We are a small critical access hospital in Northern California looking for an oncology specialized nurse to work in our out patient clinic working with chemotherapy, complicated infusions, etc. Must Be chemotherapy certified and have a CA license PRINCIPAL JOB DUTIES: – Leads the planning of care and implementation of the nursing process – Plans unit scheduling, workflow, assignments, reviews work for accuracy – Identifies staff development needs and coordinates education through Chief of Patient Care Services and Staff Development – Instructs staff regarding policies and procedures and keeps unit current in regulatory requirements and continual readiness for surveys – Provides staff training and assistance as necessary – Participates in Performance Improvement program and participates in collection of data and implementation of improvement plans – Participates in inter-disciplinary meetings and committees to promote and ensure adjustment and continuity of patient care as assigned/requested – May make recommendations on policies and standards – May prepare reports – Assists in resolving charge discrepancies as directed QUALIFICATIONS: – Graduate of accredited school of registered nursing; BSN/MSN preferred – Current California RN license – Current ACLS and CPR certification required – Recent and current experience at MCDH preferred – Minimum two years RN experience with six months of direct patient care experience in Oncology/Chemotherapy nursing – Demonstrated ability to exhibit a high degree of professionalism and competency in their field – Current hospital approved Chemotherapy/Biotherapy certification required Position Urgency:Rapid Response Crisis