Summit Medical Group, a for-profit physician-owned and governed multi-specialty medical group founded in 1929 is the premier multi-specialty group practice in New Jersey. SMG’s group-practice model is enduring, efficient and the ideal approach for delivering state-of-the-art, compassionate, optimal and convenient care to patients throughout the New Jersey/New York metropolitan area.
Under the direction of the Regional Director of Clinical Education, successful candidate will teach, orient, and coach employees responsible for various aspects of nursing care associated with oncology patients. Along with serving as a consultant for clinical nursing practice, you will assess and validate clinical competencies, as well as collaborate with organizational multidisciplinary teams and clinical leadership to keep clinical oncology staff current on patient care, education, and the promotion of patient safety.
Implementing educational initiatives that align with Summit Medical Groups mission, vision, and values.
Maintaining current knowledge of system and application functionality including upgrades, enhancements, and new roll outs that need to be included in staff training and education.
Developing, implementing, and evaluating clinical education programs and policies according to best practice and regulatory guidelines for oncology.
Serving as a mentor and performance consultant for clinical oncology staff and promoting education and development to employees with various clinical and educational backgrounds.
Designing sound educational programs that address clinical oncology needs and outlines well-constructed educational objectives.
Implementing strategies using appropriate teaching methods to address the unique learning styles of the clinical oncology staff.
Creating an engaging and positive learning environment when presenting educational programs, as well as delivering content that is organized and evidence-based.
Orienting and socializing new oncology nurses and continuing to assess their learning needs in collaboration with the leadership team. Providing plans, monitoring progress and promoting professional growth.
Assessing patterns and trends in performance and developing an action plan to address gaps in clinical operations.
Validating competencies based on performance standards, maintaining documentation, and providing constructive feedback and reinforcement.
Communicating oncology staff’s progress and recommendations for improvement to the leadership team, including the Office Supervisor, Clinical Coordinator or Clinical Director. Utilizing evaluation feedback to improve the quality of future educational programs.
Collaborating and participating on various clinical committees to share oncology specific expertise and share recommendations to provide the highest quality care to oncology patients.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing, Masters’ degree in Nursing preferred
Current State of New Jersey Professional Nursing License (RN)
Certification in Oncology Nursing; Certification in Chemo and Biotherapy; BLS
At least 5 years of clinical nursing experience in oncology
Knowledge of global and oncology specific policies, procedures and regulatory standards
Current driver’s license required
Ability to travel between office sites 50-70% (Florham Park, Berkeley Heights, Fair Lawn, Clifton and New Providence)
Superior multitasking abilities
We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and a dynamic working
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