Ascendum is an innovation focused technology services firm focused on solving business challenges for enterprises, including many Fortune 1000 companies.
- Collaborate with the privacy office and other teams in KTD to:
- Build partnerships across the application, business and infrastructure teams.
- Develop programming specifications. Design, code and unit test application code using Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) best practices.
- Complete estimates and work plans with the assistance of more senior team members as appropriate for design, development, implementation and rollout tasks.
- Create technical system documentation and ensure that this documentation remains current throughout all phases of the SDLC.
- Communicate with the appropriate teams to ensure that assignments are managed appropriately and that completed assignments are of the highest quality
- Support and maintain applications utilizing required tools and technologies. Provide support for applications, including involvement with the Support Center, NOC, Infrastructure teams, and vendors as appropriate.
- Participate in the application technical design process for privacy related products or features or changes to the privacy management system.
- Communicate timely status, including any potential risks/issues to the appropriate teams to ensure that assignment releases are managed appropriately and that completed assignments are of the highest quality
- 4 – 6 years’ experience in systems analysis, design or programming and the associated development methodologies.
- Ability to work independently and complete assignments in expected timeframes
- Understanding of design for software applications running on multiple platforms.
- Understanding of testing, coding and debugging procedures.
- Strong software development skills.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Data privacy experience or information security experience related to retail, marketing, internet and/or technology (desired but not mandatory)
- Working knowledge of security risk frameworks including, but not limited to: ISO 27000, NIST SP800 Series, COBIT, PCI-DSS, and HIPAA (desired but not mandatory)