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A World Of Opportunities Operations, Management Services and Technology Programs
technology and operations organizations are vital strategic partners with the business, providing a competitive advantage that keeps JPMorgan Chase as one of the leading financial services firms in the world. Who/what is T&O? Focused on growth, innovation and product development Manages people, projects and processes Continuously changing the way JPMC does business on a global level Integral to the success of the firm Our Technology and Operations organizations are vital strategic partners with the business, providing a competitive advantage that keeps JPMorgan Chase as one of the leading financial services firms in the world. Who / what is T&O? Focused on growth, innovation and product development Manages people, projects and processes Continuously changing the way JPMC does business on a global level Integral to the success of the firm
Opportunities available within T&O: JPMorgan Chase T&O offers two programs for entry level talent: Operations and Management Services – includes 2 tracks with opportunities around managing people, projects and processes Operations Management – leadership program focused on rapid development of supervisory, management and leadership skills Management Services – develop targeted skills in process and project management by working with internal clients in technology and operations areas across the major lines of business Technology – focused around developing designing, developing and maintaining JPMorgan Chase’s technology environment – both application development and infrastructure.
Operations Management Program Overview Participants are prepared for a career as an operations manager Strong focus on management and leadership training to prepare for a role as a supervisor, business analyst or consultant Curriculum composed of: Rotational assignments through all operational units Project assignments Mentoring Training, classes and other developmental opportunities Program lasts 6-9 months, followed by job placement Candidate Qualifications: Individuals who are self-directed, results oriented and customer focused Posses a minimum 3.2 GPA Individuals with strong leadership aptitude and interpersonal skills Preferred majors include management, operations and business, however, all majors are considered
Why the program is valuable to you: Receive a deep and broad perspective of the organization Many sites across the country Five main sites where the program is offered: New York, NY Chicago, IL Columbus, OH Indianapolis, IN Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX Flexibility to travel during the program is critical Need relocation flexibility upon graduating from program
Management Services Program Overview 18-24 month rotational program with 6-9 month assignments primarily in: Operations, Technology and Corporate areas across most major lines of business Continuous focus on development and building analytical, leadership, communication and technical skills along with ongoing coaching Candidate Qualifications: Analytical and problem solving compatibilities Demonstrated interest in business support areas within financial services Strong communication, interpersonal, relationship and team skills Intermediate to advanced proficiency in desktop tools (i.e. Excel) Minimum overall GPA 3.2 Graduates of the program are eligible for placement in project-based and line roles
Why the program is valuable to you: Development Focus: Diversity of experiences develops knowledge base and skill sets Training throughout the program duration Program infrastructure provides for continuous coaching and development Responsibility and Exposure: Analysts have real responsibility and visibility from their first assignment Through rotations, analysts positively impact multiple lines of business Networking: Program activities create a dynamic network of peers and mentors Placement: Post-program opportunities in project-based and line roles
Technology Program Overview 12 month development program New York, NY / Columbus, OH / Chicago, IL / Houston, TX Supports lines of businesses throughout the firm such as the Investment Bank, Global Technology Infrastructure, and Asset Wealth Management Roles include Business Analysts, Application Developers, Infrastructure Analysts, and Desk Aligned Support Analysts Candidate Qualifications: Strong analytical, problem-solving and communication skills Demonstrate strong leadership aptitude and interpersonal skills Technical skills required may include a working knowledge of C, C++, Visual Basic, JAVA, UML, networking, infrastructure, or server administration Undergraduate degree is required at the time employment begins with minimum cumulative GPA requirement of 3.2/4.0
Why the program is valuable to you: Focus on giving analysts exposure to the systems development life cycle, as well as different projects and businesses Formalized development planning process, on-going career coaching, mentoring Comprehensive formal and informal training program Establishes immediate professional network
Important Dates: Important Dates 9/14/05 Information Session 6:00-7:00 p.m., Business Bldg. BU 306 9/15/05 SCOOP Presentation 11:15 a.m.-3:45 p.m. Marketing/Management Opportunities- Business Bldg. USCO1- P100 Waiting Room 10/11/2005 Pre-Night Reception 7:30-9:00 p.m., Business Bldg. BU 306 10/12/2005 On-Campus Interviews 8:00 a.m., Undergraduate Career Services Rm. P100
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