Captiva Developer

Moser ConsultingProduct Development 3-5 Years

Job Description

Join our team of Development Consultants and work on dynamic long-term projects. Most of our team members are long-term employees who enjoy consistent work and a collaborative team approach!

Designs, develops, documents, tests, implements, and debugs new and existing software solutions using primarily Captiva technologies.
Writes technical specifications based on conceptual design and business requirements.
Analyzes components to find causes of errors and revise programs as needed.
Analyzes user needs, system requirements and business processes to determine technical requirements.
Consults with end user to prototype, refine, test, and debug components to meet needs.
Supports, maintains, and documents software functionality. Identifies and evaluates new technologies for implementation.
Participates in full development life cycle including requirements analysis and design.
Experienced in analyzing both COTS and custom applications for current technical and functional system requirements, mapping interfaces and making informed recommendations.
Will need to have a collaborative mindset able to support and work across multiple work streams to collect, aggregate and compile; information, updates, and data.
Requirements
Bachelor’s Degree in technology related disciplines OR equivalent real-world experience.
At least five (5) years of developer experience.
Expert knowledge and hands on experience writing SQL queries for DB2 Database and basic knowledge of IBM Content Manager.
Experience with creating and executing Automated Unit Testing. (NUnit, JUnit, TestNG, etc.)
Strong experience of Agile methodologies. (SCRUM, Kanban, etc.)
Expert knowledge and hands on experience with Captiva Dispatcher for lnputAccel and Captiva Modules: Dispatcher Classification and Dispatcher Classification Edit, Recognition, & Validation.
At least three (3) years of experience with Captiva lnputAccel and Captiva Modules: MDW, Image Enhancement, EXICM, IAODBC2, ASORT, and IAMulti.

Posted On

September 3, 2020