JP.Morgan is Hiring | Software Engineer | 11 lpa | Apply here !

About Company

JPMorgan Chase & Co. is an American multinational investment bank and financial services holding company. It is headquartered in New York, United States. The firm is built on the foundation of more than 1,200 predecessor institutions that have come together through the years to form today’s company. The company aims to be the most respected financial services firm in the world, serving corporations and individuals in more than 100 countries.The company has $2.6T+ client assets under management and more than 250k employees across 100+ global markets.


JP Morgan Chase & Co is hiring for the post of Software Engineering!

Responsibilities of the Candidate:

Participate in daily scrum, work with business or leads to understand the requirements, design, and write code to develop technology solutions on various global, strategic and core platforms focusing primarily on post trade client services. Spent in developing micro services in Core Java and various frameworks like Spring, Spring Boot providing them exposure to messaging platforms like Apache Kafka, streaming frameworks like Kafka streams/KSQL, NoSQL databases like Oracle NoSQL, MongoDB etc. and web technologies like Node/React JS

Deploy these micro services using CI/CD in production infrastructure (JPMC private cloud – GAIA, Public Cloud – AWS) and provide post release application in application modernization initiatives which involves migrating the current technical stack from physical hosts to public cloud (AWS) to align post trade components with wider CIB strategy.


BS/BA/BE degree or equivalent experience

Expertise in application, data, and infrastructure architecture disciplines

Advanced knowledge of architecture and design across all systems

Proficiency in multiple modern programming languages

Knowledge of industry-wide technology trends and best practices

Keen understanding of financial control and budget management

Ability to work in large, collaborative teams to achieve organizational goals