Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
Job Facility: UNC REX Hospital
The UNC REX Cancer Care Manager of Oncology Nursing serves as the principal leader of nursing practice for all UNC REX Cancer Care Nurses and clinical staff (MA’s, CMA’s, NA’s) with a direct reporting relationship to the Executive Director, UNC REX Cancer Care and an indirect reporting relationship to the UNC REX Chief Nursing officer.
Maintains an environment of safety for patients, self and others and supports patient safety initiatives.
The UNC REX Cancer Care Manager of Oncology Nursing (“Manager”) Plans, organizes and directs nursing services for UNC REX Cancer Care, including Rex Hematology Oncology, Rex Radiation Oncology, UNC REX Gyn Oncology, at all UNC REX Cancer Care locations and serves as the liaison for the provision of those same services in the Inpatient setting.
The manager ensures the highest standards of nursing care through the selection and development of RN Team Leads, Charge Nurses, Nurse Preceptors and the UNC REX Cancer Care Nursing Clinical Educator.
Collaborates with physicians, clinical educators, RN team leads, practice managers and Cancer Center leadership on clinical workflows and identified clinical issues.
Provides direction to ensure the uniform and consistent delivery of highest standards for quality patient care based on established regulatory, professional and organizational standards.
Maintains proficiency about current practice standards in oncology and ambulatory nursing. Utilizes this knowledge to lead performance improvement activities and create excellent patient experiences.
Schedules and performs patient rounds at all sites to monitor and evaluate the quality and appropriateness of nursing care.
Collaborates with UNC REX Cancer Care Managers in the completion of annual evaluations of nursing competence.
Manages the administration of the Professional Development and Advancement Program for Nurses for the Cancer Center including receipt and review of advancement portfolios, communication and support with Cancer Center nurses on the requirements of the Program, coaching and direction as appropriate, and other related functions
Directs the activities of the Cancer Center Clinical Educator Cancer Center, RN team leads, and in conjunction with Cancer Center administrative leadership, leads the development, implementation and expansion of learning opportunities and skills development for all Cancer Center clinical staff.
This includes the development and maintenance of effective and efficient nursing care delivery models that reflect patient and family centered care across the continuum.
Collaborate with RN team leads, practice managers and cancer center leadership in determining the clinical budgetary recommendations including the nursing personnel and patient care materials necessary for provision of care.
Ensure UNC REX Cancer Care nurses attain and maintain required certifications and abide by the standards for care established by our organization, state and federal laws, and accreditation and certification bodies.
In coordination with the UNC REX Cancer Care Clinical Educator, develop programs for the effective recruitment, orientation, training and retention of Cancer Center nurses and clinical staff to meet the staffing needs of the Cancer Center
Recommend, develop and implement clinical policies for the delivery of safe care and treatment to Cancer Center patients.
Collaborates with similar departments within UNCHS to ensure EHR clinical workflows/screens are congruent across sites.
Four or more years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
BSN and Master’s degree in nursing required.
RN NC License and OCN required. OCN , RN NC LIC
Raleigh, North Carolina
Internal Number: ONC005NU
About UNC Health Care
UNC Health Care is a not-for-profit integrated health care system owned by the state of North Carolina and based in Chapel Hill. Originally established Nov. 1, 1998, by N.C.G.S. 116-37, UNC Health Care currently comprises UNC Hospitals and its provider network, the clinical programs of the UNC School of Medicine, and eleven affiliate hospitals and hospital systems across the state.