Lead Analyst Digital SAP Commerce Cloud

Role Summary: Responsible understanding the requirements of projects within the Commercial (Sales and Marketing) domains as well as the ability to craft AEM and multi-platform solutions in response to these requirements are critical. This includes the ability to influence internal and external stakeholders, Hershey technical staff and third-party resources through clear articulation of the options and recommendations. Responsible for the SAP Commerce Cloud platform including its front-end development technologies as well as the integration glue code required.  Requires a deep understanding of the required toolsets and methodologies. Key Responsibilities: Determines operational feasibility by analysis, problem definition, requirements, and solution development. Develops documentation, flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, charts, code comments and clear code. Prepares and installs solutions by designing system specifications, standards, and programming. Provides information by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing development and service issues. Develops software solutions by studying information needs; conferring with users; studying systems flow, data usage, and work processes; investigating problem areas; following the software development lifecycle. Performs gap analysis of requirements, develop overall solution design and recommendations, conduct design review meetings and lead the technical design and architecture QUALIFICATIONS (Knowledge, Skills, Education, Experience, etc.): Bachelor's degree in Information Sciences or Engineering area with relevant coursework in computer programming/ applications. 3+ years of large scale development experience 3+ years of Java Development experience Proficiency in the Software Development Lifecycle Processes and Tools (Source Control, Continuous Integration, Deployment Management) Commerce Cloud experience including DataHub integration highly desirable UNIX/Linux scripting experience a plus
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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