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Senior Registration and Analysis Officer

Posted: 25 Sep 2020 Closes: 25 Oct 2020
Swansea, United Kingdom £24,907 - £30,615 per annum
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Senior Registration and Analysis Officer

Job Reference: 028-AC129-0920

Employer: Department: Congenital Anomaly Register & Adult Rare Disease Register Location: Singleton Hospital, Swansea Salary: £24,907 - £30,615 per annum

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Job title: Senior Registration & Analysis Office (CARIS Team)

Area of work: Congenital Anomaly Register & Adult Rare Disease Register

Base: Singleton Hospital, Swansea

Tenure: Permanent

Salary: Band 5

Working pattern: 37.5 hours per week

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a keen, enthusiastic, highly motivated individual to join the CARIS team within the Knowledge division at the Public Health Wales office in Singleton Hospital, Swansea.

The Senior Registration & Analysis Office will provide operational support and have lead responsibility for managing a number of key project work packages including the development of the newly established Adult Rare Disease Register and leading on the audit of Wales' Down Screening programme.

The post-holder will be expected to contribute to the development and management of a range of work-streams where CARIS works in partnership with NHS Wales and other organsations across the UK and Europe. The projects will have a high profile that requires liaison and effective communication with key stakeholders to include, Public Health England, EUROCAT, Health Boards & Trusts, NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS), and Welsh Government.

A sound knowledge of medical terminology and experience of clinical coding (use of ICD10) would be advantageous.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post.

Closing Date: 25th October 2020

Interviews: Week beginning 16th November 2020

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameDavid TuckerJob titleHead of CARISEmail addressDavid.tucker@wales.nhs.ukAdditional contact information

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