We’ve put up a bunch of blog posts over the years about applying for a job at Jane Street. Here’s a guide to those posts.
First, if you’re interested in what our interview process is like, these might be useful.
The Jane Street Interview Process — 2020 Edition, which gives a broad overview of the candidate experience and what you can expect after you apply.
Interviewing At Jane Street goes into more detail about how you should approach a Jane Street interview and what we’re looking for.
What a Jane Street software engineering interview is like is a more detailed dive into a particular (no longer used) interview question, just to serve as an example of the kind of question you’d encounter in a real interview.
A note on what we’re not looking for, for those of you who think you have to be a functional programming ninja (or have any functional programming experience at all!) to work here.
We have a great summer internship program, and we periodically post a what the interns have wrought post describing what a handful of interesting intern projects from that summer. Here they are, from 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2014.
Also, if you’re interested in the dynamics of the tech intern job market and why there are so many exploding offers, you might find this post interesting.
Finally, here’s an external post from a former intern describing one of the projects he did.