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Systems Architect/Technical Architect
Ref No.: 17-04394
Location: Southborough, Massachusetts
Position Type:Contract
Start Date: 10/06/2017
Job Description :
  •    The need is for the project called 'IMS for FSS' which is being built on SFDC and Pega technologies. Below are the roles, responsibilities and skill set requirements:
 
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  •         Lead a technical team in developing solutions to complex business problems
  •         Lead technical efforts in the initial project planning phases for business problems
  •         Lead research, discovery, planning, and implementation efforts to improve business processes
  •         Participate in the Solution Architecture Review for projects, applications, and infrastructure
  •         Participate in R&D and Innovation activities
  •         Define standardized reference architectures for processes and technology
  •         Document standards, solutions, data flows, procedures, and other technical information as directed
 
 
SKILLS
  •     Ability to influence others to achieve results
  •     Pega PRPC, Java, J2EE, XML, JSP, Servlets
  •     Pega Certified Lead Systems Architect (CLSA)
  •     Experience in Pega Decisioning a plus
  •     Experience designing and developing process based solutions.
  •     Expert level skills in various rules and features like Flows, Activities, User Interface, Flow Actions, Agents, SLA, Correspondence, Single-Sign-On, External Authentication, PRPC Security, Reports, Listeners (File, MQ), Connectors and SOAP Services etc.
  •     Full PRPC implementation cycle including enterprise Class Structure design and Rulesets design
  •     Enforce best practices in PEGA architecture / design / coding
  •     Consultative, Mentoring & Coaching skills
  •     Expertise in debugging using Tracer, Clipboard, SMA, PAL, PegaLogs, Server logs,Rules Inspector, AES
  •           Working Experience with Pega 7
  •           Stage Based Case Management
  •           Data Modeling using Data Pages