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Corporate Finance - Chief Administration Office - Business Management - Associate

Req #: 180022831
Location: Jersey City, NJ, US
Job Category: Accounting/Finance/Audit/Risk
Potential Referral Amount: 5000 US Dollar (USD)

The Chief Administrative Office (CAO) includes multiple functions that support all of JPMorgan Chase including Real Estate, Global Security & Investigations (GS&I), Global Business and Document Services (GBDS), Global Services (GS) and Strategic Initiatives (SI).  The Business Management & Reporting role will focus on creating ongoing metrics and reporting to track results, partnering with the cross-functional departments to meet defined goals and objectives, and communicating with key stakeholders and executive management.

 Key Responsibilities
  • Production and coordination of CAO metrics at both the executive management and departmental level
  • Produce comprehensive and perceptive ad hoc reporting under tight deadlines with competing deliverables
  • Proactively review data quality of metrics and coordinate with departments to maintain accuracy
  • Proactively develop and maintain various datasets and metric methodologies for the timely production and support of reporting initiatives
  • Produce deliverables related to location strategy, organization effectiveness and off-shoring initiatives
  • Ability to organize data scenarios and analyze results in a fast-paced environment
  • Partner with CAO Leadership Team to determine key data/metrics 
  • Independently generate forward looking metrics that can help identify business opportunities and risks
  • Identify best practices while standardizing business management reporting processes

  • Bachelor’s degree in related technical/business area or related work experience
  • 3+ years Business Management/Reporting experience
  • Advanced proficiency with Excel (Vlookup, Pivots) and PowerPoint (PitchPro)
  • Understanding of relational databases and how to organize/analyze data strongly preferred
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills required, including the ability to synthesize “the story” for executive level audiences and adjust messaging and style based on different recipients and agendas
  • Strong analytical and problem management skills
  • A self-starter with demonstrated ability to work in a dynamic, fast paced and demanding environment
  • Proven ability to manage deliverables and participation for multiple projects
  • Team player and adaptable to changing environment, with good interpersonal skills
  • Fast learner - able to grasp concepts from on-the-job training

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