Senior Internet Architect

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TSYS seeks a Senior Internet Architect for its Columbus, GA office.
Duties: Responsible for overseeing application systems architecture, design, data workflow, logical processes, and system interfaces. Assure synergy between software and hardware architecture to maximize that relationship. Assume a mentor relationship to Internet Architects and application development team members.
Requirements: Requires at least a Bachelors degree in CS, Engineering or related field and six years of experience in the position offered or related position. Must have PRPC Senior System Architect certification and have started or completed the PEGA Lead Architect certification. Experience must include: 6 years of experience in the design and development of applications using PegaRULES; 5 years of experience building and architecting both Internet and client server applications; experience in designing and developing process based solutions or BPM; experience on Pega CPM framework; experience in Object-Oriented (OO) development, J2EE (JSP, JMS, EJB, Servlets, JDBC, etc.) XML and Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS); experience architecting and developing highly scalable, highly available enterprise applications; experience with full systems lifecycle design and development, including some business/process analysis experience; architecture experience in the integration of BPM/BRE applications with Legacy systems, to include mainframe and distributed, with a focus on App Servers/ Middleware; experience with iterative and waterfall development methodologies development methodologies; and experience developing/integrating Java based application frameworks.
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