Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance•
11 - 15 years
Posted 42 days ago
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 (AWM): 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 AWM Architecture & Engineering group serves all aspects of the business, providing premier architecture solutions and services used as the foundation for technology development. We focus on enabling innovation, rapid execution and empowering the engineering teams across AWM. We develop architectural standard methodologies, core services and lead the development and adoption of Hybrid Cloud solutions using Cloud-native architectures, and platforms.
Our focus is on continuous improvement; we never settle for yesterday's achievements. We embrace the principles and values of Agile, the methodologies of Scrum and the practices of Lean. We lead by example and enable our engineering teams to deliver high-quality results to our business partners quickly. We are practitioners of inclusion and realize that the ultimate success of our organization relies on our ability to hire diverse candidates.
As the Lead API Architect, you will deliver a first-class native API approach to leverage AWM-wide APIs and drive greater business value through reuse. You will define our API Governance, API Standards and be responsible for our API Platform. You will combine your years of experience with a passion for improving all aspects of how we build extraordinary solutions that focus on establishing standards and guidelines, delivery enablement for our engineers and continuous improvement across the organization.
Your success in this organization will be based on:
· 10+ years’ experience in the API management platforms and API related activities including solution architecture and design, API modeling and micro-services architecture.
· Strong understanding of OWASP, SAML, Oauth SSL and other security tools, technologies and guidelines.