Software Developers, Applications (Senior Principal Consultant)

Company Name:
Oracle Financial Services Software, Inc.
Duties:Develop, create and modify computer applications software; analyze user needs and develop software solutions; conduct information study - analyze client's data, calculation and reporting needs for credit risk, BASEL II, BASEL III and regulatory compliance; perform gap analysis of the requirements using standard OFSAA product offering; develop solution using OFSAA frameworks like T2T, Metadata Framework, Run Rule Framework, Data Quality; create testing cases and test scripts; execute tests and document test results; and conduct training for both technical team and business team during the implementation of the product.
Requirements: Employer will accept Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Business or related field; and 4 years of work experience in job offered. Education or Experience must include: BASEL II and BASEL III regulations for financial institutions; FFIEC 101 reports for banking regulators; SQL; knowledge in Oracle Business Intelligence (OBIEE); Management Reporting for Credit Risk Analytics; Concentration and Credit Quality Reporting; Asset Liability Management, Credit Cost Forecasting, Past Due Analysis, Concentration Analysis & Credit Limit Monitoring solutions for financial institutions; data modeling and various frameworks such as T2T, Metadata Framework, Run Rule Framework, Data Quality; business analysis; puri; SQL. Any suitable combination of education, training, or experience is acceptable. Must be available to work on projects at various, unanticipated sites throughout the United States.
Contact: Please mail resume to Attn: #6181.446, Oracle Financial Services Software, Inc., 399 Thornall Street, 6th Floor, Edison, NJ 08837.

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