Software Engineer 4 (Java)

The Software Engineer 4 is a functionalexpert and technical thought leader in the field of software engineering as itrelates to the business objectives of Asurion. The Software Engineer 4 willdesign, code, test, and debug applications that meet system standards andfunctional requirements in various software languages. The Software Engineer 4is responsible for overseeing and conducting code reviews and assisting theManager and/or Sr. Manager by facilitating assigned activities including thecoordination of resources for approved Projects, system improvements, andad-hoc or emergency requests.

Job Description:

  • Develops effective, maintainable code in atimely fashion
  • Follows established coding standards andtechniques, assists with establishing standards
  • Develops automated unit test cases tovalidate defect-free code
  • Oversees and conducts code reviews to ensureadherence to established coding and architectural standards
  • Works with BAs and Integration Testing teamto ensure quality code that meets the functional requirements
  • Works with and leads off shore developmentteams. Acts as a technical resource for junior team members
  • Involved in integrating on-shore andoff-shore code
  • Shows a strong attention to developmentdetail, produces high-quality code
  • Assists the Manager and Sr. Manager with thetraining and mentoring of the team members.
  • Partners with business teams, development,and IT support to drive creation of processes and procedures
  • Maintains expertise in the application and useof systems, tools, and processes within the department's scope
  • Maintains expertise in the business processesthat drive the applications within the department's scope
  • Maintains a working knowledge of Asurion'sapplications and system integration and is able to understand changes in orderto anticipate cross-system or cross-process impacts.
  • Coordinates scheduled ad-hoc, and emergencytasks within the department's scope.
  • Ensures the appropriate adherence to Asurion'sinter-departmental processes and procedures within the testing team.
  • Provides proper status notifications arerelayed to business stakeholders and Client Relations for internal and externalcommunications through the approved protocols.
  • Effectively communicates the feasibility ofrequested deliverables and timelines to the Manager and/or Sr. Manager.
  • Utilizes design patterns that comply withsecurity policies and guidelines

Qualifications:

  • BS in Computer Science, Engineering,Mathematics, or a related field required
  • 5 or more years of software developmentexperience required
  • 3 or more years of development experienceusing (Java and/or Scala, Content Management Systems, Javascript, HTML5, CSS3)required
  • Experience being a technical leader preferred
  • Specific knowledge/experience in one or moreof the following preferred:
  • Application Architecture
  • Analysis
  • Java, Scala, ReactJS, HTML, XML, Web Services,HTTP, SOAP, REST, SQL, and DBMS (e.g., SQL Server, Oracle)
  • Strong OOD / OOP knowledge
  • Reactive Programming
  • Single Page Web Application experience
  • Multithreaded Web Application experience
  • Creation of Physical and Logical designdocuments
  • Developing applications servicing largetransactional system utilizing SQL Server and/or other equivalent large scalDBMS (e.g. Oracle)
  • Experience with object-oriented design andimplementation
  • Ability to design and implement appropriateinfrastructures to support cross platform and cross database environments,provide scalability and two-node implementation

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