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Program Manager (Advancing Black Leaders)

JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Newark, DE 19711
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Program Manager (Advancing Black Leaders)

Req #: 190032315
Location: Newark, DE, US
Job Category: Human Resources
Potential Referral Amount: US Dollar (USD)


JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at www.jpmorganchase.com.


Corporate Sector encompasses many organizations including Global Security & Investigations, Global Supplier Services, Military & Veterans Affairs, Audit, Finance, Corporate Responsibility, Human Resources, Legal, Compliance, Compliance Operations, Strategy, Marketing & Communications, Risk, Global Real Estate, and Global Reference Data Operations.  We are seeking a seasoned recruiting professional to work with our Compliance organization.  This professional will focus on identifying top talent across lines of business, geographies, and diverse cultures.      



Advancing Black Leaders (ABL)

Advancing Black Leaders is a firm wide diversity strategy to attract, hire, retain and advance black talent at JPMorgan Chase. The strategy seeks to increase the representation of black talent at the officer level; expand the pipeline of junior talent; and retain existing talent through development opportunities for advancement into leadership roles.  In 2018, the ABL will continue to expand the strategy and apply best practices towards Hispanic and Asian communities and continue promoting leadership excellence at all levels.


The Advancing Black Leaders Associate will be responsible for executing operational tasks that are critical to supporting the group’s ability to work efficiently and strategically.  The successful candidate must have the ability to work with and protect highly sensitive data in a confidential manner.  The Associate is expected to be consultative and able to execute and push back on the team to challenge thinking and drive excellent results. 


Responsibilities will include but not be limited to:


·         Manage fiscal oversight for the group in partnership with the finance team and group head 

o    Actively monitor and report on the budget and expenditures 

o    Manage the invoicing and transaction process and ensure all bills and expenses are allocated in the budget and paid in a timely manner 

o    Ensure the team is ready for monthly/quarterly/annual reviews and deliverables, proactively raise any issues and items that need to be addressed, socialize items for feedback to be able to deliver a client ready product


·         Collaborate with the other members of the ABL team to manage the ABL calendar, events and external partnership engagement

o    Develop a standard way of operating the ABL calendar: ensuring all associated engagements and events are noted on the calendar, planned for and socialized as appropriate

o    Lead planning support for engagements and internal/external events ensuring a consistent operating procedure and takes into account all stakeholders, expense management, appropriate socialization and feedback


·         Track ROI

o    Partner with the team to understand how ABL engagement, directly and indirectly, impacts the firm

o    Ensure there is a standard process to evaluate, measure and communicate ROI in a way that ties back to our budgets with sound reason that helps us determine how we need to spend time and money on future endeavors


·         Presentation and Dashboards

o    Utilize intermediate to advanced Excel and Powerpoint skills; Business Objects Web Intelligence and Qlickview to be able to assist with report preparation to help to provide critical insights and analysis to be able to tell a story and build presentations and dashboards

o    Understand how different data sources are related in order to diagnose a problem and have an opinion on a better and more efficient way to share the data

o    Collaborate with internal stakeholders (HRBP’s, Recruiting Operations, Compensation and Analytics, and Technology).


·         Ad Hoc Projects 

o    Partner with the team as capacity allows to work on additional projects 



  • 3-5 years HR Analyst and/or Business/Reporting Analyst experience required

  • Bachelors degree required  

  • Proven analytical experience with the ability to develop, analyze, & report at various levels of expertise - from basic to executive reporting

  • Highly skilled in Excel (Pivot tables, graphs, VLOOKUP), Word, Power Point, & other Office applications

  • Previous experience with Qlikview or Business Objects Dashboard 4.1 desired

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Share Point a plus

  • Must be highly organized and possess the ability to prioritize multiple tasks, keep key partners informed and engaged as appropriate, and meet deadlines while maintaining utmost confidentiality in daily tasks

  • Excellent attention to detail, and strong organizational, written/verbal communication, and prioritization skills require

  • Proven ability to excel in a fast paced environment

Keyword: consumer%20banking


Posted: 2019-09-05 Expires: 2019-10-05

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