Systems Software Developer II for FIS GT.M

Works closely with customers, business analysts and team members to understand business requirements that drive the analysis and design of quality technical solutions. These solutions must be aligned with business and IT strategies and comply with the organization's architectural standards. Involved in the full systems life cycle and is responsible for designing, coding, testing, implementing, maintaining, and supporting applications software that is delivered on time and within budget. Makes recommendations towards the development of new code or reuse of existing code. Responsibilities may also include participation in component and data architecture design, performance monitoring, product evaluation and buy vs. build recommendations.
We are looking to grow the GT.M development team. GT.M (http://fis-gtm.com/) is a key-value database engine optimized for transaction processing and business continuity. It currently runs the largest real time core banking system that is in live production anywhere in the world that I know of, and is also used internationally in health care. The largest deployed applications serve thousands of concurrent users, with databases in the TB range and enterprise scale applications with tens of thousands of source code modules. Recently, GT.M is increasingly used as a "NoSQL" database in the cloud. On x86 GNU/Linux, GT.M is Free / Open Source Software licensed under AGPL v3 (http://sourceforge.net/projects/fis-gtm). In addition to the database engine, GT.M includes a procedural language implementation for application development.
There are FOSS add-ons to access GT.M from languages such as Perl and Python. GT.M development requires hard core computer science skills - algorithms and data structures. The code is almost entirely in C, with a few bits of assembly language "glue code" in the language implementation. GT.M has many unusual features - for example, the database engine has a daemonless architecture that uses optimistic concurrency control to provide ACID (Atomic, Consistent, Isolated, Durable) transactions. For anyone who enjoys working with data structures, algorithms and complex system level software, GT.M development is a DREAM JOB!
Provides application software development services or technical support typically in a defined project
Develops program logic for new applications or analyzes and modifies logic in existing applications
Codes, tests, debugs, documents, implements and maintains software applications
Maintains, tests and integrates application components
Ensures that system improvements are successfully implemented
Demonstrates an understanding of FIS systems and the financial services industry
Analyzes requirements, and translates business requirements into product designs
Writes technical specifications and other forms of documentation
Suggests technical alternatives and improves/streamlines processes and systems
Completes project assignments and special projects commensurate with job expectations ? Conducts planning, analysis, and forecasting activities to plan projects and tasks
May provide leadership and/or guidance to other technical professionals
A Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or the equivalent combination of education, training, or work experience.
Knowledge of end-to-end systems development life cycles (i.e., waterfall, iterative and other modern approaches to software development)
Proficiency in business modeling and requirements definition disciplines through Unified Modeling Language (UML), use cases, etc.
Excellent customer service skills that build high levels of customer satisfaction for internal and external customers
Excellent verbal and written communication skills to technical and non-technical audiences of various levels in the organization (e.g., executive, management, individual contributors)
Willingly shares relevant technical and/or industry knowledge and expertise to other resources ? Excellent problem-solving, team, and time management skills
Is resourceful and proactive in gathering information and sharing ideas

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