The Certified PEGA Senior Systems Architect evaluates existing systems and/or user needs to analyze, design, recommend, and implement information system changes.
PEGA Certified System Architect with a MINIMUM OF 5 YEARS Working Experience AFTER certification.
- The PEGA SSA will be required to collaborate and provide technical expertise to ITO and assigned unit to develop technical solutions to implements business/system requirements.
- The PEGA SSA will be required to attain a complete understanding of requirements and understand key concepts such as rule resolution, class structure design, and reusability.
- The PEGA SSA’s primary responsibility will be to develop and/or modify programs, successfully unit test their work, develop supportive documentation, and to participate with the business analysts and/or users in the system testing of their programs.
- They will, in many cases, write system requirements based upon the business requirements received. They will implement a wide array of functionality from building high quality user experiences to implementing complex case management requirements.
The PEGA SSA should have had exposure to a variety of technologies, including, but not limited to, WebSphere or WebLogic, J2EE (JSP, Servlets, EJB, XML, Java), .NET, Oracle, DB2, and MS/SQL. With specific expertise in some of the above. The PEGA SSA must demonstrated knowledge of and applicability of Object-Oriented techniques and principles. The PEGA SSA should have experience in Agile and Scrum methodologies. The PEGA SSA must have a minimum of 7 years of related experience (5 years of PEGA experience after acquiring PEGA Certification) in all phases of object oriented software development including design, configuration, testing, debugging, implementation, and support of large-scale, business centric and process based applications.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in developing solutions utilizing PEGA. A working knowledge of application design, case design, data modeling, automating business rules, business policies, user experience, reporting, integration, architecture, administration and security is also needed in addition to other required skills listed under the skills section