JPMorgan Chase Information Architect in Wilmington, Delaware
Operations Technology is looking for an Information Architect who will provide working knowledge and expertise in the discipline of Information Architecture, Data Management, and Governance. This includes providing thought leadership in the definition, communication, education, and implementation of Information Strategy & Roadmaps, Foundational Data Asset Inventories, Architecture Governance, and Business Data Management. This candidate will contribute to the overarching goal of achieving a well-defined, controlled and unified view of how information should flow and be managed across all Consumer & Community Banking lines of business. Specific responsibilities include:
Responsible for data strategy and design of high volume transactional, operational, analytical, and reporting solutions for Consumer and Community Banking businesses.
Working side by side with the business and development teams to develop data domain strategies and conceptual and logical data models.
Assist in defining, documenting, and evangelizing patterns and solutions supporting large-scale database platforms including big data (Hadoop), relational, and No-SQL data solutions.
Able to define and enforce consistency in design, storage, movement, security, quality, & usage of information required to support the business.
Partner with key business and IT stakeholders to define and drive adoption of data strategies including big data, microservices, and event driven architecture.
Support and integrate data practices into various methodologies such as Agile, Domain Driven Design, Microservices, and Event Driven Architectures.
Design and develop data solutions and implement controls/governance across all data domains.
Identify and govern appropriate data sourcing, data lineage, and metadata.
Lead/participate in meetings, providing continuous feedback and offering constructive options to ensure project tracks to original expectations.
Manage competing priorities, multiple work streams, meet deadlines.
Document and communicate decisions, strategies, and roadmaps.
Participate in the firmwide Information Architecture (IA) working group.
Working in close partnership with the Chief Data and Analytics Office (CDAO) to perform the IA function in support of firmwide data management initiatives.
Minimum 7 years of relevant experience in information management field, with 3 years of experience directly managing data & information architecture.
Possess skills and experience with large-scale database platforms including big data (Hadoop), relational, and No-SQL.
Experience in creating and reviewing Architecture and Development artifacts such as Conceptual, Logical, and Physical Data Models. Hands-on data modeling skills utilizing tools such as Erwin.
Knowledge of core Information Architecture capabilities including Master and Reference Data Management, Data Quality (DQ), Metadata Management, Data Taxonomy, Data Integration, Data Migration, and Data Modeling.
Ability to collaborate with business teams in order to understand, translate and capture the requirements into Taxonomies, Strategies/Roadmaps, Conceptual and Logical Data Models.
Strong communication and writing skills, ability to conduct workshops, facilitate interviews with Subject Matter Experts to capture and document business requirements. Ability to translate business rules into system requirements and data models.
Hands-on experience using SQL/NO-SQL Databases including Oracle, Cassandra, MongoDB, Hadoop and cloud-based data solutions.
Experience in defining and implementing data transformation logic.
Ability to work independently and own deliverables from inception to delivery.
Ability to build strong relationships with developers and stakeholders to ensure successful project/program delivery.
Experience in working as part of a distributed global development team, responsible for the design, implementation, delivery and support of a global application spanning multiple time-zones.
Experience in supporting continuous application development and data design following an Agile development methodology.
Experience with solutions over the full data lifecycle including data capture, quality, security, archiving, and records retention.
Understanding of major architectural concepts such as Event Driven Architecture, Microservices Architecture, and Domain Driven Design.
Strong exposure to Data Management, Governance, and Controls with a proven track record of defining and implementing.
Ability to turn strategies into roadmaps with discreet milestones to drive and track adoption and implementation.
Experience with ETL and ETL tools such as AbInitio, Informatica, or Talend.
Experience and understanding of data technologies and patterns for cloud environments including both public and private cloud deployments.
BS/BA degree or higher (computer science preferred) or equivalent experience.
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.