Software Engineer Ii Job In Tucson, Arizona, Infinity Consulting Solutions, Inc.

Published 2022-09-23
Expires 2022-10-23
ID #1181639919
Software Engineer Ii Job In Tucson, Arizona, Infinity Consulting Solutions, Inc.
United States, Arizona, Tucson,
Published September 23, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Software engineer ii

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Software Engineer II

6 Month Contract, Potential to Extend or Convert

Remote PST


Come join the Professional Services group as a Software Engineer 2 contractor specializing in integration testing as well as building and maintaining tools used by the Data Exchange (IDX) organization. In this role you will help partner with financial institutions (FIs) and service providers to deliver high quality data solutions for and Quicken products.


Understand both the Open Financial Exchange (OFX) and Financial Data Exchange (FDX) protocols and how they are used to transmit Banking, Investment and Tax data

Perform Integration testing between software products and Financial Institution (FI) servers and systems including the planning, scoping, execution of test plans, and generation of defect/issue reports. Identify issues and propose corrective action or workarounds required for internal and external partners. Serve as an escalation point to find solutions to complex technical inquiries from internal or external partners. Perform testing for OFX specification and compliance testing of OFX systems at financial partners via various test tools


3+ years of experience working as a software engineer required

Solid grasp of software engineering fundamentals and their practical application

Experience with Authorization frameworks such as OAuth2, OpenID Connect, and FAPI is a plus

Working knowledge of desktop products (Quicken Windows/Mac, Quickbooks Windows/Mac) including all aspects of online banking, bill payment, and investments

Technically capable of analyzing error and system logs (OFX logs and Connectivity logs)

General understanding of the banking and investment industry

Demonstrated ability to communicate highly technical information, issues, and recommendations to technical and nontechnical audiences

Experience with Postman or similar API test tools is a plus

Knowledge of JavaScript a plus

Ability to quickly learn complex business processes

Excellent attention to detail and results oriented with a track record demonstrating strong problem solving and analytical skills

Ability to work independently and prioritize efforts and deliverables as a strong team contributor

Must have strong analytical skills, be decisive and detail-oriented

Skills Matrix

-Front end tech stack

-Banking industry/investment experience

-Testing experience

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