Note: They need background integrating policy administration insurance packages to the enterprise. Experience on DXC, or Oracle OIPA, or McCamish, or Majesco life policy administration systems, etc.
Hands-on solution and enterprise integration architect (preferably .NET technologies) with 10-15+ years of IT delivery experience with exposure to working in Fortune 100 companies.
Solution-oriented mindset. Demonstrates ability to adopt solution-oriented approaches to systematically analyze and deliver end-to-end solutions around complex systems integration, legacy modernization, or other transformational programs.
Software engineering foundation. Demonstrates strong foundation in Software Engineering, Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Microservices, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and related design patterns.
Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and DevOps. Demonstrates strong foundation in Agile and/or Iterative software development. Hands-on experience with latest release management/DevOps concepts like CI/CD, Containerization and Container Orchestration.
Technology enthusiast. Participates in industry, organization, and customer based events to socialize the application of a variety of emerging and established technologies to solve critical business problems.
Excellent communication and persuasion skills. Has strong facilitation and communication skills (verbal and written) to quickly command an audience at all levels, navigate organizational structures, and influence successful outcomes.
Creative problem solving skills. Demonstrates hands-on creativity and critical thinking necessary to develop innovative ideas and find fresh approaches for problem solving.
Core technical skills. Has expertise in .NET based technologies for core application and services development or something equivalent (Java/Spring Boot, IBM, Opensource, COTS)