Post of Duty: Washington D.C – USA
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About this position:
We are looking to hire a seasoned technical specialist in non-SQL distributed databases as a Senior Consultant in Non-SQL Distributed Databases. You will help us collaborate with the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) on Project FuSSE, which aims to design and construct a fully scalable settlement engine. This collaboration is part of the BIS Innovation Hub’s initiative to foster innovation and enhance the efficiency and safety of the financial system globally. The need for a specialist microservice development arises from the technical requirements of the project, ensuring optimal design, scalability, and efficiency.
You will work in Connectivity, Markets and Finance Division (CMF) part of IFD department. The IFD/CMF team plays a vital role in the development of private sector and financial markets in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our experience includes supporting commercial banks, promoting sustainable social, environmental, and corporate governance practices. Our projects foster the competitiveness of private companies, improving the ability of financial regulatory authorities to protect consumers and businesses, minimizing risk and increasing transparency, as well as financial inclusion for women’s entrepreneurship, populations rural areas, and climate finance.
What you will do:
You will provide your expertise in the design and development of solutions based in the use of distributed database technologies as required for project development and implementation, collaborating with the BIS Innovation Hub team as well as with teams from additional project participants currently involved in the project:
Deliverables and Payments Timeline:
1. Successful completion of their assigned responsibilities derived from the Project FuSSE design and implementation process.
2. Monthly progress reports and updates that will serve as evidence of work done.
3. Intellectual property assets, in the form of:
3.1. Source code: If applicable, this includes all of the applicable written code and/or database schemas needed to deliver on the assigned project tasks.
3.2.1. Code Comments: Inline explanations within the source code to help other developers understand the functionality and logic.
3.2.2. Technical Documentation: Detailed information about the architecture, design decisions, and how the developed components work.
3.2.3. User Documentation: Guides or manuals that help end-users or other developers understand how to use the software and/or solutions created by the consultant.
3.3. Compiled Code/Binaries: If applicable, all executable files or libraries created to comply with the assigned project tasks.
3.4. Unit Tests: Automated tests that validate individual units or components of the created components to ensure they work as intended.
3.5. Integration Tests: Tests that validate the interaction between different components or systems.
3.6. Deployment Scripts: Scripts or tools used to deploy the software to various environments (e.g., development, staging, production).
3.7. API Endpoints & Documentation: If the assigned project tasks involve developing an API, the consultant shall provide endpoint details and documentation on how to use them.
3.8. Database Schema: Details about the database structure, including tables, relationships, and indexes.
3.9. Configuration Files: Files that contain settings or parameters that can be modified without changing the source code.
3.10. Build Scripts: Scripts or configuration files used by continuous integration tools to automate the build process.
3.11. UI/UX Designs & Prototypes: If applicable to their assigned project tasks, any related documentation, prototypes and mock-ups of user interface designs.
3.12. Bug Reports and Fixes: If applicable, documentation of identified bugs, their status, and the fixes applied
3.13. Performance Reports: Details about the assigned components’ performance, including any benchmarks or stress tests conducted.
3.14. Post-deployment Reports: Information about the assigned components’ behavior in the final target environment, including any issues faced and resolutions.
3.15. Training Materials: If applicable, provide training materials for end-users or other stakeholders related to the assigned project components
3.16. Demos & Presentations: Demonstrations related to the assigned project components’ functionality.
Payment shall be provided on a bimonthly basis against the delivery of the corresponding bimonthly progress reports.
|Planned Date to Submit
|1. Bi-monthly Report 1
|2. Bi-monthly Report 2
|3. Bi-monthly Report 3
|4. Bi-monthly Report 4
|5. Bi-monthly Report 5
|6. Bi-monthly Report 6
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About the IDB Group:
The IDB Group, composed of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), IDB Invest, and the IDB Lab offers flexible financing solutions to its member countries to finance economic and social development through lending and grants to public and private entities in Latin America and the Caribbean.
We work to improve lives in Latin America and the Caribbean. Through financial and technical support for countries working to reduce poverty and inequality, we help improve health and education and advance infrastructure. Our aim is to achieve development in a sustainable, climate-friendly way. With a history dating back to 1959, today we are the leading source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean. We provide loans, grants, and technical assistance; and we conduct extensive research. We maintain a strong commitment to achieving measurable results and the highest standards of integrity, transparency, and accountability.