Job Description :
Pega architect
Location: Plano, TX.
Duration: 6Months – C2H (hire the candidate after 6 months

Work Authorization: ONLY H4 EAD, L2 EAD, GC EAD, GC, TN Visa, US Citizens.

Job Description:
The Pega Technical developer position is responsible for the design, architecture, and implementation of Pega Rules Process Commander (PRPC) based solutions. In these roles, you willdemonstrate strong analytical and communications skills as well as draw upon your solid, hands-on development experience with Pega software.

Required Skills:
Strong understanding of Pega ; Minimum 9 years of experience in which 5 years using Pega
Hands on experience in Pega 7
PEGA Certified SSA or CSSA.
Experience in full PRPC implementation cycle including enterprise Class Structure design and Rulesets design
Advanced knowledge of the PRPC Architecture and all PRPC design and implementation features.
Solid understanding of reuse and portability in terms of enterprise solutions seeking to determine and develop repeatable, efficient and optimal ways of implementing Pega.
Specialized knowledge of financial industry and applicable frameworks considered asset
Creative and flexible in identifying technical solutions to resolve business problems in a rapidly changing, demanding and complex business environment.
Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills in order to deliver proposals; provide user support and interact with team members and other departments.
Ability to quickly and independently develop an advanced knowledge of the PRPC Architecture and all PRPC design and implementation features.
Flexible and adaptable, the individual will be open to learning new methodologies, tools, platforms and systems.
Role requires individuals to be open minded, able to make sound decisions without having all the facts
Ability to meet and manage tight and changing deadlines and priorities
Expert communication, negotiation and influencing skills in order to drive dialogue with business partners in order to understand their underlying needs and requirements while managing their expectations given the limitations of the framework