Sr. Pega Developer (CSSA/CLSA)

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Our Challenge

As a Senior Pega Developer (CSSA/CLSA), you will work with a collaborative Agile team on the analysis, design, and implementation of a Pega 8.x BPM workflow to support business requirements. You will also work with other technical team members to ensure that code follows development standards. You should understand UI/UX designs and have development experience with Pega 7.x/8.x BPM, Java, HTML. XML, and others.


  • Analyze, design and support the implementation of a Pega 8.x BPM workflow based on business requirements and specifications 
  • Responsible for adhering to development standards defined by the Pega COE and for performing regular code reviews to ensure compliance with those standards 
  • As a member of an Agile Team, it will be required to participate in Scrum ceremonies, to include daily stand-up meetings, backlog grooming, product demos, and retrospectives 
  • Written and verbal communication skills are very important to ensure all team members are aware of roadblocks and development progress 
  • Work with Testing teams to ensure the timely correction of defects or missed requirements 
  • Participate in the preparation and presentation of demos during the application life cycle  
  • Work with the Agile Team to expand and groom user stories 
  • Work with Lead System Architects to ensure code is compliant with development standards  


You are:

  • Equipped with 5 years of IT experience, with at least 3 to 4 years of experience creating Pega BPM solutions  
  • Equipped with hands-on development experience with the following: Pega 7.x and 8.x BPM, Java, SOA, WSDL, Web services, HTML, XML, JavaScript, XHTML, CSS, and Oracle  
  • Understanding of UI/UX designs with the ability to create data entry forms  
  • Able to transform business requirements into a working Pega BPM solution  
  • Understanding of complex concepts and workflows  

We Can Offer You

  • A highly competitive compensation and benefits package 
  • A multinational organization with offices in 17 global locations and the possibility to work abroad 
  • Laptop and a mobile phone 
  • 15 days of paid annual leave 
  • Maternity & Paternity leave plans 
  • A comprehensive insurance plan including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and long-/short-term disability 
  • Retirement savings plans 
  • A higher education certification policy 
  • Commuter benefits 
  • Extensive training opportunities, focused on skills, substantive knowledge, and personal development 
  • On-demand Udemy for Business for all Synechron employees with free access to more than 5000 curated courses  
  • Coaching opportunities with experienced colleagues from our FinLabs and Center of Excellences (CoE) groups  
  • Cutting edge projects at the world’s leading tier-one banks, financial institutions and insurance firms 
  • A flat and approachable organization 
  • An excellent working atmosphere: regular drinks, sports activities, offsite weekends with a young, dynamic team 
  • A truly diverse, fun-loving and global work culture 

Diversity & Inclusion are fundamental to our culture, and Synechron is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiative ‘Same Difference’ is committed to fostering an inclusive culture – promoting equality, diversity and an environment that is respectful to all. We strongly believe that a diverse workforce helps build stronger, successful businesses as a global company. We empower our global workforce by offering flexible workplace arrangements, mentoring, internal mobility, learning and development programs.

All employment decisions at Synechron are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to the applicant’s gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disabled or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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