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General Motors Mainframe Developer - INF0021796 in Atlanta, Georgia

About the Team:

Our Mainframe Application Development team supports many projects within GM in a distributed Global environment. This team is a Centre of Excellence driving application upgrades moving to a Parallel Sysplex environment. The new environment delivers the latest tools including Zowe Open Source Software enabling a modern developer desktop with source code control using GIT, and tool chains supporting a DevOps delivery approach. The team will support all vertical functions in GM providing application development, upgrades and support.

About the Role:

This Mainframe Developer will be responsible for new application development and support. The role will include estimation, analysis, design, programming, unit/integration testing, deployment, code debugging and job scheduling. In addition, the Developer will mentor, develop and assign work to junior developers. L3 support will be a project requirement. This developer will work in a highly collaborative and increasingly Agile environment and will assume a key role for various new solutions within GM’s business.

This is a role that would suit someone with at least 10 years of Mainframe skills, who is a strong team player with a positive, confident attitude and a flexible approach.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Communicate effectively with a positive and confident attitude
  • Participate in design and code reviews
  • Mentor junior team members and apprentices
  • Design and oversee development of quality code in a timely manner
  • Estimate, and design small increments of work for Junior developers
  • Perform root cause analysis and quick prototypes
  • Report status of assigned software development and/or maintenance tasks consistently following the specified software development methodology
  • Promote improvements in lean software engineering practices such as test-driven development, continuous integration, and continuous delivery

Qualifications:

Prospective candidates will need creativity, decision-making skills, a drive for results, the ability to develop peer relationships, a strong technical learning capability, excellent communication skills and a strong work ethic. In addition, the candidate will possess some or all of the following skills:

  • Fully-qualified individual contributor who has knowledge and understanding of all aspects of function
  • Ability to operate with a high level of independent judgment and are typically responsible for implementing functional strategy, administering and coordinating programs, counseling and advising management
  • Broad technical knowledge, training and understanding combined with creative and independent thinking
  • Proficiency in many technical functions and ability to integrate across disciplines and platforms
  • Performs complex assignments requiring a wider application of principles, theories and concepts
  • Ability to interact with senior internal and external personnel
  • Ability to lead and provide direction to a team of professionals
  • Bachelor’s degree or Master’s in Computer Science (or related field) or an equivalent combination of education and recent, relevant work experience is required.

Technical Skills Required:

Developer with a combination of skills in some (or all) of the following:

  • PL/1 and/or COBOL
  • ISPF Panels, CLIST, Skeletons, REXX
  • JCL
  • IMS
  • DB2
  • CA-7
  • Endevor (or another source code control system such as Panvalet
  • IBM Developer for z Systems

Skills Preferred:

  • Agile, SCRUM, KANBAN, SAFe methodologies
  • GIT
  • Jenkins
  • Zowe
  • TFS
  • Midrange platforms
  • Basic Assembler Language
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