JPMorgan Chase Consumer and Community Banking Finance - Auto Finance Planning and Analysis - Associate in Wilmington, Delaware

The Planning and Analysis (P&A) Analyst is a member of the Chase Auto Finance Planning and Analysis team. The Auto Finance P&A team serves as a strategic analytical resource to help senior executives understand, manage, forecast and plan the financial profitability of the business. The group is responsible for managing the monthly and quarterly forecast, earnings press release process, and annual budget/mid-year forecast reporting. The group also manages and/or leads financial/strategic projects and key analysis to provide insight and decision support to the Auto Finance and CCB leadership team, including analysis used in Investor Day, Analyst presentations and Senior Leader Conferences.

The Planning and Analysis Associate will :

  • Support Auto Finance in annual/monthly financial planning, forecasting, analysis and reporting

  • Analyze financial results and provide variance analysis to help the Auto Finance CFO prepare for monthly management meetings and monthly corporate business reviews

  • Provide analytic support for earnings release (Talking Points, Analyst Presentation slides, additional back-up materials, etc.)

  • Support the preparation of internal and external presentations and supporting materials for the Auto Finance CEO

  • Update and validate BAU financial tracking reports

  • Accumulate, review and present risks/opportunities to Auto Finance CFO

  • Develop and enhance month-end analytics to provide efficiency and transparency to Senior Management

  • Proactively analyze trends, research issues and respond to inquiries.

  • Prepare financial section of LOB scorecard

  • Ensure data integrity and accuracy in all reporting and forecasting.

  • Work closely with other LOB P&A teams and the CCB P&A team

  • Bachelors degree in Accounting/Finance/Economics or other related majors

  • 3+ years in Finance/Accounting, management consulting or other financial/analytic roles

  • Strong quantitative, critical thinking and analytic skills excellent quantitative and analytical problem solving skills, confidence with finance and accounting concepts, has the ability to comprehend and clearly communicate complex concepts in a fast- paced, dynamic environment

  • Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong judgment, professional maturity, personal integrity, strong work ethic, proactive and results-oriented, fact based, has the courage to ask the tough questions and challenge the status quo and manage multiple tasks simultaneously

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint/PitchPro, Essbase and SQL (preferred)

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