ATM Application Developer Consultant

US Bancorp   •  

Irving, TX

Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance


11 - 15 years

Posted 107 days ago

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U.S. Bank is seeking an Application Developer with web design, ATM development experience, and web service creation, to contribute toward the success of our ATM initiatives. Development of UI/UX and flow of a multi-platform self-service application. May perform some application architecture functions. Documents the designs for application updates and enhancements. Ability to work on initiatives for multiple projects at one time. Identifies opportunities to improve process. Codes and documents solution. Develops high level application specifications. Ensures that expected application performance levels are achieved. Codes, debugs, documents, maintains, and modifies computer programs of high complexity, significance, and risk. Investigate, analyze, and resolve highly complex technical problems. Identifies and manages interfaces, service levels, standards, and configurations. Identifies opportunities for improvement and recommends technical solutions. Demonstrates deep understanding of the business needs driving projects.

Successful applicants will exemplify US Bank's ethical principles of uncompromising integrity, respect for others, accountability for decisions, actions, and good citizenship.


Basic Qualifications

-Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
-At least 10 years experience with developing and implementing applications.

Required Skills/Experience
- System testing
- Information testing
- Angular JS, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript
- Multi-Vendor ATM Application Development
-Java development

Extensive experience in:
- ATM Communication Protocol (NDC, 912,IFX)
- Release management

Subject matter expert in:
-System development life cycle
-Change control
-IT standards, procedures, policy
-Application design, architecture
-Application testing
-Application maintenance
-Application development tools
-Modeling: data, process, events, objects