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Rutgers School of Nursing is a dynamic place to work and grow. Learn more about the benefits of joining our team!

Candidate interviews and onboarding may be conducted virtually as part of our COVID-19 social distancing efforts. There may be delays in the application process at this time. Thank you for your patience. We look forward to reviewing your application.


At Rutgers School of Nursing, we are committed to creating a culture of excellence and innovation among our faculty and staff, and fostering an environment where those ideals thrive. Working here is about far more than taking a job—it’s about becoming part of an environment where those ideals of excellence are built and encouraged, and taking a lead role in impacting the future of nursing.

Diversity and Inclusion at Rutgers School of Nursing

Rutgers School of Nursing is committed to excellence in diversity and inclusion. As a premiere nursing school, we embrace all human differences while building on the commonalities. Within our school and across our various locations, across campus, and in the state of New Jersey, we foster community partnerships to advance diversity initiatives. We believe that diversity is crucial for knowledge, research, and growth – we aim to create an environment that allows faculty, students, and staff to flourish.

As one of the nation’s most diverse universities, Rutgers draws strength from the rich variety of perspectives and life experiences of our community.

Our core values illustrate how the Rutgers community aims to interact with its values as ideals and action-oriented goals:

  • Work towards Inclusion and respect Difference
  • Provide Opportunity and ensure Access
  • Value Innovation and promote Leadership
  • Foster Global Reach and honor Humanity

Rutgers provides faculty and staff with the resources and support to grow their careers both statewide, nationally, and internationally.

Edna Cadmus
Clinical Professor & Specialty Director, Nursing Leadership Program
Executive Director, NJ Collaborating Center for Nursing