Clinical Nurse I - RN - Blood and Marrow Transplant - Nights
Location: NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
Responsibilities - CUMC
Define the future for oncology nursing.
The Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at NewYork-Presbyterian has embodied the highest level of oncology research and care for over 70 years. An International Center for Excellence in Bone Marrow Transplantation, ours is one of just 41 NCI-designated institutions in the United States.
From the creation of the world’s most successful cancer screening – the Pap Smear – to many widely-adopted advancements in post-operative pharmacotherapy, our center stands on a tradition of bold, patient-focused innovation. Today, myeloablative allogeneic transplants, bryostatin for relapsed leukemias, and other rare therapies are the hallmark of our practice and a continuation of pioneering heritage. Now, you can define the next distinguished chapter of oncological care:
Experience this once-in-a-career opportunity to shape the culture of an Ivy League-affiliated oncology unit. Your passion for safety and quality will be critical as you support our high-risk patient population. And your exceptional team-working skills will be vital as you partner with leading hemomalignancy specialists from New York’s top academic medical centers.
Explore your chance to mold a best-in-class allogeneic stem cell transplant program from the ground up, according to your evidence-based expertise. In this role, you’ll be essential to the delivery of high-quality care within our 18-bed state-of-the-art BMT unit, which is specifically designated for allogeneic stem cell transplant procedures. You’ll serve as a valuable clinical resource to patients, families and fellow nurses. And you will inspire your peers to perform and achieve at their highest level, creating a culture of excellence throughout the program.
The Clinical Nurse I is responsible for the direct provision of effective and comprehensive nursing care. This is a 12-hour night-shift RN position at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia Hospital.
Current New York State License as a Registered Nurse required. Graduate from an accredited School of Nursing. Bachelor's Degree in Nursing preferred. Minimum 1 year experience in an acute care setting is required.
BCLS certification for all nurses who provide direct patient care required. Additional certification may be required depending on unit as per Nursing By-Laws.
Bring your talents here, and receive unlimited professional support from the Patient Care Director and Program Manager. Enjoy benefits including hospital retirement contributions, tuition reimbursement, financial planning assistance and more. With patient and employee satisfaction scores at record-high levels, it’s an exciting time to join our team.
Equal Employment Opportunity
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
Job ID: 708435
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