About the role
Whilst no two days will be the same, you will predominantly use your technical expertise to interpret functional requirements as documented within the Atlassian tool-set (Jira) in order to develop appropriate decision strategies and rules within Credit Risk Systems for use across Home Loans, Credit Cards and Personal Loan applications. The role will see you perform general application development activities, including unit testing, code deployment to development environment, technical documentation and business verification testing.
You will support the Credit Risk Systems Manager in developing documentation, including change plans, test plans and user guides as required, whilst developing and maintaining overall Credit Risk systems and support tools for business use.
This is a great opportunity to establish and maintain working relationships across ME’s IT development and architecture communities as well as wider business stakeholders and system users. With high levels of autonomy and influence, this role is perfect for someone who wants to have a big impact. You will also get exposure to wider Credit Risk team and gain valuable experience in Credit Risk Strategy, Portfolio Analytics and Credit Policy.
First and foremost, you're a natural problem solver and enjoy the freedom and responsibility to work autonomously whilst consistently meeting deadlines. You are a proactive true agile team member who can jump in and assist when required to swarm around blockers, coaching and guiding other team members and broader stakeholders on agile business analysis.
You will be an expert in the development and maintenance of a range of applications primarily developed in Java/J2EE, as part of the Credit Risk DP3 development team. You’ll come armed with commercial experience in Java / J2EE development and a solid understanding of object orientation and design patterns. A background in an automated credit risk management environment would be advantageous, as will an understanding of the full credit risk cycle – but if not, we can teach you this jargon.
We’re not like other banks.
ME was created by the industry super funds to be different from the pack – with a core purpose to help all Australians get ahead financially – no conditions, asterisks or exceptions. And we know that looking after customers starts with taking care of our people.
We believe everyone deserves the same opportunities in life, regardless of gender or identity, sexuality, ethnicity, religion or disability ‒ with internal affinity groups.
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Once you get your feet in the door at ME, we’ll put them both in your very own ME-branded Converse shoes. You’ll also get the following financial, health and fun perks when you join the team:
I want those Converse shoes (and the role)
Can’t see a closing date on the advert? That’s because we’re efficient here at ME and we may start looking at applications sooner rather than later, so if this role sounds like your jam, be sure to apply by submitting your CV today.
While this is a full-time role, we’re also open to hearing from candidates that may be seeking a flexible work arrangement.
Should an applicant be the preferred candidate, background checks (including police checks, reference checks, ASIC banned and disqualified persons and bankruptcy checks) will be completed prior to the candidate's employment being confirmed. The outcomes of the background checks do not automatically bar candidates; however, will be assessed against the inherent requirements of the job.
Please note: To be considered for this role, you must be an Australian Permanent Resident, an Australian Citizen or hold a Valid Working Permit.