A National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center
Norris Cotton Cancer Center offers cancer-related positions across the spectrum of clinical care, research endeavors, and administration. Norris Cotton Cancer Center also offers training programs for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, through which students can participate in cancer research in the basic, clinical, or prevention sciences, guided by experienced scientists.
Clinical Nurse Specialist - Oncology
Full-time, Day Shift Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
As the Oncology Clinical Specialist (OCS) the chosen candidate will play a critical role in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of new ways to care for adults with cancer. This role functions as an expert clinician and patient advocate and will provide direct care for patients with complex cancer-related problems while working to improve cost-effective patient outcomes by advancing the oncology nursing practice. The OCS uses evidence-based practice to effect positive changes in the health of and healthcare delivered to patients with a past, current, or potential diagnosis of cancer..
In this role, the OCS will report to the Administrative Directors for the Office of Professional Nursing and the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. You will work with a partner OCS, nurse educator, and a team of oncology nursing professionals across the cancer nursing service line including inpatient, ambulatory, radiation oncology, regional sites and bone marrow and stem cell transplant populations. You will partner with nursing operations to integrate and support professional practice and development through participation in nursing research, education, informatics, quality and patient safety, professional development, Magnet© and shared governance. This position will establish and maintain collaborative relationships with all patient care disciplines and promote professional behaviors and standards while supporting organizational imperatives and promoting an environment of patient and family centered care.
Qualifications include a Master’s in Nursing with a major in a specialty area of clinical nursing (or matriculated into a Master’s program). CNS/CNL/MSN-APRN. Advanced certification in a specialty area is desirable. Applicants must be currently registered to practice nursing in NH or be eligible and have demonstrated experience in clinical leadership and education.
Outpatient Nurse Manager – Hematology/Oncology Infusion
As the Outpatient Nurse Manager, the chosen candidate will join our growing Cancer Center. You will work in a fast-paced dynamic environment. The ideal candidate will demonstrate flexibility and creativity in leadership style and have the skills necessary to lead a team that specializes in state-of-of-the-art treatments. The ideal candidate will possess the ability to develop and implement new programs and services and work as a team player to service our patients to the best of your ability. Qualified applicants will be a licensed Registered Nurse and have a BSN with a minimum of 3 years of previous oncology experience. The chosen candidate must have demonstrated success with the supervision of others and excellent communication skills required.
Interested Candidates, please contact:
Brenda Howard, PHR
Nurse Recruitment Team
Depending on the nature of the position, the position may be offered by either Dartmouth-Hitchcock or The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. If you are not sure which entity is offering the position, be sure to check the job listings for both.
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