Application Development Technical Lead

Job Description Ability to bring closure to complex issues, problems, and projects. Develop computer programs, responds to questions, and resolves problems Develops complex applications, using functional specifications, in accordance with departmental policies/procedures, methodologies and project schedules Designs, codes, tests and implements modifications or enhancements to applications Develops system and/or program level specifications Experience with software development (SDLC) methodologies Ability to work effectively with clients, interpreting their issues and translating them into workable solutions Develops and executes test plans, assuring that both component and integrated tests are successfully completed Assists and/or develops training for internal IT staff and business users Qualifications Required: Bachelors in Computer Science or equivalent. 8+ years of experience in software development Proficiency in Java, Webservices, SOA, Plug-ins, Messaging, API and Tomcat. The role will be strong in REST APIs, JSON, XML, and SOAP, including security for REST and SOAP APIs including OAUTH, SAML, Token, etc Preferred: Certification in Guidewire V8.0 (PC & BC) or later. Experience in Guidewire implementation with focus on PolicyCenter (PC) V7.0 or later  and BillingCenter (BC) V7.0 or later Proficiency in Property & Casualty Insurance personal lines domain. AINS certification preferred Proficiency in Guidewire Rating Engine, Activity Assignment, Rules Framework, Workflows Proficiency in Oracle database with advanced SQL knowledge Proficiency in Agile development methodology Proficiency in Software Configuration Management tools. 2591BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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