JPMorgan Chase Business Analyst - Product Development Tampa in Tampa, Florida
As an Associate, in the Regulatory lead Article VI team, you will be part of a global team of seasoned professionals tasked with ensuring the successful design and execution of high priority efficiency and regulatory efforts within CIB. The group reports up to the Banking Operations Group and is aligned to the business, working closely with the front, middle and back offices on efforts which are cross or multi-product/channel/geography and aligned to a CIB strategy goal. The successful applicant will be part of an international team delivering key aspects of the analysis and implementation phases, initially detailing business requirements, process flows and current/future state diagrams and subsequently the role will lead to the implementation phase.
The role assumes hands-on leadership roles in these high priority initiatives and works closely with senior business, WCOB and GFCC management to set strategic direction, problem solve and drive execution.
Key responsibilities include:
Ability to managing multiple projects simultaneously across a broad range of functions, business and organizational units
Working with business, WCOB and GFCC stakeholders to define and drive strategy and execution
Identifying and bringing together the right resources, content experts and decision makers to meet goals
Reporting progress on program charters, business cases, project plans, team structure, and governance models
Analysis & Problem Solving
Conducting clear analysis, logical structuring, and creative problem solving on critical issues
Creating and applying appropriate conceptual frameworks to push thinking and expand solution sets
Assessing risks and benefits of alternative decisions and approaches
Designing processes and tools that yield sustainable improvement and return on investment
Proactively identifying and addressing risks and opportunities relating to CIB as a whole or specific projects
Assist in determine whether solutions to business requirements currently exist within or outside the business unit, and if not, whether new solutions are feasible
Communication & Relationships
Building relationships with internal clients and external stakeholders
Communicating recommendations and program status to impacted stakeholders, including senior management
Clearly articulating program goals to stakeholders and collaborators
Escalating critical issues with a focus on resolution
Track project implementation of new functionality including: training sessions, procedures, and communications of tech and non tech releases
§ Minimum three to five years relevant experience working within a large Bank/Financial institution in related Customer Due Diligence/KYC aligned activities
§ Able to work in a matrixed organization with multiple stakeholders. Demonstrated capability to resolve conflicting requirements between stakeholders.
§ BS or BA.
§ Experience in drafting detailed business and functional regulatory related requirements.
§ Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills.
§ Experience using Microsoft Office Suite.
§ Ability to multitask in a busy and changing work environment.
§ Strong interest in becoming KYC/Customer Due Diligence subject matter expert.
§ Process-oriented, logical thinker able to document and analyze workflows.
§ Experience with Compliance or Risk related programs.
§ Knowledge of KYC and Due Diligence compliance framework.
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.