Jr. Software Engineer
As a Junior Software Developer, you will be a part of a business-critical applications project with company-wide-visibility for one of our enterprise-level clients in the Health Insurance space. You will be joining this team in the 3rd year of a 6-year project with a goal to expand our client’s business capabilities through their Claims applications. You will be working alongside the claims processing teams and assisting in additional mission-critical application projects throughout your time using Java and Cobol on these distributed applications. In this Jr. Software Engineer role, you will receive training and mentorship on both the front-end and backends of these applications that will lead to ambidexterity and well-roundedness as a software engineer.
If you are a go-getter, enjoy collaboration and looking for a growth opportunity, apply now!
Responsibilities and Qualifications
- Program in Java and Cobol to support the front and backend of the applications
- 1 year of Java and/or Cobol experience
- Wish list: Exposure to CICS, distributed systems, testing
- Expand, compare, and analyze fields
- Support real-time claims processing applications and sending to test
- Understand the health insurance industry as it relates to claims applications
- Wish list: Background in health, life, P&L insurance
- Communicate appropriately and clearly with team members on the project as well as mid and senior level engineers under the Claims applications umbrella
- Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science
Company Info and perks:
The largest provider of healthcare benefits in Alabama, our client covers more than 3 million people and employs more than 3,000. With flex hours, on-site cafeteria, wellness center and gym, you expect a stable, motivational environment. If you are looking for training, education, and mentorship-level support; stability in your career; and exposure to core technologies to give your skillset a backbone, this opportunity is for you!
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