Bring your executive leadership experience to Duke Nursing as the Assistant Vice President, Oncology Service Line at Duke University Health System. In this role, you will be responsible for leading key programs and initiatives that address overall quality, safety and outcomes within the Oncology Service Line.
In this executive role, you will be responsible for the following:
Collaboration and Partnership
Management & Leadership
Finance and Growth
Compliance and Regulatory
To be considered for this position, a Master’s degree in nursing is required for consideration for this career opportunity, and a Doctorate is preferred. The role also requires seven years of progressive nursing leadership experience, including at least five years of experience at the leadership level, preferably in an academic medical center with a NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center.
Duke Cancer Institute (DCI) is a single entity combining cutting-edge cancer research with world-class patient care. Established in 1973 as one of the National Cancer Institute’s eight original comprehensive cancer centers, today the DCI is one of 49 organizations with that distinction. Duke Cancer Institute offers specialized, multidisciplinary treatment for patients with every type of cancer. The DCI hosts more than 100 cancer-dedicated, board-certified physicians and more than 500 specialized staff members. More than 10,000 new cancer patients visit DCI every year. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, dietitians, counselors and other specialists work together to meet the needs of every patient. Cancer research performed at Duke Cancer Institute advances the global understand of the development of cancer and helps to accelerate new treatments.
Duke University Health System is a world-class hospital and health care network supported by outstanding and renowned clinical faculty, nurses and care teams. Duke's services span the full continuum of care, from primary care to medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties, all dedicated to putting our patients at the forefront of everything we do. Our health system includes three hospitals – Duke University Hospital on our Duke University Medical Center campus, Duke Regional Hospital in North Durham, and Duke Raleigh Hospital. Duke University Hospital has 957 inpatient beds and offers comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic facilities, including a regional emergency/trauma center, a major surgery suite containing 51 operating rooms, an endosurgery center, an Ambulatory Surgery Center with nine operating rooms and an extensive diagnostic and interventional radiology area.
A great place to live and work.
In addition to great salary and benefits including relocation assistance, tuition reimbursement and loan forgiveness, U.S. News & World Report named Raleigh-Durham a Top 10 Best Place to Live. In this fast-growing region, you’ll find young, friendly, diverse and educated people who enjoy dining out in local restaurants and gathering over craft beers. The family-friendly Triangle (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) also has an abundance of beautiful green spaces and a bustling art and music scene.
As a world-class academic and health care system, Duke Health strives to transform medicine and health locally and globally through innovative scientific research, rapid translation of breakthrough discoveries, educating future clinical and scientific leaders, advocating and practicing evidence-based medicine to improve community health, and leading efforts to eliminate health inequalities.