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Semantic Web Jobs: JPMorgan Chase

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JPMorgan Chase is looking for a Lead Application Developer in New York, NY.


JPMorgan Chase is looking for a Lead Application Developer in New York, NY. According to the post, “The Business Translation Team (BTT) provides firm-wide architectural and engineering services to support standardized integration of business and application capabilities and services. BTT conducts engagements across multiple lines of business in areas such as requirements decomposition, process and data design, technology design, business transaction design and business rules development. This role represents an exciting opportunity for a senior developer to be involved in the cutting program that is helping solve many of the firm’s risk and regulatory problems. The lead developer will be responsible for helping deliver the engineering pipeline in support of upcoming BTT engagements. The priority will be to take over and advance the bottom-up analysis tool capabilities.”


Qualifications for the position include: “7-10 years of experience in Java programming experience including standard frameworks such as Spring, Maven and JUnit. 5 + years of SQL, procedural SQL languages and relational database design (from the perspective of parser design). Strong experience working with parser technologies. Strong work related experience with logical and physical data models such as UML class models, XSD and DDL files. Good knowledge of Unix/Linux shell scripting. Experience with Java CC. Experience using the Ab Initio EME, Metadata Hub and Data Quality products. Experience with RDF and RDF Schemas, building and executing SPARQL queries and modeling ontologies using OWL.”


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