An exciting opportunity awaits an experienced Assistant Nurse Director Hematology/Oncology in Washington, DC. This award winning hospital is searching for an Oncology Nurse Leader to join their highly trained, friendly, and compassionate team.
As the largest health care provider in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., metro area, this short term acute care facility is consistently recognized regionally and nationally for excellence in medical care. The 300+ bed non-profit hospital was the first hospital in Washington, D.C., to receive Magnet recognition for demonstrating excellence in nursing care. Since then, it has been re-designated three times given the outstanding commitment and dedication to patients from the world-class nursing staff. The Assistant Nurse Director Hematology/Oncology will be joining a team of hardworking, skilled, and caring professionals. The patient population of this unit includes all hematologic diseases and cancers (leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma, ITP), autologous PBSC transplant patients, oncologic solid tumor, and a wide range of medical diagnoses.
The Assistant Nurse Director Hematology/Oncology assumes 24 hour administrative authority and responsibility for the management and direction of the operational, personnel, and financial activities of a specified unit or procedural area. These functions are coordinated with the Executive Staff, Hospital Leadership, Medical Staff and others and are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and the hospital's mission, vision, and core values.
- Education/Training: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing. Bachelor's degree or higher in Nursing required. A Master's degree in Nursing preferred, and/or equivalent in experience and/or continuing education. Professional Certification in Nursing Administration preferred.
- Experience: A minimum of four years experience preferred to include: one year of related clinical experience and a minimum of two years progressive supervisory/management experience in an acute care facility. Experience in a University Teaching Hospital preferred.
- License/Certification/Registration: Current D.C. license as a Registered Professional Nurse. BLS required.
- Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; expert knowledge of nursing principles, practices and skills; performance improvement principles, expertise in clinical area for which application is made. Demonstrates strong leadership skills and the ability to function independently. Competent in computer skills. Member of a recognized National Nursing Organization.
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The health care organization is eager and excited to welcome the new team member and will offer a competitive salary and generous benefits to the ideal candidate. Apply today to make a significant difference and join a reputable organization!