An Integration Developer is responsible for the complete life cycle of information systems, from requirements and analysis to design and development. They do so by studying data sources and data models and then planning solutions before delivering integrations. Employers for integration developers include medium-sized and larger organizations such as banks, insurance companies, and public administration.
An Integration Developer's tasks include but are not limited to, conception, design, and development of interfaces and integration architecture. Additionally, managing data analysis and integrating disparate systems, documentation of technical requirements in the interface context, working with analysts and business users to convert specifications into technical designs, building intensive data acquisition and integration solutions in line with business requirements, and optimizing data integration platforms. A bachelor's degree in computer science, information systems, or software engineering is a prerequisite. Also, work experience of two or more years is essential.
Such a position requires you to work flexible hours. The average hourly salary for an Integration Developer is $49.56, which equates to $103,092 annually. Furthermore, the career is likely to grow 21% in the following years to come.