in New Castle County, DE
Citibank, N.A. seeks an Applications Development Sr. Programmer Analyst for its New Castle, Delaware location.
Duties: Build and deploy multiple Trade applications across diverse set of technologies, from development to production environment. Automate and standardize building and deployment processes. Liaise with development teams, infrastructure teams, Unix and Websphere, as well as managing projects among separate teams. Maintain code repositories for applications across various tools and code branches; and will conduct reviews to facilitate improvements to the building and deployment process. Lead integration build and code analysis tools within automated builds, and configure management activity including: promoting the code from SIT to UAT through production; maintaining an updated MIS document to track versions of SIT/UAT/Production; maintaining the defect tracking system; and ensuring that the most updated code base is available in the central code repository. Work with development, infrastructure and Deployment team to analyze process gaps and implement the automated solution. Perform application management and keep the application compliant. Track and close all compliance related issues.
Requirements: Requires a Bachelor’s degree (3 or 4 year degree) or foreign equivalent in Accounting, Finance, Computer Applications, or closely related field, and 5 years of experience as an Applications Developer, Project Lead or closely related technical position. 5 years of experience must include: Scripting using Unix and Batch; CI/CD tools UDeploy and Team City; C, C++, Unix, Proc, Oracle and Java; Project Management; and TRADE and Banking Processes including Letter of Credit, Bills and Collection. Additionally, 1 year of experience must include: Working for a global financial services institution. Qualified applicants submit resumes referencing job code JC/ADSPA/AS to Citigroup Recruiting Dept., 3800 Citigroup Center Drive, Tampa, FL 33610. Citigroup is an EOE Employer. Direct applicants only.