JPMorgan Chase 2019 ReEntry Program: Firmwide Audit in New York, New York

(NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with 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 http://www.jpmorganchase.com/ .

The ReEntry Program for Corporate Finance is a 14-week fellowship program, beginning March, 2019 and ending June, 2019, with the prospect of an offer for permanent employment with JP Morgan Chase at the end of the program. The program offers a reintroduction to corporate life for those returning to the workplace after two or more years voluntarily being away. The fellowship placements will be based on both business needs and candidate skill set and interest areas within our Corporate Finance Organization. Please refer to our ReEntry Overview at https://careers.jpmorgan.com/careers/programs/reentry-program page for further information regarding the program.

The JPMorgan Chase Audit Department is accountable to the Audit and Examining Committee of the Board of Directors, the Office of the Chairman, senior management and our global and local regulators. The global Audit Department has in excess of 1,000 Audit officers. The Audit Department is responsible for assessing the adequacy of the control environment across the firm’s line of business. This is achieved through a program of audit coverage which is performed and managed by a team of financial business and integrated technology specialists.

For the 2019 ReEntry Program, the Audit has open positions New York, Delaware or Columbus on the CCB and the Practices team.

  • The Consumer & Community Banking Audit Team covers a diverse range of businesses including Consumer Banking, Business Banking, Card Services, Merchant Services, Chase Wealth Management, Auto Finance, Home Lending and related corporate functions.

  • The Audit Practices Team is responsible for maintaining and enhancing practices, policies and tools used by the Audit Department globally. This team centrally manages the Audit Department's core business processes, partnering with senior members of the department to continually enhance these functions. The primary responsibilities of the team include audit practices and supporting tools, quality assurance, internal and external reporting, department technology infrastructure and automated auditing support, training and campus recruiting.

Responsibilities:

  • Establish strong relationships with management and related control groups such as Risk Management, Compliance, and Audit colleagues

  • Audit engagements including risk assessments, audit planning, audit testing, directing audit staff, control evaluation, audit report drafting, and follow-up and verification of issue closure

  • Accountable for meeting deliverables and adhering to department standards

  • Monitor key risk indicators, significant change activities and escalation of emerging business issues to management in a timely fashion.

  • Stay up-to-date with evolving industry changes and market events impacting functions

  • Develop recommendations to strengthen internal controls and improve operational efficiency

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance or related discipline (advanced degree or CPA certification strongly preferred).

  • 5+ years experience in either internal/external audit or relevant business experience.

  • Proven ability to evolve with changing needs of the business.

  • Innovative team players with analytical, problem solving, planning and organizational skills.

  • Strong interpersonal skills and be able to communicate their findings effectively while expressing complex and sensitive issues to senior leaders in an articulate manner.

  • Relate well to internal stakeholders and establish strong working relationships

  • Work well individually and in teams, shares information, supports colleagues and encourages participation

JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.