Professional Practice Specialist-Oncology
Posted on May 18, 2019 by Care New England Corporate HR
The Professional Practice Specialist demonstrates excellence in clinical nursing by serving as a professional role model, consultant, and resource in the development of clinical nursing practice. Assesses, plans, designs, organizes, implements and evaluates the staff development and educational activities to address identified or anticipated needs of learners.
- Masters Degree required, Master's Degree in Nursing (MSN) preferred; Bachelors of Science in Nursing with work-in-progress toward MSN degree will be considered.
- Must have and maintain current licensure in the State of Rhode Island.
- A minimum of five years of clinical experience with a minimum of two years current experience in specialty nursing area, to be evaluated by supervisor.
- Have and maintain certifications required for clinical area, which may include ACLS certified, BLS certified, NRP certified. (If, NRP is required for clinical area, must obtain instructor status within the first year of employment). Certification in specialty area is desirable.
- Excellent human relations and communication skills required., Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation computer software required. Teaching experience is highly desirable.
The Care New England Health System is proud to offer high-quality benefit programs based on eligibility and organization.
- Medical insurance.
- Dental insurance.
- Life insurance.
- Paid time off (vacation, sick, holiday, personal).
- Pension plan.
- Tuition assistance
- Bank at work programs.
- Discounts on special events.
- Employee activities.
- Education seminars.
- Mileage reimbursement.
CNE is reinventing the way health care is delivered, partnering with our patients to provide the best care possible while working to create a community of healthier people.
It is the policy of CNE to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, gender, sexual
orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, genetic information, veterans status or disability.