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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
7/24/2016
Job Category:
Engineering
Software Developer-Tucson, AZ
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Job Description

A dynamic global team, comprised of the z Systems Software team, is looking to hire entry-level professionals. The candidate must be highly driven and technically prepared to join a world-class team which develops the most challenging and complex systems in the world.

We develop, test and support operating systems (z/OS), and IBM storage software Data Facility Storage Management Subsystem (DFSMS) for IBM Mainframe Systems. Nearly 100% of all credit card transactions, 92% of the top 100 global banks, 90% of Fortune 500 companies, and 80% of the world's corporate data depend on the IBM Mainframe System z. For a half-century, the mainframe has transformed how we travel, enabled secure banking, improved how city agencies service citizens, and dramatically reduced traffic congestion.

Opportunities for Software engineers exist across the development life-cycle and include code design/writing/porting, function test, system test, customer support, and product documentation. Candidates must be comfortable working in a collaborative environment requiring demonstrated teaming skills with peers across the different stages of the development life-cycle. Candidates should have team-based development knowledge or experience. Programming language skills (e.g, C, assembler, PLX, JCL), Software design, coding, test, problem determination skills and oral and written communication skills.

Location: Tucson, AZ

About IBM (International Business Machines)

Learn about IBM at https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/university/. Of the many organizations in the company, information development is one that is always in search of talent. Information developers complete information development projects, lead teams, and keep information deliverables organized and on schedule. Information developers design and develop elements for user interface (UI), web, multimedia delivery, print, and other linear and non-linear information deliverables. They apply appropriate technical writing, editing, multimedia, visual design and tools skills, as required.