12/28/12

I have already submitted my two applications that I am allowed but I would like to withdraw them so I can apply for a new opening that I saw pop up. Is there a way to do this? I applied online and couldn't find anything. I appreciate any help.

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12/28/12

alexg89:
I have already submitted my two applications that I am allowed but I would like to withdraw them so I can apply for a new opening that I saw pop up. Is there a way to do this? I applied online and couldn't find anything. I appreciate any help.

No - do not withdraw your application, because that particular withdrawal will still count as the two applications that you're allowed to submit. Also do not create multiple accounts...people actually got busted for that.

Financial Modeling

12/28/12

Thanks for the reply. I made a mistake on one of the applications on my cover letter about the location and wanted to just withdraw the application. I don't think I'll get the job with an egregious mistake like that so I'd like to at least withdraw that one and it wasn't at a desirable location for me as well. So how would I do this without any HR information?

12/28/12

Submitting multiple applications for the same firm is a mistake.

12/28/12

You can withdraw the application via the online application. There should be a tab on the left bar saying "applications applied/submitted." Click on the position and it should bring you to a screen, where you can withdraw from the position.

HR will not even look at your application until January 15th, so they will never know if you withdrew.

12/28/12

There is a tab on the left bar saying "Applications Entered" I clicked on this and it brought me to a page with my applications and under status it says "Application received" and under "Action" it says"Click here to continue or review" I clicked on that it it brought me to a page that said this:

Your application is currently being reviewed.

A member of the recruiting team will contact you once a decision has been made regarding your application.

Please regularly log back into this communication centre for status updates to your application.

Kind regards,

The J.P. Morgan Recruiting Team

I didn't see a withdraw application button or section. Am I missing something?

12/28/12

try to network in for the posting you saw. Use LinkedIn. Don't depend on the formal online system. If you're really a good fit for the posted role, make a strong case for that.

12/28/12

Well it is an entry level analyst position and my strongest selling point is my academic credentials. An engineering degree (with core business classes) with a 3.7+ gpa. To be honest I really don't know anyone at JP Morgan to network with through linked in. Since the deadline is Jan 15. I was really hoping to find out a way to withdraw my application, fix the cover letter error, and resubmit it. If i can't I guess I'll have to hope they don't read it or they skim through it and don't notice.

12/29/12

I just logged into my application and there is a "Withdraw Application" button right on top of the line "Your application is currently being reviewed." Not sure why it doesn't work for you. Try to network with people at the firm...doesn't necessarily have to be an alumni etc.

12/29/12

Aero, thanks for getting back and even checking your own application. I appreciate that. I uploaded a pic on the original post (you have to click it to see a readable size). I checked to see if it was a browser issue by trying chrome, safari, and firefox which it wasn't. I tried with 2 different computers as well. I think the issue may be that my application is through the current student/graduates menu and yours may be the experienced one. I wonder if that's the case?

12/30/12

Nope I'm a current student. PM me the division or group you applied to... Maybe I have the group's HR contact.

12/30/12

just email HR

12/30/12

Like the guy said above, send HR an email.

12/30/12

Did you do it through OCR? There's got to be a recruiter or someone assigned to your school right? If it's just the resume drop on their website, maybe you could contact the tech support number/email address...

12/30/12

If you just email HR and explain the error they will be more than happy to update the cover letter, I'm sure

12/30/12

Summer or FT?

12/30/12

summer

12/30/12
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