Top Three Skills:
-Full-stack Java Dev experience
-Angular 2.0 (at a minimum)
-1/3 positions--Oracle DB Development exp
What this group does: The Corporate Technology (CT) organization develops applications and provides technologysupport for corporate functions across JPMorgan Chase, including Global Finance, Corporate Treasury, Risk Management, Human Resources, Compliance, Legal, and all functions within the Corporate Administrative Office (CAO). Corporate tech teams are aligned with corporate partners? evolving technology needs and the firm?s ever expanding technology controls agenda. JP Morgan has a team of about 3,000 lawyers that they support and work alongside.
Their vision is to deliver innovative solutions for their Legal partners to enable them to be the most efficient, best-in-class corporate legal department in the world. The main objective is to build out the strategic Legal reporting Data Repository across the portfolio of Legal Data domains as a horizontal platform, providing consistent, one-stop-shop reporting & Analytics.
Initiative: There are 2 major projects, 1) Reporting dBI & Full Stack App Development.
There is a new application that is being set up throughout the next quarter. It is a legal vendor data platform. It is one of the first use cases that we have to have a reference data repository and an application on top of that to manage and govern that data. This is a Java/Angular/Oracle application development team that is being set up. There are a total of 3 positions. Manager is looking for the following:
1) One Java developer who is stronger on the back-end (Oracle db development)
2) Full stack Java w/Angular 2.0 experience
There are pockets in their space which use Angular 2.0, but their newer products have been using Angular 4. Since they are building something new for this project they would prefer experience with Angular 4 but at a minimum they should have Angular 2.0.
-Overall 4+ years of experience
-Spring / Spring MVC / JDBC / ORM 3+ years
-Web Services / RESTFUL using Spring MVC 2+ years
-Hibernate 3.x 2+ years