Lansa Developer

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies

IB experience advantageous but not a pre-requisite
Three years LANSA development experience
Experience working in an enterprise environment and a proven record of delivery in a collaborative environment.
Excellent understanding of the full SDLC lifecycle including both Waterfall and Agile methodologies.
Exposure to test-driven development and automated testing
Hands on experience with Perforce, Subversion, ClearCase or other source code control tools
Willingness to broaden skill sets and learn a secondary technology where necessary
Demonstrate awareness of one of: design patterns, object oriented design principles or database design fundamentals
Proficiency with MS Office applications.
Willingness and capacity to learn complex financial concepts relevant to the role
Previous experience of ACBS application would be highly advantageous
Previous experience in AS400 iSeries web services would be preffered
General understanding of the finance markets and environment
Specific product knowledge of any of the following is beneficial: Loans processing, FX, commodities, debt products, credit derivatives, equities, and other derivative products
Ability to work independently and proactively.
Analytical skills; ability to investigate and resolve issues in a high-pressured environment
Ability to build productive working relationships with other IT groups, business users and support teams.
Strong ability to analyze data; attention to detail and good quantitative ability.
Strong verbal and written communication skills with a good command over English and ability to explain complex technical and functional topics in simple terms over the phone.
Willingness to work closely as part of a team with users, developers and business analysts outside home locations
Positive team player
A highly-motivated individual; confident, proactive, enthusiastic, willing to learn and use initiative.
Dedicated and reliable; detail oriented and results driven
Capable of dealing with diversity

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