Northern Health

British Columbia
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Community Cancer And IV Therapy Nurse

$31.71 - $41.63
Fort St. John, British Columbia
Entry Level, Early Career

Position Summary

Reporting to the Manager of Patient Care Services, provides, coordinates and implements nursing care service such as patient assessment, patient and family teaching, administration of chemotherapy and health promotion activities to cancer patients, in accordance with established policies, standards, procedures and philosophy at BC Cancer Agency. Plans, implements, delivers and evaluates programs and services in relation to Intravenous Therapy assessment, education and treatment of patients of all ages who require IV Therapy; Education and support programs for those who care for patients requiring IV Therapy, and assist in clinical skills development of hospital and community based nurses.


  • Graduate from approved School of Nursing.
  • CNA Oncology Certification or eligibility.
  • Current practicing registration with the CRNBC.
  • Clinical experience, within the last 2 years, in an Oncology/Outpatient Chemotherapy adult setting or 3 years Acute Care nursing experience in a specialty care Unit is required.
  • British Columbia Cancer Agency Chemotherapy Certification or equivalent Chemotherapy certification from a recognized Cancer Agency.


  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to relate effectively to children, adults and their families.
  • Ability to participate as a member of an interdisciplinary care team, and function as nursing resource team member.
  • Ability to operate related equipment.
  • Physical ability to perform duties of the job.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all members of the healthcare team.
  • Ability to recognize and intervene appropriately in an emergency situation.
  • Ability to promote safe, competent, patient care.


Fort St. John is known as "The Energetic City," which reflects the large resource base of oil, natural gas, forestry and agriculture, and the vitality of their residents who are keen to live and work in a community that gives back so much. Fort St. John sits high above the spectacular Peace River Valley, Northwest of Dawson Creek and Southeast of Fort Nelson, where endless patchwork quilts of cropland melt into the horizon. Serving an area population of 69,000, Fort St. John is the hub of the Northeast with a new cultural center and library, theatre and art space. The main industries are agriculture, forestry, natural gas, construction and trucking.