Job Opportunities

We're focused on identifying, attracting and developing the most talented people to join our team. We look for leaders with diverse backgrounds and perspectives who will thrive within our culture, and contribute to our long-term success.

If you have questions on how to view and apply for jobs, please read our Guide to Applying to a Job at State Street.

To begin, select the region where you would like to apply from the list below:

Application Tips

  • To be considered for an open position, please complete the entire application.
  • If you can’t fill out the entire application in one sitting, you can save your work and finish it at another time.
  • After 30 minutes of inactivity, you’ll be automatically logged out of the site.
  • If you experience technical difficulties or have a disability and require assistance with the job application process, email or call (617) 664-0007. Please include the job requisition number, job title and location in your message. Information related to the status of a job application will not be provided.

Equal Opportunity Employment Resources

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, we consider applications for all positions without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, age, disability, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, citizenship, marital status, domestic partnership or civil union status, familial status, military and veteran status, and other characteristics protected by applicable law. For more information, refer to our CEO Statement.

Online Job Scam Warning

State Street and State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) do not conduct job interviews via non-State Street email, instant messaging or chat rooms. Legitimate recruitment emails will contain the extension “ or” If you have been contacted via social media channels to participate in an online interview using email, instant messaging or chat rooms for a position at State Street or SSGA, it is not legitimate.

These scams usually have one of more of the following characteristics:

  • They attempt first contact via email from a public domain or via a text message.
  • They attempt to perform an online interview via common web services.
  • They may impersonate State Street or SSGA individuals during the process.
  • They may send a check and ask for the funds to be deposited and wired to another location for the purchase of home office equipment.
  • They may use the State Street or SSGA trademark and logo in the process.

If you have been contacted under these circumstances please report the activity to the Internet Crime Complaint Center, which is a partnership among the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BIA), at

For more information and tips on how to identify and avoid job search scams click on the links below: