The Bond & Specialty Insurance IT organization seeks a talented Software Developer to join our Claim Agile Release Train. You will work on a Feature Team following the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and will be responsible for assisting in the development, maintenance, testing and support of Bond Claim applications. This position offers a broad range of career progression. Take the next step up in your career path with this excellent opportunity!
As a member of a Feature Team, you will work collaboratively under general supervision to perform programming, configuring, and/or analysis of Claim applications. You will have the autonomy to experiment in the spirit of Agile and Lean – do what works, try new things, and stop doing what doesn’t work. Join us to constantly challenge yourself to learn as technology evolves.
We’re dedicated to enabling our technology systems to be as intuitive, automated, and resilient as our customers expect them to be. Our Agile teams are empowered do their best work and relentlessly improve our claim handling platforms.
Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities
High School diploma or equivalent required. 3 years of programming/development experiencerequired.
Education, Work Experience & Knowledge
Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred. 5 years of programming/development experiencepreferred.
Job Specific & Technical Skills & Competencies
Technical Knowledge: Demonstrates advanced programming/configuration/analytical skills to achieve business and or technical requirements. Able to work independently to resolve discrepancies, defects, incidents or problems with understanding of the business and system impacts. Able to identify and exercise appropriate escalation communications. Demonstrates an aptitude for learning and applying new and/or updated programming languages, techniques, and/or software development disciplines. Demonstrates understanding of the supported business systems. Communication Skills: Ability to communicate thoughts/designs/ideas in an unambiguous manner and adjusts communication based on audience. Exhibits active and effective communication skills with team members – including active listening and effective written and verbal communication skills. Effectively contributes and communicates with the immediate team. Business Knowledge & Partnership: Able to clearly and concisely communicate with the business. Demonstrates willingness, cooperation, and concern for business issues. Able to understand assigned business unit and business priorities. Able to coordinate with other technical areas to achieve project/department or division goals. Problem Solving & Decision Making: Able to recognize, analyze, and diagnose business and technical problems, incidents, and defects of advanced complexity. Able to creatively evaluate alternative solutions Able to reuse previously completed processes. Demonstrates the ability to make routine decisions independently and recognizes when escalation is necessary. Team Orientation: Ability to build and foster relationships with team, business, and technical partners to achieve objectives. Practices objectivity and openness to others’ views. Able to recognize and support team priorities. Leadership: Exhibits team leadership and collaborates with partners. Planning (Project Management): Able to manage time and competing priorities and provide management with accurate and timely status information. Able to accurately evaluate and estimate tasks. Financial Awareness: Able to understand how the project schedule relates to budget.
Requires weekend work hours. Requires overnight work hours. Requires holiday work hours (Federal and religious). Requires extended periods (1 or more weeks) of travel as needed. Requires travel up to 5% of time.
Experience working in an Agile Team environment
Operates standard office equipment. Requires extended periods of computer use. Requires extended periods of sitting.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
Travelers is an equal opportunity employer.