Tuition remission for employees and eligible dependents (varies by role and salary).
Why Work at Rutgers?
Joining the Rutgers team is more than a job, it’s an opportunity. The university’s total compensation model is designed to help our employees with their personal and professional growth and well-being.
Arrangements that provide balance between your professional and personal life (varies by role).
Generous paid time off to unwind and enjoy time away from work, includes vacation time, paid holidays, personal days, and administrative leave days. Rutgers also has generous sick leave, provisions for jury duty, bereavement leave, military compassionate leave, and family and medical leave.
Rutgers Again Named a Top Employer by Forbes
Providing jobs to more than 27,000 faculty and staff, Rutgers ranks among Forbes best large employers in the nation and is also in the top 10 on its list of America’s best employers by state.
Providing a respectful workplace and a commitment to veterans and valuing diversity and inclusion are just some of the many reasons why Rutgers is a great place to work.
Health Benefits and Well-Being Resources
Your well-being is our priority. We offer an array of benefits to
keep you and your family healthy:
- Medical, prescription, dental, and vision care plans
- Flexible spending accounts to set aside money before taxes to pay for certain medical and dental expenses
- Life insurance
- Access to recreation facilities
- Mental health support services
- Rutgers My Wellness mobile app (physical, mental, and wellness support resources)
Professional Development Opportunities
Rutgers University provides employees with a suite of programs and services to enable purposeful professional growth:
- Self-directed and formal learning and development opportunities
- Supervisor and leadership development programs and offerings
- Performance management and development processes
- Executive coaching programs
Alejandro “Alex” Ruiz is a constant at Rutgers, directing the daily operation, program development, and health and safety staff on multiple campuses and research stations, while also serving as an adjunct professor in the School of Engineering.
Nicole Bates has been engaging with students for over 31 years with Rutgers Dining, where her impact has not only been felt through the essential services of meal production and distribution, but through the kindness and care, she has delivered daily to the university community in the process.
Rebecca Potosky grew up around animals and brought her love for them to Rutgers, where she earned a degree in animal science and has remained as a senior research animal care technician to provide and teach their care in support of the university’s function as a land- grant institution.