Chase, the U.S. consumer and commercial banking business of JPMorgan Chase & Co.
(NYSE: JPM), provides financial solutions to help individuals, businesses, municipalities and
not-for-profits meet their everyday needs. We empower our customers to achieve their
financial goals. We invest in our communities and fuel economic development. We lead
banking innovation by delivering award-winning apps and services that make our
customers’ lives easier.
And we couldn’t do any of it without dedicated employees who use their talents and energy to make a difference for our customers. If this sounds like a place where you’d like to build a lasting career, search for your next role now.
Chase offers careers that are as diverse as the people who fill them. With 16 job areas ranging from Audit and Credit to Project Management and Technology, there’s unlimited opportunity for you. Which one is right for you?
See what it’s like to work in Customer Service and Collections at Chase:
If you join Chase through one of our student programs, you’ll become part of one of the most prestigious financial companies in the world. With our strong reputation and business expertise behind you, you’ll be empowered with the scale and reach to have a truly positive impact on the lives of our customers and communities everywhere.
As a summer intern or a full-time colleague, you’ll collaborate with some of the most talented, driven, and visionary professionals in financial services, and embark on a journey filled with opportunities to take your career in many directions. No matter which program you join, you’ll be laying the foundation for a successful career. Find an internship or student program.
Meet some of the Analysts in the Chase Leadership Development Program:
Working at Chase means making a real difference for your customers, your community and yourself. How? By putting others first, doing what’s right and creating solutions that make lives better. Build your career on our strong foundation and help shape your future and ours.
Diversity is one of our core values and essential to how we work, how we interact with each other and how we deliver products and services to support our customers. In other words, diversity and inclusion are a natural part of how we run our business.
Watch the video to learn more about diversity at Chase:
As you consider applying to Chase, check out what we have to offer employees:
- Benefits: We offer a wide range of benefits designed to support your skills and career development, and provide you with the tools and resources for a healthy personal life. Check out our benefits.
- Veteran Resources: Join a company that supports your commitment to our country. At Chase, you'll have the resources and training you need to build a fulfilling career. Find out how.
Once you’re ready to start your career with Chase, check out these resources to help you navigate the hiring process:
- Our Application Process: Your new career at Chase could begin with a simple application. When you’re ready to apply, this guide gives you helpful information about what to expect. Get details.
- Interview Preparation: Without the right preparation, interviewing can be a nerve-wracking process. Get helpful tips, Chase news and sample questions to help you prepare for your interview. Design your interview strategy.
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at ChasePros
Management was very supportive with scheduling issues. The branch I worked for, was very relaxed but professional at the same time.Cons
As with any employer, getting an equal balance between work and personal life was a bit difficult at time. Even though management worked with you, sometimes it seemed like you were expected to drop your personal life for the branch.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Interview Details
The process can be quite lengthy. Several rounds of interviews. You must be prepared with real life experience and don't try to just BS your way through it. The people conducting the interview are usually peoe who use to work in that position and can tell when someone is making something up.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsGot lucky they accepted all of my terms of employmentAccepted OfferNegative Experience
- What methods do you use when handling a dificult employee, someone who has a negative attitude and can be a distraction to your group? View Answer
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