[Apply Now] GE Appliances Off-Campus Drive Hiring Freshers As Associate Developer

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Description

GE Appliances Off-Campus Drive Hiring Freshers As Associate Developer. For insights and updates related to off-campus drives and internship drives be active on our website.

Work LocationHyderabad – India, Remote
ProfileAssociate Developer

WHAT YOU WILL DO

  • Work closely with the Tech lead and manage all aspects of CEMLI development
  • Understand the requirements (MD020) and prepare Technical designs(MD060) in consultation with Tech Lead 
  • Build the code as per the design to accomplish business needs, Maintaining the coding standards
  • Understand the test cases document and application performance requirements
  • Build PL/SQL code, Oracle XML Publisher Reports for business needs. Prepare migration documents and work with Sys Admin team to get the code migrated.
  • Create technical documentation to enable system development life cycle, such as MD060 and CM010. 
  • Working with version control systems such as GIT Proactively work with Tech Leads and team members to develop technical solutions for CEMLI development.
  • A positive and upbeat attitude with the ability to learn quickly.
  • Ability learn quickly the technical skills like PL/SQL, ISG, EDI, OAF, Integrations

WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED

Minimum Qualifications

1.    Bachelors/master’s degree in Computer and/or Information Science 
2.    0-2 Years of ERP Hands on Experience – on Oracle EBS
3.    Candidates who have interned with GE Appliances can apply as well
4.    Hands on Experience in Development of code and Unit testing in Oracle EBS modules or any other platform
5.    Working knowledge on  PL/SQL 
6.    Knowledge on Code Migration & Governance processes
7.    Knowledge on Integrations 
8.    Willingness and ability learn quickly the technical skills like PL/SQL, ISG, EDI, OAF, Integrations

Preferred Qualifications

1.    Knowledge on Form Personalization’s and OAF
2.    Knowledge on XML Publisher reports, RDF reports 
3.    Exposure on application performance improvement