The vision of the Oncology Nursing Society is to lead the transformation of cancer care, and we know it takes many different teams and skill sets to fulfill our vision. From Information Services to Marketing and everything in between, we are always looking for mission-focused candidates to keep ONS moving forward. Take a look below to learn more about what ONS has to offer along with our open positions!
As an employee of ONS, you have a unique opportunity to positively impact oncology patient care and support nurses who work across hospitals, clinics and physician offices throughout the globe.
A mission that is truly meaningful and makes a difference in people’s lives!
You’ll find ONS to be a special place to work. Your support and commitment to providing nurses with an environment of continuous learning and patient advocacy is something you will be proud of.
Continuing Education Allowance
A yearly allowance of $5,250 is your budget to cover expenses for continuing education and professional development (conferences, training, webinars and more).
Sometimes you may have a need for flexibility.
Generous Time Off
You’ll earn plenty of paid time off throughout the year and 10 paid holidays so you can take time for yourself.
Health and Dental Benefits
Taking care of yourself is important, so you’ll have choices to opt for what makes the most sense for you.
You’ll be a part of ONS-hosted events and initiatives across venues and will have opportunities to meet members throughout the U.S.
I was an ONS member for many years before I began working for the national office in 2004. As a nurse, I had used the resources developed by ONS to educate myself and my colleagues, to write policies and procedures, and to help provide the best care I could to people with cancer. It has been an honor to work with such a dedicated group of professionals at ONS. We work together to develop quality resources and advocate for oncology nurses around the globe.
As someone who recently switched careers into a technical role, ONS has been incredibly supportive of my personal and professional growth. I'm able to come into work and be on a great team where I know everyone genuinely cares about me as a person, not just a coworker. Additionally, my mom is a nurse, so I know first-hand how underappreciated the profession is. It's been wonderfully fulfilling to have the opportunity to give back by creating things that directly help our members.
I am very honored to have worked for ONCC in oncology certification for 18 years. ONCC is a wonderful organization that helps serve oncology nurses. And I enjoy being able to help oncology nurses achieve their certification. ONCC gives me the opportunity to work in a pleasant environment with a great team who are always supportive.