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CIB - Quality Analyst Bilingual: Japanese amp English Required

Company name
JPMorgan Chase & Co,

Tampa, FL, United States

Employment Type

Quality, Bilingual

Posted on
Jan 08,2019

Valid Through
Apr 23,2019

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CIB - Quality Analyst (Bilingual: Japanese & English Required)','180125709','!*!J.P. Morgan's Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) is a global leader across banking, markets and investor services. The world's most important corporations, governments and institutions entrust us with their business in more than 100 countries. With $18 trillion of assets under custody and $393 billion in deposits, the Corporate & Investment Bank provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk and extends liquidity in markets around the world.


The quality analyst will perform interaction or transaction monitoring (calls & emails) for employees across multiple regions and functions.  This requires reviewing voice and screen recordings and evaluating those interactions against the stated requirements or criteria.  Further, the analyst will provide verbal or written coaching along with observations around trends, policies / products or training gaps and escalate any issue that requires immediate intervention or resolution.

The quality analyst will also act as a second level verifier for all Transaction Support emails going out to external clients. This requires manning the email queue for required number of hours every day and ensuring that each email interaction meets the stated email standards/requirements prior to approval.

In this role you will be expected to be self-directed and results oriented with demonstrated knowledge of quality standards as they relate to customer support roles with a broader knowledge of treasury management concepts.  You will be expected to work closely with Supervisors and Managers in an effort to develop and document employee performance, process performance, and client experience. 

Additionally, you will analyze data and identify trends, root causes, and process improvement opportunities.  You will also participate in, and / or facilitate internal calibration / listening sessions and / or partnership meetings with the Quality Management staff and Production Managers / Team Leaders.  You will also participate in various activities to identify process improvement or client experience opportunities. ','!*!


Bilingual – fluent in English and Japanese required - Read, write and speak

Vocal and innovative advocate of client experience / employee experience

Exceptional oral and written communication skills

Strong computer skills including advanced knowledge of MSOffice

Proven problem solving skills

Effective time management skills

Above average analytical skills

Advanced organizational skills

Leadership skills that correlate to execution of actions and follow up

Facilitation skills

Basic Project Management skills

Issue/dispute resolution

Proven process Improvement skills and knowledge  

Preferred Skills & Experience   

Extensive business or product knowledge and / or two years of quality management experience.

Demonstrated statistical process control knowledge and skills

Technical expertise or experience with call recording technology.

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JPMorgan Chase & Co,
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