Analyst - Field Engineering/App Developer(Professional Services)

Challenging convention. Trying new things. Reshaping an industry.
The team at Duck Creek helps insurance companies bring amazing ideas to life quickly and easily with software that thinks and works like they do. We're fueled by sharing ideas openly, challenging conventions, trying new things, and valuing "Why not?" over "Why?" Our certainty that there is always a better way to do things keeps carriers ahead of their competition and is helping to reshape an industry.
If having a hand in transforming one of the world's oldest and largest industries into a standard for innovation, open exchange, and peerless user experience sounds exciting, let us know. We may be looking for you.
Analyst ? Field Engineer (Professional Services)
Estimated travel: 0-25%
Position Summary:
The Analyst ? Field Engineering will assist in defining and reviewing the technical requirements for the Duck Creek application, including security, integration, performance, quality, and operations requirements.
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree
Experience in system development and implementation preferred
Experience with C#, SQL, Visual Studio, Microsoft Foundation technologies, Windows Server 2003/2008 administration and configuration, JavaScript, XSLT, XML, HTML, CSS, AJAX preferred
Experience with .Net Solutions and SQL and relational database design a plus
Experience with XML and XSL a plus
Develop functional understanding of the Duck Creek product suite and its technical components
Support engineers and the Technical Architect in ensuring that the architecture components interact to fulfill the requirements and meet performance goals
Support customization of products to customer specifications, which may include customized user interface and integrating with third party software
Participate in quality management reviews as outlined in the Quality Management practice to ensure adherence to all quality management plans and standards
Performs other related duties and activities as required.

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