JPMorgan Chase CIB - Transformation Process Designer in Chicago, Illinois
This division supports wholesale (corporate) clients and both public sector state and federal government clients. The main objective of Receivables Operations is to accept and process paper-based payments, including capturing information relevant to the client so they can accurately and efficiently record the payment.
RO is embarking on a multi-year strategic initiative to replace the system that drives our operating model. This initiative requires an innovative leader that can work closely with both Operations and Technology to deliver against the vision. It is our aim to deliver an employee experience that is better than our current model. The ideal candidate will have an innovative mindset, willing to challenge ideas, designs, direction, and approach
The designer role will drive the new system design in partnership with the Operations subject matter experts and end users. Candidate will be responsible for drafting proposed system designs and vetting with the necessary stakeholders. Necessary skills include hands-on experience using techniques to elicit user stories, facilitate, and gain consensus. Lean/Systems thinking and servant leadership experience is a plus. Designs should use phased implementation, ensuring that the essential features are delivered first and nice to have improvements are layered on thereafter.
The designer will also interlock with Technology once the design is ready for coding/implementation. Doing design reviews, drafting user stories, and approving the increments are all part of the job.
Working knowledge of Wholesale Lockbox processing, end to end preferred
Ability to document complex processes using workflow diagrams (Visio preferred)
Ability to create a proposal for a process and review with Operations and Technology
Ability to produce iterative system/process designs, starting with the minimal viable product and layering on features that work toward the target state
Experience with facilitating brainstorming sessions and effectively driving a group to consensus to determine a win-win situation for all
JIRA software knowledge, specifically required for writing user stories and managing Epics
Demonstrates the following behaviors:
High attention to detail
Nice to have skills:
A basic understanding of technical concepts such as: JSON files, databases, and APIs
Knowledge of Agile tools: Balsamiq or similar wireframe technologies, Confluence, Swagger
An understanding of Agile software development (ie. Scrum, Lean, and/or Kanban)
Practical experience with writing user stories that have clear business value and acceptance criteria
Work experience in other roles such as: Business Analyst, Tester, Production Support, Subject Matter ExpertJPMorgan 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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