Robotics Process Automation - Developer

  • partner and collaborate with Operations experts and IT teams across the organization to deliver robotic process automation solutions in a dynamic environment
  • analyze business requirements, design implementable technical solutions that leverage process automation technologies and development best practices
  • perform integration testing of robot process automation solutions into larger subsystems and the extended automation system
  • Increase efficiencies by utilizing technology

Your team

You’ll be working in the central Group Operations Robotics Development team which is currently being built up in Nashville – the team is part of the regional Service Delivery Transformation team for Group Operations Americas. The team is responsible for identifying and implementing Robotics Process Automation solutions to support Americas service delivery teams in executing their day to day business more efficiently.

Your expertise

You have:

  • an engineering or programming background, with experience in Robot Process Automation Tools (preferably Automation Anywhere Enterprise)
  • strong software troubleshooting skills, and an understanding of programming constructs (C++, C#, VisualBasic, VBA.net) in a MS Windows based enterprise software environment
  • strong analytical, problem-solving and synthesizing skills (you know how to figure stuff out)
  • rapid comprehension for information technology and a natural ability to solve complex issues
  • Familiarity with development of desktop applications on Windows and Unix environments
  • Strong understanding of one or more object oriented programming languages (Python desired)
  • professional experience within Banking Operation would be a helpful asset

You are:

  • curious and collaborative, comfortable working independently as well as in a team
  • able to multi-task and manage competing priorities in a demanding environment
  • able to assess new ideas and provide implementable solutions
  • a confident communicator that can explain technology to non-technical audiences