Please give a brief summary of the department and this position. (The summary should include a short statement of the main purpose of the job, level of accountability, supervision given/received, complexity and diversity of the unit(s) supervised (if any), independence of decision-making, confidentiality status, and contacts).
The Clinic Coordinator, Oncology is a registered nurse who is accountable for effective coordination of the Lung Cancer patient across multiple settings including diagnostic, treatment and follow/up phases of care. The Clinic Coordinator, Oncology systematically triages patients based upon clinical problems and educational needs, provides coordination of care for the Lung Cancer patient, and is also a resource to clinic staff in regard to the direct provision of care.
The Clinic Coordinator, Oncology is an active member of the multidisciplinary team and collaborates in the development, execution and evaluation of the multidisciplinary plan of care. He/She considers factors related to ethics, safety, effectiveness and cost in planning and delivering care.
The Clinic Coordinator, Oncology establishes goals and strategies for meeting the continuing care needs of the patient, family, and/or other care provider. He/She provides care in collaboration with other nursing staff members. He/she works with clinical research personnel to integrate research into patient care.
The Clinic Coordinator, Oncology utilizes research findings in cancer and participates in clinical trials for this patient population. He/She demonstrates knowledge of and participates in improving organizational performance activities. The nurse coordinator acquires and maintains knowledge in Lung Cancer nursing practice and assumes responsibility for the professional development of self, other nursing staff and students.
The Clinic Coordinator, Oncology works with the team to assure that systems of care are in place for patients to move across the continuum of care. This includes development of patient care protocols, order sets, and systems that allow care to take place in an effective and efficient manner. Also puts systems in place to evaluate the effectiveness of patient care.
1. BSN required.
2. Masters degree preferred.
1. Two years relevant oncology clinical experience preferred.
Licenses & Certifications:
1. RN in state of Wisconsin required.
2. CPR certification required.
Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:
1. Knowledge regarding quality improvement and standards of care within practice area.
2. Experience in teaching patient and families.
3. Excellent communication and organizational skills.
Physical Requirements: Sedentary- able to lift up to 10#
This is a Non-Represented position and falls into Pay Grade 8N. The salary range begins at $61,554 per year. Education, experience, tenure and internal equity may be taken into consideration when job offers are extended.
100% (40 hours per week), Monday through Friday, Day shift. Evening and weekend rotations may be required. Hours may vary based on operational needs of the department.
This position is in the "Authority Non-Rep" Benefits package. UWHC employees enjoy competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefit package.
- Vacation (15 days) // (Pro-rated for part-time employees)
- Legal Holidays (9 days) // (pro-rated for part-time employees)
- Sick Leave (12 days/year) // (pro-rated for part-time employees)
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- Retirement (covered in the Wisconsin Retirement system on day 1)
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Worker's Compensation
- Tax-Sheltered Annuities (TSA)
- Employee Reimbursement Accounts (ERA)
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Who We Are...
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics is a 566 bed facility that ranks among the finest academic medical centers in the United States. Frequently cited in publications listing the nation's best health care providers, UW Hospital and Clinics is recognized as a national leader in fields such as cancer treatment, pediatrics, ophthalmology, surgical specialties and organ transplantation.
UW Hospital and Clinics offers:
-More than 900 active medical staff and more than 80 outpatient clinics.
-Six intensive care units (trauma and life support, pediatric, cardiac, cardiothoracic, burn, neurosurgery) with 83 total beds .
-Nine satellite locations .
-One of only two organizations in Wisconsin with designated level One Adult and Pediatric trauma centers.
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