The Future Is Waiting for You at RWJBarnabas Health

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nursing orEvery day, at acclaimed hospitals across New Jersey, RWJBarnabas Health empowers nurses like you to succeed. We’re a thriving, diverse and strong organization serving more than 5 million Garden State residents with an unrivaled breadth of renowned specialty services — and our world-class nurses are at the heart of everything we accomplish.

That’s why we prize nurses as individuals and leaders, and support them with the advanced technologies and innovative programs to practice compassionate care at the highest quality levels. In our Magnet-recognized medical centers, state-of-the-art community hospitals and acclaimed teaching and research facilities, nurses enjoy a supportive, family atmosphere where a strong work/life balance is matched by a genuine commitment to professional growth and advancement.

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As an integrated health care system with an outstanding national reputation, we’re proud to offer nursing opportunities on a scale few health care systems can match. At the same time, we know that great nursing careers are defined by so much more — quality of life, great relationships, community focus, and the chance to explore new career directions without leaving everything else behind.

You’ll find it all at RWJBarnabas Health. Take a closer look and discovery all that awaits you in your nursing career. Search nursing jobs now.

New Hire Support: Orientation and Precepting


We believe that a comprehensive and supportive orientation is the foundation for a successful career in the profession of nursing. To that end, significant amounts of resources have been allocated to assure that our newest hires experience a smooth transition into their new nursing careers. A complete and comprehensive orientation training program has been designed to meet the individual needs of our newest hires.

Our orientation programs are supported by advanced practice nurses, clinical educators and preceptors. Orientation is under the guidance of the Directors of Education at each of the facilities. It consists of the following:

  • Nurse Residency programs to give new graduating nurses a strong foundation
  • An Orientation Coordinator who assists and coordinates the training for the new hire through his/her first several months of employment
  • Extensive classroom instruction and in-services
  • Clinical skill labs affording new hires the opportunity to practice their clinical skills prior to caring for patients
  • Individual mentoring by highly trained preceptors
  • Extensive training on the patient care units (up to six months in some specialties) as the orientees gradually increase their patient assignment
  • Ongoing education in critical thinking and clinical decision making
  • Regular progress meetings with preceptors, educators and nurse manager

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