[bizjobs-u] JPMorgan Chase Info Session - MONDAY 10.13

Hendricks, Megan mhendric at coba.usf.edu
Wed Oct 8 16:25:30 EDT 2008


JPMorgan Chase is coming to USF.  They will be holding an Information
Session and On-Campus Interviews for their Full-Time Technology Analyst
Development Program and Summer Technology Analyst Development Program
(internship) positions. 

Information Session:

WHEN? Monday, Oct. 13, 5-6 pm

WHERE? BSN 230 (2nd floor, eastern most wing)


For more information about the company, visit: 

http://careers.jpmorganchase.com/careers
<http://careers.jpmorganchase.com/careers>  

 

Dress is business casual. 

 

On-Campus Interviews: 

WHEN? October 29 (deadline to sign up is Oct. 20)

WHERE? The Career Center, SVC 2088

 

Important Reminder: You must have an active account and uploaded your
resume in Career Connections
<http://www.career.usf.edu/students/career_connections.htm> , the Career
Center's on-line job listing database, to participate in the On-campus
Interview Program.   If you are already have a Career Connections
account, please log in to request and/or sign-up for an interview.

Position Descriptions

2009 Summer Technology Analyst Development Program

JPMorgan Chase & Co is seeking highly motivated individuals for
opportunities within our Technology Analyst Development Program. The
description below outlines the 10 week summer internship. 

The overall mission of JPMorgan Chase's technology team is to establish
technology as a competitive advantage for the firm by coupling
technological expertise with an understanding of our strategic vision.
Information technology supports the spectrum of staff functions that lie
at the heart of virtually every aspect of our business. The goal of the
Technology Analyst Development Program is to introduce and prepare
participants for the information technology organization at JPMorgan
Chase through a 10 week internship. They will be exposed to different
technology areas through varied training and presentations. Summer
Technology Analysts join IT teams throughout the firm, which are
responsible for designing, developing and supporting the applications or
projects that give our businesses their competitive edge. 

Summer Internship Details: 
The summer internship program is primarily for students entering their
senior year of college, with some opportunities for rising sophomores
and juniors. The Summer Internship is structured similarly to the
full-time Technology Analyst Development Program. The variety of roles
offered is vast and constantly evolving, with numerous opportunities to
gain technology experience across all business areas. This creates a
very exciting environment in which to launch a career. Here are some
examples of what you could be doing: 

* Business Systems Analyst - As a business systems analyst you will be
part of a team that will identify, assess, and record near-term business
needs, recommend business priorities, document business requirements,
and provide insight on options, risk and cost vs. benefit. You may
assist in project tracking, user acceptance testing, as well as creating
and/or providing training for users. 
* Application Development Analyst - As an application development
analyst, you may design, develop, code, test debug, and document
programming applications to satisfy requirements of one or more user
areas. You will translate business and technical requirements into
technical application specifications. 
* Application Service Delivery Analyst - As an application service
delivery analyst, you may perform day-to-day production support for
applications, diagnose problems, and resolve production issues. You will
install/remove, configure, and maintain operating system workstations
and servers, including web servers, database servers and application
servers, in support of business processing requirements. You may also be
required to monitor and tune systems to achieve optimum performance
levels and analyze system support processes. 

Locations: Tampa, FL 

Qualifications: 
* Demonstrate strong leadership aptitude, strong analytical and
interpersonal skills. 
* Communicate effectively at all levels, multi-task, and solve problems
creatively. 
* Technical skills required may include a working knowledge of C, C++,
JAVA, requirements gathering, infrastructure, or server administration. 
* Preferred majors include: Computer Science, Computer Engineering,
Information Systems and/or MIS 
* Strong academic record with a minimum GPA of 3.2 is preferred 
* Self-directed, results-oriented, and customer-focused. 
* Candidates must have the eligibility to work permanently in the U.S. 

http://careers.jpmorganchase.com/careers
<http://careers.jpmorganchase.com/careers> 

 

2009 Full-Time Technology Analyst Development Program

 

Joining Technology at JPMorgan Chase will place you at the heart of an
organization where fast-changing business priorities and market
conditions call for constant innovation and cutting edge technologies.
The variety of roles is vast and constantly evolving, with numerous
opportunities to gain technology experience across all the lines of
business. 

Our mission is to be the best technology organization of any financial
service company in the world; as a result JPMorgan Chase has unsurpassed
technology platforms across the global financial sector and that's why
we are looking to recruit the finest talent around. Because technology
is a decisive contributor to the success and growth of JPMorgan Chase,
our investment in systems and development has to be substantial and
continuous. This creates a very exciting environment in which to launch
a career in technology. 

Program Overview 
* A 12-month direct placement program, providing analysts a unique
opportunity to expand their knowledge and technical skills. After the
first year, you may choose move to other opportunities. 
* Analysts work closely with internal clients to design, develop, test,
and support applications and infrastructure critical to the firm's
businesses. 
* Throughout tenure in the Technology Analyst Development Program,
analysts have access to targeted training, career coaching and ongoing
learning. 
* Opportunities exist in Tampa, FL. 

Program Experience 
There are two distinct areas within Technology: Business Technology and
Infrastructure. Business Technology is about building and designing new
business functionality, while Infrastructure focuses on our core
operating systems, running the data centers, desktop, networks,
mainframe and distributed servers that enable applications to deliver
the firms services to external clients. 

Roles are numerous and varied; here are some examples of the
opportunities available: 
* Business Systems Analysts - You will work within a team that will
identify, assess, and record near-term business needs, recommend
business priorities, document business requirements, and provide insight
on options, risk and cost vs. benefit. You may be involved in project
management, documentation, design specifications, test analysis, user
training and even final implementation. 
* Application Development Analyst - You will design, develop, code, test
debug, and document programming applications to satisfy requirements of
one or more user areas. You will translate business and technical
requirements into technical application specifications. 
* Service Delivery Analyst - You will be responsible for troubleshooting
problems within the specific infrastructure platform or function you are
assigned to. You will perform day-to-day production support for
applications, diagnose problems, and resolve production issues. You will
install/remove, configure, and maintain operating system workstations
and servers, including web servers, database servers and application
servers, in support of business processing requirements. You may also be
required to monitor and tune systems to achieve optimum performance
levels and analyze system support processes. 

Qualifications 
We are seeking people who are genuinely excited by the interaction of
business and technology in a global environment, who have capacity to
learn fast, the flexibility to deal with diverse and changing
circumstances and the personal skills to add value to high-caliber
teams. In addition requirements include: 
* Technical skills including a working knowledge of C, C++, Visual
Basic, JAVA, SQL, networking, and infrastructure or server
administration. 
* Preferred majors include Computer Science, Computer Engineering,
Mathematics and MIS 
* A minimum GPA of 3.2 is preferred 
* Candidates must have the eligibility to work permanently in the U.S.
upon graduation 

www.jpmorganchase/careers

 

 

Megan Hendricks                                          Daneen Whatley

Director, Employer Relations                       Career Counselor

College of Business Administration             The Career Center

4202 E. Fowler, BSN 2202                             4202 E. Fowler,
SVC 2088 

Tampa, FL 33620-6930                                  Tampa, Florida
33620

Phone: 813- 974-3030                                    Phone: (813)
974-9715 

E-mail: mhendric at coba.usf.edu <mailto:mhendric at coba.usf.edu>
E-mail: dwhatley at admin.usf.edu

Web: http://coba.usf.edu/services/career
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Director, Employer Relations
College of Business 
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave., BSN 3403
Tampa, FL  33620

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