At the OSUCCC – James, one thing that reassures our patients and their families is knowing that they are receiving high-quality care based on scientific research.

The OSUCCC – James brings together some of the world’s best and brightest minds in oncology. We’ve helped pioneer the transdisciplinary, multimodality approach to cancer treatment and patient care, and our nurses are a vital component to that approach.

Nursing at the James

Our nurses have a three-part mission of patient care, research and education. They support the OSUCCC – James vision of creating a cancer-free world by striving to be world-class leaders in oncology nursing.

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By joining the OSUCCC – James team, you'll be part of a world-renowned team caring for patients in our new, 21-century cancer hospital that opened in December 2014.

We currently have opportunities available for:

  • Inpatient medical/surgical nurses
  • Experienced critical care nurses
  • Operating rooms nurses and surgical technologists
  • Outpatient nurses
  • Case managers
  • Nurse managers- inpatient and outpatient
  • Advanced practice providers – nurse practitioners and physician assistant

If you would like to be contacted by the OSUCCC – James regarding a nursing position, please fill out the form below.​​​​​​​ New graduate or experienced BSN nurses preferred.

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