PeopleSoft Jobs - PeopleSoft HCM Developer, 15992

at Kforce Technology
Location New York, NY
Date Posted July 3, 2019
Category Default
Job Type Contractor



Kforce has a client in search of a PeopleSoft HCM Developer in New York, NY.

We are seeking a qualified candidate for the position of PeopleSoft HCM Developer for a 6-month contract with possibility of converting to permanent position based on performance.

Engagement Location, Hours and Duration:

  • The engagement will take place in NY; Consultant during this engagement is expected to travel 10% within the 5 boroughs of NYC

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work with EITS Absence Management Functional Lead to develop enhancements
  • Participate in Technical handoff meetings to understand the functional specifications for the enhancement
  • Write the technical specification, develop the enhancement, and unit test before releasing the code to the EITS functional analyst for testing
  • Rework design and development based on testing
  • Work with other developers, designers, and architects to make sure that the configuration and custom components meet application requirements and performance goals
  • Follow good security coding practices to ensure the application is free of most common coding vulnerabilities
  • Participate in code reviews
  • Inform the technical architect and project manager of any issues that may affect any other areas of the project
  • Participate in transitions of the application or technical architecture components to the testers
  • Fix any defects and performance problems discovered in testing
  • Document the development work to facilitate maintenance - Technical design specs, etc.
  • Assist in defining and reviewing the technical requirements for the application, including security, integration, performance, quality, and operations requirements
  • Design individual technology components of the application development, execution, or operations architecture
  • Work with other designers and the technical architect to make sure that the architecture components interact to fulfill the requirements and meet performance goals