Senior Developer - IBM Sterling OMS
Senior Developer in IBM Sterling Commerce:
Sr Developer - IBM Sterling OMS is a leader who will be responsible developing, unit testing and supporting software projects throughout all phases of the software development life cycle.
Sr Developer- IBM Sterling OMS is responsible for but not limited to:
- Lead project to extend the capabilities of the OMS and related system components to meet evolving business needs.
- Interface wrappers, User Exits for external calls made into Sterling Commerce platform
- User Interface extensions using the Web Store Application
- Database extensions on an DB2 Database
- System solutions that support the order management lifecycle (Order to Cash)
- Work directly with the Architects to ensure the system is implemented as designed and in adherence to the Standards.
- Work closely with the team, product owner and QA to design and develop software applications.
- Develop and perform unit testing of your software
Prototype solutions as needed
- Document work for easy hand-off to other teams
- Build scalable and fault tolerant solutions Integrate with overlapping cross-functional teams
- Mentor junior software engineers.
- Develop solutions to real world problems and provide effort and cost estimates.
- Experience and designing Sterling Commerce with Webservices
- 5 years of experience developing OMS solutions using IBM Sterling Commerce
- 5 years of experience developing in Java/J2EE Java/JEE, Eclipse platform, XML, XSD and other related technologies
- Experience with End To End OMS implementation
- Practical skills with Web Services and ATG Web commerce
- Experience as a Technical Lead large IT projects
- Experience with fast paced and overlapping product release cycles
- Experience working in cross-functional, muti-location teams
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
- Ability to be flexible in a changing environment
Bachelors degree in Computer Science or equivalent work experience required, one additional year of experience is required for each year of college not attained.
Mon, 2 Oct 2017 10:06:20 PDT