Chief Nursing Officer in Cancer Care / Assistant Dean
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This Nursing Officer in Cancer Care (CNOCC) position for the UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center will report directly to the of the UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center and to the Dean of Practice and Engagement at the School of Nursing. This position is an Assistant Dean (Oncology Nursing) in the UT Health Nursing Clinical Enterprise. Faculty rank will be determined by experience and scholarship. Ninety percent effort will be dedicated to the practice and operational administrative role and 10% to the faculty role (phased in and/or expanded as determined by the School of Nursing Dean and of the UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center). This position will identify and implement clinical nursing standards for oncology nursing. The CNOCC will develop and work towards an integrated education and practice environment with the School of Nursing creating opportunities for nursing practice, scholarship and research in an effort to become a national model for oncology nursing care.
*The candidate will be required to:*
* Create an organizational structure for nursing at the UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center in an effort to provide integrated interprofessional, patient centered oncology care.
* Develop a nursing management team to meet the mission of the UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center.
* Develop a program for hiring, mentoring and retaining a professional nursing team.
* Create performance standards and peer review methodologies.
* Increase the number ONS certified RNs and ongoing continuing education in oncology nursing.
* Oversee development of quality improvement activities, patient and family education programs and palliative care and survivorship programs.
* Work with faculty and doctoral students to develop a research agenda for UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center nursing.
* Maintain Opportunities to teach and mentor doctoral students.
The successful candidate will have:
* A minimum of 10 progressive administrative experience.
* ONS National Certification.
* A ’s degree in nursing, doctorate preferred.
* Current Texas license to practice nursing. (Must show proof prior to appointment date.)
* Evidence of emerging national recognition for clinical practice and professional service.
* Evidence of scholarship in oncology nursing and executive nursing management.
*A submission will be considered complete when the following attachments are included:*
* Letter outlining interest and experience.
* Current Curriculum vitae.
* Names and contact information for three references; one must be a recent supervisor. (References will not be contacted without the candidate’s permission.)
* *An original transcript of terminal degree mailed to:*