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HR Business Partner, Cybersecurity Technology Controls

Req #: 180020497_1
Location: Jersey City, NJ, US
Job Category: Human Resources
Potential Referral Amount: 0 US Dollar (USD)
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management, and private equity.  

 Corporate Human Resources plays an integral role in designing, implementing, and managing global initiatives across the firm.  The functional areas within Corporate HR include global Recruiting, Training, Talent and Development, Career Management, Diversity, Compensation, Benefits, Employee Relations, Technology, Finance and HR Service Delivery (HRSD). Our Human Resource professionals within these areas are among the most talented and innovative in the industry. They take a proactive approach to identifying and proposing solutions to organizational challenges, often working side by side with business managers to attract, manage and retain high-potential talent. Through a focus on continuous improvement and long-term success, Corporate HR helps refine our corporate culture, define our firm wide vision and reinforce our reputation as a world-class employer.

Role Description
The individual will partner with various areas of the organization to execute on a variety of HR activities including talent and performance management, compensation and promotions, recruiting learning and development, employee relations and diversity initiatives.   The individual in this role will be a trusted advisor to various functions within Cybersecurity Technology Controls, through partnering with HR specialist functions to deliver the best solutions to our clients.  This role requires a strong focus on the firm’s culture and values, a risk and control mindset with the ability to apply sound and independent judgment to HR issues.  This is an exciting role supporting the Cybersecurity Technology Controls organization that offers the opportunity to contribute to the development and execution of the broader Technology people agenda.  The successful candidate will have a track record in working well under pressure in fast-paced environments with an excellent level of attention to detail in every aspect of their work.  
Responsibilities will include:

  • Drive execution of all people practices for his/her assigned client group(s) including talent management (succession planning, mobility, high potential & leadership development), performance development, organizational strategy and structure, compensation, diversity, and employee engagement and retention.
  • Contribute to the development & support execution of people strategy & goals for the broader organization
  • Manage and analyze people related data as well as various HR projects to support the overall Cybersecurity Technology Controls function
  • Partner with HR colleagues including Recruitment, Learning & Development and Compensation teams to develop and implement specific HR programs including: talent, succession planning, & performance development, employee mobility and career development, diversity initiatives, compensation, learning & development
  • Interact with and coach managers on employee relations, staffing, compensation, development, organizational and change management
  •  Act as an employee advocate to ensure that employees and managers are able to express concerns in a manner that is respectful of all individuals
  • Collaborate with global HR partners to ensure local execution of plans
• 6 years previous HR experience, or equivalent e.g. HR Business Partner, Recruitment, Learning & Development, Compensation etc.
•  Ability to provide HR advice and consultation to managers and employees on the broad range of HR disciplines, including employee relations
• Excellent communication skills: ability to synthesize information and present in written and verbal format
• Ability to work collaboratively and develop strong partnerships with clients and colleagues at all levels
•  Demonstrated ability to make sound decisions with a risk & control mindset and be creative in developing alternative solutions in a fast paced environment
• Ability to handle large amounts of confidential/sensitive information on a frequent basis
• Ability to manage multiple tasks, prioritize deliverables, good time management, key attention to detail, while remaining proactive and flexible in style
• Strong project management skills
• Excellent PC skills with hands-on experience in Excel, Word, Outlook, and knowledge of PowerPoint & SharePoint
• Bachelors Degree (or equiv) preferred
Occasional travel may be required.
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