J.P. Morgan Jobs & Careers in Pleasanton, CA

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11 hrs ago

Specialized Recruiting Manager – new

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

· Manage a team of Specialized Recruiters who are responsible for the hiring in the region and ensuring that the new hire/candidate experience is… JPMorgan Chase


11 hrs ago

High Volume Recruiter – new

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

• Develop long and short-term, cost effective recruitment strategies working in partnership with Hiring Managers, Human Resource Business Partners… JPMorgan Chase


11 hrs ago

Managing Director/ Executive Director, Corporate Client Banking – new

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

The position is a corporate banking Relationship Management role in the Corporate Client Banking Western Region, General Industries Group, with a… JPMorgan Chase


7 days ago

CIB Investment Banking Mergers & Acquisitions - Associate

J.P. Morgan San Francisco, CA

will include but not be limited to the following: • Create, maintain and review complex financial models and valuation analyses, including DCF… J.P. Morgan


11 hrs ago

Digital Analytics Data Analyst – Demand Management – new

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

JP Morgan Chase is undertaking an aggressive digital transformation agenda, which builds on the success of the current mobile and online service… JPMorgan Chase


11 hrs ago

Specialty Recruiter – new

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

• Proactively and continually source, develop and maintain an effective pipeline and network of diverse talent. • Brand yourself in the talent… JPMorgan Chase


11 hrs ago

Project Manager – new

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

As a Chase employee, you’ll be part of a company that makes a real difference every day for our customers, our communities and ourselves. With a… JPMorgan Chase


4 days ago

Front Doors Product Leader

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

The Chase Digital Products organization team is hard at work building the future of banking. We are a motivated, cross-functional team comprised of… JPMorgan Chase


11 hrs ago

Application Developer - Digital Technology – new

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

The online and mobile channels for Chase currently support more than 32 million active customers; 9 million customers interact with us daily, making… JPMorgan Chase


11 hrs ago

JPMorgan Securities | Administrative Assistant | – new

JPMorgan Chase San Francisco, CA

Provide branch administrative and management support in all facets of daily business routine, while maintaining awareness of and sensitivity to… JPMorgan Chase


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    You get paid to cleanup people's crap, that is what I have been told by my direct manager and the one above.

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    Current Employee - Applications Developer  in  Pleasanton, CA
    Current Employee - Applications Developer in Pleasanton, CA

    I have been working at J.P. Morgan full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    If you're coming from a good IT company, you can easily negotiate a good salary because low IT quality people usually apply to work for that company.

    Cons

    - Managers tend to be intimidating if you speak up about your concerns
    - Most managers have no managerial skills
    - I have been assigned several times to projects that are completely outside my area of expertise
    - They do internal reviews to simply let managers use it against you
    - Old technologies
    - Very hostile environment
    - Very strict unpleasant environment
    - A very hierarchical organization

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Don't bring up the subject of being paid a high salary to cleanup people's crap
    - Don't be jealous of your subordinates just because they get paid more than you. You get the good position they get the good pay
    - Demotivating your subordinates will not give you a raise
    - Don't interrogate your subordinates to know how much retention bonus they are getting
    - If you don't like your pay find another company that thinks that your skills worth anything

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