(NYPOST) — If Jamie Dimon is worried about his job, he doesn’t show it.

While JPMorgan Chase is still putting the finishing touches on a record $13 billion settlement over sales of soured mortgage securities, the Wall Street chieftain is already looking forward to putting the bank’s legal woes behind it.

“We are going to resolve every matter as best as we can, and then we’re going to move on and serve our clients,” Dimon told CNBC outside JPMorgan’s corporate offices at 270 Park Ave. in Midtown.

“I am so damn proud of this company,” he added. “That’s what I think about when I wake up every day.”

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