I couldn't find anything about them other than vague geographical localization. Basically, I'm looking for the highest tribal organizations (no need to cite every single clan), akin to the five Mongol Khanligs to the west.
I don't think there was any tribal organisation as such. Starting with Wanyan Wugunai circa mid-11th century, the Wanyan Tribe became dominant among the Jurchens. Successive Wanyan chieftains gradually unified the Jurchen tribes as hereditary
jiédùshǐ of the Liao Empire, and also took the Jurchen title of
By 1115, the new begile Wanyen Akuta (Wanyan Aguda) revolted against the Khitan Liao Empire, founding the Jurchen Great Jin Empire in the process. So You might justifiably call the Great Jin the "highest tribal organisation" of 12th century Jurchens.
This is an incomplete list of Jurchen clans around the rise of the Wanyan:
Wanyan: from the Ashi/Anchuhu River
Wulinda: from the Hailang River
Wendu: from the Lalin River
Jiagu: from around Wuchang.
Wole: from north of the Ashi/Anchuhu River
Tangguo: from the Paektu Mountain
Adian: from one of the tributaries of the Liao River
Helandianclans: from around modern Hamhung City
Wugulunclans: possibly from the Wugulun river basin
Boliclans: where the Amur River meets the Ussuri River
Five Country Clans