As we look to further expand services and digital adoption, there is an increasing need for aggregated and organized information to support timely, strategic decision-making. The Commercial Loan Portal team requires a central application / dashboard where we can monitor key indicators to track real-time usage and support strategic decision making. There is currently a need to aggregate three Digital External Customer Portals (i.e., Chase Connect, JPM Access, JPM Online). The current monitoring process is cumbersome and does not meet the needs of client-facing digital application. The new application will provide data in real-time, in one location, where it can easily support trending analysis to help troubleshoot possible problem areas and help our overall DevOps effectiveness.
General Programming (2 – 3 students)
Specific Skills: General skills in programming. Strong interest in developing new skills. Must have completed EECS 281 or equivalent.
Likely Majors: CS, DATA, SI
UI/UX + General Programming (1 student)
Specific Skills: UI/UX design. Students must have good computer science skills and high motivation to develop; please be sure to identify these in your personal statement.
Likely Majors: SI (MS), CS (A&D minor), A&D (CS minor)
Business Process Analysis (1 student)
Specific Skills: Business process analysis and development. Customer needs identification. Students must have at a minimum introductory computer science skills and high motivation to develop; please be sure to identify these in your personal statement.
Likely Majors: IOE, BBA (with CS minor), CS (with BBA minor)
Data Science (1 student)
Specific Skills: Algorithm development and development of real time validation methodology. Must have completed EECS 281 or equivalent.
Likely Majors: Data Science, IOE, CS, Stats, Math
Vice President, Wholesale Loan TechnologyOver the course of nearly 35 years at the bank, Kevin has filled a number of technology roles across different areas of the firm. Kevin has been a developer, business analyst, project manager, program manager, scrum master, and service owner. In these roles, he has built applications for Corporate Finance, Special Purpose Entities, Investment Bank deal pipeline, Secondary Loan Trading and the Wholesale Loan business, an Online Profitability model, a Client Relationship Management system, and now Commercial Loan Portal. He has been a mentor for several internal and external programs such as the University of Michigan’s Multidisciplinary Design Program, and All Star code. Outside of the bank, he enjoys travelling with his wife — now that the children are out of college — playing golf, and woodworking.
Executive Director, Wholesale Loan TechnologyTodd is based in Chicago, Illinois and has been with the firm for over 21 years portraying many roles from application development to multi-year program management involving architecture required to support numerous lines of businesses and products. Mr. Ippen was responsible for the technical build and roll-out of the firm’s strategic loan platform to international countries in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. In addition, Mr. Ippen is responsible for the architectural design and build-out of a new global loan collateral tracking application. Outside of his day-to-day activities, Mr. Ippen is the JP Morgan Captain for University of Michigan recruiting and is a member of two Chicago Technology Operating Committee (CTOC) Work streams (Recruiting & Global Innovation. In his free time, Mr. Ippen enjoys spending time with his wife and two children travelling, boating, skiing, and attending various sporting activities.
Douglas Moore is a Product Manager at Ford Mobility. Doug has more than 25 years experience in software development and complex program delivery. His most recent focus has been developing new mobility products and services for Ford Motor Company. He has led an innovation team exploring an integrated portfolio of mobility solutions for city customers and previously led the development of Ford Mobility’s Dynamic Shuttle technology platform (GoRide). Prior to that, Doug leveraged his extensive experience in program management to lead an initiative in the Ford Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) on the adoption of agile delivery practices.Doug joined the Center for Entrepreneurship in 2020 as a TechLab instructor. He holds a BS degree in Electrical and Computer Science from the University of Buffalo and earned an MS in Computer and Information Science from U-M Dearborn. Doug has previously served as a Lecturer in Computer Science at U-M Dearborn.
Course Substitutions: Honors, ChE Elective, CS MDE/ Capstone, CE MDE, Data Science Capstone, EE MDE, IOE Senior Design
Internship/Summer Opportunity: Summer 2021 Internships (in Jersey City, NJ) are guaranteed and required for all students who match to this project team. Every student who accepts an offer to join this project team must also accept a summer internship from JP Morgan.
- All project students must participate in the JPMorgan summer internship program and will be based in Jersey City if public health permits (otherwise remotely).
- All students must:
– Pass a background and drug test
- MDP project offer letters will include required dates, compensation, and other conditions of the internship. Students will have 10 days to accept or reject their combined MDP/JPMC offer.
Citizenship Requirements: Due to JP Morgan’s employment requirements, this project is open to US Citizens/Permanent Residents only.
IP/NDA: Students will sign the JPMC IP/NDA agreement.