The Department of Neurological Surgery is seeking a full-time research Nurse Practitioner to assist in organizing an academic neuro-oncology program and to implement and manage clinical research studies to treat malignant brain tumors.
The selected candidate will work closely with investigators to recruit and screen interested patients, educate patients, ensure protocol compliance, monitor patients for treatment related toxicities, manage/collect data, and assist in drafting IRB & other regulatory documents. An outstanding opportunity exists to participate in all aspects of research planning and execution while developing a potential leadership role as the program expands.
Requires Master's degree plus 3-5 years of nursing experience in addition to a current New York State NP and RN license. Recent NP graduates are welcome to apply. Certification by ANCC, or AANP. DEA certification required.
Must be able to meet credentialing requirements by NYP.
Nurse with current New York State license and with several years of clinical experience. We are seeking a highly motivated, dependable, and detail oriented individual who can take creative initiative. Individual must be able to function independently, work as part of a closely-knit team, and have superior organization and communication skills (both oral and written). Strong managerial/administrative skills, including computer skills and interpersonal skills are needed with flexibility to perform tasks at various levels.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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Internal Number: 503784
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