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(Fre/Exp) "Barclays" Hiring: FISS Developer On Mar 2021 @ Pune



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Company:        Barclays

Website:          www.barclays.com

Eligibility:      Any Graduate

Experience:     Freshers/Experience

Location:        Pune

Job Role:      FISS Developer

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

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Job Description:

Key Skills:
1. Hands-on experience in designing & developing code in Oracle Pl SQL, UNIX SQL queries on oracle database, C or C++ or Pro C (good to have)

2. Excellent understanding UNIX, shell scripting, autosys, version control tools –GIT , change management tools , jira etc.

3. Should have strong debugging and analytical skill to resolve complex business problem.

4. Basic knowledge of Core Java would be plus.

5. Exposure to DevOps tools, Nolio ,team city ,BDD would be plus.

6. Expert in managing stakeholders in USA/LON/TOK.

7. Proactive in highlighting risks and suggest mitigation plans.

8. Good to have knowledge about finance domain.

 













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