Citi Private Bank Applications Development Intermediate Programmer Analyst

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Citi Private Bank Applications Development Intermediate Programmer Analyst-19031986
Description
 

  • Candidate would be part of CPB Tech team based out of Pune. S/he would be involved in development, support and maintenance of new and existing global projects working right from design to implementation and support thereafter

  • Analysis, Design, Coding, Testing and Implementation of requirements

  • Comply with Citi SDLC standards

  • Interacting with other teams and individuals who are stakeholder in the application

  • Assist production support teams based on the need


Qualifications
 

Hands on experience in the following:

  • Java/J2EE Technologies 

  • Core Java (Must)

  • Augular2 or Angular 4 & HTML5 (Must)

  • Hibernate / iBatis (At least 1 is must)

  • Spring / Struts framework (At least 1 is must)

  • Web services (Must)

  • Design standards & framework (Must)

  • Knowledge in WebSphere / Tomcat (At least 1 is must)

  • EXT JS (Good to have)

  • RDBMS

  • Oracle (SQL & PL/SQL) / DB2 (At least 1 is must)

  • Scripting

  • Unix / Linux (Commands is must, At least basic knowledge in scripts)

  • Others

  • Good understanding of SDLC (Must)

  • Good Communication (Must)

  • Strong analytical skills (Must)

  • Banking Domain Experience (Good to have)

  • Bachelor’s degree (in science, computers, information technology or engineering)

  • Candidate should be willing to work late in the evening India time on need basis in order to interact with US onshore team and to meet urgent requests by Clients

     

     

  



9 September 2019
Location: India Marche Pune
Work type:
Full time
Sector:
Banking and Financial Services
Profession:
Other
PLEASE! No enquiries from Recruitment Agencies or Headhunters.

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