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St. Josephs Healthcare System Paterson, NJ

As a key member of our Care Management team, you will coordinate and implement systems/services that lead towards an organized, multidisciplinary… CareerBuilder

5 days ago


St. Josephs Healthcare System Paterson, NJ

As a key member of our IT team, you will provide expertise on key information security related activities, and play an integral role in the… CareerBuilder

5 days ago


St. Josephs Healthcare System Paterson, NJ

As a member of our state-of-the-art EEG Department at St. Josephs Regional Medical Center, you will perform a variety of procedures including EEG… CareerBuilder

25 days ago


St. Josephs Healthcare System Paterson, NJ

We are seeking a take-charge Operations Director to oversee and manage the daily activities, including all administrative and operational functions… CareerBuilder

4 days ago

Nursing Opportunities

St. Josephs Healthcare System Paterson, NJ

Requires an NJ RN License or ability to obtain within 60 days and 3 years of clinical nursing experience, or, candidate can be a Medical Technologist… CareerBuilder

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    Overall a good company to work for

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    I have been working at St. Joseph's Healthcare System


    When the system has done well financially, they definitely will surprise their staff with generous raises. Employee input is encouraged. Certification is also encouraged as well as continuing education. Their is also the option of clinical laddering.


    Alot of gossip. Be advised to stay clear of people who are negative or talk poorly of the system. Become a proud team member as this is greatly to your advantage.

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    Be aware that some lower level management could use some training in how to professionally communication with theiir staff. Some of lower level management include such tactics as intimidation and providing information that is not true just to not have to deal with certain situations or just maybe trying to cover up their inability to properly manage staff or their units.

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