MUST-HAVES/WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
• Valid California Registered Nurse license • Minimum of three years experience as RN in acute care environment in cancer/oncology that demonstrates progressive responsibility.
• Current American Heart Association BLS/BCLS certification.
• Track record of partnering effectively with both medical staff and non nursing departments
• Track record of developing and mentoring others while creating an environment for learning and growth
• Masters degree highly preferred
• Previous management experience highly preferred
• Previous management experience in a unionized environment strongly preferred
• Unit specific specialty certifications preferred JOB
• Responsible for coordination of patient care, policy development, data collection and analysis of process for all aspects of cancer program.
• Monitors patient status, compliance, education, and program requirements to ensure compliance with all regulations.
• Maintains practice standards according to California Nurse Practice Act, ANA Scope of Practice and ANA Work Ethics, The Joint Commission and all other regulatory agencies.
• Acts as a role model by demonstrating compliance with Code of Conduct.
• Utilization of the nursing process when making decisions related to patient care is essential.
• Under the direction of the Executive Director Inpatient Services manages, develops and coordinates the Commission on Cancer, Cancer Program, directs and supervises all functions and activities, develops policy/procedures/protocols to meet standards and regulations as appropriate.
• Collects/supervises and monitors data collection, process and outcomes of cancer program.
• Works collaboratively with hospital partnerships, such as the City of Hope and Kaiser.
We are a full-service 420-bed, not-for-profit, acute care, medical and surgical hospital. Serving the community for 60 years, our is the preeminent healthcare facility for our district’s nearly 1.2 million residents. We’re a Level II trauma center, Advanced Primary Stroke Receiving Center, STEMI center and Baby-Friendly facility. We receive more than 218,000 patient visits each year, deliver 5,400 babies and treat nearly 1,000 trauma patients.