Conduct project and issue management (status reporting, issue reporting, etc/budget reporting) for assigned scope of work, and make decisions that impact the team through regular consultation with senior management.
The Diagnostics Engineer/Project Manager will take on the responsibility of managing the technical production and contractual aspects of multiple projects within the office with focus on restoration, rehabilitation, renovation, and forensics related work.
The Data Manager /Report Developer is responsible for the design and management of all fundraising data systems, which may include record creation/maintenance, data quality monitoring, interfaces and data entry procedures to minimize user error/data inconsistencies, collaboration with staff in designing and deploying data reports, and integration of data between databases and web-enabled resources.
Provides direction to engineering resources in areas including but not limited to: routing protocols, routers, switches, firewall administration, MPLS, Private Line, VPN, DNS/DHCP, load balancing and SSL. Hands-on experience in these disciplines is required.
Work in cross-disciplinary teams with KPMG industry experts to understand client needs and ingest rich data sources such as social media, news, internal/external documents, emails financial data, and operational data.
Direct design activities to meet overall project objectives (scope, cost, quality, schedule) for any project that includes filling, capping, labeling, conveying, packing, coding, palletizing, and stretch wrapping.
As a Capital One Software Engineer, you'll work on everything from customer-facing web and mobile applications using cutting-edge open source frameworks, to highly-available RESTful microservices, to back-end Java based systems using the hottest techniques in Big Data.
Identify opportunities for improvement in production and productivity, driving solutions and implementation of process modifications to enhance quality, improve profitability and increase customer satisfaction.