DATA CENTER CHIEF ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – June 15, 2015
A typical day consist of generating service orders, managing contractors, and overseeing the daily operation of the datacenter. I work with a diverse group of ethnicity's', which I've found to be a great experience in my job and in life. The most difficult part of my job is to not get too comfortable with my day to day activities.
High volume call center assisting customers with mortgage assistance
Loss Mitigation Customer Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 19, 2016
High volume call center assisting customers with mortgage assistance and modifications. Document collection and communicating decisions to customers. Active and Discharged Bankruptcy (Ch. 7,11, and 13) Imminent Default Loans All Investors
Great compensation/benefits but not so great job culture and work-life balance.
Accountant (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 19, 2016
If you're interested in working for the top bank in arguably the most competitive/dynamic industry, perhaps this is the best company for you. However, please be aware as a minority the environment was not culturally friendly or dynamic.
Banking industry; networking ability, if someone takes interest in you the possibility to move to so many depts within the company
Lack of work-life balance, management is not friendly or people-oriented, no strong mentoring or succession plan
ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 19, 2016
Typical day at work can be hectic, but I am used to it after 31 yrs of experience. I have learned a lot, from being a Teller , Senior Financial Representative, and then progressing to be an Assistant Branch Manager.I enjoyed my working with my co-workers because we were liked family based. The hardest part of the job is many hours away from my children . My most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with the Customers on a daily basis and making sure that all their needs are met and being satisfied.
Teller (Former Employee) – Westland, MI – January 19, 2016
I have learned a great deal from working for JP Morgan Chase, as a multibillion dollar company, with great power, the products that they offer for their clients are very convenient and very technology friendly.
Merchant On-Boarding Support Team Supervisor (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 19, 2016
Proven experience in training, reporting, auditing and process improvement. Recognized for exhibiting integrity, interpersonal communication skills, self-motivated and energetic, and consistently achieving high levels of productivity in a dynamic work environment.
My boss was a good manager very intelligent and knowledgable of the job, he just didn't posses people skills and he showed favortisim
Operations Specialist (Former Employee) – Monroe, LA – January 19, 2016
I would recommend JPMorgan Chase to young college graduates who have a determination to rise to success. Where I worked there were individuals who did not posses the skills to manage but were placed in managerial positions and employees who possessed managerial qualities and were not allowed an opportunity to showcase their talents. JPMorgan Chase have many diverse organizations for individuals to join and they celebrate diversity in major ways. I learned a lot from this organization and have taken and applied those lessons to my living.
diversity in the workplace, celebrate employees and benefits
Unprofessionalism at times, Overworked and underpaid Management, Uneducated Managerial Staff
I found my experience at JPM Chase most rewarding since it was my intro to banking and collections
CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 18, 2016
I learned the importance of asking questions and listening to my customer in order to learn the source of their concern or delinquency with their credit card account. By gathering this information, I could then offer solutions that they would perceive as value to them. Since I was charged with credit card collections, I found that taking a collaborative approach with the cardholder was the most productive way to bring past due accounts to current status. Let me add that by taking the initiative to study books on sales, negotiations and persuasion, and adopting the information gleaned to my personal style, I became more effective with the customer and my scorecard improved.
Even though collections was challenging, I was working in an area where my work mattered to all stakeholders
I found outbound collection calls on Sundays a little depressing after a while
IT Business Analyst contractor (Current Employee) – Lewisville, TX – January 17, 2016
Like every other company working with JPMC teaches you a lot many things about the company and your integration with it. A prestigious company such as JMPC brings a lot of detail orientation and perfection in your attitude which can help you in personal development aswell.
This is an amazing company to work for. They offer so much to their employees. There is so much growth in this company and they train you as well. It was a great opportunity for me when I was hired by the company.
Mortgage Foreclosure Banking Specialist II (Current Employee) – Gahanna, OH – January 15, 2016
JPMorgan Chase encourages and includes diversity which makes the company a pleasant environment to work. The bank strives the employees to hone in their skills, and make aware of their opportunities for improvement.