The WVU Cancer Institute is growing and we're looking for Nurse Managers at the following locations: J.W. Ruby Memorial and Reynolds Memorial Hospital!
WVU Medicine’s cancer services are available in several West Virginia cities, including Morgantown, Glen Dale, Parkersburg, and Martinsburg, as well as in Oakland, Maryland. The WVU Cancer Institute team has touched the lives of thousands of patients each year through these locations and other efforts, such as education of the next generation of scientists, as well as area citizens in cancer prevention. No matter where you receive care, the WVU Cancer Institute is committed to the highest quality cancer treatment, research, education, and service efforts. Cancer care in our state is unmistakably and clearly identified with West Virginia University. The excellent faculty and staff associated with these programs are strong and effective, working as a unified team against cancer across the state.
This position manages, coordinates, and evaluates all elements of financial, material and human resources in the provision of nursing care to assigned groups of patients in accordance with the service and missions of the institution.
Visit wvumedicine.org/careers to review a detailed job description.
Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing required.
Current license to practice Registered Professional Nursing in West Virginia. Must be obtained prior to starting.
Four years nursing experience with at least two years management experience required.
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience
WVU Medicine unites the physicians and scientists of theWest Virginia University Health Sciences Center with thehospitals, clinics, and health professionals of the West VirginiaUniversity Health System. Together, they are a national leaderin patient safety and quality, and are unified and driven by anunbridled passion to provide the most advanced healthcarepossible to the people of West Virginia a...nd beyond. WVUMedicine includes the physicians, specialists, and subspecialistsof the West Virginia University School of Medicine;the affiliated schools of the WVU Health Sciences Center;four community hospitals; three critical access hospitals; anda children’s hospital, all anchored by a 645-bed academic medical center that offers tertiary and quaternary care.