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Nurse Educator, Oncology
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
Newark, NJ

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, the largest hospital in Newark and one of the state's largest teaching hospitals, has an opening for a Nurse Educator within the Oncology department at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.

The Nurse Educator, Oncology is a registered professional nurse who has the expertise in education and/or specific area of nursing practice, and is based in a nursing division of service. He/she must be able to assess data relevant to the learner's progress and interpret the appropriate information necessary to develop group and individual learning plans. This key team member is considered to be a clinical expert when positioned in a practice setting with abilities to foster the clinical development of the staff that she/he guides. The Nurse Educator, Oncology will be responsible to assess the educational needs of the staff on an on-going basis and to serve as a resource/coach for the nursing staff, educators, APNs, Management, and other healthcare providers.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. Master's Degree is preferred.
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
  • Current NJ RN licensure.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in Oncology.
  • Certification in area of Oncology.
  • Maintains ACLS, PALS, NRP as appropriate. BLS Certification is required.

To learn more and apply online, please visit:

About Newark Beth Israel Medical Center:

A 669-bed regional care, teaching hospital founded in 1901, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center (NBIMC) has more than 760 physicians providing comprehensive health care services to its local communities and is a major referral and treatment center for patients throughout the northern New Jersey metropolitan area.

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is among a select group of organizations that have set national benchmarks for quality patient care, patient safety and hospital efficacy, representing a highly significant achievement and a true culture of performance improvement. Newark Beth Israel is home to Children's Hospital of New Jersey and The HEART HOSPITAL of New Jersey. Newark Beth Israel is a major teaching affiliate of Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York; New York College of Osteopathic Medicine; and St. George's University School of Medicine. Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is accredited by Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO); The American Osteopathic Association; the Cancer Commission of the American College of Surgeons; and The College of American Pathologists.

NBIMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
(Posted 8/18/17)


Hospital Services Coordinator
(Lancaster/Hershey Area)
Gift of Life Donor Program

The Region's Organ & Tissue Transplant Network

Job Summary:

This is an exceptional opportunity for a clinician, an experienced health care educator, marketing, or sales professional eager to partner with hospital staff to foster collaborative efforts and drive performance improvement aimed optimizing donation outcomes within an assigned portfolio of hospitals in the Lancaster/Hershey area. This position requires an individual who can:

  • Effectively cultivate and sustain professional relationships with hospital staff, especially physicians, nurses, executive leadership and other bedside care givers in the ICU and emergency department settings.
  • Affect behavioral changes in practice and improve organ and tissue donation outcomes, while ensuring standards of practice are in place.
  • Engage in strategic thinking, communicate effectively, and educate, influence and persuade others. Maintain Gift of Life's presence within the assigned portfolio of hospitals and conduct comprehensive hospital staff education.
  • Maintain Gift of Life's presence within the assigned portfolio of hospitals and conduct comprehensive hospital staff education.
  • Facilitate small and large group meetings, and conduct comprehensive case debriefings following every clinical interaction.
  • Engage physicians and other key influencers by utilizing data and creating an environment of mutual critique and ongoing dialogue surrounding the donation process and improvement efforts.

Qualification Requirements (Education, Experience, Skill, Knowledge & Ability):
Clinical experience/degree ideal, or Bachelor's degree in business, education, or a health care related field plus four years work experience in health care environment required. Successful candidates will:

  • Possess a record of demonstrated success in sales and marketing, customer relationship management and public speaking.
  • Utilize effective problem solving techniques to achieve objectives outlined in marketing plan without compromising donor referral base or relationships with physicians, nurses, and other hospital staff.
  • Organize and coordinate multiple projects and calendars of multiple individuals, and plan for contingencies, in a fast paced environment.
  • Perform quantitative and qualitative data analysis of assigned hospitals
  • Examine and effectively navigate organizational hierarchy and conduct needs assessment to develop effective strategies yielding desired results.
  • Engage in critical thinking, work independently and collaborate effectively with others.

Physical Demands/Work Hours:
Must be able to lift, push, pull items weighing 50 pounds or more; Travel by car throughout the region (3 hours by car) and out of the region, occasionally travel by air; Stand and sit for extended periods. Work at any hour necessary to meet needs of educational audiences.

For more information and to apply, click here.
(Posted 7/20/17)


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