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Join our next generation of technologists
Through our fulltime Software Engineer Program, you’ll develop innovative solutions that impact the day-to-day lives of customers, clients and businesses around the world. You'll benefit from a $12 billion annual investment in technology, working in one of the world’s biggest tech companies. You could design, build, deploy and run innovations across our cloud, cyber, digital, markets and payments businesses. You’ll work in an open, collaborative and supportive culture, where our agile teams are constantly innovating, learning new skills, and at the forefront of developing new technologies and solutions.
With the scale of our business, you could impact millions of consumers, thousands of enterprise clients, and 250,000+ employees. We’re committed to advancing your career, helping you acquire new skills, opportunities and a global network of support that will help take your career in any direction imaginable.
Learn more about our Software Engineer Full-time program
We offer a range of opportunities for our software engineers.
Explore potential roles below.
Gain knowledge and expertise across the entire software stack, from the user interface layer all the way to the database layer. As a full stack developer, you will:
- Design and develop resilient and scalable software solutions for Hybrid environments (Private cloud, Public cloud, On-Premises, Mobile, Desktop)
- Incorporate non-functional requirements including Telemetry, Monitoring, Alerting, Log Aggregate into Software solution
- Work with technology stacks including: Node.Js, Python, Java, .Net, React, Angular, MySQL, NoSQL, Relational Databases (Oracle, SQLServer)
Some sample projects you might work on as a full stack developer:
- Deliver an automation platform to extract metadata from documents leveraging Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning capabilities for the Wholesale Payments business
- Integrate java-based features with modern APIs and cloud native environments to support JPMorgan Chase's 5k+ retail branches and 17k+ ATMs across the U.S.
Dive into server-side application logic and integration of the front-end developer's output. Back-end developers usually write the web services and APIs used by front-end and mobile application developers. As a back-end developer, you will:
- Get exposure to database management technologies forming part of the app being developed
- Build Microservices using design patterns, consume or create REST and SOAP Services
- Implement standard authentication techniques like ADFS to protect the back-end services
- Work with technology stacks including: Node.Js, Python, Java, MySQL, Cockroach DB, Oracle DB, Cassandra, Microsoft SQL, Django, Spring Boot
Some sample projects you might work on as a back-end developer:
- Build a best-in-class Electronic Trading platform for the Rates and Emerging Markets business lines in the Investment Bank
- Develop new Digital platforms and APIs to enhance the end-to-end client experiences for Chase business card customers
Enhance user experiences by building websites, web applications or even focusing on mobile web development. As a front-end developer, you will:
- Develop and deploy services on public and private cloud infrastructure using standard CI/CD pipeline
- Work on all required elements of design/UI/UX
- Implement authentication techniques like ADFS to protect the back-end services (Oauth2, ADFC Authentication)
- Work with technology stacks including: Angular, ReactJS, Jquery, Responsive Design, Intellij, Visual Studio Code, Postman, Android Studio, Docker
Some sample projects you might work on as a front-end developer:
- Design innovative customer-facing user experience at an enterprise level for the bank’s commercial clients using React and Angular
- Build responsive web and Android applications for the retail branch bankers to accelerate digital adoption by delivering a seamless customer experience
Engineer security solutions, leverage cutting edge technology and next generation tools to protect JPMorgan Chase’s people, clients, and assets. Build solutions to automate the search for vulnerabilities and risks in hardware/software or integrate with vendor tools to manage and monitor attacks and intrusions. As a cybersecurity developer, you will:
- Build solutions for software, endpoint, network, data, or web security
- Develop tooling for security analysts such as log analytics, security detections, and forensic analysis
- Continuously evaluate and use new technologies to improve security capabilities and implement enhancements
- Work with technology stacks including: Java, Python, C#/.NET, CSS3, HTML5, React, Angular, Databases (relational/non-relational)
Some sample projects you might work on as a cybersecurity developer:
- Develop complex platforms that are deployed in public and private cloud environments to meet the ever-increasing needs of the bank's cyber defense capabilities
- Implement an attack simulation tool and integrating it into JPMorgan Chase’s vulnerability management ecosystem
Develop large-scale infrastructure solutions and cloud platforms spanning on premise and public providers that support JPMorgan Chase’s diverse and critical businesses. As an infrastructure developer, you will:
- Design, Develop, & Operate solutions for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)/Infrastructure as Code (IAC) platform
- Develop CI/CD systems, private cloud infrastructure and secure integration with public cloud infrastructure
- Build solutions that support app security and auditability
- Work with technology stacks including: Java, Python, MySQL, Cockroach Database, Microsoft SQL, Kafka, Ansible, Salt, Chef, Puppet, Cloud Formation, Terraform
Some sample projects you might work on as a infrastructure developer:
- Engineer solutions to enhance infrastructure services such as Virtual Machines and Storage that run applications to support JPMorgan Chase’s diverse and critical businesses
- Develop applications to build modern private cloud storage platforms for all consumers of storage infrastructure at the firm
Apply software engineering skills and mindset to the operation of applications and infrastructure to ensure the availability, reliability, security and performance of our products. SREs use software engineering and systems skills in combination with the latest cloud platforms, CI/CD, telemetry, and automation tooling to achieve our goals. As a site reliability engineer, you will:
- Use observability tools to improve detection of degraded service availability and performance
- Analyze availability and performance data to identify trends and detect problems
- Work on front-end & back-end code with the development team to ensure observability & patterns are met
- Work with technology stacks including: Java, Python, C++, Go, Kubernetes, Docker, Cloud Foundry, Ansible, Puppet, Selenium, Prometheus, Elasticsearch, Jaeger, Splunk, Grafana
Some sample projects you might work on as a site reliability engineer:
- Develop software automation and stability tools built around a Big Data reservoir system to improve the production support experience
- Build resiliency and stability of products tools to accelerate the adoption of native cloud technologies and enhance the customer experience
Who we are
At JPMorgan Chase, we work with the most advanced tools and technology available in financial services today.
But, ultimately, it’s our people who make us successful. Coming from a wide and surprising range of
backgrounds, we’re working together to provide the best solutions and services to our customers.
Bhuvana, Site Reliability Engineer
“I played a crucial role in delivery of a strategic solution which automated Data Center Fabric network provisioning with over 2 million data network ports & 105,000 network devices. My contributions in Ansible & Go scripts helped in achieving Toil Automation which saved 8-9 hours per week."
Dan, Infrastructure Developer
“We optimized a vault service application hosted on the firm's internal cloud platform, handling 60 million daily requests from the Technology organization; significantly reducing client incidents, expanding the app’s computing resources & further automating our deployment process.”
Nicole, Front-end Developer
Investment Bank Credit Technology,
“As a member of the Dashboard Engineering team, I get to develop, design, deploy, support robust applications and enhance UI frameworks for a digital platform that provides Credit Traders with accurate real-time trading data.”
Tricia, Back-end Developer
Global Rates Technology,
“I have been working on the buildout of a new strategic platform designed to transform how regulatory information is obtained across the Rates business. This includes building a new data source for a self-service reporting tool using Python.”
Kenneth, Full Stack Developer
Asset Management Technology,
“My role involves developing and maintaining the applications that enable portfolio managers to place orders and conduct pre-trade compliance checks. I recently helped implement microservices that generate research analysis and P&L reports.”
Monica, Cybersecurity Developer
Cyber Defense & Fraud
“I helped build a new strategic application that provides a search engine utilized by several hundred information security managers and analysts to assess the cyber threat landscape to better defend the firm from potential cyber attacks."
Where we work
Our presence in over 100 markets around the globe means we can serve millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients.