Since our inception over 200 years ago, we've evolved to offer the whole spectrum of global banking and financial services, and in many cases, we've helped define them. It is the combination of character, product strength and intellectual capital that sets us apart as an industry leader. We invented the concept of relationship banking back in the nineteenth century, and we are still doing “first-class business in a first-class way.” Today, we work together across our businesses and around the globe to meet the complex financial needs of corporations, governments, private firms, financial institutions, non-profit organizations and individuals. J.P. Morgan employs more than 70,000 people globally, and the firm has assets of $2.2 trillion. We have offices in more than 50 countries and clients in more than 100 countries around the world — and as a testament to our global platform and leadership, lead the industry in most markets in which we operate. Founded in 1799 in the United States, J.P. Morgan is truly a global organization. Our roots in Europe date back to 1838, and we've been in Asia since 1872.
As part of the HR analyst programme, you’ll be involved in key decisions and see the impact of HR on the firm’s long-term strategic goals. The graduate programme provides a broad exposure to J.P. Morgan, gives you invaluable insight into how we nurture world-class talent and maximise your potential. Practical experience working on business-critical projects will develop these capabilities, as will rigorous skills training and professional development courses. The graduate programme is rotational, consisting of three, nine-month placements within a variety of teams in HR, which may include: Graduate Recruitment & Development Learning & Development Lateral Recruitment Solutions Team Compensation & Benefits Expatriate Team Employee Relations What to expect Our HR analysts spend the first two weeks on an "Introduction to J.P. Morgan" training programme. This tailored programme gives you a strong grounding in the core skills and knowledge required for your role. It will include an introduction to our businesses, the banking and the finance industry, as well as developing your business and management skills. You will be introduced to the wealth of opportunities that are available to you in the programme and you will join a group of graduates who will form the first part of your network at J.P. Morgan. Your induction training is followed by a number of different modules in your first and second year. These will help you to: Develop your knowledge of J.P. Morgan and Human Resources Explore and understand the attitudes, skills and behaviours that allow you to maximise your effectiveness, both within a team and individually Build an understanding of your own strengths and development needs Determine the skills and competencies you need to excel in your chosen career path Our flexible approach to formal training means that the modules may include classroom and computer-based training, experiential learning, business briefings or Webcasts and personal development and action-planning sessions. Most importantly, all modules will be engaging and tailored to your development needs as a new analyst at J.P. Morgan.