J.P. Morgan is a global leader in asset and wealth management services. We serve institutional, high net worth and retail clients through J.P. Morgan Asset Management; Highbridge Capital Management; and Private Banking, which includes the Private Bank, Private Wealth Management, and J.P. Morgan Securities. We are one of the largest asset and wealth managers in the world.
The Enterprise Content Management group caters to full cycle of document management across the Asset and Wealth Management business, providing best in class architecture and enterprise data solutions and services used as the foundation for technology development. We are responsible for the design, build out, and implementation to classify, store and securely preserve all content that is required for any regulatory, legal, or business need across Asset Management globally.
A seasoned agile engineer and technology leader with 10+ years of experience is required to be a key part of the team developing and supporting the Enterprise Content Management system. You will partner closely with the Scrum Master and Product Owner to drive the technical direction of the platform in addition to being a hands-on member of the team.
Your duties will include development of an enterprise Java web application. Utilize Agile methodology and adhere to coding standards, procedures and techniques while contributing to the technical code documentation. Actively contribute to software and architecture design that address business needs within mature technology environments. Design, develop, code, test, debug and document to adhere to business requirements and security standards. Review design and functional specification prepared by other team members. Collaborate with team and propose solutions for any identified problem by team. Handle deployment operations for all environments. Adhere to code quality standards across the firm, LOB, and organization. Application support for all environments. Collaborate with operate team to deploy applications to production environment ensuring that the deliveries meet application performance criteria, release standards, and ensure application and system stability. Collaborate with business and teams across Asset Management.
Your default practice includes:
- Using SCRUM or a related agile discipline
- Focus on working with your end users to deliver business value early
- Iterative and incremental delivery
- Emergent design and architecture
- Expertise in Test Driven Development/ Behavior Driven Development
- Continuous integration, build and automated deployment
- Refactoring and clean code
- Code reviews and mentoring
Minimum education required: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field.
Minimum experience required: 8+ years of experience in Application Development, or related experience.
Architecting and designing service oriented solutions using RESTful web services and experience with service-oriented architectures.
Strong exposure to Java development, object oriented design, concurrent and distributed programming along with development best practices including JUnit, TDD and BDD.
Application frameworks including spring, spring boot, Jersey.
Understanding of developing performant applications using NoSQL databases like Marklogic, utilizing xquery for various queries.
Agile tools including JIRA, GIT, Bitbucket and code quality tools including Sonar and PMD.
Leading ‘proof-of-concept’ work involving both Java J2EE technologies, along with web based technologies including AngularJS & HTML5.
- Thinking creatively and solving problems simply, not always through technology
- Working with people of differing skill sets driving a cross-functional global team
- Communicating with and tailoring your message to a range of audiences in both verbal and non-verbal forums
- Managing a diverse set of competing stakeholder requirements
- Being a self-starter, able to take initiative and drive a program independently
- Building real and lasting relationships with your team and extended partners
- Sharing knowledge and learning from others
- Adapting to change and working through ambiguity