The Financial Accounting Infrastructure & Reporting (FAIR) team is responsible for the Global Finance organization Data Acquisition & Consumption (including Credit Risk & Treasury), Financial & Management Reporting, and General Ledger (GL) Target Platform Strategies. The team has established a consolidated framework that creates opportunities for broad-scale communication, streamlined governance, and increased oversight.
A key objective of the Business Architecture Team is to manage the delivery of large scale infrastructure programs and business process change management events to ensure accurate, complete and consistent data is readily available for both internal financial reporting and external regulatory reporting purposes, consumed by both LOB stakeholders and corporate groups.
One of the top priorities across Global Finance, Credit Risk and Liquidity is to evolve the organization to a more integrated data and reporting strategy – one that is globally consistent and usable for business, finance, risk and regulatory requirements.
As a member of the Business Architecture Reference Data Product Owner team you will work closely with Line of Business stakeholders, Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), operations, and technology teams across Finance, Credit Risk, & Treasury and the various Program Management teams. Primary responsibilities are to drive end-to-end project strategy and develop and deliver plans for successful delivery of firmwide and LOB reference data change events impacting Finance, Credit, and Liquidity reporting.
As part of the reference data project team you will have a variety of responsibilities, including but not limited to:
- Support the entirety of the reference data Book of Work, including both planned and ad hoc projects
- Lead the identification and documentation of reference data requirements across our Finance, Credit, and Liquidity consumers
- Execute testing activities (functional data and regression testing) for reference data change events. Ability to analyze results and communicate results and expectations with key stakeholders is critical.
- Support an end to end project and release cycle, inclusive of project or release scope, critical milestones, sourcing requirements, test strategy, execution and implementation checklists, and stakeholder/technology activities
- Present key project updates and risks with reference data consumers and stakeholders
- Build strong relationships with stakeholders in order to influence and facilitate multiple work streams
- Knowledge of reference data (party, instrument, finance, etc.) desired but not a requirement.
- Bachelor’s degree required
- 2-5 years of project management or business analysis experience, especially in requirements gathering and documentation, and end user data testing
- Experience in creating process/system flows, presentations, and project plans
- Previous experience in Financial Services a plus
- Experience with understanding and testing large quantities of data
- Experience with Agile project delivery and usage of the JIRA tool a plus
- SQL experience a plus
- Previous experience in Finance, Risk, or Operations functions a plus
- Overall strong desktop skills including Excel and PowerPoint
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills; sound judgment with a risk mindset
- Ability to quickly learn and assimilate business and technical knowledge
- Strong written and verbal communication skills, with ability to tailor messaging to various audiences
- Ability to lead and influence and build strong relationships with partner teams
- Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple streams of work concurrently
- Must be detail oriented, highly responsible, and able to work with tight deadlines
- Strong team-orientation and leadership skills
JPMorgan Chase & Co., one of the oldest financial institutions, offers innovative financial solutions to millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world’s most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under the J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Our history spans over 200 years and today we are a leader in investment banking, consumer and small business banking, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management.
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