Senior Underwriter, I (Former Employee) – Phoenix. AZ – November 26, 2013
When I resigned from JP Morgan Chase I was a Senior Underwriter. During my duration at Chase, I worked in a Branch as a Teller, I worked as a Personal Banker, I was licensed to sell investments, I was a loan officer, I was a team lead, I was a manager, I processed first mortgage and underwrote first mortgage. I learned many aspects of the banking industry working at Chase. I met many peers and friends that I still keep in touch with today. My days at Chase when I left consisted of underwriting 5-7 new files a day, typically HARP files and working a minimum of 10 re submissions per day. The most difficult part of the job as an underwriter at Chase was that you were not the one making the over all decision on each file. The system that Chase has in place decides who gets loans and who doesn't. I really enjoyed working and learning the actual way to underwrite a file at AFI. The underwriter takes responsibility for the decisions, and finds ways to help families fulfill their dreams of owning their own home. That is what I want to do again. I do not prefer to work in an assembly line fashion as I did at Chase. I enjoyed all my co workers and supervisors tremendously. I am a loyal person and I like to learn, and I am very quick at it.
Specialist Due Diligence (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 26, 2016
Account reviews of various clients accounts to determine any risk Typical work day hours 6am is the earliest and 6pm the latest Management can you Improvement; sometimes the guidance is not the best. Great Co-workers everyone helps one another
Information Technology Business Analyst (ITBA) (Former Employee) – Westerville, OH 43081 – August 26, 2016
Lots of red tape to cute though. lots of bureaucracy good leadership hard to hear someone on the bottom speak up Good direct managers less good the managers got the higher in the company one were to rise.
Business Telephone Banker Customer Service (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – August 25, 2016
I got a call one day while on the phone with a lady who came in immediately on fire! Money had been taken from her account from a vendor that she had already canceled with. I tried speaking, however, she cut me off, cursed me out, and told me to shut up. I listened very well to her problem and at the end I was more than happy to help her without getting angry. At the end of the call she thanked me, and apologized for everything. That made me feel wonderful. I was happy that I was able to help solve her problem.
A typical day for me was immedielty taking called, taking 3 breaks, and a lunch. The hardest part was when calls were flooding in when the system shut down for 2 days, I did learn to have thick skin however and just make sure to stay calm in every situation.
Teller (Current Employee) – Arizona – August 24, 2016
I love being at Chase everyday, i like the fun and exciting career it could be, i learned a lot and management is super with the best co-workers you can ever ask for, the hardest part for me is to see an unhappy customer it breaks my heart but for the most part making someone's day is what thrives me.
Credit Card Analyst (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – August 24, 2016
Created a portfolio of cardholders who generated over $75-million in annual revenues by accurately evaluating over 16-thousand credit card applications for approval each year. Maintained delinquency rate of less than 1%.
Senior Auto Specialist II (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 24, 2016
the place was a very fun and exciting place to work, friendly people, always having parties, always doing drawings for prizes, made really good money, bonus every 3 months, no complaints, we got laid off
Attorney Management and Legal (Former Employee) – Coppell, TX – August 24, 2016
Chase is a good company to work for. I work in the mortgage department where i help customer bring there accounts current and put them on programs, I had 80 to 100 accounts a day . An then i x-fer to the foreclose Department where i had 100-150 accounts a day review to see what can we do to stop the foreclose.
They always had fun things to do for the empolyees
Mailroom Clerk (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 23, 2016
When I worked for Chase it was a lot of fun. I worked in the mail room with fun people. The only drawback was the pay. we were allowed to listen to music while we work, and often dance while working. It was a lot of fun.