An Oncology Nurse cares for patients suffering from different forms of cancer, typically those that are critically ill or chronically ill. An Oncology Nurse may work in a variety of areas, including surgical oncology, gynecologic oncology, radiation oncology, pediatric oncology, and general medical oncology. Typical duties include: administering chemotherapy, implementing new methods of symptom treatment, pre-chemotherapy screening, fatigue management, and assessment of patient’s physical and emotional state. The Oncology Nurse’s biggest role concerns the nurse-patient relationship and ensuring that the patient is fully educated on the disease, treatment, and recovery options.
Registered Nurse with current nursing license from country of origin
Registration with Saudi Commission for Health Specialties
Basic Life Support Provider with current certification
Two years recent acute care nursing experience
Bilingual nurses who meet the criteria are encouraged to apply