The Business Development internship and the Rotational Development Program

"I really appreciate the amount of space you have to solve problems your own way at Jane Street. There are always resources available to guide you if you get stuck, but for the most part as long as you're doing reasonable things it's up to you to decide how to approach a project."


"An idea that especially resonated with me is not being afraid to admit mistakes. Here at Jane Street, mistakes are not seen as a failure or testament against your capability, but as an opportunity to learn and improve. The sooner a mistake is found and shared, the better."


"Probably one of the coolest things I learned during my time as an RDP was coding in OCaml, which is awesome. I'm in this sweet spot of understanding the business side of Jane Street, while also having some of the tools needed to implement a lot of the ideas we come up with."


Before the interviews

When you submit your application to Jane Street for any role, it’s reviewed by an actual human. We respond to every application we receive, ideally within a week or so. Depending on your background we might also suggest you consider another position. We’ll always be up front with you about what roles you’re being considered for (or aren’t), so please also let us know what you’re interested in throughout the process.

If you’ve applied or interviewed before don’t let that stop you from trying again! We reconsider people all the time—people add to their experiences and our needs often change as Jane Street grows—so if it didn’t work out a couple of years ago you might have a better chance this go-around.

The interview process

The next great idea will come from you