Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance•
Not Specified years
Posted 79 days ago
The Enterprise Technology Property & Casualty Claims Injury Team is seeking a qualified Software Developer. Customer satisfaction is a high priority and you may be the right person with the right skills to help move our organization forward!
This individual will work in a small agile team. Specific responsibilities include:
*Analyzes the technical and business requirements, including functional and non-functional requirements, to develop a systems solution
*Works closely with business partners to understand business requirements to design quality technical solutions that align with business and IT strategies and comply with the organization's architectural standards
*Resolves problems that result in a decreased time to market; improves quality, enhances flexibility, and embraces the solution provider mindset
*Conducts research and integrates industry best practices into processes and potential solutions
*Influences and offers feedback to business and systems partners to enhance product vision, software development, integration, and support
*Drives, embraces, and enables an environment of change fostering innovation, championing initiatives, efforts, and ideas
*Maintains solid relationship and strategic partnering skills with business partners, team members, and external associates
Competencies needed to be successful at this position:
Strong communication skills
Ability to work in a fast paced environment
Agile methodology experience
Technical skills required:
Java, Spring Framework, J2EE, test automation, Selenium, Version One, Splunk, GIT, APIs
Insurance claim business knowledge desired.
Duties and Responsibilities:
This position will have an 18-month incumbency period, beginning on the effective date of the position, which must be met before the employee can post for any other lateral State Farm position. Employees may be considered for openings for Technology Engineer positions or promotional opportunities into leadership at any time, and into a promotional position within the same job structure after 6 months from the effective date of the position. In these cases, the remaining incumbency would be waived. The incumbency period does not affect the at-will relationship between State Farm and the employee and does not create an employment contract, nor contractual rights.