Commercial Real Estate, Product Executive Director Vacancy In Jpmorgan Chase Bank, N.a.

Executive Director, Commercial Real Estate Digital: Corporate Responsibility

JPMorgan Chase strives to be a catalyst for meaningful, positive and sustainable change in communities across the globe. JPMorgan Chase annually invests more than $350 million to create pathways to opportunity so that individuals have access to the knowledge, skills, resources, and capital they need to secure their futures and compete in the global economy. Our programs seek to address key drivers of economic inequality experienced by vulnerable populations around the globe through four investments and activity focused in four Impact Pillars: Neighborhood Development, Jobs and Skills, Financial Health, and Small Business. In the U.S., we focus on advancing racial equity in the communities where we work. Please visit JPMorgan Chase & Co. Corporate Responsibility for more information.

The Commercial Real Estate Group (Commercial Bank) provides mortgages and treasury services to owners and investors of rental real estate and is the national market leader in Multifamily lending. As the firm expands their mandate to serve these clients beyond traditional banking products (and ultimately serve the occupants of these client's assets), the CRE group endeavors to bring greater focus to the financial health of these groups with products, services, information, and support; primarily through digital channels. Working within the Commercial Bank, and closely with the Consumer Bank (CCB) and the Firmwide Corporate Responsibility (CR) Division, the role is responsible for the development and implementation of CRE Digital's CR agenda by crafting goals, policies and initiatives that align with and support the firm's business strategies, reflect our values and support the communities where we do business. CR has a long track record of leveraging insights from its philanthropy, community partners and research to advance inclusive growth through the firm's products, services, practices and clients.

JPMorgan Chase is seeking a Executive Director (ED) to lead a new function for CRE that seeks to build an inclusive economy and society for clients, customers, and communities through targeted partnerships with other lines of business and external 3rd parties. In collaboration with multiple CRE, Digital, and CR teams, the VP/ED will be responsible for developing and managing our ongoing engagement efforts across the firm through changes to the firm's practices, products, services and policies related to advancing affordable housing and improving financial health of tenants. The ED will report to the co-head of CRE Digital and Transformation.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Stand up and lead the new function in collaboration with CRE, Digital, and CR partners, including:
    • Defining success and establishing ways to measure impact
    • Designing effective mechanisms to improve the flow of information, clearly define roles and responsibilities, and escalate key risks across various teams
    • Identifying internal and 3rd party products and services to drive the mandate
    • Working with x-LOB business and product executives to implement solutions
    • Partnering with risk / control / legal and marketing partners to productize the solution(s)
    • Advocate for the mandate with internal stakeholders

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree required
  • 10+ years of experience working in fast-paced corporate environment
  • Background in financial services and/or consulting
  • Demonstrated fluency or a strong interest in the key drivers of an inclusive and resilient economy
  • Experience in affordable housing, home lending, financial health, and/or small business lending encouraged
  • Ability to negotiate deftly and build consensus across peers and business groups
  • Excellent judgment, organizational skills, and independent decision-making ability
  • Strong written and oral communications skills
  • Experience managing relationships with senior executive stakeholders
  • Ability to plan, manage and follow through on projects independently
  • Results-oriented, with exceptional attention to detail and strong analytical skills
  • Creative, flexible, and collaborative, with an ability to work in a team-oriented environment
  • Ability to travel
JPMorgan 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.

We recognize that our people are our strength and the diverse talents they bring to our global workforce are directly linked to our success. We are an equal opportunity employer and place a high value on diversity and inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute, including race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, pregnancy or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable law. In accordance with applicable law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants' and employees' religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veterans


Hiring Organization / Company: Jpmorgan Chase Bank, N.a.
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time

Job Location Information:
City: New York
State: Ny
Country: Us
Location: New York, Ny
Job Listing No# : 51850

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Tips on how to become successful in a career in real estate

Real estate has proven to be one of the most lucrative businesses to engage in today. This is because of the recent demand for properties by leasing, renting, and buying, which has seen prices drop and rise at the same time. Becoming successful in real estate is a dream come true once you have gone to school for it and worked hard. Real estate has several career opportunities for you, such as agents, advocates, brokers, property managers, and auctioneers. Success, however, will come with some challenges that you have to embrace and keep pushing. How you take these challenges will determine your success, and thus you ought to stay positive and keep pushing.

Success can be quite demanding due to lots of pressure from both your peers and yourself. However, it should be something you are excited about, especially how venturing into real estate is beautiful. You will have the opportunity to work with creative minds, clients who are enthusiastic about buying and selling property, and networking with those who are ahead of you. The article is here to guide you on how to do it and embrace each step to your success in real estate. How do you do it? Here are ten tips for a successful career in real estate:

1. Passion defines it all

Doing something you are in love with and passionate about will always result in dedication and commitment, which return determines your success. Do not jump into real estate if you are not excited about it because you will have no direction or zeal to keep going. Once you are passionate about real estate, you will never complain along the way of issues, but instead, you will have every reason to overcome because you are in love with what you are doing. Passion will give you a sense of drive because you not only have what it takes to succeed but also yearn for it.

2. Make the internet your first love

The internet has an excellent opportunity for you if you want to be successful in real estate. There is lots of information on it that you can use to learn about what others are doing and market yourself in the real estate industry, which is highly competitive. It would help if you did lots of research on what others are offering in the market in terms of price, trends, and structural creativity. Self-marketing to gain popularity is also crucial for you to be successful. Do it aggressively through the various online platforms you dispose of, such as creating social media pages, websites, and a blog to promote what you are doing.

3. Patience

Starting your career in real estate and expecting success in the first few months or years is not the best idea for you. You should be patient because if you do so, you may end up frustrated and quit while you are still young at it. Instead, embrace the process and acknowledge that the first few months or years for you will not be easy. You are venturing into real estate for the first time, and thus you have to learn the process. Each step in the process matters a lot in your success, and therefore you have to be ready to learn and gain experience. Most people fail because they want to become rich fast in real estate, not knowing the struggles others went through to get to the heights they now are at.

4. Network

It’s important to know that you cannot make it on your own. Even though you alone can determine your success, you need to work with others to succeed. Networking those in real estate and accompanying sectors will lead to trustworthy and mutually beneficial relationships. You will be working with like-minded people who will help you grow through their experience in real estate. Connect with those who are ahead and your peers also in real estate so that you can learn from them and even exchange ideas on how to get better. Networking will also see to it that you learn what you need to avoid, and thus you become one step ahead since you avoided falling into it. While your network, take only those who will see you through your success along instead of having a pool that may drag you behind.

5. Have a plan

How you begin will determine a lot. It would be best if you had a plan that will guide you through everything you do. A plan gives you a sense of direction because you have laid out your goals and objectives against the actions needed to succeed. Have a plan before you begin that will guide you through each step you will take, and thus you will not dilly dally along the way. Once you accomplish something, tick it against what your plan had stated and the purpose for those not yet achieved. When making your plan, be realistic because if not, you will end up in so much pressure, which is not suitable for you. Define what you want and make sure you can achieve it with healthy strain. Real estate for you should be smooth, and thus your plan needs to match what you are capable of.

6. Think like a business person

It would help if you had an independent and open mind in real estate to be successful. Venturing in it will require you to make strategic decisions due to the factors influencing real estate. You have to be ready for issues such as inflation, rise in demand, client preferences, and many more, which require you to think like a businessman. Your career in real estate in real estate will require you not to be rigid but to have an open mind about things. The decisions you make need to realize growth and not fall short of your success. Real estate is a lucrative business and thus needs a match for it. Your success in real estate in whatever career you are pursuing will require you to think like a businessman rather than an employee.

7. Gain new clients while you retain the ones you have

As soon as you start selling, you need not stay comfortable but stay hungry. This should be by looking for new potential clients aggressively by offering what they need. Clients will always be attracted to what you have installed for them so long as it gives them value for their money. It’s, therefore, your job to satisfy their expectations so that you can have new sales and leases and while doing so, do not forget about those you have. It will be so wrong of you to forget about those paid for your first sales and leases as you only think about new sales. Retaining your previous clients’ connections is essential because they become your brand ambassadors. They will always champion for you and help you through referrals to gain business from potential leads.

8. Get your papers right

Real estate requires lots of paperwork for a successful transaction. Therefore, you should ensure that you have all the documents needed to work in real estate as a career. These documents will include licenses, buyer’s agent agreements, closing disclosure, property deed, and home inspection reports, among many more. Professionalism is required of you for a successful buy or sell in real estate, and one way to guarantee your clients of this is by having your paperwork right. Clients choose you if you are good at what you do. These documents assure them that you are not a quack trying to fraud them off their cash, but you are legitimate and ethical in what you do.

9. Get ready for the competition

You need to know that real estate faces aggressive competition. It’s therefore useful if you expect it and know how to have an edge to it. You should be unique in what you do so that you stand out from the rest and have comparable points. Please do not copy what others are doing because they succeeded. It’s okay to look into what they are doing, but while doing so, look for what they are not offering that can add value to you as a person in real estate. Success in real estate will only be determined by how you face your competitors. Therefore, they should not scare you, but instead, be a basis for you to be better than them.

10. Establish a track record of your experience

Lastly, you need to make people have something they can talk about you. Your track record should be your selling to by the reputation that you have against your peers. Through the experience you have gained over the years, you should aim at getting better every day. Clients will want to see the previous works done on your portfolio or look at reviews on your website. Your track record should speak for itself and guarantee them that they can later attest to not regretting the decision made. Do not rush at selling or leasing what can ruin your reputation but instead mold it to applaud the excellent work you do.

Success in a real estate career is not a one-day affair. It requires you to be the best in what you do and always be ready for challenges. Strive at getting better and take each step as a lesson to your career.