Rutgers University is one of the largest employers in the State of New Jersey, and is an employer of choice for individuals seeking employment in higher education. We offer competitive salaries, generous benefits, and the chance to be a part of an exciting campus community.
We are highly dedicated to serving the community and welcome retirees, individuals re-entering the workforce, students, and graduates.
Find one to match your talent, skills, interest and select Rutgers University-Newark as your campus.
Temporary Job Opportunities
Human Resources-Newark offers a placement service to those applicants seeking part-time or full-time work on a temporary basis.
We offer applicants:
- An attractive diverse campus environment
- The possibility of flexible hours and length of assignments
- A variety of office support positions and locations
- A single point of contact within Human Resources-Newark, and
- Consideration for permanent positions
Regular Part-Time Employment
We welcome all applicants interested in applying for regular part-time employment.
Administrative, Professional, or Supervisory positions, which are established as part-time positions, receive limited benefits.
Employment After Retirement
Retired employees seeking jobs are welcome to apply.
When completing your application, we recommend retired applicants to contact their company benefit or retirement plan representative for guidelines, limitations, and facts to consider prior to obtaining gainful employment.
Part-Time & Summer Employment for Students
Rutgers University students may apply for part-time and summer employment options for Federal Work Study (FWSP) and Non-Federal Work Study programs.
University policy prohibits summer employees who are a family or household member of a regularly appointed faculty or staff member from working in the same department as the regularly appointed faculty or staff member.
Students under the age of 16 must obtain working papers from their school guidance counselor.
RU-N Students seeking job opportunities may also view available job postings through Career Development Center.
Federal Work Study Program (FWSP) for Students
RU-N Students participating in Federal Work Study Program (FWSP) may visit the Office of Financial Aid website to view policies, eligibility, requirements, and job opportunities associated with the program.