Software Engineer for Safer Payments (m/w)

 StepStone ·  05.10.2018 ·  Koblenz ·  IBM Deutschland GmbH

The IBM Deutschland Research & Development GmbH in one of the biggest European laboratories in the global network of IBM product development. IBM Safer Payments develops and distributes real-time systems for fraud detection in electronic payment transactions. Our clients are financial service providers from all around the world. We use innovative software technologies, e.g. Artificial Intelligence (AI) processes and pattern recognition, as well as combinatorial optimization algorithms for reliable detection of criminal activities. Simultaneously, we develop special technologies for high performance data storage in clustered computer networks and for massive parallel processing of complex calculation functions. This enables IBM Safer Payments to support organizations of all sizes with the digital transformation of their business models.

We are now looking for graduates of computer science (or similar) and experienced professionals to extend our development team in Koblenz.

Implement new features

Process optimization

Generation of innovative ideas

Design and architect a high availability cluster solution

Contribute to a solution for fraud detection in real time

Development of complex algorithms for pattern recognition

A good university degree in IT or similarly relevant work experience

Very good knowledge of object-oriented programming (C++, Java) and/or advanced knowledge of JavaScript (React) and CSS or Python

Good working knowledge of tools for revision management, issue tracking, and agile software development

Experience with MS Visual Studio

Good knowledge of Linux

Good written and spoken proficiency in German and English

A long-term position with excellent perspectives

Being part of a dynamic and experienced team

Opportunity to take on a large range of responsibilities

A modern workplace with access to the latest hardware in a stylish atmosphere

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