Oncology travel nurse jobs provide the opportunity to experience the challenging yet rewarding specialty of Oncology nursing in many areas of the country. Oncology nurses practice in a variety of settings, including inpatient units, outpatient clinics that specialize in cancer treatment, and oncologists’ offices. Depending on the setting, a typical Oncology nurse job description includes the need for excellent assessment skills and the ability to provide education and emotional support to patients and their families. Oncology travel nurse jobs provide the opportunity for nurses to truly make a difference. Start making that difference by applying for a job today.
Oncology nurses care for patients across the lifespan who have cancer. The scope of the specialty provides many career opportunities. Job responsibilities vary by role and practice setting, but may include administering chemotherapy, monitoring for side effects of cancer treatments, collaborating with a multidisciplinary team, and providing education and emotional support to patients and their families. Oncology nurses must also have empathy and compassion while staying attuned to their own psychological needs. The average annual salary for Oncology nurses in the United States is $82,000.