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The Lead Developer is directs the delivery of software programs including design, build and test in various software technologies, application programs in accordance with a specified business need and in a way that achieves the development goals for assigned projects. Application developers typically work as part of a project team, and also communicate progress, technical issues and their resolution as well as provide hands on coding.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Interpret written business requirements, functional requirements and technical specification documents to design and develop technical solutions that meet business needs
Collaborate with IT and Business partners to design, develop, and troubleshoot end to end technical solutions
Perform system design and specification development, program logic and flow-charting that meets the stated project objectives
Identify resource needs and work with the Project Manager to build project team
Identifies and manages dependencies and downstream impacts of the project to minimize adverse effects on other projects and / or programs
Provide status and progress updates to Project Manager
Identify and communicate technical risks, issues, and changes
Perform coding to written technical specifications
Contribute to design review meetings with other members of Application Development
Perform complex defect verification, debugging, testing and support
Investigate, analyze and document reported defects
Create and maintain technical documentation using defined technical documentation templates that meet SDLC standards
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