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Information for Our Community

Whether you are part of our community or are interested in joining us, we welcome you to Washington University School of Medicine.

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For Job Seekers

We seek people from diverse backgrounds to join us in a supportive environment that encourages inclusion and creativity.

Home to one of the top medical schools in the country, Washington University is also known as an employer of choice in the St. Louis region.

Faculty opportunities

Our faculty comprise a network of collaborators focused on building knowledge and enriching lives.

Faculty positions

Staff opportunities

We offer rewarding career opportunities at all levels in a variety of fields.

Staff positions

Working at the School of Medicine

The Medical Campus is home to a dynamic community of students, patients, and a faculty and staff dedicated to learning, research and patient care. This community also includes employees and visitors at our affiliated hospitals – Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital – and other neighbors at the Washington University Medical Campus.

Ellen S. Clark Hope Plaza offers employees a peaceful refuge at the center of the Medical Campus.
At the heart of campus and sheltered by the BJC Institute of Health at Washington University School of Medicine, the Ellen S. Clark Hope Plaza offers employees a place to gather or reflect.

To support this robust community, the School of Medicine offers a wide range of fulfilling career opportunities for people who have a passion for helping others. Our staff is made up of IT experts, scientists, accountants, electricians, business administrators, nurses, communications specialists and more. Faculty and postdoc positions include abundant opportunities in education, leadership, research and medicine.

 

A smart place to work

Rewarding career opportunities and a tradition of innovation are only are only a few of the reasons to work at the School of Medicine. Here are a few more:

Time for you
Full-time employees – including new hires – have 30 combined days of vacation and holidays, in addition to sick leave. Faculty and staff are also encouraged to participate in wellness initiatives and take advantage of family care options.
Work-life-balance »

Benefits you can count on
Benefit packages for eligible employees include health, vision and dental coverage, tuition assistance, retirement savings, health savings account options and more.
Employee benefits »

Lifelong learning
In addition to intellectually stimulating work experiences and tuition reimbursement, employees develop their talents and skills through workplace training and other professional development opportunities.
Learning and development »

Inclusive and engaged
Washington University ranks among the best employers for diversity nationwide, according to Forbes. In intention, policy and action, we are deeply committed to building a diverse and inclusive community.
Diversity and inclusion »

Transportation options
Access to expressways, bike routes and car-sharing programs make it easy for employees across the St. Louis region to get to work. (Some lucky employees even commute through Forest Park.) Employees receive free Metro passes, and the Central West End MetroLink station stops right in the heart of campus.
Transportation services »

Healthier planet
In addition to ambitious goals for greenhouse gas reduction and LEED building certification, the university encourages employees to adopt individual and office-wide measures to reduce their footprint.
Sustainability at the School of Medicine »

All the extras
Employee perks include access to home-buying assistance, staff discounts with select suppliers, annual Metro passes, discounts on Cardinals, Blues and St. Louis Symphony tickets, and more. Employees are also part of a rich learning environment with a steady supply of talks, exhibits, performances and other events held on the Medical and Danforth campuses.
University perks »

 

Washington University encourages and gives full consideration to all applicants for admission, financial aid and employment. The university does not discriminate in access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, veteran status, disability or genetic information. Inquiries about compliance should be addressed to the university’s Vice Chancellor for Human Resources, Washington University, Campus Box 1184, One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130. The School of Medicine is committed to recruiting, enrolling and educating a diverse student body.