The Senior Developer works under minimal supervision and will develop, test, debug and document software components commensurate with their experience under the limited supervision of more senior development staff in support of a software engineering effort.
Review and analyze complex process, system and/or data requirements and specifications.
Serve as the primary designer for complex component designs for one or more areas (subsystems) of a project, product or program.
Build, test, deploy, and document complex software components for one or more areas (subsystems) of a project, product, and/or program level solution.
Assist in the creation of software engineering strategies that help identify and mitigate risks.
Lead other team members in peer review of code.
Interface with other team members and other teams in peer review of requirements, specifications and software.
Document and communicate development status in a timely manner including metric reporting.
Champion the collaborative resolution of defects.
Lead/Co-lead internal process improvement initiatives. Provide feedback on processes by offering suggestions.
Mentor and supervise junior staff in project-level tasks.
Assist with adherence to technology policies and comply with all security controls.
Ensure all work products meets /exceeds FINRA standards.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related discipline with at least five (5) years of related experience, or equivalent training and / or work experience.
Demonstrated technical expertise in Object Oriented and database technologies / concepts which resulted in deployment of enterprise quality solutions.
Past experience with developing enterprise quality solutions in an iterative or Agile environment.
Knowledge of industry leading software engineering approaches including Test Automation, Build Automation and Configuration Management frameworks.
Strong written and verbal technical communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to develop effective working relationships that improved the quality of work products.
Should be well organized, thorough, and able to handle competing priorities.
Ability to maintain focus and develop proficiency in new skills rapidly.
Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
Knowledge of C++ programming language preferred.
Work is normally performed in an office environment.
Occasional travel and extended hours may be required.
To be considered for this position, please submit an application.
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