Careers

Welcome and thank you for your interest in joining Clearview Cancer Institute. Here at Clearview every employee is committed to excellence and extraordinary service beyond what is expected. All current job openings are listed below.

Oncology Specialties, PC, also known as Clearview Cancer Institute, is an EEO/M/F/Vet/Disabled employer. We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic by law. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Qualifications listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please notify the Human Resources Department if you need assistance during any phase of the employment process. We will make every effort to accommodate your needs in a reasonable amount of time. You may email us at ccihr@ccihsv.com

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

Phlebotomist (Part-Time)

Date Posted:January 16, 2019
Location:Jasper
Department:Lab
Description:
Technical:
• Identify patients as outlined in SOP.
• Knowledge of common specimen requirements for the Oncology clinic and order of draw.
• Converses with patient to allay fear of procedure.
• Collection of specimens from peripheral veins, internal port-a-caths, Hickman catheters, or piccline using the collection sets available, as outlined in SOP.
• Perform POC testing and QC documentation.
• Working knowledge of LIS and EMR systems.
• Instruct and provide patients with the necessary equipment for collection of stool and urine specimens.
• Assist patients in getting to their appropriate location after they are done in the lab.
QA/QC/Regulatory:
• Perform competency testing for POC equipment.
• Participate in continuous improvement activities, examine existing processes/procedures, and look for ways to improve them.
• Adhere to all regulatory standards within the Clinical Laboratory.
• Demonstrate annual competency.
• Perform other general duties as required.
Safety/Organizational/Productivity:
• Follow institution’s safety procedures, as well as following all regulatory standards.
• Follow Universal Precautions, wear PPE.
• Must be able to multitask with maximum efficiency and minimal waste.
• Answer questions from patients, physicians, and nursing staff regarding Clinical Laboratory.
• Participate in the introduction and evaluation of new supplies and equipment.
• Train new phlebotomists as required.
Communication/Teamwork:
• Must demonstrate satisfactory verbal and written communication
• Maintain positive working relationship with fellow staff and clinic personnel.
• Acts independently and accepts responsibility of the clinical laboratory’s policy and procedures.
• Must be able to prioritize and manage tasks in a timely and effective manner.
• Must be able to interact well with patients, employees, physicians and management.
Education/Experience:
• Must have a high school diploma or GED.
• Must have 1 year phlebotomy experience in clinical laboratory setting.
• Must have basic computer skills.

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

Phlebotomist (Part-Time)

Date Posted:January 16, 2019
Location:Decatur
Department:Lab
Description:
Technical:
• Identify patients as outlined in SOP.
• Knowledge of common specimen requirements for the Oncology clinic and order of draw.
• Converses with patient to allay fear of procedure.
• Collection of specimens from peripheral veins, internal port-a-caths, Hickman catheters, or piccline using the collection sets available, as outlined in SOP.
• Perform POC testing and QC documentation.
• Working knowledge of LIS and EMR systems.
• Instruct and provide patients with the necessary equipment for collection of stool and urine specimens.
• Assist patients in getting to their appropriate location after they are done in the lab.
QA/QC/Regulatory:
• Perform competency testing for POC equipment.
• Participate in continuous improvement activities, examine existing processes/procedures, and look for ways to improve them.
• Adhere to all regulatory standards within the Clinical Laboratory.
• Demonstrate annual competency.
• Perform other general duties as required.
Safety/Organizational/Productivity:
• Follow institution’s safety procedures, as well as following all regulatory standards.
• Follow Universal Precautions, wear PPE.
• Must be able to multitask with maximum efficiency and minimal waste.
• Answer questions from patients, physicians, and nursing staff regarding Clinical Laboratory.
• Participate in the introduction and evaluation of new supplies and equipment.
• Train new phlebotomists as required.
Communication/Teamwork:
• Must demonstrate satisfactory verbal and written communication
• Maintain positive working relationship with fellow staff and clinic personnel.
• Acts independently and accepts responsibility of the clinical laboratory’s policy and procedures.
• Must be able to prioritize and manage tasks in a timely and effective manner.
• Must be able to interact well with patients, employees, physicians and management.
Education/Experience:
• Must have a high school diploma or GED.
• Must have 1 year phlebotomy experience in clinical laboratory setting.
• Must have basic computer skills.

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

Phlebotomist

Date Posted:January 16, 2019
Location:3601 CCI Drive
Department:Lab
Description:
Technical:
• Identify patients as outlined in SOP.
• Knowledge of common specimen requirements for the Oncology clinic and order of draw.
• Converses with patient to allay fear of procedure.
• Collection of specimens from peripheral veins, internal port-a-caths, Hickman catheters, or piccline using the collection sets available, as outlined in SOP.
• Perform POC testing and QC documentation.
• Working knowledge of LIS and EMR systems.
• Instruct and provide patients with the necessary equipment for collection of stool and urine specimens.
• Assist patients in getting to their appropriate location after they are done in the lab.
QA/QC/Regulatory:
• Perform competency testing for POC equipment.
• Participate in continuous improvement activities, examine existing processes/procedures, and look for ways to improve them.
• Adhere to all regulatory standards within the Clinical Laboratory.
• Demonstrate annual competency.
• Perform other general duties as required.
Safety/Organizational/Productivity:
• Follow institution’s safety procedures, as well as following all regulatory standards.
• Follow Universal Precautions, wear PPE.
• Must be able to multitask with maximum efficiency and minimal waste.
• Answer questions from patients, physicians, and nursing staff regarding Clinical Laboratory.
• Participate in the introduction and evaluation of new supplies and equipment.
• Train new phlebotomists as required.
Communication/Teamwork:
• Must demonstrate satisfactory verbal and written communication
• Maintain positive working relationship with fellow staff and clinic personnel.
• Acts independently and accepts responsibility of the clinical laboratory’s policy and procedures.
• Must be able to prioritize and manage tasks in a timely and effective manner.
• Must be able to interact well with patients, employees, physicians and management.
Education/Experience:
• Must have a high school diploma or GED.
• Must have 1 year phlebotomy experience in clinical laboratory setting.
• Must have basic computer skills.

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

Certified Professional Coder

Date Posted:January 14, 2019
Location:3601 CCI Drive
Department:Business Office
Description:
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

RN Float

Date Posted:December 26, 2018
Location:All Locations
Department:Infusion
Description:
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

Medical Assistant

Date Posted:December 18, 2018
Location:Crestwood
Department:Patient Care
Description:
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

RN Infusion

Date Posted:November 8, 2018
Location:3601 CCI Drive
Department:Infusion
Description:
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

Phlebotomist PRN Float

Date Posted:October 4, 2018
Location:Jasper/Cullman
Department:Lab
Description:
Technical:
• Identify patients as outlined in SOP.
• Knowledge of common specimen requirements for the Oncology clinic and order of draw.
• Converses with patient to allay fear of procedure.
• Collection of specimens from peripheral veins, internal port-a-caths, Hickman catheters, or piccline using the collection sets available, as outlined in SOP.
• Perform POC testing and QC documentation.
• Working knowledge of LIS and EMR systems.
• Instruct and provide patients with the necessary equipment for collection of stool and urine specimens.
• Assist patients in getting to their appropriate location after they are done in the lab.
QA/QC/Regulatory:
• Perform competency testing for POC equipment.
• Participate in continuous improvement activities, examine existing processes/procedures, and look for ways to improve them.
• Adhere to all regulatory standards within the Clinical Laboratory.
• Demonstrate annual competency.
• Perform other general duties as required.
Safety/Organizational/Productivity:
• Follow institution’s safety procedures, as well as following all regulatory standards.
• Follow Universal Precautions, wear PPE.
• Must be able to multitask with maximum efficiency and minimal waste.
• Answer questions from patients, physicians, and nursing staff regarding Clinical Laboratory.
• Participate in the introduction and evaluation of new supplies and equipment.
• Train new phlebotomists as required.
Communication/Teamwork:
• Must demonstrate satisfactory verbal and written communication
• Maintain positive working relationship with fellow staff and clinic personnel.
• Acts independently and accepts responsibility of the clinical laboratory’s policy and procedures.
• Must be able to prioritize and manage tasks in a timely and effective manner.
• Must be able to interact well with patients, employees, physicians and management.
Education/Experience:
• Must have a high school diploma or GED.
• Must have 1 year phlebotomy experience in clinical laboratory setting.
• Must have basic computer skills.

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com

Oncology Genetic Counselor

Date Posted:April 4, 2018
Location:All Locations
Department:Genetics
Description:

Position Summary:
We are currently seeking a full-time Genetic Counselor at a very busy and growing private practice oncology clinic. The primary purpose of the Oncology Genetic Counselor is to provide genetic counseling for individuals and family members suspected to have an inherited predisposition to cancer.

To be successful in this position one must have the ability to multitask various patients at one time. You must be detail-oriented, organized and goal-oriented. You must also be team-focused and work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team including physicians, nurses, one other Certified Genetic Counselor, and additional allied health professionals. Additionally, you must be thoughtful, compassionate and have the ability to speak to patients on their level when delivering genetic test results.

This position is based at Clearview Cancer Institute in Huntsville with regular travel required to surrounding area clinics located in Decatur, Florence and Cullman, Alabama.

Job Specific Tasks

ABOUT THE AREA
Huntsville, Alabama, also known as Rocket City, is the site of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, the Havoc Hockey Team, Bridge Street Town Centre, Botanical Gardens, Monte Sano State Park, and many options for local fare. While Huntsville may be a smaller city, it is rich in history and growing exponentially. This illustrious hub of progress and innovation is a prominent cultural and technological center in North Alabama. Huntsville prides itself in the arts, scientific development, economic strength, community engagement, resourcefulness, progress, and quality of life. With everything from craft breweries to farmer’s markets, you’ll never run out of fun and exciting activities in this up-and-coming gem located in the heart of the South.

Education/Experience:

Please email all resumes to the Clearview Human Resources Department at ccihr@ccihsv.com


Oncology Specialties, PC, also known as Clearview Cancer Institute, is an EEO/M/F/Vet/Disabled employer. We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic by law. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Qualifications listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please notify the Human Resources Department if you need assistance during any phase of the employment process. We will make every effort to accommodate your needs in a reasonable amount of time. You may reach us at ccihr@ccihsv.com