The Corporate Technology (CT) organization develops applications and provides technology support 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 Technology teams are aligned with corporate partners’ evolving technology needs and the firm’s ever expanding technology controls agenda. A top Corporate Technology priority is building scalable corporate systems.
Teams focus on:
Responding to the evolving regulatory environment and helping to meet the firm’s regulatory commitments by addressing internal and external commitments
Advancing the firm’s Roadmap programs -- Single Sourcing of data, Architecture Convergence, and Rationalization of Platforms
Adopting industry leading technologies to support best-in-class business capabilities for high performance computing and data storage solutions
Driving innovation across the firm’s corporate technology portfolio, increasing efficiencies through process automation, and Agile application development, with an emphasis on user experience and shorter development cycles
Investing in security & controls for cyber, access/entitlements uplift, data protection and application resiliency
The Risk Quantitative Development(RQD) IT Organization has responsibility for the implementation and support of infrastructure platforms and software services for Consumer and Community Banking (CCB) Risk and Finance regulatory activities, as well as the many modeling and analytics programs throughout CCB and the Firm. We maintain a number of Analytical and Business Intelligence environments including several technology platforms running Machine Leaning, Big Data and Analytic Platforms and SAS, along with the support of many server and desktop products. The Risk Quantitative Development IT Organization consists of technical analysts, system administrators, SAS administrators and software engineers.
The Cyber Controls System Software Engineer Programmer is an applied technologist responsible for the development of system monitors, utilities and data base that will manage and optimize the usage, performance and control detection and protection of several large big iron IBM computational platforms. These enterprise platforms are leveraged by approximately 4,000 business and IT users with multi-petabytes of data. These control objectives will be added to other computation platforms (Big Data, SPARC/Hadoop and Internal/External Cloud) overtime.
The role requires the ability to handle a large number of concurrent priorities and projects for a diverse and demanding user community. The candidate needs to be able to perform effective troubleshooting and technical task execution and team management.
The responsibilities include:
- Development of a processes monitoring dashboard tracking system usage parameters aligned to access inventory
- Develop scanning and detection methods to inspect and identify control or compliance risks spanning the data footprint and system directories in line with the firm’s controls
- Deploy automated IT processes on new strategic platforms for system inventory, credential monitoring and system utilities for platform services (Quarantine and Compression) to limit manual processes and human error risk.
- Performance Management – Monitoring, measurement and trend analysis of relevant performance metrics to assess the performance and efficiency of IT resources throughout their lifecycle
- Proactively monitor the enterprise with corporate tools. Manage CPU, storage and infrastructure assets via benchmarking, stress testing and trend analysis
- Measure the compute and storage resource and utilization on multiple IBM P770s running AIX. This includes management of multiple environments (i.e. Dev, Test, Prod, and DR) on the compute platforms and the deployment of new on boardings
- Measure the storage for a multi-petabyte infrastructure including the file retention policy, storage tiering strategy, and storage provisioning
- Change Management – Ensure that standardized methods and procedures are used for efficient and prompt handling of all changes to control the IT infrastructure in order to minimize the number and impact of any related incidents upon service
- Oversee and implement Production turn-overs, change management, and maintain the Operate procedures and Run Books
- Implement capacity planning to ensure sufficient IT resources and headroom based on existing usage, trend analysis and forecasts of demand
- Prepare business cases to support investment in the platforms