1+ months
2018-06-122018-08-10

Federal - PeopleSoft Developer++

Washington, DC 20044
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Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: Washington, DC

Accenture Federal Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Accenture LLP, is a U.S. company that helps clients transform bold ideas into breakthrough outcomes. We serve every cabinet-level department and 30 of the largest federal organizations. Our 9,000 dedicated colleagues and change makers work with clients at the heart of the nation's priorities in defense, intelligence, public safety, civilian and health to make a difference for the people they employ, serve, and protect.
The PeopleSoft Developer will be responsible for:
Coordinate with Business Analyst to understand client business needs and requirements.
Assist in design and development of Peoplesoft applications based on business requirements.
Upgrade and modify Peoplesoft applications as per business needs.
Assist in preparing project plan and technical and functional specifications.
Perform code reviews and recommend improvements.
Identify and troubleshoot coding issues in a timely fashion.
Ensure that project deliverables meet business requirements and ensure to complete project within assigned timelines.
Provide support in system testing and bug fixing activities.
Recommend new coding techniques to ensure quality and usability

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