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.
In the clinic setting, nurses at the School of Medicine may hold any of the following positions:
WashU Staff Nurses
Staff Nurses 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 two or more years of experience in a hospital or clinic setting within the job posting specialty.
WashU Clinical Nurse Coordinators
Clinical Nurse Coordinators 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 two years of relevant experience.
WashU Research Nurse Coordinators
Research Nurse Coordinators 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.
WashU Infusion Nurses
Infusion nurses deliver exceptional direct patient care and education to hematology/oncology patients receiving chemotherapy and other IV infusions.
Preferred Qualifications: Registered nurse with a strong desire to work with our Hem/Onc patient population or has worked on an oncology inpatient unit or a current infusion RN working in a Cancer Center.
WashU Dialysis Nurses
Dialysis Nurses perform in-center outpatient dialysis treatments. We have outpatient dialysis centers in North County and St. Louis Central West End. Centers are open Monday through Saturday approximately 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Position hours are three-four days a week, rotating every other Saturday.
Preferred Qualifications: Registered nurse with dialysis or ICU experience. We do offer a dialysis training program for RNs with a strong desire to transition to dialysis.
WashU Nurse Practitioners
Nurse Practitioners provide health care services including the diagnosis and management of health conditions. Our NPs are highly involved with health promotion and education within our 13 clinical specialties.
Preferred Qualifications: A licensed NP with department-specific clinical knowledge; FNP, PNP, ANP, ACNP, MHNP.
Find Your Place at WashU
Nurses are an integral part of our success as a team and we’re excited you may be interested in joining us.
Check out some of the perks of being a WashU employee, including life in St. Louis, our exceptional benefits and unique well-being programming. Forbes also ranked WashU the best employer in Missouri in 2021.