Nurse Educator

  • McKesson
  • Salt Lake City, UT, USA
  • Sep 25, 2019
Education Health Care Nurse Pharmaceutical

Job Description

Provide in-service information and clinical education to healthcare providers (HCP) and associated HCP office staff of oncology practices.

Key Responsibilities:

•   Provide education through in-services to HCPs and HCP staff on Product specific information including but not limited to Product information, disease state information, dosing protocols and information, administration of product, and adverse events of Product.

•   Foster the continued and proper use of the Product.

•   Engage in Progran1 related communications with Merck's field-based sales force

(representatives and district managers).

•   Communicate to the Nurse Manager any feedback regarding concerns identified during the in-service education process.  Nurse Manager will serve as the single point of contact with Merck for all Program related communication.

•   Communicate to the Nurse Manager any questions/concerns the HCP and/or the HCP staff have regarding the Product and its reimbursement.

•   Accurate and timely reporting of all visits, including but not limited to the type of training conducted, length of visit, and office that was visited.   A visit is defined as a customer interaction- in-services and scheduled or unscheduled customer engagements.

•   Report on interactions with HCPs and HCP staff

•   Complete and appropriately document all required training.

•   Coordinate and schedule travel to oncology offices with the Merck's Sales Representative

Minimum (Required) Qualifications: (must be met in order to perform the job at the required level)

  • Active nursing license to be in good standing in at least one state in which the in-services are being conducted.
  • Must have at least three (3) years of recent oncology nursing experience that includes, but is not limited to direct patient care, physical assessment, patient education, group in servicing, and proficiency in peripheral IV access.  Chemotherapy infusion experience is a must.
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Valid motor vehicle license and proof of insurance.
  • Ability to travel, including overnight travel.  Amount of travel varies by territory but may be up to 100% travel.
  • Must have good communication, speaking, and writing skills. Ability to conduct one on one and group presentations, manage administrative responsibilities consistent with a field based territory management position.