Oncology Infusion Registered Nurse (RN) Manager needed facilitate the day-to-day operations of a busy Cancer Center on the Southern Oregon Coast. This position oversees RN staffing and performance, patient scheduling/flow in conjunction with Providers and staff; patient safety, quality and satisfaction; and interdisciplinary teamwork.
Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
401K + Generous Employer Match
2 Weeks of Vacation Per Year
Paid Holidays/Sick Days
Overview of Job Duties…
Oversees daily operation of Oncology Infusion and collaborates with providers and staff to ensure effective patient care.
Develops Infusion schedules, ensuring daily staffing needs are met.
Serves as a clinical resource for staff and as a direct caregiver to Cancer Center patients.
Rounds with RN staff, providers and other staff; initiates focused rounds when indicated and upon request.
Attends/contributes to staff, Physician and organization-wide committees as appropriate. (The Joint Commission, Oncology Nursing Practice Council).
Oversees time and attendance of staff, including disciplinary action related to punctuality and absences.
Assists with selection and manages training of department staff.
Evaluates staff performance.
Accountable for rewarding, mentoring and coaching of staff.
Collaborates with Administrator in documentation and delivery of formal staff evaluations to establish performance improvement plans, including any subsequent performance improvement plans or disciplinary actions.
Identifies opportunities for improvement in department related to patient care flow and processes.
Collaborates with Administrator to develop and implement departmental budgets, including capital and operations.
Establishes and promotes a culture of safety.
Promotes positive patient experience.
Gathers data needed to evaluate progress toward established quality/performance improvement goals.
Designated EHR point person to provide support to system users. This includes system/software upgrades; process improvements; patient safety requests; and provides loop closures for submitted help desk tickets.
Prepare patients for chemotherapy through education and explanation.
Administer chemotherapy and immunotherapy medications.
Positive, effective leadership and team building skills.
The ability to exercise good judgment and demonstrate effective critical thinking.
The flexibility to adapt and prioritize multiple responsibilities concurrently.
Work effectively under stress and frequently changing job requirements/situations.
Demonstrate effective response to patient crisis/emergency situations.
Maintain regular, consistent and punctual attendance.
Demonstrate a commitment to ongoing professional development.
Unrestricted Oregon RN Licensure, or Ability to Apply for Oregon License
Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN)
Basic Life Support (BLS); or American Heart Association Basic Life Support (AHA BLS); or able to obtain within 60 days of hire
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) or Related Field – Or Currently Working to Complete Program Preferred.
Two-Years Managerial or Leadership Experience within the past five (5) years.
Five-Years of Recent Clinical Experience in Oncology Nursing.
Strong Background in State and Federal Healthcare Regulations Preferred.
Life is Better at the Beach!
The Oregon coast is a wonderful place where you’ll find the perfect work/life balance. It's all right here:
Nurses are highly respected members of the community.
You can work all day and still have time to play afterwards!
Adventure awaits in your own backyard: Camping, Surfing, Kayaking, Hiking, Cycling and more.
Amenities that larger cities offer, but without the traffic!
Bay Area Cancer Center is operated under a unique partnership formed between North Bend Medical Center and Bay Area Hospital. Our providers are dedicated to giving their patients world class treatment close to home. Our Facility offers three Medical Oncologists and one Nurse Practitioner, as well as one Radiation Oncologist. Our recently remodeled facility, located on the Bay Area Hospital campus, offers modern, sophisticated cancer treatment in a comprehensive, one-stop environment. With up-to-date facilities, board-certified physicians, and a professional, compassionate staff, we provide the same treatment protocols as much larger facilities.