JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) is one of the oldest financial institutions in the United States. With a history dating back over 200 years, here's where we stand today:
- We are a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.3 trillion.
- We operate in more than 60 countries.
- We have more than 240,000 employees.
- We serve millions of consumers, small businessesand many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients.
- We are a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity.
- Our stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Description DepartmentalDescription: 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 500 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. The Corporate Sector Audit team provides audit coverage of key corporate functions including Legal Compliance, Finance, Human Resources, Corporate Services, Operational Control and Corporate System Infrastructure. Position Description: The Legal Compliance Technology Audit - Team Leader, based in New York, will report directly into the Global Corporate Sector Senior Technology Audit Manager who is responsible for global Corporate Sector technology audit coverage. The Audit Team Leader will be responsible for the ongoing risk assessment, control identification, audit plan management, resource scheduling, team development and continuous monitoring activities across Legal Compliance Technology (LCT). The Team Leader will also be directly responsible for the management and development of a team of auditors (2 to 3) located in New York. Responsibilities Manage audit engagements with specific focus on holding entire team accountable for meeting deliverables and adhering to departmental and professional standards. Establish strong relationships with senior LCT leaders, related controls groups and business Auditors. Act in an integrated manner and demonstrate a proactive and engaging approach. Work with LCT stakeholders in a consulting role to add value and address unresolved issues. Set aggressive standards for efficient management of LCT Audit resources, schedules and budgets. Provide direction to the LCT Audit team regarding scope and execution. Drive LCT audit plan creation and changes based on changing business risk profile. Conduct annual performance appraisals for the LCT Audit team, and provide ongoing feedback. Establish a business climate and culture that encourages integrity, respect, excellence and innovation. Proactive partnership / interaction with the Global Corporate Sector auditors and line of business audit teams. Serve as Audit representative on key Legal Compliance initiatives (e.g. Anti-Money Laundering) that arise, and participate in ad hoc projects as necessary. Up to approximately 15% travel required.