Radiation Oncology Nurse (Bermuda)

21 May 2021

Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre (www.chc.bm) is seeking applicants for the role of RADIATION ONCOLOGY NURSE to join our Radiation Oncology Team.

This position is in BERMUDA as part of Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre’s Radiation Therapy Unit, in clinical affiliation with Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Centre. Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre is a registered charity engaged in the prevention, detection, treatment and support of cancer and other health concerns in the local community. The facility provides both diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy services.  Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre has a state-of-the-art, purpose-built, Radiation Therapy Unit; staffed by a highly qualified and experienced radiation team. We are seeking to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic Radiation Oncology Nurse to support the Radiation Oncology Nurse Director in delivering high quality, compassionate care to patients undergoing radiation treatment.  This position will include coverage for the Nurse Director when required.  The Radiation Oncology Nurse will be expected to demonstrate high standards of clinical practice, providing holistic and culturally sensitive care, to patients and families requiring radiation/chemo-radiation therapy as part of their cancer treatment pathway.


Qualifications & Registration:

  • A minimum of 3 yrs. post registration experience, with at least 12 months oncology experience, educated to degree level
  • Post-registration oncology related qualification or willing to undertake role- specific formal education programme
  • Mentorship/teaching in clinical practice qualification desirable
  • Current registration within your own country and registration as well as registration with the Bermuda Nursing Council


Required Skills & Experience:

  • Evidence of current/recent clinical experience in oncology nursing essential
  • Experience in the care of patients undergoing radiation treatment highly desirable
  • Experience of working in an ambulatory care setting desirable
  • Evidence of current BLS competence/certification
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
  • An innovative & flexible approach to care to help improve patient experience and outcomes
  • Excellent organisation and multitasking skills
  • Awareness of healthcare systems and models, particularly small island healthcare is highly desirable


Salary: Dependent upon experience


Interested candidates can email their resume to: applications@chc.bm and dgraham@chc.bm

Closing date: May 21st 2021