Employment

CARTI is unique because our culture and our colleagues are unique. As caregivers and colleagues, we believe that nothing less than our best is ever acceptable. From office staff to caregivers, CARTI colleagues are an amazing group of people who genuinely care for the people they serve—as well as the ones who serve beside them.

Please check back periodically, as new jobs are posted as they come open. We look forward to receiving your application for employment and exploring any opportunities for you to join the CARTI family as we bring the fight to cancer.

Employment Opportunities at CARTI

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Registered Nurses (PRN)

CARTI is seeking both Chemotherapy RNs and Physician RNs. We have the following positions available.

These positions require a current RN license by the State of Arkansas, basic CPR and at least two years’ of recent direct patient care. Some moderate lifting of patients required. Some travel to satellite clinics may be required. Current certification in chemotherapy or willing to attend two-day chemo certification course within 90 days of hire is required for medical oncology RNs and OCN certification is strongly desired.

LRHO Project Systems Coordinator

Little Rock Hematology Oncology (LRHO) is seeking a full-time Project Systems Coordinator. This position is responsible for the development, maintenance and ongoing operations of clinic projects. Responsibilities include serving as an expert resource to users, supporting daily operations through the use of technology and resources, providing training on clinical systems and applications and coordinating/managing new system implementations and upgrades. This position requires detailed Project Management experience. A degree in MIS or Business administration is favorable.

LRHO Front Office Supervisor

Little Rock Hematology/Oncology (a division of CARTI) is seeking a full-time Front Office Supervisor. The Front Office Supervisor is charged with ensuring a large clinic is staffed with competent clerical personnel necessary to provide proper work flow and exceptional service to all patients, physicians, co-workers, and visitors. A qualified candidate will have a minimum of three years’ experience working in a supervisory role in a healthcare environment including staffing multiple locations with competency. Other requirements are extensive experience with Medical Secretary policies and procedures; calendar management skills, scheduling and proven skills in Microsoft Office applications. Must be able to effectively manage relationships with poise and confidence.

LRHO Medical Records Clerk

Little Rock Hematology/Oncology, a division of CARTI, is seeking a full-time Medical Records Clerk. This position is responsible for pulling/filing charts, faxing/copying records for patients and providing release forms. A qualified candidate will have a minimum of two years’ medical office experience and one year medical records’ experience.

Administrative Assistant (Foundation)

CARTI’s Foundation is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant. This position is responsible for administrative and secretarial duties for the President of the Foundation and its development staff and also serves as Secretary to the CARTI Foundation Board of Directors. Three years of administrative or secretarial experience; excellent written and verbal communication and analytical skills; and proficiency in word processing and preparation of reports are required. Experience working with a Board of Directors and direct experience in a development (fundraising) office are highly desired.

Associate Major Gifts Officer (Foundation)

CARTI’s Foundation is seeking a full-time Associate Major Gifts Officer. This position will assist with the planning and implementation of the major gifts program. The main responsibility will be to research, identify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospects and donors for major gifts. The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years fundraising experience including proposal development, donor moves management and a history of developing relationships with donors. Proven experience in sales, marketing or management positions may be considered in lieu of fundraising experience. A Bachelor’s degree is required and CFRE or other specific fundraising training is desirable. You must be a professional self-starter with excellent communication, organizational and MS Office skills. Experience with Raisers Edge software is preferred.

Jr Medical Physicist

CARTI is seeking a motivated and hard-working Junior Medical Physicist to join its team of experienced professionals within a dynamic and growing practice.  Forthcoming expansions include plans to open a new comprehensive treatment facility with state-of-the-art integrated systems in the near future,  including the installation of a fifth TrueBeam linear accelerator in addition to four other TrueBeam linear accelerators at  CARTI affiliated facilities.  CARTI continues to benefit from the latest treatment modalities in radiation oncology and offers great opportunities to gain experience in some of the most exciting technologies available.

The successful candidate will join a team of 9 radiation oncologists, 6 therapeutic medical physicists, 2 radiation physics residents and 10 dosimetrists covering 6 different centers in north and central Arkansas.  CARTI offers a wide spectrum of treatment technologies including SRS, SBRT, IGRT, IMRT, HDR, and prostate seed implants.  Our state-of-the-art equipment includes Varian 2100, Novalis and TrueBeam linear accelerators,  CT Simulators at each facility. Pinnacle and iPlan treatment planning systems, and the Nucletron HDR system.

Proficiency in the advanced concepts, principles and professional techniques of medical physics normally obtained by acquiring a Master’s degree in medical or radiological physics or in the physical sciences with additional training in medical physics is required.

Candidates for this position must be either certified, or be eligible for certification by the American Board of Radiology (ABR). Preference will be given to candidates who have completed a CAMPEP-accredited residency program in therapeutic medical physics.