Digital Technology Associate Program
Posted on: November 23, 2022
As a participant is our Digital Technology Associate Program
(DTAP), you will take part in a two-year rotational
program focused on developing your skills in digital technologies.
Being a Digital Technology Associate means you
will grow skills in critical domains to serve our customers and
You can expect:
A two-year development plan (i.e. - initial bootcamp) focusing you
on a primary discipline and supplemental training in several other
We will have you work on rotational assignments for a variety of
experiences including Full-Stack development, Cloud, Data, and
products like Salesforce, Mosaic, Duck Creek, etc.
These assignments will provide you learning and exposure to modern
engineering practices and Agile ways of working
You will work content that will have business impact across one or
more industry verticals such as healthcare, insurance,
manufacturing and entertainment---
We will provide you a strong peer and cohort community--- to
support learning and development.
This community will provide you active coaching with an assigned
mentor--- and exposure to leaders at all levels
As a DTAP Associate you will:
You will understand and elicit business and customer requirements
and develop technical specifications including technical gap
You will design, develop, and maintain software programs (coding)
based on the technical specification.
Using your skills, you will perform software debugging and maintain
You will integrate and interface various software components into a
fully functional software system.
We will expect you to gather test requirements and develop software
verification plans, test cases, use cases, and checklists.
Leveraging your experience, you will perform unit integration and
system testing based on specification and test cases and comply
with quality assurance processes, standards, and service level
You will be responsible for the release software dumps and patches
You will tailor and deploy software tools, frameworks, processes,
Using your people skills, you will coordinate with internal and
external stakeholders (customer, management, project team, support
team, vendors, etc.)
What you bring:
We want you to be a recent graduate, having a STEM undergraduate
degree with a technical minor, a graduate degree with a technology
focus, or completion of an accelerated learning program
(accredited/state-licensed) in technology focused on foundational
software development skills
You will have a technical curiosity and motivation to succeed.
Well-rounded extra-curricular experiences, with demonstrated
leadership. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.---
A major in either Math, Engineering, Computer Science, Computer
information Systems, Cyber Security, Management Information Systems
(MIS) and Data Science, and others
You can demonstrate excellent communication (verbal and written)
and interpersonal skills
You will have a readiness to accomplish tasks in a challenging
environment, be a self-motivated learner, and strive for
You will have strong analytical and problem-solving skills
You will have flexibility to work across technologies, domains,
business locations, and work shifts as per project requirements
If you can claim a technical certification in any of the
current/latest technologies it is a plus
You can show participation in competitions and international
Work location: Any of our Delivery Centers and client offices
across the US
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