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Data Science Data Engineer VP at JP Morgan Chase (Jersey City, NJ)

Experts in Data Reconnaissance & Architecture operate as the exploratory group for locating valuable information in data.  They are responsible for identifying relevant data elements that exist within and outside of JPMorgan Chase & Co., run analyses to transform and enrich the data, and construct the usable data into an optimized queryable asset to be loaded into our analytics environment.  They will also be responsible for owning the development and optimization of all Analytical Data assets in our analytic environment, including: conceptual design, logical, physical and semantic design, testing and user acceptance, performance tuning and optimization, and finally hand off to production support teams.

This role requires a wide variety of strengths and capabilities, including:

·         BS/BA degree or equivalent experience
·         Advanced knowledge of application, data and infrastructure architecture\disciplines
·         Understanding of architecture and design across all systems  
·         Working proficiency in developmental toolsets
·         Ability to collaborate with high-performing teams and individuals throughout the firm to accomplish common goals
·         Proficiency with Hadoop and Big Data
·         Understanding of software skills such as business analysis, development, maintenance and software improvement
·         Design, architect and build data platform solutions using Big Data Technologies
·         Work with Architecture and Engineering team to define Reference Architecture for Big Data/Distributed computing.
·         Access stakeholder requirements, prototype and iterate solutions to solve business problems using Big Data technologies
·         Proven track record selecting appropriate data storage technologies and ETL technologies and building out ingestion pipelines
·         6+ years of hands on Java development experience. Experience working on Java server side frameworks - Spring, Spring Boot, etc.,
·         2 to 4 years experience on Hadoop Platform (HDFS, Hive, HBase, Spark, oozie, Impala, Cassandra etc.)
·         8+ years of professional experience with an established track record as a full stack architect.

Our Corporate & Investment Bank relies on innovators like you to build and maintain the technology that helps us safely service the worlds important corporations, governments and institutions. Youll develop solutions for a bank entrusted with holding $18 trillion of assets and $393 billion in deposits.  CIB provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk, and extends liquidity in markets spanning over 100 countries around the world.

When you work at JPMorgan Chase & Co., youre not just working at a global financial institution. Youre an integral part of one of the worlds biggest tech companies. In 14 technology hubs worldwide, our team of 40,000+ technologists design, build and deploy everything from enterprise technology initiatives to big data and mobile solutions, as well as innovations in electronic payments, cybersecurity, machine learning, and cloud development. Our $9.5B+ annual investment in technology enables us to hire people to create innovative solutions that will not only transform the financial services industry, but also change the world. 

At JPMorgan Chase & Co. we value the unique skills of every employee, and were building a technology organization that thrives on diversity.  We encourage professional growth and career development, and offer competitive benefits and compensation.  If youre looking to build your career as part of a global technology team tackling big challenges that impact the lives of people and companies all around the world, we want to meet you. 
@2017 JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran

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