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MUHA AH30-Program Assistant - Oncology (Temp) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus, Hollings Cancer Center
Under indirect supervision, the Program Assistant provides support to Genetics Program and order genetic testing under the supervision and guidance of Hollings Cancer Center providers. Performs routine and specialized administrative functions to support the leader and department management to maintain an efficient and effective operation.
MUHA GB75 - Genetic Counselor - Oncology Sign on Bonus Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Reporting to the Service Line Administrator, the Genetic Counselor performs all components of genetic counseling in Hollings Cancer Center, governed by broad instruction in a constantly advancing field.
MUHA EA80 4011 - RN Specialty Coordinator (Mutliple Openings) Charleston, SC, Hollings Cancer Center
Under general supervision, the specialty coordinator provides individualized, goal-directed patient care to families and patients at the proficient level utilizing the principles and practices of the nursing process; delivers safe and effective care and interacts with other members of the health care team to achieve desired results. The proficient nurse consistently models excellence in patient care and contributes to unit leadership.
UNIV- Study Coordinator (Hollings) Charleston, SC
Under general supervision of the Clinical Trials Office (CTO), Manager of Clinical Operations, coordinates and supervises complex research protocols at the Hollings Cancer Center involving cooperative groups, industry and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Actively promotes and increases awareness of the clinical trial program, exercises judgment regarding proper patient management, timely and accurately meets established reporting systems to research bases, National Cancer Institute and MUSC staff
UNIV - Research Nurse Manager (Hollings) Charleston, SC
The Hollings Cancer Center (HCC) Nurse Manager II is responsible for the provision of nursing education and mentorship to the non-nursing staff HCC Clinical Trials Office (CTO) and serves as a liaison to other clinical services and providers within HCC outpatient and inpatient clinics, the HCC infusion center and other ancillary departments. This individual will participate in the feasibility review process by reviewing protocols and determining the study patient flow and provision of center resources to promote protocol compliance and study participant retention. When complex trials are identified that require additional nursing resources, this individual will be assigned to the study and provide study specific nursing services such as observation, neurocognitive assessments, etc. Additionally, the nurse manager will collaborate closely with other clinical operation managers, EPIC and Beacon build managers to ensure that study treatment plans are built in accordance to the protocol for newly activated and amended therapeutic protocols. This position will be part of the CTO quality assurance and education unit and will report to the HCC CTO Director. The Nurse Manager II will have a key role in helping train and mentor new study coordinators and data managers in understanding oncology terminology and concepts. This individual must be knowledgeable of Food and Drug Administration federal regulations, local regulatory agency policies, and international Good Clinical Practice Guidelines to ensure that the conduct of clinical research activities remain in good standing and research performance excels in quality and efficiency. Must work collaboratively with CTO managers and ancillary services in program development and strategic planning. Responsible for the establishment of clinical operation standard operating procedures and proper training and quality assurance initiatives.
MUHA EA32 - Registered Nurse II Charleston, SC, Hollings Cancer Center
The Hollings Cancer Center infusion suite is an outpatient clinic consisting of 44 chairs. The infusion suite provides comprehensive care to patients receiving outpatient chemotherapy, blood products, and biological agents. As a National Cancer Institute, we also provide comprehensive care to patients enrolled in clinical trials. 32 chairs are dedicated to solid tumor patients, including patients from other specialty areas (i.e. neurology, rheumatology, pulmonology); 10 chairs are dedicated to patients undergoing bone marrow transplant, and 2 chairs are dedicated to patients requiring central line access prior to physician and infusion appointments. The outpatient infusion suite is open Monday through Friday from 7am until 6pm; Saturday and Sunday from 8am until 12pm. Given the specialty of populations in our care, the Hollings Cancer Center infusion suite requires nurses to be chemotherapy/biotherapy certified by the Oncology Nursing Society. Upon employment, there are multiple opportunities for nurses to obtain specialty certification in a number of areas to include oncology, bone marrow transplant, and palliative care.
UNIV - Staff Scientist I - HCC Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Shared Resource Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Manage all functions of the Hollings Cancer Center (HCC) Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Shared Resource (FCCS). Under limited supervision will provide supervisory, technical, fiscal and administrative direction needed in the design and communications required to execute these management functions for the FCCS.
MUHA AH28 - Certified Tumor Registrar (Part Time) Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Under supervision of the Cancer Registry Program Coordinator performs research, data management and case finding procedures using quantitative and qualitative data to identify all reportable cancer cases. Analyzes and interpret complex information abstracted from patients’ charts.
UNIV - Patient Navigator - Otolaryngology Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Part-time patient navigator is being sought to help coordinate care for head and cancer patients at the MUSC Hollings Cancer Center in the setting of the ENDURE trial (Efficacy of Navigation for Disparities and Untimely Radiation ThErapy). The clinical trial is exploring a novel patient navigation intervention to decrease delays and racial disparities starting postoperative radiation following surgery for head and neck cancer.
MUHA EC81 - Certified Medical Assistant $500 Sign On Bonus Hollings Cancer Center
The Certified Medical Assistant reports to the Clinic Manager. Under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse, the Certified Medical Assistant performs multi-skilled activities to support a decentralized patient-centered approach to patient care and achieve desired outcomes.
MUHA EA11 - LPN $500 Sign On Bonus Hollings Cancer Center
Under the direction of a registered nurse is responsible for all identified nursing care behaviors within his/her span of control during his/her tour of duty and is accountable to the Charge Nurse and/or designated individual. The LPN participates in the care of a defined patient population. The LPN assists with data collection, formulation of plans for patient care, and participates with evaluation of outcomes of nursing actions.
MUHA EA31 - Registered Nurse I (New Graduate) - MSICU Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus, Ashley River Tower, Hollings Cancer Center
Under general supervision, the Registered Nurse I (New Graduate) assists at the advanced beginner level in providing individualized, goal directed nursing care to patients and families utilizing principles and practices of the nursing process; interacts with other members of the health care team to achieve desired outcomes.
UNIV - Clinical Research Coordinator I - Department of Public Health Sciences Charleston, SC-Main Campus
A full-time Project Coordinator I is needed to work on a variety of research projects at the Hollings Cancer Center. Study projects are in the area of cancer survivorship research with a focus on developing and testing interventions to improve quality of life and care experiences in cancer survivors and their family members. The Coordinator will work with researchers, clinicians, patients and families in the clinical setting.
MUHA EB28 - Pharmacy Student - MUSC Hollings Cancer Center
Pharmacy Student Technicians provide technical support to the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services
MUHA EB18 - Certified Pharmacy Technician Hollings Cancer Center
The Certified Pharmacy Technician reports to the Pharmacy Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Certified Pharmacy Technician provides technical support to the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services. The primary roles of the technician in this area will be preparation of sterile products, inventory management, and drug delivery to patient care areas on campus.
MUHA EB18 - Certified Pharmacy Technician Hollings Cancer Center
The Certified Pharmacy Technician reports to the Pharmacy Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Certified Pharmacy Technician provides technical support to the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services. The primary roles of the technician in this area will be preparation of sterile products, inventory management, and drug delivery to patient care areas on campus.
MUHA EB28 - Pharmacy Student - MUSC Hollings Cancer Center
Pharmacy Student Interns provide technical and clinical support to the drug distribution and clinical activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services and are an integral part of the educational mission of the department.
UNIV - Head & Neck Oncology Fellow - Otolaryngology Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Head and Neck Tumor Center at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is one of the largest programs in the US devoted to the care of the head and neck cancer patient. The program is based within the Wellin Head and Neck Clinic and partnered with MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, the only NCI-designated cancer center in South Carolina. The focus of the MUSC Head and Neck Tumor Center is on providing compassionate, comprehensive and innovative care to all patients and their families. Overall, 750 - 800 new patients with head and neck cancer are evaluated at MUSC annually.
UNIV - Head & Neck Oncology Fellow - Otolaryngology Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Head and Neck Tumor Center at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is one of the largest programs in the US devoted to the care of the head and neck cancer patient. The program is based within the Wellin Head and Neck Clinic and partnered with MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, the only NCI-designated cancer center in South Carolina. The focus of the MUSC Head and Neck Tumor Center is on providing compassionate, comprehensive and innovative care to all patients and their families. Overall, 750 - 800 new patients with head and neck cancer are evaluated at MUSC annually.
UNIV - Open Rank - Assistant/Associate Professor - Radiology: Cardiothoracic Imaging Charleston, SC
The Department of Radiology and Radiological Sciences at MUSC is seeking a board/eligible/certified radiologist with expertise in cardiothoracic imaging for a full-time faculty appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. MUSC Radiology provides an excellent working environment with a total of 38 residents and 15 fellowships. The Thoracic section has a close working relationship and continuous collaboration with outstanding pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons, oncologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists, and subspecialists in other fields of medicine. The Cardiac Imaging section has also an exceptional relationship with the departments of cardiology and vascular surgery, and performs cardiac MRIs and cardiac CTAs. Interdisciplinary conferences encompass a broad spectrum of comprehensive lung programs, including interstitial lung disease, COPD, lung cancer, lung cancer screening, and general pulmonary pathology. The cardiac imagers also participate in multidisciplinary conferences including multimodality-based case discussions. The department offers state-of-the-art imaging equipment in CT, MR and PET/CT modalities, allowing for cutting-edge research in these imaging procedures. There is ample opportunity for scholarly activity and professional development. MUSC operates a 700-bed medical center, which includes a nationally recognized Children's Hospital, the NCI-designated Hollings Cancer Center, a Level I trauma center, and South Carolina’s only transplant center. The Medical University of South Carolina MUSC is an equal opportunity employer, supporting workplace diversity. Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disability.

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