Oh my gosh, there is another one of us out there! I thought I was the only outpatient oncology/infusion nurse!!!! I've been traveling for a year, there are jobs out there for someone with your background, but you have to be flexible. If you were an ER nurse, you could pick any state pretty much and find a positions, but for outpatient positions, there are fewer options. Having your OCN is a plus for sure, some require it. Make sure you find suitable travel companies that staff your specialty, there are a couple that have more of these types of positions, I have found. Also, there are certain states where these assignments come up more often. California, Texas, Washington, Michigan, and Mass are a few. The nice thing about contracting in an outpatient position, there is no on-call, no floating (usually), so it makes it much more reassuring going into a contract.