JPMorgan Chase is the largest banking institution in the United States, with assets estimated in the $2.57 trillion range. The company employs 260,000 people in more than 60 countries around the world and is one of the Big Four U.S. banks.
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Chase (the U.S. banking branch of JPMorgan Chase) has over 5,100 branches around the United States, making it a great place to look for a job. If you want to work at Chase, here’s what you need to do:
1. Visit the Chase Careers website
Careers at Chase is the website where you can find all the details on the various job opportunities available at Chase. That’s where you need to start your Chase job search. Check out the various job openings available or search for a specific job according to your skills and abilities.
2. Submit the application
To apply for the job, you will need:
- Your résumé/work history
- Your previous four addresses of residence
- Your academic history
You will need to email a copy of your résumé and cover letter, along with any other documents to help prove your experience in your particular field. The application can be filled out online, or you can use your LinkedIn profile for the application. The website is designed to make filling out the application quick and easy. Once you’ve filled it out, press "Apply" and the application will be submitted!
3. Wait for the call
Chase will contact you if you are the right candidate for the job that you have applied for. You will need to have your résumé/work history handy in case they want you to resubmit it, and you should prepare to schedule an appointment for the first phone interview. You will talk to one of the Chase Human Resources personnel, so you should be prepared for the interview. The Chase website offers a few interview preparation resources that will come in handy.
4. Go in for a face-to-face interview
If you ace that phone interview, you’ll probably be called into the job location for an in-person interview. You may actually be asked to attend multiple interviews, depending on the position for which you are applying. These face-to-face meetings will be more in-depth than the phone interviews, and you will need to be ready to give examples of your skills and experience.
5. Get the job
For the lucky candidates who pass the face-to-face interview with flying colors, prepare for Chase to reach out and let you know that you got the job. The hiring committee will usually make the final decision within a week or two of that face-to-face interview, and they will call to inform you of your success or failure in obtaining the position.
And just like that, you got the job! If you followed the steps above, polished and tailored your résumé to you, and aced that face-to-face interview, you’ll be ready to take that position when the Chase hiring manager calls and tells you that you got it!
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