Apps Systems Engineer 5

Company Name:
Wells Fargo
Position Type:
Wholesale Technology Services
Development engineer for the Electronic Payment Broker application, a messaging and translation system. Responsible for the design and development of interfaces and flows for new projects, enhancement of existing processes, and production support.
Acts as a lead in providing application design guidance and consultation, utilizing a thorough understanding of applicable technology, tools and existing designs. Analyzes highly complex business requirements, designs and writes technical specifications to design or redesign complex computer platforms and applications. Provides coding direction to less experienced staff or develops highly complex original code. Acts as an expert technical resource for modeling, simulation and analysis efforts. Verifies program logic by overseeing the preparation of test data, testing and debugging of programs. Oversees overall systems testing and the migration of platforms and applications to production. Develops new documentation, departmental technical procedures and user guides. Leads projects, allocates and manages resources and manages the work of less experienced staff. Assures quality, security and compliance requirements are met for supported area and oversees creation of or updates to and testing of the business continuation plan.
Basic Qualifications
7+ years application development and implementation experience.
Minimum Qualifications
- Proven WebSphere Message Broker development skills.
- Proven working knowledge of MQ and DB2.
- Working knowledge of AIX or other UNIX/LINUX.
Preferred Skills
- WebSphere Transformation eXtender (WTX) exposure.
- COGNOS Business Intelligence Reporting.
- IP/HTTP services in WMB.
- JAVA-based development.
- zLinux exposure.
- IBM Financial Transaction Manager (FTM) experience.

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