UI Developer - Enterprise Client Data Capture (ECDC)

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The client onboarding and trading controls technology group within Asset and Wealth Management is responsible for all technology deliverables relating to onboarding new clients, account opening, KYC, suitability and the many regulatory processes associated with pre-trade controls. Clients serviced by this business includes institutional, ultra-high net worth, high net worth and individual clients with an estimated asset under supervision of approximated $255 billion.

The business is undergoing significant transformation with a significant focus on replacing paper-based processes with rich, online experiences. This is intended to improve the experience for the client as well as efficiency within operations and front-office teams.

In order to support this technology transformation, a key platform - Enterprise Client Data Capture (ECDC) - has been built and is expanding. The purpose of ECDC is to provide a flexible and consistent platform to capture structured data and distribute that data to downstream applications. ECDC is both external and internal facing, and enables collaboration between clients and JPMC staff, as well as collaboration between front office and operations. ECDC incorporates integration with Docusign, an electronic signature platform used within Wealth Management.

The ECDC platform is built using the latest technologies - cloud native microservices using Spring Boot 2 and Angular 8, on a nosql data platform. This opening is for a UI developer who is keen to work on building a complex and innovative platform.

Key responsibilities shall include but not be limited to:

* Development of UI components using Angular 8. ECDC leverages many advanced Angular and web techniques and the ideal candidate is someone who is passionate about new and powerful user interfaces and the technologies used to implement them

* Working with development teams across the globe who use the library to get feedback and enhancement requests - as a service, ECDC is used by multiple teams within the firm

* Collaborating closely with the teams setting UI standards to ensure that the UX offers the best possible experience

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


Degree in an appropriate andrelevant discipline


Minimum 3+ years of experience indesigning and developing awesome user experiences


Experience of modern webtechnologies, including Javascript or ideally Typescript, CSS3 and webpack Angular 2.x or later is essential - the successful candidate will have an opportunity to mentor others in the teamwho dont have the same level of experience


Strong design and UX experiencewith proven ability to deliver great experiences - however this is a hands-oncoding role and the role holder will spend time building the interface as wellas designing it


Knowledge of Git and Jenkins orTeamCity (or other CI platform)


Strong communication skills, bothwritten and verbal English, which are critical to interfacing with stakeholdersacross the US, EMEA and Asia.

JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.
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