2020 ReEntry Program: Firmwide Corporate Functions - Bournemouth

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2020 ReEntry Program – Firmwide Corporate Functions

The ReEntry Program is a 14-week fellowship program, beginning March 16, 2019 and ending June 19, 2019, with the prospect of an offer for permanent employment with JP Morgan Chase at the end of the program. The program offers a reintroduction to corporate life for those returning to the workplace after two or more years voluntarily being away. The fellowship placements will be based on both business needs and candidate skill set and interest areas within our Firmwide Functions.

Please refer to our ReEntry Overview page for further information regarding the Program.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.5 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the world’s most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at http://www.jpmorganchase.com/.

Participating Firmwide Functions Include:

The Asset & Wealth Management Financial Planning and Analytics (FP&A) Team. Our FP&A teams are responsible for a wide range of activities including financial control, forecasting and budgeting, analysis of financial/business metrics, delivery of weekly/monthly/quarterly management reporting, development of new reporting capabilities (e.g. dashboards), and advising the line of business CFOs on how to increase profitability and efficiencies.

The Asset and Wealth Management Audit Team is responsible for assessing the adequacy of the control environment across AWM. This is achieved through a program of audit coverage performed and managed by a team of integrated business, technology and corporate sector specialists and coordinated on a global basis. Internal Audit is an independent function that provides objective assurance guided by a philosophy of adding value to improve the operations of the organization. The function's priorities are focused on strong governance, transparency, strategic engagement and fostering a diverse and inclusive culture of people development.

The CAO Strategic Initiatives Team (CSI) is structured around two core pillars:

  • Strategy & Process Improvement (S&PI) - An internal consulting capability dedicated to identifying and driving operational improvements across LOBs and functions.
  • Strategic Programs - Includes a portfolio of cross-LOB initiatives — Global Operations Innovation Office, Workforce Activity Data Utility, Corporate Transformation / Spotlight, Client Documentation Program, and the Corporate Analyst Development Program

The Capital & Liquidity Management Organization Team (C&LM) is responsible for the management of capital and liquidity across the Firm. C&LM also manages the Firm-wide Capital Stress Testing process. C&LM partners with other JPMC functions, including Risk Management, Firm-wide Regulatory Reporting & Analysis (FRRA) and the Lines of Business (LoBs) to establish control and governance best practices and accountability for the Regulatory Capital & Liquidity processes. It is also responsible for interfacing with Regulators on issues related to risk-based capital and liquidity and guiding LOBs and clients on decisions that affect the capital and liquidity position of the Firm.

The Chief Administrative Office Finance Team is a group of high performing professionals from around the world. Their primary goal is to manage the financial processes, budgets, forecasts, and reporting for some of the Firm’s most integral functions including: Global Real Estate, Global Security & Investigations, Global Supplier Services, Corporate Aviation, and more.

The Corporate Treasury Middle Office Team (CTMO) sits within the Treasury & CIO (TCIO) organization and provides support for the Firm in regards to liquidity and structured interest rate risk (SIRR) reporting. Overseeing the operating model that supports the sourcing and consolidation of data used in the Firm’s risk reporting process (i.e. balance sheet detail, forecasts, and assumptions). This includes the execution of key data integrity controls, reconciliations and data adjustments.

The Human Resources Team is seeking an HR Business Partner which will sit within the firm wide HR Business Partner organization – a Center of Excellence/Shared Service construct. The HR Business Partner’s responsibility is to work with managers at varying levels of the organization to execute strategic priorities set by senior leaders. They provide support to senior HR Business Advisors and senior managers on core HR activities. They help senior managers engage with others in HR and with specialists to bring resolution to their HR-related matters.

The Third Party Operations and Controls Team (TPOC) is a function within the Global Supplier Services that establishes a firmwide framework for third party oversight, and manages various operational activities (e.g., third party onboarding, assessments, and payments) in a manner that is effective, efficient, consistent and sustainable. The Project Manager (PM) role resides within TPOC Strategy& Operations, which is a function that articulates TPOC vision, runs TPOC program management, communications, business management, change management, training, etc.

What We Look For:

Ideal candidates for the program are creative, innovative team players with analytical, technical, problem solving, planning and organizational skills. Individuals must have strong interpersonal skills and be able to communicate effectively in presentations, expressing complex financial strategies in an organized and articulate manner. The ability to relate well to external clients and internal partners and establishing strong working relationships is a crucial requirement of the program.

Individuals must be on a voluntary career break for at least two years in order to be considered.

The candidates’ background and interest will determine where they will be placed within the Firmwide Function businesses. Individuals with previous experience relevant to the businesses noted above are encouraged to apply.