Tumour Steam Coordinators (Cancer Tracker)

Tumour Steam Coordinators (Cancer Tracker)
Company:

Northland District Health Board (Whangarei)



Area:

Nurses

Tumour Steam Coordinators (Cancer Tracker)

Details of the offer

Northland District Health Board advocates for affirmative action and actively seeks Maori into our workforce to reflect the community we serve.
We are seeking dynamic highly organised registered nurses to work as Tumour Stream Coordinators. There are two part time positions - 0.5FTE working 20 hours per week, and 0.4FTE working 16 hours per week.
Key attributes:
• Well-developed communication skills: with patients, their families and the inter-disciplinary/medical teams
• Confidence with computer based systems for patient management
• Positive, adaptable, flexible and motivated.
• Committed to high standards of patient focused clinical care and a desire to grow and develop.
The ability to work closely with the Faster Cancer Treatment Clinical Nurse Specialists is essential.
Vacancy No: NS20-086
Closes: 29 May 2020


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