Regional Privacy Notices

As we deal with assets and investments valued in trillions of US dollars it means our work impacts financial security of global institutions and millions of people. Your personal data is just as important to us.

Click on your region to explore our Privacy Notice for your part of the world:

Application information

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 20 minutes of inactivity, you’ll be automatically logged out of the site.

As an equal opportunity employer, State Street Corporation is committed to a diverse workforce and is also committed to a barrier-free employment process. In order to ensure reasonable accommodations for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, individuals that require accommodation in the job application process for a posted position may contact us at DisabilityAssistance@statestreet.com.
Please note: Messages left for other purposes such as following up on an application or non-disability related technical issues, will not receive a response.

Online Job Scam Warning

State Street and State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) do not conduct job interviews via public instant messaging platforms or chat rooms. If you have been contacted to participate in an online interview and the interview involves public instant messaging platforms or chat rooms, it is not legitimate. In order to be considered for a job opportunity with State Street, you must first complete an online application via State Street Careers. If you haven’t filled out a job application and are being interviewed or receive a job offer, it is not legitimate.

These scams usually have one of more of the following characteristics:
  • The perpetrator will not speak directly with you; all communication is done via email or chat.
  • They attempt first contact via email from a public domain (gmail.com for example), a legitimate company’s email domain (@company.com) or a text message.
  • They attempt to perform an online interview via common web services such as Google hangouts.
  • They may impersonate State Street or SSGA individuals during the process.
  • They may send a check (which is fraudulent) and ask for the funds to be deposited and wired to another location for the purchase of home office equipment. The check is not issued by State Street.
  • 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 www.ic3.gov.