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Northern Trust Company Rotational Development Program - Technology TrackRotational Development Program - Technology Track - 20070 in Chicago, Illinois

This job was posted by https://illinoisjoblink.illinois.gov : For more information, please see: https://illinoisjoblink.illinois.gov/ada/r/jobs/7520518 The Northern Trust Rotational Development Program (RDP) is designed to develop the technical skills, business acumen, and leadership abilities of early career professionals. During the 12-18 month program (dependent on the track), participants will have the opportunity to perform meaningful assignments in various rotations while gaining a broader perspective, along with exposure to leadership of the different departments in their chosen career track. Rotations are selected based on the business need as well as the RDP member's career interests, goals, and skills.RDP Support and DevelopmentThe program provides participants with dedicated ongoing support and professional development opportunities that include:?Two program mentors?Monthly speaker series?Learning & Development sessions?Career Development opportunities?Comprehensive orientation?Social Events?Access to RDP Alumni NetworkThe Rotational Development Program offers five tracks:?Corporate Finance Track ?Asset Management Track?Technology Track ?Asset Services of America Track?Credit Track Technology TrackThe Technology track includes three 6-month rotations in either the Business Solutions Group or Engineering Group.Members of the Technology Track contribute to key IT initiatives designed to expose them to Northern Trust's various technologies and systems, allowing them to accelerate their understanding of the bank's underlying applications and architecture. Core rotations may be completed in application development, data management, enterprise support, infrastructure engineering, systems architecture, and security. Additional rotations will increase in complexity to promote fast-paced, progressive learning throughout the program and may allow for specialization in a specific technology.Examples of potential responsibilities (note: work varies by rotation and business need):Technology - Business Solutions?Participate in all phases of full software development lifecycle?Design, code, implement, and test new features and modules for trade processing systems?Collaborate with business analysts to understand and translate product specifications?Work with testing teams and business partners to support testing and fix defects?Estimate work effort, schedules, milestones, risks and project status as it relates to product development?Define and identify risks associated with the use of technology for internal systems and hosted external systems?Review and assess controls through established frameworks for third party risk assessments, application control assessments, infrastructure control assessments, and other due diligence initiatives?Manage, streamline and automate deployment and build process of an internal or vended solution?Create and continuously improve support documentation and transition new support requirements to resources?Draw and write up detailed software design diagrams with use-cases for appropriate stakeholdersTechnology - Engineering?Design, code, implement, and test new features and modules for infrastructure systems?Research ways to use modern Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence algorithms and techniques to identify problems and root causes that may not be readily apparent with classical approaches?Leverage big data systems such as Splunk and Hadoop to analyze vast amounts of data for anomalies?Develop and design event driven rograms using advanced distributed queuing systems such as Kafka Placement Opportunities:Business Solutions?Information Services Analyst ?Information Security Analyst?Applications Analyst (Software Engineer)Engineering?Data Scientist?DevOps Engineer?Site Reliability EngineerMembers of Northern Trust's Rotational Development Program possess the following:?Intermediate proficiency in programming - minimum of 3 courses completed?Strong interest in technology and innovation?Analytical, quantitative and problem solving skills?A bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university?Knowledge and interest in Northern Trust and the financial services industrySuggested majors:?Computer Science?Computer and Electrical?Engineering?Information Technology (IT)?Management Information Systems?InformaticsRecommended Attributes:?Working knowledge of common programming languages (i.e., Java, C#, Javascript, Python, C/C++, Unix, SQL, etc.)?Understanding of agile methodologies (i.e. Scrum, TDD, devOps)?Familiarity with popular version control software (i.e. Git,

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