If you find a position you want to apply to, you will be asked to create a profile. After you log in, follow the instructions to enter your profile and submit your resume. Be sure to answer the online questions as completely as possible, using the space provided. Log in to create your job profile.
You can elect to receive e-mails when a position that matches your profile is posted. You will need to create or update your job profile and select yes in the “Job Posting Notification” section to do this.
Fidelity will reasonably accommodate applicants with disabilities who need adjustments to participate in the application or interview process. To initiate a request for an accommodation, contact the HR Leave of Absence/Accommodation Team by sending an email to email@example.com, or by calling 800-835-5099, prompt 2, option 2.
When you apply to a position, your profile and answers to any job questions are measured against the job requirements. As our recruiters match candidates for current opportunities, you may be contacted to schedule a qualifying telephone interview.
In some cases, you may not hear from us right away, which may indicate that at this time we don’t have an opportunity that matches your skills. Please continue to apply to positions that interest you and keep your profile up to date. We are always looking for new talent.
“We want your experience with our recruiters to be a good one. Our recruiters typically reach out to job candidates via the email, LinkedIn InMail, or phone number you have provided to us in your application.
It’s always good to be cautious when you are contacted by anyone claiming to represent a company, including ours. If you want to confirm that a recruiting contact you have received is, in fact, from our firm, please contact us on www.Facebook.com/FidelityJobs or via Twitter @FidelityJobs for a prompt response.
Here are some other ways that you can determine whether a job recruitment contact you receive is from our firm:
We will communicate with you individually. We would not send an email to a group of job candidates.
We would never ask you to pay us money nor would we ask you to purchase anything to enable you to work.
We would only request confidential information after making an offer of employment.
While we do conduct some interviews on video platforms, such as HireVue, we do not conduct interviews on instant message platforms, such as Yahoo! Messenger, WhatsApp, Google Talk, Google Hangouts, etc.
We would not ask you to create a social media profile of any kind.”
Fidelity Investments will not accept resumes/candidates submitted by talent acquisition agencies that do not have an active agreement in place with the firm. Resumes referred from outside Fidelity Investments Talent Acquisition and without an active agreement will be considered unsolicited and Fidelity will not be obligated to pay a referral fee.
“Come prepared to market yourself,” says one Fidelity recruiter. “Instead of just listing your strengths, describe what you have accomplished as a result of those strengths. Cite specific examples.”
Most interviews at Fidelity are behavior-based. This means our recruiters and hiring managers will ask about specific professional situations you’ve been in and your accomplishments. For example, if you mention that you’re efficient, you’ll be asked to provide examples from your work history that illustrate this.
-Familiarize yourself with the content of your resume
-Review the job description to determine how your background applies
-Be prepared to cite examples of your key professional accomplishments or related academic work
-Read some basic information about Fidelity’s culture, history, companies, etc.
-View a video about innovations at Fidelity called Fidelity Firsts
-Ask your recruiter for more information about the business unit you’ll be interviewing with
-Prepare a list of job-related questions that you can bring to the interview
While it varies, most people have at least two rounds of face-to-face interviews–the first with recruiting and hiring managers, the second with the team. Most posted positions are available immediately, but the hiring process can vary greatly in length and depends on several factors, including the skills needed and the number of qualified candidates.
All jobs have a broad salary range that accommodates those employees who are becoming proficient at their positions and those who are already quite skilled. Your starting salary will depend upon your experience and perceived proficiency at your job. Fidelity reviews its salary structure regularly to ensure we remain competitive with market conditions.
If you’re interested in an internship/co-op at Fidelity, please check with your college career center to find out if there is an affiliation with Fidelity. You can also visit our student job search sections. Create an online profile to receive automatic job matching.
Most of our internship opportunities are for the summer; a limited number are available during the fall and spring semesters. Summer internship recruitment is an ongoing process. You could hear from a hiring manager or recruiter at any time from February to the end of May if there is an opportunity that matches your background and interests.
Internships are temporary positions which may be part-time or full-time. A co-op is a full-time position for a defined period of time (usually four or six months). Students typically earn course credit for co-ops.
As an intern, you’ll experience real-world challenges that go beyond what you can learn in the classroom. Internships can give you valuable knowledge that you can apply in the future, such as learning about an industry, building a network, or working in a team environment. And an internship can help you get an edge in the job market.
Fidelity encourages success based on our individual merits and abilities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital, domestic partner, or civil union status, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, ethnic heritage, genetic information, age, legally recognized disability, military service or veteran status.