Once you’ve found a job at Chase that you’re interested in, find a quiet place to start the online application process. Be sure you have a copy of your résumé, your cover letter and any other documentation you’d like to submit. Once you’re done with the application, you’ll receive a confirmation email.
You can also apply using your LinkedIn® profile. It may save you some time because your information will be automatically transferred into our system. Just click on the LinkedIn logo when you get to the application screen and follow the directions.
If you have an existing profile, you can login to your profile here.
If your skills are a match for the position, a Chase recruiter may contact you to talk about your work history, answer any questions you have and possibly set up an initial interview.
At any point during the application process you can check your status online. Just login to your profile here and click on "My Jobs", and the application status will be displayed next to each job you applied for.
You may have an initial call with a Chase Human Resources professional to determine if you meet the requirements of the position. Check out our Interview Preparation page for sample questions and other resources.
If you're selected for an in-person interview, it will most likely be at the job location. The interview may be one-on-one or with a group, and you might be asked to attend more than one in-person interview depending on the position. There will be ongoing communication throughout interviewing rounds to keep you informed.
The in-person interview will be more in-depth than the initial interview, so you should be prepared to give specific examples of your skills, your experience and how you'll add value to the team.
After you’ve completed the necessary in-person interviews, our hiring committee will assess all the candidates and make a decision. During this time, feel free to reach out to your point of contact with any follow-up questions.
In the event that you are pre-selected for a position, there are a number of pre-employment processes you'll need to successfully complete in order to start work. They include various background checks, fingerprint processing and drug screening, as well as several onboarding forms. For certain roles, there may be additional pre-employment screening criteria required. We'll keep you updated about all the steps you need to take throughout the pre-employment process.
Chase invites all interested and qualified candidates to apply for employment opportunities. If you are a U.S. applicant with a disability who is unable to use our online tools to search and apply for jobs, please contact us by calling (in the U.S.) 1-866-777-4690. Please indicate the specifics of the assistance needed.
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