Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
The Oncology Clinical Specialist/Nurse Practitioner acts as a leader within the Clinical portfolio and throughout the organization, demonstrating clinical expertise to develop and implement projects, advocating for the clinical membership, representing ONS nationally and globally, and promoting the ONS Vision and Strategic Objectives. The ideal candidate is a CRNP who is currently active in the practice of oncology and would like to complement his or her clinical duties with a role that offers opportunity to impact the greater community of oncology nursing. The schedule would require 20 hours per week to include two 8-hour days and the remaining 4 hours are flexible in the same work week.This is a remote/virtual position.
Plans, develops, implements, and evaluates clinical projects utilizing evidence from research and practice. Directs program development and evaluation by working with project teams (internal and external).
Guides clinical practice through dissemination of clinical knowledge and serving as a subject matter expert. Critiques content and supporting images to assure clinical relevance and accuracy. Contributes to the development and revision of ONS programming, standards, guidelines and care resources.
Acts as a Provider Unit Nurse Planner to ensure that all continuing education programs within the accredited provider unit meet the operational requirements and educational design criteria of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC) and the Nursing Professional Development: Scope and Standards of Practice. Ensures adherence to ONS Commercial Support policies.
Serves as a technical editor, assuring content is current and based on evidence. Interprets oncology nursing and cancer care trends, making recommendations to ONS leadership for inclusion and the development of projects and programs to support the strategic plan.
Represents oncology nursing ethics via collaboration with internal and external partners, presentations at national meetings, mentoring project team leaders and members, and working with subject matter experts.
Performs quantitative and qualitative analyses of programming and systems to evaluate if programs are aligned with the project plan, meeting customer needs, and business requirements.
Ensures the development of accurate documentation and identifies solutions for improvement.
Master’s degree in nursing required. DNP preferred. 3-5 years of current clinical oncology experience, trend analysis, group/volunteer leadership and/or management experience required. Experience in educational programming, and proposal writing preferred.
ONS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Internal Number: OCS112818
About Oncology Nursing Society
The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is a professional association of more than 39,000 members committed to promoting excellence in oncology nursing and the transformation of cancer care. We set the gold standard for oncology nursing education through our conferences, online courses, peer-reviewed journals, and research.
As the largest international community of oncology nurses, we leverage our evidence-based expertise to foster members who are advocates for patient care. Since 1975, we've built an oncology nursing workforce that is a strong, proactive voice in the healthcare field, improving quality of life and outcomes for individuals with cancer and their caregivers.