We serve the public interest by fostering a strong economy and promoting financial stability. We accomplish this with talented and innovative people working within a collaborative and inclusive culture.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago has a wide variety of career paths and opportunities. Our employees are part of a winning team that has a significant local and national impact.
The Chicago Fed is committed to providing you, our prospective candidate, with a positive high touch engaging experience. We value your interest in utilizing your talents to contribute to the growth and innovation of our winning team.
You have the right to expect and receive fair, respectful and equal treatment throughout our recruiting process. We intend to achieve that through the following commitments:
- We commit to keeping you informed of your application status through every step of the process via phone and electronic communications
- Our positions don’t close overnight- please see our FAQs for a listing of typical communication timeframes, and step by step instructions on how you can check the status of your application
- We commit to timely electronic candidate notification when applicant information has been received and when positions are closed and filled.
What We Offer
As a member of the Chicago Fed team, you can expect that:
- Your skills will be valued
- You will be offered competitive benefits and salary
- You will have opportunities to develop professionally
- You will be part of a high-performance environment that embraces diversity.
If you're looking for a challenging and interesting career at the Chicago Fed and your skills match our needs, we'd like to hear from you. Click on "Now Hiring" in the right hand column to see our latest listings and add your name to our job bank.
Interview Tips from the Fed Corporate Recruiting Team
Tip 1: Do your homework
We're impressed when candidates have taken the time to do some research and learn about us. Take a look around on our website and social media sites and learn as much as you can.
Tip 2: Come prepared
Dress for the occasion. The best practice is, when in doubt, wear a suit. Even if an office is business-casual attire, it's still appropriate to wear a business suit to an interview.
Tip 3: Confidence is key
You don't want to appear too nervous or too relaxed. The best advice is to have confidence in who you are and what you bring to the table. Focus on being your authentic self.
More tips from the Chicago Fed recruiting team.
More about the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago is one of 12 regional reserve banks in the United States. These banks, along with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., make up the nation's central bank, which is dedicated to fostering a sound economy and stable financial system.