Job title: Sr. RPA Developer
Job role: RPA Lead
Country: United States
Company name: Credigy
Employment Type: Full Time
Seniority level: Senior more than 5 years
Credigy has an immediate need for a Sr. level Automation Developer to help lead our UiPath/Robotic Process Automation (RPA) team to streamline processes and improve efficiencies across business units. The Sr. RPA Developer will join our IT team at our corporate headquarters in Norcross, GA. You will work closely with end-users to understand their needs and develop automated solutions that improve processes, reduce costs and increase productivity. This is a high-profile role with a lot of visibility and the opportunity to make a real difference in the bottom line. The core responsibility shall be to support the information needs of the organization using the tools and required skills contained herein as part of the Credigy IT team. This is a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment that requires someone who can be consistently counted on to deliver results quickly, effectively, and with a sense of urgency.
Required Education, Experience, and Competencies:
Bachelor’s degree in IT or Business-related area required.
7+ years of software development experience with a minimum of 2 years of RPA experience, preferably in UiPath.
Lead the technical architecture for all UiPath solutions.
Design, develop and configure Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software systems to meet business process and application requirements.
Mentor the RPA team on coding best practices, perform code reviews to provide constructive feedback on improving overall code quality and time to delivery.
Detail-oriented with the ability to produce high-quality work and an organized work structure.
Ability to manage change and thrive in a high-pressure, high-growth environment.
Ability to recognize business challenges and create effective solutions for those challenges.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, a desire to improve existing processes, develop technical skills, and implement best practices.
Provide assistance to application development staff as needed.
Must be self-directed, able to work with minimal supervision, and be able to learn quick
Credigy provides creative solutions for consumer finance. We are a global specialty finance company with flexibility across the capital structure to acquire or finance a diverse range of assets. We invest in consumer assets across multiple asset classes and geographies and currently own $5.7B+ in assets. In 2006, Credigy was acquired by the National Bank of Canada (NBC) and we are a core component of their U.S. Specialty Finance and International group. Life-to-date, we have closed more than 325 deals, representing $17B+ in total investments. Our continued success is attributable to four key areas of strength that make us unique in the world of consumer finance: sophisticated data analysis and valuation, a flexible servicing model, diversification, and access to capital. We are the partner of choice when financial institutions face complex challenges and strategic changes.
Credigy conducts a thorough selection process to ensure that potential new hires not only meet the skills required for a position but more importantly, are a strong match for the Credigy culture. In addition to our in-depth interview process, Credigy may administer aptitude and personality assessments, reference checks, employment verifications, degree verifications, credit checks, criminal background checks, and drug screening. Credigy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants and employees are considered on the basis of their qualifications and merit without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, veteran status, citizenship, disability, pregnancy, or any other status protected by law.