Engineer Payments

ANZ

Location
Melbourne
Reference #
AUS110740
Closing Date
15-04-2020
Sector(s)

Banking & Financial Services

Vacancy Type
Permanent
Work type
Full-Time

Engineer- Payments

 

 

We’re building a bank for the future, and to do that we have identified critical Engineering capabilities to support our transformation.  This is why we need people like you!

 

  • Are you an engineer and have great ideas and want to test them? Engineering at ANZ is the place to be

  • Our Engineers work on problems that matter most to our customers. Is this you?

  • We’re changing our organization to becoming more of a tech company

     

 

What is your tribe mission?

 

 

The purpose of the Group Payments Tech Area is to transform Payments by fortifying existing platforms, simplifying and standardising processes and technology and by enabling our business through reusable end to end services

 

What will Your Day look like?

 

 

As an Engineer Payments, you need to Support PAG and SAG in both Non-production and Production environment (DevOps) as well as carry out version upgrades and security upgrades when required.

 

 

You will also be working closely with users to assist with AWP (Alliance Web Platform) testing and with infrastructure team for OS and infrastructure changes/support. You will also be involved in assisting with User and certificate configuration and help with troubleshooting

 

 

You will also be expected to update Confluence and JIRA and Support any incidents.

 

 

 

What will be in your toolkit?

 

  • Solid understanding of software engineering principles, patterns and practices.

  • Practical experience applying good design principles to developing/configuring SWIFT applications such as SAG, SNL,AWP (performance, scalability, security)

  • Experience consuming and producing integration endpoints (services, message queues, Business processes, RA).

  • Practical experience with at least one programming language and Unix shell scripts.

  • Understanding of application infrastructure specifically AIX and RHEL (networks, application servers, databases, integration)

     

Relevant Experience

 

  • 3-5 years of application development/configuration/support experience for the SAG, SNL, AWP, SAG HSM, VPN

  • Soft Skills – A team player, A collaboration champion, Continuous improvement junkie, A problem solverG.

  • Good Knowledge about SWIFT message and File processing

 

You might also have the following specialised skills:

 

  • Experience with application design patterns e.g. EIP [Enterprise Integration Patterns])

  • Solid understanding of end-to-end behaviour of enterprise applications, from front end through to database, authentication and access control

  • Good Knowledge of Unix and Linux platforms. 

  • Good Payments domain knowledge

Be part of our Engineering community, it’s not just a job.

We’re building innovative, flexible and simplified technology solutions that enhance the way people bank. By doing this we’re also designing, influencing and shaping the engineering community within Australia.  


About ANZ

At ANZ, everything we do boils down to ‘why’ – our purpose – to shape a world where people and communities thrive.  We’re as focused on seeing our people thrive as well as our customers. We'll give you every opportunity to develop your career.

We aim to create an inclusive environment where employee differences such as gender, age, culture, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities and religion are valued.

Apply now if this role is for you



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