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Specialist Accredited Clinical Coder or Clinical Coder

NHS AfC: Band 6

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Clinical Coder
NHS AfC: Band 6
Full Time 37.5 hours per week
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The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
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The Royal Marsden Hospital
£30,357 - £45,736 pa inc
24/02/2020 23:59
Interview date

Specialist Accredited Clinical Coder (ACC) / Clinical Coder (Sutton Site)

Specialist ACC (Band 6): £38,001 - £45,736 pa inclusive of HCA & 10% RRP*
Clinical Coder (Band 5): £30,357 - £37,639 pa inclusive HCA & 10% RRP*

The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust is the largest comprehensive cancer centre in Europe, and is world renowned for cancer treatment and research.

The Trust has an outstanding reputation in Information and IT and has developed an advanced integrated in-house Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system which is used extensively for coding. The Trust is committed to promoting and achieving high standards of data quality, accurate and timely clinical coding is an integral part of this.

We are looking to recruit either a Specialist ACC (Band 6) or an experienced Clinical Coder (Band 5) committed to obtaining ACC qualification. Based in Sutton, the successful Clinical Coder (Band 5) will be fully supported with internal training sessions as well as external courses towards their ACC qualification. Specialist ACCs (Band 6) also receive extensive on the job training and regular post-audit feedback to further develop their coding skills. The Trust has a flexible and remote working policy which is available upon request. In addition to this, upon completion of local induction and on the job training, the successful candidate will be offered the option of working a portion of their contracted hours at Fulham Site.

This role offers a vast amount of experience in diagnostic coding of very rare cancer types as well as complex surgical procedures and pioneering treatments in various specialties and has developed automated coding in key areas, meaning that clinical coders are able to focus on more complex cases.
You will be enthusiastic, self-motivated and enjoy working with colleagues at all levels. You will be responsible for accurate day-to-day diagnosis and procedure coding using ICD 10 and OPCS 4.8 classifications, ensuring deadlines are met and coded data meets our high standards.

Due to the volume of applications, we reserve the right to close this advert before the published closing date. We regret that we will only be able to contact those applicants who are short-listed for interview. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, then please assume you have not been short-listed. Previous applicants need not apply.

All applicants will be contacted by email via NHS jobs. Applicants are advised to check their email accounts regularly and to ensure that email filters are set to allow NHS jobs emails

Interviews will take place Friday 6th March 2020.

(*RRP reviewed annually)


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Further details / informal visits contact

Enis Akin Cifdaloz, Clinical Coding Manager, on 020 8915 6266 or by email

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01629 690825