APP Leader Inpatient Hem Onc Job Req 90175
| Advanced Practice Leader
| Hem Onc BMT
90175 - This is a great opportunity for a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with leadership and management experience to assume clinical and administrative leadership responsibilities in the Hematology/Oncology Unit of this leading academic children's hospital in the Pacific Northwest area of the U.S. The Pediatric Nurse Leader in this position has 24 hour accountability for the clinical and administrative activities of the Unit. Their role is to supervise nurse practitioners and physician assistants, ensuring the delivery of high-quality, family-centered and customer-focused care for infants, children, teens and young adults with blood disorders and cancer (hematology/oncology.
Supervise advanced practice providers, NP and PA, in the Hematology Oncology Inpatient Unit
Develop and coordinate clinical orientation, continued competency and professional development for the Hematology Oncology team
Provide direct care with primary responsibility for the clinical management of Hematology Oncology patients
Serve as a role model for excellent clinical practice and continuous advancement of knowledge and skills
Obtain patient histories, perform physical examinations, order perform and interpret diagnostic tests, prescribe medication and develop treatment plans
Modify job descriptions, conduct performance appraisals, develop and conduct H/O staff orientation and performance improvement initiatives
Direct or participate in case management and continuing care of patients
Consult and collaborate with other members of the healthcare team, referring as necessary
Additional focus of this role includes quality initiatives, regulatory compliance, and fiscal responsibility
Master's Degree in Advanced Practice Nursing with a concentration in pediatric, family or neonatal nurse practitioner program, required
Current Washington state RN license, required
Current BLS certification, required (or current PALS and.or PEARS certification will be accepted)
Current national nurse practitioner certification, required
Active DEA registration, required
Three years of work experience in a pediatric oncology clinical area, required
Management experience in hematology/oncology and infusion services, required
Extensive experience in a health care management role, preferred
Five years of experience in a Hematology Oncology nurse practitioner role, preferred
Board certified pediatric oncologists at this academic children's hospital are national leaders in providing expert diagnosis, treatment and unique patient care for children with a wide range of cancers, tumors and all types of blood disorders who come to them from around the world for treatment. This 250 bed leading academic children's hospital is named number 5 on the Honor Roll of U.S News & World Report's Best Children's Hospitals for 2016-17, and it is ranked number 6 in the U.S. for pediatric cancer treatment. It has achieved Magnet status for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice, and has earned the Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence. Don't miss this leadership opportunity to join a medical institution with the highest quality of care as its standard, operating in a city that exemplifies all of the finer aspects of the Pacific Northwest lifestyle. Professional sports teams, culture, fine dining, year around outdoor sports and activities for families and great shopping are just a few of the reasons people love living there!
For more information, please contact Melnic Consulting Group, Jill Gilliland, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 886-7906. Thank you.