The Swedish Cancer Institute is seeking full-time Hematology/Oncology nurse practitioner or physician assistant to join its group. In this role, you will work with a diverse team of Oncology professionals, focusing on standard Oncology clinical care (inpatient care, procedures) and engaging with patients participating in clinical trials. Swedish is a leading site in the Pacific Northwest and in the U.S. for early-phase clinical trials in hematologic diseases. This position offers tremendous autonomy, caring for inpatients receiving therapy for lymphoma, myeloma, leukemias and other hematologic diseases, while still providing physician support during daily rounding. Physicians within this FACT-accredited hematologic malignancy program focus on patients with blood cancers who also may need cellular therapies (autologous stem cell transplant, CAR T cell therapy, investigational cell therapies). This team strives to bring novel therapies such as CAR-T and other immunologics to patients who need them. Be a part of groundbreaking research and provide meaningful care in the cultural hub of Seattle, Washington.
- Inpatient APC on dedicated oncology service
- Typical schedule includes 4 10 hours shifts (inclusive of any rotating weekend shifts)
- 2 to 5 years' of experience preferred, with prioritization of those with experience in hematologic malignancies
- Compensation is between $58.75 and $73.06 per hour
Where You'll Work
The Swedish Cancer Institute is one of the premier cancer care and clinical research centers in the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 1932, it provides access to more than 150 Swedish-affiliated oncologists and oncology surgeons throughout the region. With a robust clinical trials program and an environment open to new drug treatments, technology and clinical applications, the Swedish Cancer Institute is a hub of innovation. Support services, including art and music therapy, ensure holistic patient care.
Where You'll Live
Seattle is the Pacific Northwest's largest urban center, with a metro population of 3.25 million, and is home to world-class arts and entertainment, a robust economy and an outstanding school system. The city hugs Puget Sound and offers magnificent mountain views to the north, east and south. Home to the world's biggest tech giants, Seattle offers some of the highest minimum wages in the country, along with a notable music and arts scene, outdoor lifestyle and amazing coffee.
Who You'll Work For
Swedish is a comprehensive health network with a long history of excellence. The Seattle-based system operates five hospitals with more than 1,500 beds, and more than 115 primary and specialty care clinics. Part of the Providence family, Swedish is world-renowned for its innovative and ground-breaking diagnoses, treatments and medical research at its five award-winning institutes: cancer, digestive health, heart and vascular, neuroscience and orthopedic. Its mission is to improve the health and well-being of each person it serves.
Equal Opportunity Employer including disability/veteran