I work in a clinic/outpatient infusion center and love it. I fully plan on this being my forever job. We have 6 chemo nurses with one being "the mixer" for the day, leaving 5 on the floor barring vacations/illnesses. We see between 30-40 a day, I'd say. Now that can be FOLFIRINOX or Xgeva's and all in between. We don't have a charge nurse, you take what you can safely handle, ie: I could have a FOLFOX, Keytruda, and ABVD all going at once, not all need my attention at the same time. In between we do walk-med disconnects, port flushes, injections.
We do our own pre-auths for insurance and all education for new treatments. It's varied and busy and I love it.
We also do hematology so there are occasional Injectafers and phlebotomies thrown in.