The Information Technology (IT) functions within the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston are responsible to meet the technology needs of the Bank and to provide services to the Federal Reserve System including protecting critical applications from cyber-attacks, developing and managing the financial management applications and the prioritization and management of investments. Our innovative teams are responsible for delivering cost effective, high-value solutions and services while working in an environment where creative and diverse thoughts are encouraged.
Application Developers at the Boston Fed work as part of a technical team to design, develop, and implement various application software components and interfaces across many platforms. The work includes maintaining and enhancing existing applications as well as providing ongoing technical support to app users.
Robotic Process Engineer
Robotic process automation (RPA) engineers use a specialized software tool that automates well-defined tasks such as file loading, approving transactions, duplicating data from one system to another and much more. RPA developers meet with clients, define current/future state process diagrams and develop solutions. Since RPA is a "Low Code / No Code" tool, often times RPA engineering is a career path for business analysts, system analysts, or naturally curious people.
Security Engineers provide secure authentication and authorization services to Federal Reserve System applications across the country. This role also collaborates with subject matter experts across System IT departments to lead or participate in security and release planning efforts. Additionally, this role provides design, configuration, implementation, and management of various systems and services for the Fed.