Working at Cooper: Stories From Our Critical Care Techs

Cooper University Health Care is the leading academic health care system in South Jersey. Our trauma experts save lives. Cooper University Hospital is southern New Jersey’s only Level 1 Trauma Center, and its Children’s Regional Hospital is the only Level II Pediatric Trauma Center in the Delaware Valley.

We spoke with some of our team to learn about their careers and work with our Critical Care Techs at Cooper, and we hope their stories will inspire you to learn more and join us today. Find all of our available opportunities at jobs.cooperhealth.org.


“If you’re looking for an institution that provides growth and opportunity, that’s Cooper.” -Walter Faber


“Since this is a teaching hospital, its so comfortable working here because it feels like everybody wants to teach you things. You learn a lot by working here.” -Jeremy Witcher


“The opportunities are endless for you. You can get as much out of it as you put into it.” -Jennifer Pennington


“To be successful as a Critical Care Tech at Cooper, you really need to be empathetic, but you also really need to be supportive, because not only are you helping the patients, you’re also helping your other staff.” -Brent Samuelson


At Cooper University Health Care, our commitment to providing extraordinary health care begins with our team. Our extraordinary professionals are continuously discovering clinical innovations and enhanced access to the most up-to-date facilities, equipment, technologies, and research protocols. We have a commitment to our employees by providing competitive rates and compensation, comprehensive employee benefits programs, attractive working conditions, and the chance to build and explore a career opportunity by offering professional development.

Please feel free to refer a friend to these openings! To see additional opportunities available at Cooper and to apply, please visit jobs.cooperhealth.org.

Cooper University Health Care is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, age, religion, disabilities, marital status, protected Veteran status, national origin, or any other category protected by federal or state law.

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