Registered Nurse Resident

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Job Location
Seattle, WA
Job Description

The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, SCCA) located in Seattle, Washington, is part of a dynamic collaboration among three organizations known nationally and internationally for their patient care and research: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, University of Washington, and Seattle Children's.

SCCA is committed to advancing nursing practice and to contributing to the future of the nursing profession. Over the past 25 years, these institutions have worked together to support their mission of adult and pediatric oncology patient care services, research and education. Join us and make a difference!

This is position designed for new graduate nurses who have worked at SCCA, or FHCFC, or UWMC and passed the NCLEX. The individual provides nursing care adapted to individual patient needs under the close and direct supervision of a preceptor. With the preceptor the resident nurse provides direct patient care, consults with physicians and other nurses, and implements clinical standards and is involved in directed curriculum of oncology educational activities.

Ability to operate, or learn to operate, unit-specific equipment as outlined in defined competencies. Skilled to work with a wide range of staff as part of an interdisciplinary team including physicians, nurses, and ancillary staff. Able to read, write, understand and communicate in English. Ability to complete mathematical calculation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, equivalencies). Must have knowledge of human growth and development to modify services to the age and development stage of the patient.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of patient privacy rights.

- Current Washington registered Nurse State License
- Oncology, or bone marrow transplant, or infusion experience preferred.
- 2 years of work history at FHCRC or SCCA

If interested, please apply online at

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