|Job Description & How to Apply Below|
|Experienced Cancer patient pathway coordinators are invited to apply for this positions at a Children’s Hospital in Doha, Qatar. Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to submit CV’s ASAP!|
POSITION SUMMARY: The Cancer Patient Pathway Coordinator is directly accountable the Clinical Nurse Specialist and has program accountability to the to the Tumour Board Lead. The Cancer Patient Pathway Coordinator is responsible for being the patient’s advocate during their entire pathway of care, at all stages of their disease from suspicion of cancer to diagnosis and subsequent treatment. Activities include: providing counselling, education, support and advice to patients and their families and carers. In addition to patient duties the post has a quality and service improvement dimension. The post-holder will be required to apply service improvement tools and techniques to improve the patient pathway in line with the recommendations from the National Cancer Strategy, and to contribute to clinical audit. The post holder must critically think in variable situations within clearly defined policies, principles, and leadership direction with multiple healthcare stakeholders across the care delivery system. Given the interface demanded by this role with both clinicians and patients, it is essential that the post-holder is a clinical professional, from a nursing, medical or allied healthcare professional background, possessing knowledge of the clinical pathways, medical terminology, and multidisciplinary clinical providers to which they are assigned and experience of coordinating the related clinical requirements of the patient pathway.
CONTRACT PACKAGE: 2-3 Years contract renewable. An exceptional and competitive recruitment package will be offered to successful candidates. This includes TAX-FREE salaries offered according to experience, free accommodation, medical cover, annual return flight tickets to home country, end of contract BONUS and other benefits.
ABOUT THE EMPLOYER: Located in the Middle East, Qatar is one of the safest countries in the world. It is a friendly and family oriented country with cultural diversity, close to wonderful travel destinations. The holder of the 2022 football world cup sets the foundation to ensure exciting growth and opportunity. The Medical Corporation is the largest government funded healthcare provider in the Gulf region. The Medical Corporation work collaboratively to deliver high quality, patient centered care to Qatar's growing and diverse nations throughout eight highly specialized hospitals, sub-acute care services and the national Ambulance Service. The Medical Corporation aims to become a globally recognized centre for healthcare excellence
HOW TO APPLY: Please upload your CV on Global Medical Recruiting website or email comprehensive CV with recent photo of yourself using the Apply Online Box below
|Skills / Industry Qualifications Required:||EDUCATION: Minimum a BSc Nursing degree or Medical degree OR Diploma in nursing with more than 5 years oncology experience. Masters degree in Nursing or equivalent preferred.|
Clinical license and registration.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum at least 1 year working coordinating clinical pathways, and providing advice, support and counseling to patients with suspected or diagnosed cancer, their families and caregivers. Preferred 2 years.
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Bilingual English and Arabic.
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|Education Level Required:||College|
|Experience Required to qualify for consideration:||1 to 2 Years|
|Contact Name:||Global Medical Recruiting|
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