Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute (FCS), the largest privately held independent Medical Oncology/Hematology practice in the United States, is currently recruiting Nurses from Puerto Rico to relocate to Florida. FCS is looking for both long-term and seasonal/PRN staff at many locations in Florida, and is offering a sign-on bonus to help offset relocation costs. Candidates must be fluent in English.
“Due to the shortage of nursing staff in Florida, we are hoping to recruit the best candidates from Puerto Rico. Florida Cancer Specialists offers the chance for nurses to relocate to Florida and build their career,” said FCS CEO Bradley Prechtl, MBA.
“Due to the shortage of nursing staff in Florida, we are hoping to recruit the best candidates from Puerto Rico. Florida Cancer Specialists offers the chance for nurses to relocate to Florida and build their career.” Bradley Prechtl
Dr. William Harwin, Founder and President of FCS, added, “Recruiting the best staff for our patients is always top of mind. Florida Cancer Specialists wants to ensure that we hire the best nursing staff with the ability to assess patient needs and conditions that are essential.”
FCS serves patients on the Gulf Coast from Naples to the greater Tampa Bay area, north as far as Tallahassee, in Orlando and surrounding Central Florida communities, and on the East Coast from Palm Beach County to the Jacksonville area.
“FCS is looking to recruit RNs or OCN Certified RNs for the nursing staff positions. While Oncology Certification in Nursing (OCN) is not required for all positions, it is certainly helpful if nurses have previous experience with cancer patients,” explained FCS Director of Nursing, Diane Cope.
Please contact FCS Human Resources for more information. Career opportunities with Florida Cancer Specialists can be viewed online at https://flcancer.com/en/careers.
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