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A Wealth of Professional Opportunities

The Association's Career Center is your online resource for careers in the oncology healthcare field. Whether you're a medical oncologist, radiation oncologist, oncology nurse, oncology pharmacist, medical director, program administrator, CEO, CFO, or manager in a group practice, we have positions listed for you!

Oncology Professionals

We have new jobs posted almost daily. Don't miss out on a possible dynamic career opportunity—add this page to your favorites!

Employers

The Association's Career Center offers the most targeted advertising for your oncology-related job openings. More than 23,000 cancer care professionals from over 2,000 hospitals and practices nationwide are affiliated with ACCC. It is estimated that 65 percent of the nation's cancer patients are treated by a member of ACCC.

Reach ACCC members and subscribers to Oncology Issues, the Association's journal. Post your listing taking advantage of our very reasonable rates for both members and non-members of the Association.

Featured Employer

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Bayhealth is a technologically advanced not-for-profit healthcare system with more than 3,700 employees and a medical staff of more than 400 physicians. As central and southern Delaware’s largest healthcare system, Bayhealth is comprised of Bayhealth Hospital, Kent Campus and Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus, the freestanding Emergency Department in Smyrna as well as numerous satellite facilities and employed physician practices encompassing a variety of specialties.
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Member Spotlight from Oncology Issues

ND19-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: Central Peninsula Oncology
Soldotna, Alaska

For patients with cancer and their families, the opening of Central Peninsula Oncology in 2017 has brought cancer services together in one location within Central Peninsula Hospital. Today, more than 95 percent of the area’s patients with cancer receive care locally, with only about 5 percent needing referrals to Seattle, Wash., or other facilities in the “lower 49” for uncommon cancers or second opinions.

 

SO19-SpotlightSpotlight: Inova Schar Cancer Institute
Fairfax, Virginia

Operating the Inova Schar Cancer Institute requires a significant number of staff. The cancer center serves a densely populated region and is projected to see 7,000 new patients by 2020. Serving that population are more than 1,000 employees whom Inova directly employs, including more than 50 physicians, 15 advanced practice providers, 75 nurses, 23 pharmacists, and 20 financial counselors. The new cancer institute also serves as the working space of a network of physicians, researchers, oncology nurse navigators, genetic counselors, scientific partners, and supportive care experts.

 

JA19-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: Johnston Hematology Oncology
Smithfield, North Carolina

Johnston Hematology Oncology has two locations in the towns of Smithfield and Clayton, each offering the same services. The centers are each staffed with 2 Duke medical oncologists, a Duke nurse practitioner, 12 nurses, 2 pharmacists, a nurse navigator, and an oncology social worker. Both locations provide hematology and medical oncology services and chemotherapy, including blood transfusion and hydration; radiation therapy is available at both sites through the joint venture of Johnston Health and UNC REX Healthcare. Patients who require more intensive therapy, such as patients with acute leukemia, are referred to other UNC Health Care or Duke locations based on their location, insurance coverage, clinical trial candidacy, and other criteria.