When asked to describe what it’s like to work in our various clinical areas at NYU Langone, our employees use words like: integrity, commitment, and knowledge; enthusiastic, brilliant, and supportive; teamwork, creativity, and open communication.
- We see each other as industry experts who are always in pursuit of new ideas, and eager to share solutions that impact the greater good.
- We believe in our goals for growth and opportunity, as well as our need for work-life balance.
- We’re invested in one another’s success and share a dynamic energy that speaks to the future we are working toward together.
- We value your drive, innovation, and commitment to excellence in patient care above all.
A love of science drives our work and progress throughout all of NYU Langone’s Clinical Labs. It is our commitment to accuracy, precision, and patient safety that provide the foundation for critical medical decisions each and every day.
When you join us, you join a CAP and AABB-accredited laboratory organization that:
- has a bold vision for the future of a discipline in the midst of a technological revolution.
- processes more than six million lab tests each year across three hospital labs, three pathology labs, and six cancer center labs.
- houses some of the most advanced Hematology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Molecular and Blood Bank labs in New York City, including the City’s first bioterrorism lab.
- supports all laboratory disciplines, along with NYU Langone residency and fellowship programs.
- invests in opportunity, with several recent renovations and ongoing expansions.
- completely renovated Blood Bank on our main campus (2014)
- state-of-the-art, 16,000-square-foot molecular lab (2014)
- upgrades in next-generation sequencing technology (2015)
- renovation and expansion of main pathology lab at Tisch Hospital (2016)
- 20,000-square-foot clinical lab planned for our main campus (2018)
- two infusion center laboratories in Brooklyn and on Long Island
- offers new wage increases that are the most competitive within the NYC metropolitan area, with incentives for advanced degrees and ASCP certification.
We invest in training, talent and technology, and leverage the latest and most innovative approaches and equipment in our labs. Everyone here has a passionate interest in deepening their technical knowledge and advancing their careers through cross-training, internal transfers, and exploration of new specialties. Laboratory opportunities exist at all levels of expertise, including manager, supervisor, lab technician, lab assistant, and administrative coordinator. There has never been a better time to join us.
The NYU Langone Pharmacy is a highly automated, clinically driven, and decentralized operation that leverages technology for optimal patient safety and quality. We house one of the largest pharmacy robots in the United States and utilize bedside barcode scanning, RFID technology, and a state-of-the-art EMR system in Epic.
Our team includes approximately 250 pharmacists, interns, PGYI, PGYII and pharmacy technicians, along with Clinical Pharmacotherapists who specialize by discipline, disease, or patient population. Regardless of where you work within NYU Langone, you will be surrounded by intelligent, self-motivated, and collaborative colleagues who take ownership and accountability. We are proud of our work and encourage our pharmacists to contribute to publications, poster sessions, and book chapters.
We are experiencing unprecedented growth throughout the organization and we are looking for professionals who share our excitement and vision of providing patient-centric and world-class pharmacy services.
Opportunities within Pharmacy include:
Radiology is an innovative department that supports the clinical, research, and education missions of NYU Langone. Leadership of our academic radiology department is dedicated to adding value by providing excellent quality, safety, and service to patients and their referring physicians. Our goal is to provide excellent patient care from acquisition of imaging through the reporting of results. We know that our work helps to improve their lives with both expert care and compassion.
The Department of Radiology provides inpatient and outpatient imaging services at many hospital and outpatient locations throughout NYU Langone. Our facilities boast top-of-the-line equipment and cutting-edge IT technology.
Radiology employees at NYU Langone conduct themselves in a professional manner and take pride in caring for the needs of their patients. Exceptional skill, knowledge and dedication are recognized with patient accolades and annual appreciation events. Career growth and development are encouraged throughout radiology, as employees are supported in the quest for excellence and top performance. Radiology employees participate in continuing education activities when appropriate, share knowledge with colleagues, and investigate new aspects of the professional practice.
The department is looking for dedicated imaging professionals committed to quality and patient experience in a busy and growing department. Candidates should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with radiologists to ensure they obtain the best possible exam for every patient, every time.
Employment opportunities within radiology are available in the following areas:
- breast imaging
- PET/MR (MMR)
- nuclear medicine
- vascular interventional radiology
- neuro interventional radiology
- advanced visualization lab
- reading room (program) coordinators
- nurse practitioners
- physician assistants
- registered nurses
Rehabilitation Services Careers
Rusk Rehabilitation, NYU Langone’s award-winning rehabilitation program, is a complex, fast-paced area that provides leadership in patient care research, and teaching. We are dedicated to helping others overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges, and are guided by the principles of teamwork, integrity, innovation, communication, and kindness.
We partner with interdisciplinary care teams to provide services throughout NYU Langone including 110 acute rehabilitation beds, 13 ambulatory sites, our home care programs, and robust acute care services at all 3 of our hospitals, which includes therapy services from the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) through the continuum of life. Our annual caseload averages 240,000 outpatient visits and 2,100 adult and pediatric inpatients combined.
Rusk Rehabilitation services are consistently ranked in the top ten in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, and are accredited as part of the Joint Commission comprehensive stroke programs at NYU Langone and NYU Langone Hospital
— Brooklyn. We have also received CARF accreditation in the areas of pediatrics, brain injury, stroke, and Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program (CIIRP).
Working with us provides you with high-caliber learning and growth potential within a creative and mission-driven organization that offers world-class resources and opportunities. You’ll also be exposed to the latest in rehabilitation research in traumatic brain injury, post-stroke motor control, lymphedema, robotic-assisted therapies, and more.
All of our rehab disciplines offer career paths and ladders to support employees at all levels who want advanced training, ongoing growth, and opportunities to expand their areas of practice excellence. Employees can also engage in performance improvement activities, some of which may lead to pilot research projects. Careers within rehab include:
We have over 80 Board Certified Clinical Specialists in PT, the first Neurologic Residency program in New York State, and a robust student program that accepts students from over 50 schools.
Unique areas of OT specialization include pediatric NICU, seating and mobility, vision, assistive technology, and barrier-free design programming.
SLP features a robust education and training program, clinical specialization in adult and pediatric swallowing, and expertise in pediatric NICU and aphasia.
Our team cares for adult and pediatric patients with specialty programming in brain injury, pediatrics and concussion, leveraging our expertise in evaluation and treatment for complex patients through the continuum. We also have a robust research program and one of the longest standing intern training programs in the country, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
We provide a full complement of evaluation and treatment programs to adults in need of skills development, community engagement, and return to work services. Vocational services is also active in research programs, veterans’ initiatives and job placement, as well as with the NYC Commissioner for People with Disabilities.
Respiratory Therapy Careers
Registered Respiratory Therapists (RRTs) at NYU Langone provide patient-centered, evidence-based respiratory care in ICU, subacute, and general inpatient areas. We support respiratory care in all areas of NYU Langone and also participate in patient transport, code blue, and medical response teams.
The Respiratory Care Department is equipped with the latest in state-of-the-art mechanical ventilation and related equipment for patients of all ages, including conventional, high frequency oscillatory, and jet ventilators. Adult ICU rooms have wall-mounted Servoi ventilators with a full complement of modes.
Our team is recognized for its leadership in helping to develop and implement a multidisciplinary sedation reduction and weaning assessment protocol directed at reducing ventilator days and ventilator-associated pneumonia.
NYU Langone recruits both experienced RRTs and new graduates who are bright, energetic, enthusiastic and professional. Excellent communication, interpersonal and team skills are an essential component to success, as is the desire to work for a world-renown organization that can provide unique professional experiences and foster professional relationships.
We reward knowledge, initiative, and experience in many ways, including pay differentials for significant clinical experience or attainment of the NBRC Neonatal-Pediatric Specialist or Registered Pulmonary Function Technologist credentials.
Ongoing staff development and professional growth is supported through a combination of individual competency programs, onsite CRCE programs, AARC Professor Rounds, cross-training opportunities, and readily available presentations and resources. We also offer manageable workloads on 12-hour shifts that help employees balance home and work life, plus the opportunity to apply your knowledge and be recognized for your clinical expertise. We treat our Respiratory Therapists as professionals. Join us for the respect and appreciation you deserve.
Opportunities within Respiratory Therapy include:
“My passion for respiratory care led me to my current role as a Registered Respiratory Therapist. Every day, I get to use the skills I’ve learned from my education and in my career to help patients. I’m proud to be an essential part of our patients’ journeys. When I started my career, I was a Respiratory Care Trainee at NYU Langone Health. The amount of internal job opportunities available – from entry-level to management in a variety of departments – made me sure this was a place I could grow.”
Registered Respiratory Therapist
Established in 1955, the psychology practice in NYU Langone’s Department of Rehabilitation Medicine has the distinction of being the first rehabilitation psychology program in the United States. We are the largest program of our kind and have the second oldest, continuously operating, American Psychological Association-accredited clinical psychology internship.
Today, our neuropsychological and rehabilitation psychology services are provided within an integrated healthcare model, supporting the areas of inpatient and outpatient pediatric rehabilitation, inpatient adult neurorehabilitation, inpatient cardiopulmonary and medically complex rehabilitation, and adult outpatient rehabilitation. Career paths within the department include staff psychologist, senior psychologist, supervisor, and program manager.
The impact of our work is incredibly rewarding as we treat people with complicated, life-altering conditions. The most important variable is reintegrating the individual to their previous life and roles to whatever extent possible and facilitating their participation in their previous activities. Psychologists working on this team are dedicated to the provision of excellent patient care, improvement of community mental health, and integration of advanced clinical research within their practice.
Our research has led to exciting discoveries on how people with brain injuries solve problems and regulate their emotions. In addition to trauma, our research work is also involved in areas of resilience, the aging brain, efficacy of treatment, cardiac rehabilitation, and neurorehabilitation. As such, we are able to offer one-of-a-kind training opportunities for students, residents, doctoral candidates, and post-doctoral residents and fellows.
The department also represents an accomplished group of researchers, published authors, and officers in professional societies such as American Board of Professional Psychology (in both Rehabilitation Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology), the American Psychological Association, the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, and many others.
Food & Nutrition Services Careers
Food & Nutrition Services at NYU Langone have undergone a major transformation over the years. Local ingredients, award-winning chefs, and nutrition education programs have come together to create a uniquely innovative environment for Registered Dietitians, Chefs, and Food Service Workers.
We currently have a lot of exciting things going on in the Food and Nutrition department including a brand new, state-of-the-art Main Cafeteria. We also have various retail venues that are available for staff convenience. Our patients are offered a spoken menu to meet their diet order and personal preferences.
Not only do we work closely with physicians and the entire multidisciplinary care team to ensure proper nutrition, we share our knowledge and expertise in many ways. Dietitians participate in meetings and on committees, attend rounds, precept dietetic interns and local college students, and participate during employee wellness and community health activities.
NYU Langone serves as a beta site in the NYC Department of Health “healthy hospital food“ initiative. This includes all food and beverages served in our cafés and snack vending machines. We work closely with local farms/vendors and keep up with all the new food trends going on to stay fresh and exciting.
It’s an exciting time to join us as we grow and evolve to maintain our organization’s reputation for world-class care and commitment to transform the healthcare foodservice experience from ordinary to extraordinary for all those that we service.
Social Work Careers
Social work is an integral part of NYU Langone’s care management model. Master’s prepared social workers are paired with nurse care managers to guide and support patients and their families. From preadmission to a stay in the hospital to transition to home or another care provider, the social worker and care manager team contributes to safe and efficient quality care.
Social workers at NYU Langone are provided with clinical supervision and the work experience that is required to obtain clinical licensure and to maintain professional standards. Our staffing is structured to provide support to our social workers allowing them more time for direct patient and family contact. Along the way, our social workers encounter meaningful career experiences and opportunities for ongoing education, professional development and more.
We are particularly interested in hiring social workers–LMSW or LCSW–that have proven hospital experience working with inpatient populations.
Recently recognized by the AAPA as an Employer of Excellence, NYU Langone has long acknowledged the integral role Physician Assistants play as part of the patient care team and has worked hard to create an environment that allows them to do their best work, deliver their best care and achieve their professional objectives.
Today, our team of 500+ PAs works closely with physicians, residents, nurses, and other clinical staff to deliver exceptional care across a broad range of specialties. Empowered to speak up, and charged with constantly learning, growing and developing, our Physician Assistants work in a fast-paced environment where knowledge, experience, and expertise are valued and rewarded. And, because we are an academic medical center, our PAs have the opportunity to participate in grand rounds; attend Leadership Development Programs; and impart their knowledge to the 100+ students who come here each year to do their clinicals – or to the newly minted PAs just starting out in their careers.
NYU Langone’s commitment to continuous learning is evident from day one when new PAs are greeted with a comprehensive and formalized onboarding process. Paired with senior PAs as well as resident staff or attending physicians, they quickly learn our procedures and techniques and rotate between areas. On a weekly basis, they meet with their managers to receive their assessments and be assigned new responsibilities.
Our unique PA Council was created to give our PAs an opportunity to network, to discuss important issues and to provide them with access to our leadership team who keep them up-to-date with new initiatives, organizational growth plans, and operational changes. And, our generous tuition reimbursement and continuing education programs offer career-changing educational and professional development opportunities to those who seek to improve themselves.
In short, if you’re ready to see for yourself what an environment that enables a culture of collaboration can do for your own professional practice, we encourage you to take a look at NYU Langone.