JPMorgan Chase Consumer & Community Banking Compliance Associate - Regulatory Exam in New York, New York

The Consumer & Community Banking (“CCB”) Regulatory Relations group at JPMorgan Chase is responsible for managing and facilitating regulatory supervisory activity for the CCB Line of Business. Currently, we are seeking an Associate Compliance Officer to participate in regulatory interactions between CCB LOBs and various federal regulators. In the course of his or her responsibilities representing JPMorgan Chase, the candidate will interact with senior managers across the CCB LOBs and the firm as well as various federal regulators.

Candidates for this role should be highly-motivated, self- starters with exceptional judgment and strong analytical, advisory, verbal and written communication skills, and strong project management skills. They should be able to quickly adapt to a dynamic work environment while efficiently and effectively completing ongoing projects and ad hoc tasks. An understanding of consumer financial products and financial services compliance is preferred, but not required. This is a specific and critical role within the Compliance function which offers great visibility of JP Morgan’s local and regional operations and the opportunity to interact with senior management and subject matter experts across the bank and whole firm.

Responsibilities:

• Overseeing and executing the end-to-end process for CCB regulatory engagements, including reviewing examination requests, advising internal stakeholders, and reviewing and obtaining approval for regulatory submissions;

• Preparing CCB LOB personnel for regulatory interactions, including examinations;

• Conduct meetings involving CCB LOB personnel and regulators;

• Identifying, escalating, and developing solutions for potential regulatory risks;

• Maintaining and monitoring appropriate tracking and communications regarding information requested by regulators;

• Providing timely and appropriate management information on regulatory liaison and relationship management within Compliance and also to broader stakeholders within the firm;

• Upon request, taking a lead role in day-to-day communications with regulators is required;

• Proactive consideration of the overall relationship with our regulators and establishing a cooperative and constructive relationship on all engagements

• Delivering information requested by regulators in accordance with firm protocols;

• Overseeing and completing periodic and other reporting timely and accurately

• Advise and communicate with the business to ensure comprehensive solutions are delivered to regulators in a timely manner

• Building and maintaining a strong working relationship with internal partners and colleagues;

• Develop a good awareness of other regulatory interactions in the region and support other team members in their interactions and relationship management with these other regulators;

• Perform ad hoc requests as received

• Occasional travel (5-10%) will be required

Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree required

· J.D. or MBA preferred but not required

· Familiarity with consumer legal compliance requirements preferred, but not mandatory;

· Strong data analytic skills / experience

· Strong project management skills

· Ability to work in a matrix environment, provide oversight and directly influence change

· Strong client management skills – the candidate must demonstrate the judgment and ability to closely partner with and advise senior and line managers and other stakeholders on regulatory engagements

· Ability to manage multiple work streams involving multiple partners and groups;

· Knowledge of Financial Services and their operational processes desired

· Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills with demonstrated ability to manage expectations and deliver results

· Meticulous attention to detail, strong organizational skills and a commitment to ensuring that information provided to the firm’s regulators is of a high standard;

· Ability to offer robust and constructive challenge, at all corporate title levels and across different disciplines – to become a trusted advisor to the business on regulatory relationship matters;

· Ability to consider the regulators’ position and understand, anticipate and react positively to their requirements and demands;

· Strong judgement and the aptitude to exercise sound judgement under pressure when faced with imperfect information;

· High level of professionalism, self-motivation, and sense of urgency

· Strong team player- willingness to go beyond the day to day to deliver excellence;

· Self-starter and ability to work independently

· Must be flexible and able to quickly adapt to change

· The candidate must possess excellent written and verbal executive-level communications skills.

· Must be proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, and other Office applications

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