Graduate Student Job Opportunities

Career Exploration and Success

The Office of Career Exploration and Success is committed to assisting doctoral students in preparing for productive and meaningful careers. We recognize that there are needs unique to this career community, and we are here to support you.

Here are simple steps to get familiar and be able to access the resources, support and job opportunities available to you. 

  1. Set up your Handshake Account to see job and internship opportunities. Rutgers Handshake is the #1 platform for all things career success. Students can utilize Handshake to access thousands of job and internship listings, schedule appointments with career advisors, read employer reviews, network with recruiters, register for events, access exclusive online resources, and much more. Here is a video to assist you on the setup.
  2. Sign up for the Doctoral Students Career Community and get access to a newsletter that will provide you with tailored events, alumni mentors, career outcomes, and resources for being a graduate student.  Visit HERE to get more information on this newsletter.  Visit our website for additional information
  3. Schedule an appointment with Rudrani Gangopadhyay, the Doctoral Student Career Advisor, by visiting Handshake. On the Advising Category screening Handshake, select "Student Community-Specific Questions" and then "Doctoral Students: Career Advising" or email Rudrani at

Job Postings

Below are additional job opportunities for graduate students If you are a sponsoring department and would like to post your position, please complete this form

Current Postings

Graduate Student/Post-doc Work Assistants for Education & Training Program at Rutgers CINJ
The Office of Education and Training at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey is seeking a graduate student/postdoctoral fellow interested in training the next generation of a diverse oncology workforce. It is a great experience for those interested in careers in education research, teaching, or professional development. This is a grant-funded part-time (per diem) opportunity for one year.  

The selected individual will:
1. Assist in organizing two Scholar (graduate students and post-docs) Recruitment Symposiums (spring and fall) highlighting CINJ research programs and faculty.
2. Develop collaborative relationships with local, regional, and national MSI and HBCUs to identify potential new trainees for the underserved scholar (graduate students and post-docs) pipeline.
3. Work with Faculty Navigators at collaborating institutions to recruit and interact directly with their scholars (graduate students and post-docs) to guide and assist with academic stage-appropriate professional career development in collaboration with CINJ CRTEC.
4. Support career development opportunities of scholars (graduate students and post-docs) and Early Stage Investigators (e.g., writing grants and journal articles and communicating science to the lay public and networking).
5. Assist in tracking and monitoring outcomes of scholars reached through this program. 

To apply, please contact Sunita Chaudhary, PhD