You could probably configure these 3 jobs in a Jenkins pipeline.
Creating all the 3 jobs the next step we have to do is to connect them in the form of a pipeline. In order to do this we need to configure two things: Build Triggers and Post Build Actions.
Inorder to automate job3, what you can do is you can configure a post build step in job 2 where you can trigger job 3 automatically, after job2 build is complete.
For a basic understanding of how a jenkins pipeline is to be configured you could refer to https://www.edureka.co/community/48208/possible-create-jenkins-pipeline-without-using-jenkinsfile
Since you have mentioned that your Job 3 is a deploy job, I guess your requirement is for automated deployment, if i have got that right.
There are many plugins available which can be used to transfer the build files after a successful build to the respective application/web server. One example is the “Deploy to container Plugin”.
You could probably try it to serve your purpose. Check this out: https://plugins.jenkins.io/deploy
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