JPMorgan Chase CAO & Technology Training - NAMR CADP Program Associate in Jersey City, New Jersey

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management, and private equity.

The Chief Administrative Office (CAO) Analyst Programs aim to attract, develop and retain high potential entry-level talent. While the programs support almost all of the organizations across the firm, the majority of the 2,000+ analysts in the 2 year programs along with the 1,000+ summer interns are in two key CAO functional areas: Operations and Technology.

Overview :

Partnering with our stakeholders, the Chief Administrative Office Global Analyst Development Program (GADP) aims to deliver superior analyst programs through challenging roles, engaged managers and dynamic development opportunities.

With more than 2000 global analysts under program management, the GADP represents the firm’s largest two year graduate program population.

Analyst programs at a glance;

Technology Analyst Program (TAP): technology talent focus

Regions Covered: APAC, EMEA, India, NAMR

Global Scale: 1200 full time analysts, 800 summer interns

Operations Analyst Development Program (OADP): operations talent focus

Regions Covered: APAC, EMEA, India, NAMR

Global Scale: 700 full time analysts, 400 summer interns

Corporate Analyst Development Program (CADP): consultative talent focus

Regions Covered: APAC, EMEA, NAMR

Global Scale: 200 full time analysts, 100 summer interns

Under the direction of the Program Management team, analysts are aligned to roles within JPMC business units. Over the course of the two year program analysts build technical, functional and leadership skills through challenging assignments, comprehensive feedback and coaching, rigorous training and performance management.

Job Function:

The Program Associate (PA) is critical to the delivery of high quality analyst programs. Partnering with the Program Management team, the PA is primarily responsible for the end-to-end coordination of all program activities. These activities will include both strategic (process design and ownership) and tactical (process support and administration) dimensions.

A successful Program Associate;

  • thrives in a dynamic work environment with evolving priorities

  • is self-directed and able to work autonomously

  • can efficiently collect data and transform it into information

  • is able to “tell the story” to a variety of audiences

  • loves being part of a high-performing team

  • is comfortable rolling up their sleeves when heavy lifting is needed

  • will proactively challenge the “norm” and develop and propose new ideas and processes

Day-to-day responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Demand Management

  • Identify and define role submissions with LOB liaisons

  • Develop and implement the requisite tools to ensure process efficiency and transparency

  • Manage the preliminary role assessment by analyzing data and conduct leadership team review

  • Develop and deliver presentations to socialize outcomes and status with stakeholders

  • Placement Management

  • Establish a process to compile robust candidate profiles in partnership with Campus Recruiting

  • Drive the first level review and alignment of candidates to opportunities leveraging role expertise

  • Analyze data and develop intelligent matching procedures to complete the alignment process

  • Prepare analyst materials for communication with assigned LOB Managers

  • Analyst Engagement

  • Support induction training activities for incoming analysts

  • Plan, execute and support analyst development activities including analyst committees, senior speaker series, networking events and newsletters

  • Business Engagement

  • Create and drive analyst and manager surveys, analyze results and present findings to PM Leads

  • Create materials for Advisory Board/Steering Committee meetings working with the PMs/LOBs

  • Alumni Programming

  • Partner with alumni committee members and team to organize events, drive recruitment initiatives, collate feedback and implement improvements

  • Communications

  • Develop, implement and maintain a consistent communications strategy for the global program team

  • Establish and refine program materials including; program descriptions, marketing materials, newsletters, and management presentations

  • Ongoing development and maintenance of the global team toolkit, including extension of the SharePoint feature set

  • Minimum 3-5 years program and/or project management experience

  • Advanced MS Office skills, specifically Excel and/or Access

  • Strong attention to detail, organizational skills and follow-through

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills across audience levels

  • Strong relationship management, interpersonal and team skills

JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.