogan System conversion process Technical understanding of Hogan programming standards Enterprise COBOL skills JCL VSAM supporting applications running in a CICS environment CICS Web service integration TSO/ISPF experience Excellent Analytical skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Problem Solver Innovative Trustworthy Enthusiastic about their work Thinks analytically Team Player
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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