JP Morgan Off Campus Drive | Freshers | Any Graduate | Applications Developer – Associate | Bangalore | April 2017

Company:         JP Morgan

Company Profile:

JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) is one of the oldest financial institutions in the United States. With a history dating back over 200 years, here’s where we stand today: We are a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.4 trillion. We operate in more than 60 countries.


Eligibility:          Any Graduate

Experience:       Freshers / Experience

Location:           Bangalore

Job Role:          Applications Developer – Associate

Job Description:
1. Design technology solutions on different scales with specific emphasis on cloud technology

2. Be mindful of cost/benefit analysis in everything they do

3. Advise management and project managers on build or buy decisions – and will have autonomy to make these decisions within existing technical business context

4. Cut code to deliver enhanced functionality across our suite of in-house components and applications

5. Produce documentation for other technologists, users and support

6. Develop and unit test software application modules using disciplined software development processes including waterfall and agile.

7. Be involved in requirements gathering and business analysis tasks

8. Co-ordinate systems integration test with other teams

Candidate Profile:
Required Skills:
1.Substantial experience with software design and senior development skills in a high pressure, time critical environment

2. Java – excellent core understanding and low-level programming experience

3. Amazon Web Services

4. Micro Services

5. Competent with developing highly multithreaded, highly scalable, concurrent applications (for example using Doug Lea’s framework)

6. Experience in optimizing/profiling, multithreading, JVM tuning

7. Experience of multi-tier architectures

8. In-depth understanding of performance tuning, message integrity and security related to real-time applications

9. Test driven development

10. Oracle SQL, Unix Scripting


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