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Unemployment Insurance - Technical Lead

Company: Tata Consultancy Services
Location: Cincinnati
Posted on: May 6, 2021

Job Description:

Expectations:Experience in Unemployment Insurance/social domain in Benefits, Tax and Appeals. Should have 7+ years of experience in the Java / JEE Application, Struts, Hibernate, and 5+ years of experience in Jboss Drools Business rule engine / workflow. Should have extensive experience IBM Jazz platform RTC, RRC, RQM. Should have solid understanding of Design Patterns and hands on experience in development of reporting tools. Should have technical team management experience, and excellent personal communication, leadership, and organizational skills
Responsibilities:--- Responsible for developing applications as per design and requirement specs--- Lead development team for multiple initiatives--- Assess impact of any UI business rule changes or law changes, and lead implementation ofthose changes--- Work with the BA and QA teams throughout the development life cycle--- Ability to take initiative and ownership on tasks--- Good written and oral communication--- Explain complex design items through documents and white-board sessions--- Knowledge on Performance tuning for application is required--- Work with different teams - Business, Testing, and Customer SMEs--- Implement solutions with complete considerations on performance, supportability to achieveend user business results--- Introduce initiatives around analytics, chat bots and automation
Qualifications: BS, preferably in Computer Sciences, Information Management or MBA Degree10+ years (IT and Unemployment Insurance)

Keywords: Tata Consultancy Services, Cincinnati , Unemployment Insurance - Technical Lead, Other , Cincinnati, Ohio

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