America’s eighth oldest institution of higher learning and a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, Rutgers University–New Brunswick serves more than 40,000 students and employs about 13,000 faculty and staff.
Information for Job Seekers
Another Way to Look
Rutgers is a member of the NJ/Eastern PA/DE Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC). The regional HERC website features a search engine that includes faculty and staff job listings at all member institutions. This search engine is free and available to anyone seeking employment in higher education.
Looking to Join Us?
Rutgers offers challenging and exciting career opportunities in a wide range of disciplines and capitalizes on its many strengths to benefit people around the globe.
Learn more about Rutgers and the benefits of working here by visiting University Human Resources.
- Find Employment
One of the largest employers in New Jersey, Rutgers is a great place to work. You can search and apply online for opportunities at our university on any of our three campuses. You can also browse our listing of positions based upon your specific interests.
- Student Employment Office
Log in and start your search. Don’t forget to review the rules on work study.
- Faculty Positions: Head to specific departments to find faculty postings and apply directly: Rutgers University–New Brunswick | Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
- NJ/Eastern PA/DE Higher Education Recruitment Consortium
Search for jobs through the HERC website.
Links for Employers
Looking to hire Rutgers grads or interns? Rutgers graduates are prepared to take on the world. And employers are wise to hire them. If you’re a recruiter seeking top-notch talent, contact our career centers to publicize jobs and internships and meet the students and alumni who can move your organization forward.
Year after year, Rutgers hosts the largest career fairs in New Jersey. This series of gatherings, focused on a broad swath of industries, brings together a wide range of employers—including the university itself—and qualified job candidates. Many, such as New Jersey Diversity Career Day and Federal Jobs Career Day, are open to the general public.