Corporate Analyst Development Program Manager

Corporate Analyst Development Program Manager

JP Morgan Chase & Co.
3-6 years
Not Specified

Job Description

Job Description :

The Corporate Analyst Development Program (CADP) is a two-year rotational program that provides a pipeline of well-rounded future leaders with core business skills for a variety of roles within JPMorgan Chase. Within this program, Analysts complete three, eight-month rotations aligned to core disciplines:Project Management,Process ImprovementandAnalytics. Full-time candidates are selected through the pipeline from the CADP summer internship program.
The program focuses on the mantra,Right Role-Right Manager- Great Experience, and offers extensive opportunities for Analyst, Manager, and Hub engagement throughout the two-year journey, including Analyst and Manager program roundtables, Analyst Committee initiatives, comprehensivetraining opportunities, and a final graduation eventto celebrate two years of hard work and upcoming post-program opportunities.
Over the course of the two-year program, Analysts are aligned and exposed to roles within the JPMC Lines of Business and Corporate Functions.Under the support of the Program Management (PM) team and through challenging assignments, comprehensive feedback/coaching, rigorous training, and performance management, our Analysts build generalist skills that prepare them for permanent placement in the firm.
CADP has a global footprint with nearly 500 analysts across NAMR, EMEA, APAC and India. The dedicated PM team is split regionally, supporting Analysts, Managers, and Stakeholders throughout the end-to-end process.
This PM role sits in the APAC PM team and is based inSingapore.
Job Function and Responsibilities
The CADP PM Team partners closely with key Stakeholders within Corporate Functions and LOBs, Campus Recruiting, Training, Compensation Team and HRBAs. PM responsibilities are critical to the success of the Program. The PM plays a variety of roles across the Program, including supporting Analysts & Summer Interns, developing, and maintaining key business relationships, and managing the overall Program strategy & execution. This role provides an excellent opportunity for end-to-end ownership, has high visibility with Executives across the firm, and provides the opportunity to work with a broad range of internal partners.
Typical responsibilities could range from strategic activities driving long-term program objectives (development strategy, post program strategy, performance management,compensation) through to the day-to-day execution of the program (placement, coaching, issue resolution).Although cyclical, the onboarding and graduation of classes year-over-year brings diversity, particularly the opportunity for ongoing design, delivery, and process improvement.
Analyst Engagement:
  • Manage core Analyst processes including role identification, rotation alignment, end-of-program mobility, performance management, compensation, and training & development
  • Hold timely, structured meetings with Analysts focused on Program experience, career planning and development, increasing performance/contribution, and issue resolution
  • Provide Analysts, Managers and HRBAs, and local management teams with ongoing program updates
  • Partner with Corporate Function (CF)/Lines of BusinessRotation Managers and HR Business Advisors to manage Analyst performance and address any performance issues

Corporate Function (CF) /Lines of Business (LOB) Partnerships:
  • Work with keyCorporate Function (CF) /Lines of Business (LOB)Executives, local leadership teams and Analyst Managers to identify roles/rotations and end-of-Program opportunities for Analysts ensure roles/rotations meet Program criteria, identify key roles for next rotation cycle
  • Proactively partner with CF/LOB Executives and Managers to educate them on the Program and build understanding of Program expectations
  • Work with key Stakeholders to refine and execute recruiting strategies, training and development strategies, CF/LOB engagement, performance management & compensation, and other key program decisions
  • Partner with key Managers and HRBAs to ensure the successful implementation of the Program in the CFs/LOBs and address any issues

Project and Program Management:
  • Manage Analyst role/rotation and Summer Intern placement processes
  • Partner with Training on strategy and execution of Program training & development strategy, assisting with execution where applicable
  • Manage Program performance management & compensation process
  • Manage end-of-Program placement/mobility process
  • Partner closely with Program Coordinator to successfully implement logistics of training, rotations/roles, placements, etc.
  • Participate in and lead key Program initiatives including developing new Program strategies, process design, process re-engineering, budgeting
  • Partner with other Program Managers across region & the global team to ensure consistent Program approaches where applicable
  • Partner closely with Campus Recruiting on key diversity, intern placements and initiatives

  • Bachelor's degreeor equivalent
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in Human Resources or Program Management
  • Experience within the Financial Services Industry would be an advantage
  • Acute attention to detail, follow-through, and results oriented
  • Able to successfully multi-task across tactical and strategic initiatives
  • High degree of initiative and autonomy but must be able to function successfully as part of a team, both in-person and virtual
  • Strong project and process management skills
  • Innovative and creative able to generate new ideas forward-thinker who can evolve the Program with the changing needs of the business thought-leader
  • Excellent verbal and written communications, presentation, and facilitation skills
  • We're a global company whose primary business language is English and so fluency in English is required
  • Certification from Singapore's Institute of Human Resource Professionals would be an advantage for this role
  • Regional travel may be required

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J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, providing strategic advice and products to the world's most prominent corporations, governments, wealthy individuals and institutional investors. Our first-class business in a first-class way approach to serving clients drives everything we do. We strive to build trusted, long-term partnerships to help our clients achieve their business objectives. We recognize that our people are our strength and the diverse talents they bring to our global workforce are directly linked to our success. We are an equal opportunity employer and place a high value on diversity and inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute, including race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, pregnancy or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable law. In accordance with applicable law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants' and employees' religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs. Medical authorities agree that being vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself, loved ones, colleagues and communities from COVID-19. To protect the health and safety of our employees, and for workforce planning purposes in line with the Ministry of Manpower's guidance, only vaccinated employees are able to enter our offices. In light of this, in order for the successful candidate to be able to enter the office, they must be either fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (as defined by the Singapore Ministry of Health at the time of commencing employment) or be certified by a medical practitioner as being medically ineligible to be fully vaccinated.

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