Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers (RMCC) is Colorado's largest and most comprehensive provider of cancer care with 53 physicians, in more than 20 community-based locations across the state.
Our history is rich in forward thinking and best practice development. We were formed in 1992 when a group of independent medical oncology practices joined together to become a network of community-based clinic sites. This practice model has stood the test of time and continues to have proven clinical and economic benefit for patients, employers and payers today.
Why Choose Us
RMCC provides a coordinated, strategic approach to cancer care, which promotes optimal patient outcomes and survivorship through evidence based measures. We are a physician led and owned practice and value the collaborative relationships we have built with other organizations and physicians in our community. As an additional strength we are part of The US Oncology Network (USON), one of the nation's largest networks of integrated community-based oncology practices dedicated to advancing high-quality, evidence-based patient care.
We are seeking an experienced Clinical Educator to join an outstanding team that is passionate about providing exceptional care to our patients.
Scope: Develop and provides services related to the orientation, continuing education, and professional development of clinic staff. Design, deliver, and assess learning activities and curriculums related to clinical competencies, departmental/organizational policies, regulatory requirements, and the use of clinical information technologies. Adheres to the US Oncology Compliance Program, to include the Code of Ethics and Business Standards.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-Provide educational expertise to clinical staff to enhance oncology patient care within established clinical protocols. -Conduct studies to determine competency requirement for clinical positions; design and develop competency validation tools which tie to the training competency requirements. -Collaborate with medical providers, practice administrators, nursing leadership and clinical staff in the planning, implementation, and delivery of educational curricula. -Initiate clinical skills development programs within the parameters of established clinical and preceptorship models; monitor trends and implement educational strategies to ensure compliance with quality standards and parameters. -Consult with and serve as a clinical resource for clinical management to ensure quality patient care. -Educate technical and clinical staff in the use of new equipment, supplies, and instruments; coordinate in-service training and workshops for appropriate staff. -Ensure proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices. -Prepare and analyze various management reports related to the training program and consistently reports out to Leadership and Providers. -Perform training administration duties including maintaining history records, maintaining training requirements for each position, measuring the results of training programs, and producing reports. -Conduct annual needs assessment to assist in the prioritization of educational needs. -Keep current with industry trends in oncology nursing and practice management for the purpose of enhancing existing programs and developing new ones. -Compile and maintain clinical competency logs/records (check-off sheets) -Perform job-related duties as assigned.
Working knowledge of the use of established clinical and preceptorship models in the development of clinical education programs. Technical leadership skills within area of expertise. Advanced nursing skills, specifically in Oncology. Thorough knowledge and understanding of clinical protocols, procedures, and standards within area of nursing expertise. Highly developed verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present effectively to small and large groups. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively at all levels in a collaborative team environment.
Bachelors of Science in Nursing (MSN preferred) from an accredited program for professional nursing education from four-year college or university, business education courses preferred. Minimum seven year's oncology experience with at least four years' experience in clinical education/training. Current Colorado RN state license and current registration with the State Board of Nursing. Current OCN (or must obtain within 12 months of hire). All candidates are required to pass a drug screening and background check prior to hire.
This position will be required to travel to all locations as required.
The US Oncology Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Internal Number: MCKEA00878058
About US Oncology Network
The US Oncology Network believes local cancer care is better care. We empower the delivery of advanced integrated cancer care through our network of independent physicians who share expertise and resources to provide quality, value-based care close to home.
Our clinical and business support capabilities, expertise and industry-leading technologies keep local practices at the forefront of high quality, efficient care delivery while enabling practice success, quality of life and financial security for physicians.
- 25 years of oncology practice management expertise
- Leader in value-based cancer care with over 900 physicians participating in the Center for Medicaid and Medicare
- Innovation Oncology Care Model – one fourth of the entire population of physicians nationwide
- Over 1,400 affiliated physicians
- More than 450 cancer treatment center locations across the United States
- Over 995,000 patients treated annually