Come work with scientists and physicians from Eastern Maine Medical Center, Jackson Laboratory and other hospitals and institutions.
In CancerCare of Maine, the Clinical Research Nurse will have the opportunity to assist patients through the important clinical trial experience by educating them about the trials, tracking and coordinating their care, consenting them to the trials and by reporting their health information to various research bases. The selected candidate will be challenged to continually learn, coordinate research directed care for patients while working closely with surgical, medical and radiation oncology patients and their providers.
Maine RN license
2 years oncology experience in an outpatient oncology setting or 5 years inpatient setting
Must be a strong patient advocate, have strong organizational skills, be motivated and self-directed and able to coordinate projects as directed.
Proficiency in Microsoft office, excel and access
Research experience preferred, oncology experience necessary.
We are an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, disability status, gender, sexual orientation, ancestry, protected veteran status, national origin, genetic information or any other legally protected status.
Eastern Maine Medical Center's goal is to be the employer of choice in Maine—a destination hospital, not just for patients but also for skilled healthcare professionals who seek to perform worthwhile work on a well-integrated team, and to make a difference in the life of their community. EMMC employs more than 3,600 people, performing an astounding variety of jobs. Walking the halls of our main ca...mpus, our sites at the Eastern Maine Healthcare Mall at Union Street and the Cianchette Building in Brewer, or our many primary care physician offices you will encounter highly skilled, productive, and conscientious employees doing the important work that keeps EMMC caring for the communities it serves every day. Visitors say the medical center approximates a small city in the variety of skills it takes to keep it operating well. Each employee has a part to play in the smooth delivery of the EMMC patient experience. Supervisors are trained to help those individuals understand their role in the big picture, and to let them know they are important. Compared to national averages for employee turnover, which are reported to be between 25 and 30 percent, our employee turnover rate is low at approximately 10 percent.