SPECIAL FREE EVENT
Culture & career opportunities for women at JPMorgan Chase & Co
Are you looking for a chance to get a foot in the door and potentially land a career in financial services or technology? Join us online on 25 April as JPMorgan Chase & Co host a free career seeker session and learn about the career opportunities available at this Times top 50 employer for women.
Tuesday, 25 April 2023
11:00 am to 12:00 pm GMT (UK)
What to expect from this session
Hear and learn from Helen Tabeshfar, Audrey Rufus, Elaine Muir and Nadia Fox as they give you front-row access and insight into the culture at JPMorgan Chase & Co. specifically the tools, resources and support available, all of which contribute to advancement of women in their region. They’d love you to join them!
- A presentation from Helen and Audrey
- Career and growth opportunities with Elaine and Nadia
- Q&A with the JPMorgan team
As of 2022, women represent nearly 50% of our global workforce and over 40% of our workforce in the EMEA region. Investing in the advancement of women is a focus of our firm that we believe is critical to our success.
About JPMorgan Chase & Co.
At JPMorgan Chase, we’re proud of our reputation as one of the world’s most admired companies and we know that it’s our people who make us successful. We strive to make a positive impact everyday with our customers in their communities and are focused on delivering world-class experiences to our candidates. We are a global leading financial services firm with a sophisticated local market presence across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), which stretches back nearly 200 years.
- 34 countries across the EMEA region in which we operate
- 49 cities in EMEA where we do business
- 28,000+ EMEA employees
We want to build a business that our customers and clients trust, and employees want to work for. To do this, we are placing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) at the heart of everything we do.
We work tirelessly to advance an inclusive workplace culture where our people feel supported to bring their whole, authentic selves to work every day, confident that they can thrive with equal opportunities for career advancement. DEI is what makes our firm strong, and we want to build a workforce that brings together people with unique skills, backgrounds and professional experiences. Achieving this is a shared responsibility, built on both personal and shared accountability, which is why we embed our DEI strategy throughout the firm’s businesses and employees at all levels.
Our commitment to DEI runs deep through our company culture, but it is also a crucial aspect of our business considerations and we are weaving it throughout our entire organisation, from our supply chain partners to the customers who rely on our services.
To support our communities, customers and employees, we are focusing on five key drivers of economic growth: Careers & Skills, Financial Health & Wealth Creation, Business Growth and Entrepreneurship and Community Development. Our impact pillars provide us with a targeted approach to create greater economic opportunity for more people.
In order to grow and thrive, this must include a commitment to gender equity and diversity.
Learn more about JPMorgan Chase and check out their available roles.
“Aiming to be the bank of choice for all, we are breaking down barriers to lead with diversity, equity and inclusion and drive inclusive economic growth all over the world.”
Global head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at JP Morgan Chase
Meet the speakers
Helen’s remit covers the DEI strategy across 34 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Working with the EMEA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council in the region comprised of key business heads, she has driven the implementation of several interventions specifically aimed at attracting, developing and retaining talent from minority backgrounds (particularly women and people with disabilities). She has been at JPMorgan Chase for 15 years working predominantly in the program management space on a variety of programs including regulatory, cyber and those with global reach. Before joining JPMorgan Chase, Helen worked for other financial/IT service delivery institutions. Helen is also a member of the Women in Finance Charter board, representing Global/Investment Banks.
Vice President, Advancing Black Pathways at JP Morgan Chase
Audrey has over 12 years of experience in the diversity, equity, inclusion and talent acquisition space. In her role she is responsible for accelerating the career growth and skill development of Black professionals at JPMorgan. She has worked at a number of financial institutions including Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Morgan Stanley. Audrey is passionate about social mobility and the advancement of inclusion and racial equity.
Meet the recruiters
- 7 years with JPMorgan
- 3 promotions from Analyst to VP within 6 years
- 2 maternity leaves with the company
- Won ‘Gender Aware Recruiter of the year’ at the 2018 Scotland Women in Technology Awards (SWIT) for her contribution to gender diverse hiring and initiatives within JPMorgan
- Currently leading the EMEA Recruitment Gender diversity workstream, driving diversity initiatives across the EMEA Recruitment function
- Joined JPMorgan 7 years ago
- Part of Access Ability EMEA leadership team; an internal business resource group running initiatives focused on physical and mental wellbeing
- Lead HR representative for EMEA OCFO Career & Mobility workstream
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