Posting Details

Posting Details
Job Title Quality Assurance Coord Sr
Requisition Number RE14281
Working Title Quality Assurance Specialist
Work Location Lexington KY, w/potential to work remotely
Grade Level 44
Salary Range $19.65-31.44/hour
Type of Position Staff
Position Time Status Full-Time
Required Education


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Required Related Experience

3 yrs

Required License/Registration/Certification


Physical Requirements

Sitting in front of computer screen for long periods of time and repetitive motion.


Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm 40 hrs./wk

Job Summary

The Kentucky Community Cancer Program is seeking a Quality Assurance Coordinator Senior.

This position is a critical component of the infrastructure of KCR; the person in this position reviews and links data from hospitals across the state as well as data from multiple external organizations, such as NDI, CMS, and SSA.

This person must consolidate cancer data from multiple sources into complete, accurate and coherent records fit for use for cancer surveillance and cancer control research.

Through the roles of trainer and quality assurance specialist, this person is essential for KCR to achieve and maintain high quality data collection and reporting standards.

Skills / Knowledge / Abilities

Familiarity with computers, basic computer programs such as Word, Excel and basic knowledge of databases.
Relevant experience includes work performed in a hospital or central cancer registry, experience collecting, coding, or interpreting electronic health records, management of medical records in a health care setting, or conducting quality assurance or data analysis using cancer patient data.

Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? No
Preferred Education/Experience

Bachelor’s degree plus 3-4 years experience in cancer registration preferred.

Deadline to Apply 06/11/2018
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