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Job title: Data Support Office (CARIS Team)
Area of work: Congenital Anomaly Register & Adult Rare Disease Register
Base: Flexible with travel to Singleton Hospital Swansea as required.
Salary: Band 3
Working pattern: 30 hours per week
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a keen, enthusiastic, highly motivated individual to join the CARIS team within the Knowledge Directorate of Public Health Wales.
The Data Support Officer will provide support on all aspect of data entry for CARIS and the newly established Adult Rare Disease Register.
The post-holder will be expected to contribute to the development of a range of work-streams where CARIS works in partnership with NHS Wales and other organsations across the UK and Europe.
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 April 2021
Interviews: Week commencing 10th May via Microsoft Teams
Welsh language skills are desirable
For further details contact:
For further information regarding this role, please contact David Tucker on David.firstname.lastname@example.org