Software Engineer

JP Morgan

Location: Dorset

Job Type: Full time


As a member of our Software Engineering team you will dive head-first into creating innovative solutions that advance businesses and careers. You’ll join an inspiring and curious team of technologists dedicated to improving the design, analytics, development, coding, testing and application programming that goes into creating high quality software and new products. You’ll be tasked with keeping the team and other key stakeholders up to speed on the progress of what’s being developed. Coming in with an understanding of the importance of end-to-end software development-such as Agile frameworks-is key. And best of all, you’ll be working with and sharing ideas, information and innovation with our global team of technologists from all over the world

Role Description & Scope:

The Data Network Architecture platform authors, sources and distributes Facts about Data at JPMC that help the firm improve its data management and data governance capabilities front-to-back. DNA includes features related to Data Lineage, Data Authority, Data Flow, Data Governance Roles, Data Controls, Data Quality Issues and Scores and Data Use.

As part of the DNA team, your mission will be to evolve and develop parts of DNA, particularly relating to reference data and analytics. Collaborating with our network of global technologists will enable you to deliver diverse and inclusive software solutions.

About you

We are looking for someone with an overall industry experience of 5+ in the following fields:

  • Degree in computer science / information science (or similarly technical discipline).
  • Programming languages, Java, and others, eg: Python, Javascript, XSLT, XQuery, PL/SQL, ...
  • Use of XML, JSON, Avro, Protobuff or similar wire formats, and the use of schema languages such as XSD and JSONSchema
  • Messaging APIs, such as JMS, Apache QPid, Apache Kafka, ...
  • Persistence APIs, such as JDBC, Hibernate, JPA, MarkLogic XCC, ...
  • API implementation, perhaps using REST, Swagger, RAML, WSDL, Spring Boot, ...
  • Exposure to private or public cloud
  • Some exposure to Data Modelling tool(s) such as MagicDraw, ERWin, Power Designer, IDE plugins, ...
  • Experience with continuous integration/continuous deployment tools and pipelines
You’ve got this!