The VETS cohort 4.0 is a 14-week paid Internship program, which provides a platform to pursue your post-military career with a company that aligns with your values – determination, dedication and service. You’ll have opportunities to put your skills to work and immediately make a difference in one of our many areas of operations. We’ll help you build your product and industry knowledge, make connections across the firm and gain real-world experience that will help you take your career in any direction.
What You’ll do
You’ll work with your manager and mentor to outline clear goals, accomplish projects and acquire new skills that you can showcase as you look for a full-time role. You’ll network with leaders across the organization and determine where your skills will be best applied. We’re looking for those who can help us maintain our commitment to diversity, innovation and service.
Who We’re looking for
We’re looking for our next group of leaders who are focused on results, work well under pressure and can adapt to new environments. We’re looking for those with excellent problem-solving and communication skills, who collaborate and work well with a team. You should be comfortable talking to anyone in the organization and flexible enough to take on new assignments and learn new terminology.
What we offer
The breadth of opportunities and amount of support make our post-military program unique. We hire veterans of all backgrounds, ranks and experiences for roles across the firm, including finance, operations, technology, analytics, project/scrum manager, information security management, and business management.
We’ll assign you a buddy who’s been through the program to help you navigate the firm and transition to our company as well as a mentor to help guide your career and make the most of the opportunities available. You’ll work one-on-one with your manager and your mentor to create clear goals and you’ll follow up to make sure you’re achieving them.
We provide formal training opportunities, on-the-job skills development and sessions on softer skills to make sure you’re prepared to take on the next role at the firm. Participants have access to a wide range of online learning tools as well as in-person sessions led by senior leaders and industry experts to improve technical, financial and other skills.
Financial Planning & Analysis supports P&A Associate role provides a unique opportunity to interact with multiple CFOs of lines of business. It is an opportunity to learn about the Finance organization in a fast-paced environment. The individual will join the Forecasting Team and be responsible for managing the expense and headcount forecast file including Plan inputs from BMs. Driving budget rounds. Additional responsibilities include managing Indirect Expense allocation, Hierarchy for business units process for Support groups.
General Ledger Architecture Projects is aligned to the Financial Accounting, Infrastructure & Reporting which is also responsible for improving the quality, integrity and reliability of the firm’s critical data. The team manages GL architecture projects impacting Finance target platform and represent the firmwide financial controllers space. This position requires a candidate to perform business analysis and provide project support on numerous initiatives with finance target platform (projects impacting the general ledger for the firm).
Controllers position is primarily responsible for month end close activities, regulatory reporting related to any of the products like Home Lending, Auto Lending, Cards and CBB. The position is an individual contributor and will be responsible for the relationship with line of business partners to understand and document requirements for external information. You will interact with the line of business requester, the applicable operational representatives and various project team members (Data Stewards, MIS and IT) in order to create and analyze external reports within line of business. Additionally, the individual will be required to understand the business related elements in order to effectively evaluate and analyze the data included in the reports in relation to the business results and other externally reported information.
Financial Reporting: The JP Morgan Financial Reporting Team delivers a range of services to institutional asset managers for their varied product offerings like Mutual funds, Hedge Funds and superannuation funds. This Financial Reporting team takes direct responsibility for the production and delivery of Financial Statements of Accounts and related accounting/portfolio information. This role involves participation in the production of both statutory and regulatory reports.
The incumbent shall be responsible for managing the workflow through the life cycle of Corporate Action & Income products. Operational management and control of the daily workflow within the Asset Services team. Ensure all daily controls and processing are completed and signed off including client service enquiry resolution, cash and stock break & event management as well as all key metrics are produced as required
Client onboarding & Documentation:
The Tax Manager will be responsible the execution of the key business objectives, processes and managing business risks for key client/partner relationships across the Corporate & Investment Bank.
The KYC analyst will partner with the client-facing teams to ensure all client KYC records are compliant with regulatory standards in a timely fashion. In addition, The KYC analyst might validate all documentation provided in the end to end operational KYC activities of new clients and subsequent periodic renewal process of all clients ensuring a high quality product.
The KYC analyst will review the collection and verification of data performed by the KYC Analyst to ensure all KYC records are accurate and complete prior to a final review by the client-facing team. The KYC Reviewer is expected to stay current with all regulatory changes and requirements around client KYC, Suitability and Documentation.
The Trade Finance Processing team focuses on developing & delivering business solutions related to the trade finance products offered by banks, including transactions such as import & export bills, foreign bill collection, banker”s acceptances/reimbursements, letters of credit and open account trading. The team also provides transactional-based expertise to the business to ensure accurate and timely conduct in accordance with ICC guidelines, bank procedures & trade finance policy manual. The role requires a good understanding of risk management, transaction processing, retail banking, wholesale banking, trade settlements and trade processing
Credit Risk: The purpose of the job is to support the JPMorgan Private Banking credit business. The position will be responsible for the managing the administration and the maintenance of Private Banking credit facilities and exposures in line with Corporate Credit policy. The functions performed by this team are critical to protecting the bank from potential credit losses. Individuals may work directly with Capital Advisors, Lenders, Bankers, Analysts, Credit Officers, Mortgage Advisors, and other internal/external partners throughout the credit life cycle
Wealth Management is currently seeking a qualified candidate to fill an open Analyst role within the Private Bank Tax Control team. The Analyst will be responsible for performing data reconciliations to ensure compliance with the new Department of Labor Fiduciary rules for retirement accounts and researching exceptions. The analyst will partner with the Central DOL team, the Retirement Funding team, Legal, Compliance, Client Service, Advisors, and various other teams to review exceptions and escalate issues.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., one of the oldest financial institutions, offers innovative financial solutions to millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world’s most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under the J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Our history spans over 200 years and today we are a leader in investment banking, consumer and small business banking, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management.
We recognize that our people are our strength and the diverse talents they bring to our global workforce are directly linked to our success. We are an equal opportunity employer and place a high value on diversity and inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute, including race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, pregnancy or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable law. In accordance with applicable law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants’ and employees’ religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs.