Rotational Development Program

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Jane Street is a proprietary trading firm that operates around the clock and around the globe.


Our growth comes from hiring and training amazing people and giving them the tools they need to innovate. Work at Jane Street is exciting and challenging. We trade in incredibly competitive, fast-paced environments, and feedback on successes and failures is quick and tangible. This allows for constant evaluation and improvement of our strategies and performance.


On our busiest days, we trade over $10-$20 billion equity shares in the US alone. We bring a deep understanding of markets, a scientific approach, and innovative technology to trade in the world’s highly competitive financial markets, focusing primarily on equities and equity derivatives.

The Role

Designed to prepare candidates for this cross-departmental role, you'll rotate through 3-5 Infrastructure subgroups over the course of a year. Projects within each subgroup typically involve analyzing data, finding and solving bottlenecks in existing processes, and integrating new initiatives into our operational, regulatory, and technical infrastructure.

Founded in 2000, Jane Street employs over 1400 people in offices in New York, London, Amsterdam, and Hong Kong. Teaching and learning are central activities through classes, mentoring and discussion.


The right candidate is well-rounded, organized, and able to learn and engage with complicated concepts. Candidates should be interested in understanding how processes work and solving difficult problems.


The environment at Jane Street is open, informal, intellectual and fun. You can wear a t-shirt and jeans to the office every day, the kitchen is stocked, and conversation is always lively.


The Infrastructure Group facilitates Jane Street’s business by, among other things, optimizing collateral management and funding sources, designing efficient operational processes, ensuring compliance with regulatory frameworks, and managing various categories of risk. Part of the firm’s competitive advantage is attributable to the group’s talent, agility, and creativity.