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Dr. Omolola Taiwo

New Jersey 3RNET Network Coordinator

Tel: 609-913-5361
Omolola.Taiwo@doh.nj.gov

"In New Jersey, there are 24 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) with over 118 licensed ambulatory care facilities located in both urban centers and rural communities. These health centers offer a range of primary health care services at locations statewide and are a safety net for the uninsured, vulnerable, and medically underserved populations.” 

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How I can help your job search:

If you are a health care professional interested in living and working in New Jersey, Omolola can:

  • Answer questions you may have about current job openings across New Jersey
  • Guide you on how the National Health Service Corps works in New Jersey
  • Provide information on New Jersey-specific loan repayment programs
  • Help you navigate the J-1 Visa Waiver process in New Jersey
  • Tell you more about New Jersey’s state-specific incentives for health care professionals

Omolola is an employee of the New Jersey Office of Primary Care and Rural Health. She and her organization coordinate 3RNET activities in New Jersey.

Behavioral Health Resources in New Jersey

Behavioral Health Resources in New Jersey

Job search support is provided for the following behavioral health disciplines:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Substance Use Disorder Counselor
  • Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor
  • Peer Recovery Support Specialist
  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
  • Behavioral Health Therapist
  • Clinical Mental Health Counselor
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant
  • Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
  • Psychiatrist
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • Addiction Medicine Physician

Behavioral Health Workforce Recruitment Contact in New Jersey:

Marisol Meyers
New Jersey Office of Primary Care and Rural Health
Tel: 609-913-5362
marisol.meyer@doh.nj.gov  

J-1 Visas in New Jersey

J-1 Visas in New Jersey

If you want to obtain a J-1 Visa Waiver in New Jersey, here’s what you need to do:

  1. Start your job search about 18 months prior to when you want to start working.
  2. Find a job at an eligible J-1 site in our state. You can search for J-1 eligible jobs on 3RNET. Start your J-1 job search in New Jersey now.
  3. Connect with the J-1 contact to ask questions and learn about additional steps you may need to take.

There is no timeline for submission of J-1 Visa Waiver and H1-B applications in New Jersey. These applications are accepted year round. The opportunities for physicians are very limited and we do not provide direct recruitment services for candidates.

Specialties are considered for placement in the State Designated Children Hospitals and New Jersey Trauma Hospitals for J-1 and H1-B applicants. New Jersey does participate in the State Conrad 30 program which has several slots available.

This office primary focus is licensed ambulatory care positions for federal qualified health centers. This Department policy is completely discretionary, voluntary and may be modified or terminated at any time. The submission of a complete waiver package to the Department does not ensure that the Department will recommend a waiver. In all instances, the Department reserves the right to recommend or decline any request for a waiver.

To request a State of New Jersey Conrad 30 waiver recommendation letter, candidates need to:

  1. Apply for a J-1 Visa waiver through the U.S. Department of State
  2. Get a waiver review case number from U.S. Department of State
  3. Complete an application which is obtained on our web page; and
  4. Send the application and all required information to:

Linda D. Anderson, Project Director
New Jersey Depatment of Health and Senior Services, Office of Primary Care

New Jersey J-1 Visa Waiver / Conrad 30 Program

The Department 's policy is completely discretionary, voluntary and may be modified or terminated at any time. The submission of a complete waiver package to the Department does not ensure that the Department will recommend a waiver. In all instances, the Department reserves the right to recommend or decline any request for a waiver.

 

J-1 Visa Contact in New Jersey:

Omolola Taiwo
New Jersey Office of Primary Care and Rural Health
Tel: 609-292-1495
Omolola.Taiwo@doh.nj.gov 

Health Care Employers in New Jersey

Health Care Employers in New Jersey

You'll find jobs on 3RNET from these types of health care employers in New Jersey:

  • Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs)
  • Community Health Centers (CHCs)
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)
  • National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment sites
  • National Health Service Corps Scholar sites
  • Rural Health Clinics (RHCs)
Job Resources for New Jersey

Job Resources for New Jersey

We’re here to help. 3RNET has several resources for health professionals searching for a job:

New Jersey's state-specific job resources for health care professionals:

For New Jersey Employers

For New Jersey Employers

If you’re a health care employer in New Jersey and you’d like to post your jobs on 3RNET, please fill out our employer application form which will be sent to the New Jersey Network Coordinator.

If you have specific questions about using 3RNET in New Jersey, please contact 3RNET’s New Jersey Network Coordinator.