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Clinical Nurse Specialist for Lung Cancer Newham University Hospital - Barts Health, London

Deadline: 8 March 2024

A large, research active, cancer center in London is recruiting a Lung CNS covering both diagnostic and treatment pathways. You will be based at the hospital in Newham for the majority of your work with regular visits to main site of St Bartholomew’s hospital in central London. You will support both in-patient and out-patient services. You will have the opportunity to involve in QI projects and researches.

Lead Apheresis Clinical Nurse Specialist

Deadline: 18 March 2024

We are looking for an experienced, passionate and driven registered nurse to develop the Apheresis service further. The service provides care for patients requiring blood and marrow transplant and cellular therapy for a range of haematological conditions; delivering lifesaving and life-enhancing treatments including Plasma Exchange, Red Cell Exchange, Stem Cell Harvest and CAR-T Cell Harvest to adults and children. You will have advanced knowledge and skills in the field of apheresis, and will be required to use professional and clinical leadership skills and expertise to co-ordinate and supervise the patient’s pathway.

LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare

Deadline: 23 February 2024

LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare have a number of positions open at the moment.

Clinical Nurse Specialist – Chemotherapy – Maternity cover

Deadline: 1 March 2024

As a Clinical Nurse Specialist for our chemotherapy day unit, you will be working in partnership with our consultants to ensure that we assess, plan and deliver a high standard of specialist care. Our Macmillan accredited unit is open from 8.30-6pm Monday-Friday administering chemotherapy, immunotherapy, supportive treatments to our haematology and oncology patients. The post holder would ideally have in-depth knowledge of Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy administration whilst also have expertise in being able to identify potential emergencies, work as part of a wider multi-disciplinary team to effectively manage patients during their treatment, including caring for patients who need an intervention following a triage call. We support consultant's clinic Monday-Saturday, and the candidate will need to be aware that this role does include the occasional Saturday shift whilst also supporting the emergency triage line.

Clinical Nurse Specialist – Chemotherapy

Deadline: 1 March 2024

As a Clinical Nurse Specialist for our chemotherapy day unit, you will be working in partnership with our consultants to ensure that we assess, plan and deliver a high standard of specialist care. Our Macmillan accredited unit is open from 8.30-6pm Monday-Friday administering chemotherapy, immunotherapy, supportive treatments to our haematology and oncology patients. The post holder would ideally have in-depth knowledge of Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy administration whilst also have expertise in being able to identify potential emergencies, work as part of a wider multi-disciplinary team to effectively manage patients during their treatment, including caring for patients who need an intervention following a triage call. We support consultant's clinic Monday-Saturday, and the candidate will need to be aware that this role does include the occasional Saturday shift whilst also supporting the emergency triage line.

SACT Project Lead

Deadline: 19 February 2024

We are looking for an individual with extensive theoretical and practice knowledge of SACT services to continue and progress the SACT Closer to Home project. This individual will provide professional, clinical expertise and leadership to the SACT work programme. This is a Band 7 role, but potential for Band 8a dependant on experience and knowledge. This role will be a 0.6WTE (22.5hrs), but consideration will be given to this role being over 1-3 days.

Early Phase Oncology Clinical Research Nurse- Neuro oncology focus

Deadline: 4 February 2024

This specialist research nurse role is to support the delivery of early phase clinical trials within the early phase oncology trials teams, with a focus on Neuro-oncology.

The post holder will be responsible for the delivery of direct and indirect care and safe nursing practices for a specific group of patients taking part in predominantly phase I/II neuro oncology clinical trials. The post holder may be required to administer novel immunotherapy and cytotoxic agents and for the collection of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics samples based on the trial requirements. The role will require an expanded practice of clinical research process knowledge. The post holder will work both as a clinical site team member and, as a senior member of staff, contribute to the conduct and coordination of Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Unit (CRCTU) early phase clinical trials.

Early Phase Oncology Clinical Research

Deadline: 11 February 2024

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the University of Birmingham Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Unit (CRCTU) Nursing Team. There are two specialist clinical research nurse roles which are to support the delivery of early phase clinical trials within the CRCTU Nursing Team. Focusing on the growing portfolio of Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre (ECMC) early phase oncology clinical trials, both commercial and investigator led. Becoming a Clinical Research Nurse is an exciting and developing speciality and you will be supported in your role to reach your potential.

Assistant Director of Nursing - Haematology, Oncology, Specialist Palliative Care Services (HOPe) Directorate

Deadline: 28 January 2024

This post holder leads and has operational responsibility for the HOPe Directorate. This will involve professional leadership to nursing staff at all levels, providing professional advice, contributing to the development and implementation of nursing policy and strategy, ensuring achievement of its objectives, and proactively developing nursing roles in accordance with the needs of the patients. They will operationalise the core values of nursing by ensuring the patient experience in wards/departments/units is of the highest possible standard at all times with particular emphasis on dignity, kindness, and compassion. She/He will work in partnership with the Clinical Director, Operations Manager, and ADON colleagues in developing the nursing services strategic direction including nursing contributions to the Trinity St. James’s Cancer Institute.

Oncology Senior Charge Nurse - NHS Borders

Deadline: 6 March 2024

The Borders Macmillan Centre, nurse-led SACT facility is based in Borders General Hospital, treating 26-30 people per day, working in closely with onsite haematologists, NHS Lothian Oncologists and wider members of the Cancer Specialist team.

The successful post holder will demonstrate high professional standards, acting as a role model, to manage and lead the SACT team. Working autonomously, clinical decision making and excellent communication skills are essential in managing the safe care and delivery of SACT. The post holder will work in close collaboration with NHS Borders Lead SACT nurse, Nurse Consultant in Cancer and other multi-professionals within the South East Scotland Cancer network region.

Applicants are required to have extensive experience with relevant band 6 or equivalent management experience in a systemic-anti cancer therapy (SACT) environment. Excellent skills in communication, organisation, effective leadership, SACT scheduling and respectful team working are key elements of the role. 

Helpline Responder

Deadline: 30 April 2024

The Melanoma Helpline has been open since 2017 and provides support for patients and carers at times when other services are busy or closed.

We have a vacancy for a skin cancer CNS with significant experience of adjuvant and metastatic treatments, to cover the 1-2pm Monday and Tuesday weekly and Wed-Friday fortnightly.

We are a small team making a big difference, but don’t just take our word for it: ‘Thank you so much for your time, kindness and expertise, I’ve been newly diagnosed and found you to be a resource available at a time when you most need information, thank you so much.’