Nursing Careers

A nursing career at Washington University in St. Louis offers a unique opportunity to combine medical research with patient care. Most nursing jobs at the school hold regular clinic hours — no nights or weekends — and all are within an environment characterized by innovation and excellence.

Nursing Jobs at the School of Medicine

In the clinic setting, nurses at the School of Medicine may hold any of the following positions:

Staff Nurses (see Jobs in the Spotlight) provide direct care and education for patients receiving treatments, examinations, surgeries, dialysis, etc., in a physician practice or hospital setting.

Preferred Qualifications: Registered Nurse with 2+ years of  experience in a hospital or clinic setting within the job posting specialty.

Nurse Practitioners perform total nursing care and, under the direction of a physician, provide consultation and education to patients and families. New NP Graduates are encouraged to call and set up an appointment with our recruiter to review your interests and interview for future openings.

  • Acute Care Nurse Practitioners (see Jobs in the Spotlight
    Preferred Qualifications:  Acute Care Nurse Practitioners with 2+   
    years of ACNP experience in a hospital setting 
  • Adult/Family Nurse Practitioners
    Preferred Qualifications:  Adult or Family Nurse Practitioners with 2+ years of ANP or FNP experience in a clinic setting within the job posting specialty 
  • Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (see Jobs in the Spotlight)
    Preferred Qualifications:  Pediatric Nurse Practitioners with 2+ years of PNP experience in a clinic setting within the job posting specialty 

Research Nurse Coordinators (see Jobs in the Spotlight) perform duties associated with the coordination and implementation of research study and projects, data collection, and the management of data generated by study protocols.

Preferred Qualifications: Registered Nurse with a Clinical Research certification or clinical research experience 

Clinical Nurse Coordinators (see Jobs in the Spotlight) are responsible for coordinating the care of patients for a designated service throughout the continuum of care and for serving as a clinical resource in their area of specialty or expertise.

Preferred Qualifications: Registered Nurse with a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience

How to Apply

To learn more about nursing jobs at the School of Medicine or for help with career planning, please contact our Clinical Recruiter, Tracey Faulkner, RN, BSN, MBA CIR, at 314-362-7197 or via e-mail at tracey.faulkner@wustl.edu 

Tracey Faulkner, RN, BSN, MBA, CIR

314-362-7197

tracey.faulkner@wustl.edu  

Your Clinical Recruiter
Contact Tracey to discuss clinical opportunities at Washington University School of Medicine.
 
A Smart Place To Work

Nurses on staff at the School of Medicine are offered excellent benefits including:
  • Health care and retirement plans
  • 22 vacation days and 8 holidays
  • Tuition benefits 
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