WW6672 - Clinical Coding - Quality, Audit and Education Coordinator - (Full-Time) - Waitemata District Health Board, Auckland, NZ

An exciting opportunity exists in vibrant, cosmopolitan Auckland New Zealand for an enthusiastic and motivated person with strong organisational and communication skills to grow our Clinical Coding - Quality, Audit and Education Coordinator role.

Auckland is an outdoor playground, with ferry access to island life; day and multi-day walking trails in easy reach; west coast surf beaches in easy reach.

Auckland has a diverse and thriving multi-cultural vibe. Do you want Moroccan tonight, or does Tapas appeal? Mongolian or Pacific cuisine? You will find it in Auckland. Harbour side eateries allow you to laze away a sunny afternoon with friends, food and wine.

The Clinical Coding - Quality, Audit and Education Coordinator role has a broad ranging remit helping to drive the development and maintenance of quality Clinical Coding from a hybrid medical record. It also has a small supervisory role overseeing some day to day supervision of our Waitakere Clinical Coding & Record team. Waitemata District Health Board is committed to encouraging best practice in Health Information Management.

The successful applicant will have key skills in ICD-10-AM 11th edition, communication, staff management and problem solving and relationship building, a strong customer centric focus and be confident and competent writing reports, policies and strategies at an organisational level.

The Clinical Records, Coding and Transcription management team you will join is headed by a qualified Health Information Manager, and includes four other welcoming and professional leaders.

The role is for a permanent, full time Monday-Friday 1.00 FTE position.

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For further information please ring Jacqui Knight, Clinical Coding Team Leader on +64 21 754 902

To apply online, please go to www.wdhbcareers.com quoting reference number NOR06263

Reference Number: 

NOR06263

Applications Close On: 
12 September 2019