John Deere is the brand name of Deere & Company, an American corporation that manufactures agricultural, construction, and forestry machinery, diesel engines, drivetrains used in heavy equipment, and lawn care equipment.
As Software Engineer at John Deere Financial, you will work on a product team and support product design by planning its work, coordinating with others, and writing and testing code to deliver moderately complex functionality on a complete or significant portion of a digital solution. This level develops simpler designs to solve well-defined problems with guidance from more senior team members. Primary responsibilities of this role include:
Develops, codes, configures, and tests programs and systems.
Evaluates and implements enhancement design solutions to improve cost, quality, and performance of software applications.
Determines software specifications that must be fulfilled to achieve objectives.
Collaborates with team members and stakeholders to ensure solutions meet business needs.
Follows industry-standard agile software design methodology.
Implement vendor provided software applications.
What Skills You Need:
Working understanding of an application development environment, database, data management and infrastructure capabilities and constraints
Working knowledge of COBOL/SAS/JCL
Working understanding of data (DDL/DML) databases (Relational / NoSQL)
Working understanding of authentication and authorization
Knowledge of good architecture patterns and tenets
Proven experience in the design, development, testing, and integration of software solutions
Proven experience working in a team environment
Proven experience collaborating with stakeholders to solve problems via digital solutions
Skilled in interpersonal communications, negotiation, and conflict resolution
What Makes You Stand Out:
Knowledge of API development (REST / SOAP)
Working understanding of Java (Java Server Pages (JSP) / Servlets)
Knowledge of cloud development in AWS or Azure
Knowledge of Dev Ops, CI/CD
Experience with agile and extreme programming (XP) development practices
Working understanding of Test-Driven Development (TDD) practices
Knowledge of Unix scripting
Knowledge of Windows Application Administration
Bachelor’s degree in Computer/Software Engineering, Computer Science, or Information Technology discipline