at JPMorgan Chase in Wilmington, Delaware, United States
The F&BM Investment Governance Team is one of several teams within the Consumer and Community Banking (CCB) Technology Finance and Business Management (F&BM) Center of Excellence (COE) that provides end-to-end Investment Governance guidance and coordination for CCB Technology. The Technology Investment Governance CoE currently requires an Associate that will report to the overall CCB Investment Governance C O E Lead. This existing team has been formulated to centralize, automate, and standardize CCB Technology investments using proven, end-to-end, thoughtful and strategic methods, tools and practices. Specifically, this team has the responsibility to report data, create insights and craft communications to CCB Technology CFO and the various Heads of Technology and the CCB Line of Business Product organizations. The position serves as a contributor to support the COE’s role as an aggregation point for all Technology Investment needs at the holistic CCB Level. Job duties include:
+ Contribute to the development of process and technology supporting technology investment governance.
+ Support the COE’s remit to drive the end-to-end CCB Technology Product Budgeting Process while creating a community of knowledgeable and thoughtful Finance and Business Management investment governance teams
+ Support development of technology book of work financial metrics such as NPV, ROI, PTCF and investment horizons – complete analysis about the technology investment story to support executive presentations that support decisions around investment strategy, KPIs and OKRs
+ Contribute to semi-annual business case and Post-Implementation Reviews which drive accountability for the expense and benefits of the overall CCB and firm technology investment operating model
+ Support the larger team remit to
+ develop repeatable, dependable and predictable processes that the support the investment strategy & governance for Technology
+ track and report the benefits achieved by CCB technology investments
+ partner with the user group for investment governance to complete various BAU processes
+ answer user questions of the myIG ecosystem within CCB as those tools relate to investments
+ consolidate data from various source and prepare presentations for senior executives
+ Strong presentation, written and verbal communication skills which bring clarity and precision – must be able to explain complex concepts quickly and concisely
+ Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships across all levels and influence key stakeholders
+ Bachelor’s Degree Required / Master’s Preferred
+ 7-10 years of professional experience with an emphasis on business / data analysis, finance, workforce, and/or project management
+ Experience with Technology book-of-work in a product operating model, capacity management, & business cases
+ Financial Services industry experience highly preferred
+ Influencing skills and ability to concisely articulate key insights and recommendations
+ Client oriented with the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders
+ Strong mix of analytical, written and presentation skills
+ Process-oriented with strong organization, problem solving, time management, and analytical skills with a high attention to detail
+ Foundational knowledge of financial management including budgeting and forecasting
+ Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint with experience in Essbase and exposure to Tableau and Alteryx
+ Self-motivated, innovative thinker with the ability to derive, formulate, and develop new concepts, processes, and value-added activities
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We offer a competitive total rewards package including base salary determined based on the role, experience, skill set, and location. For those in eligible roles, discretionary incentive compensation which may be awarded in recognition of individual achievements and contributions. We also offer a range of benefits and programs to meet employee needs, based on eligibility. These benefits include comprehensive health care coverage, on-site health and wellness centers, a retirement savings plan, backup childcare, tuition reimbursement, mental health support, financial coaching and more. Additional details about total compensation and benefits will be provided during the hiring process.
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