Electronic Notification Coordinator (VCR.63)

Job No: CCV202
Location: Melbourne

  • Part time 0.4 FTE, limited tenure

The opportunity

We are looking for an Electronic Notifications Co-ordinator to join the Victorian Cancer Registry team. You will be part of a friendly and supporting team, responsible for managing the incoming electronic data received from notifiers. The VCR receives cancer notifications from approximately 252 hospitals and day procedures (including 10 radiotherapy centres), 27 path labs and 2 prescribed registers.  The VCR processes more than 125,000 cancer notifications each year, the majority of these being received electronically.

The position is responsible for the administration and maintenance of the Victorian Cancer Registry Internet Portal (VCRIP). The incumbent will be responsible for managing VCRIP administration including creating and maintaining user accounts, downloading cancer notification files and liaising with notifiers to resolve any issues. A key focus of the role is quality review of data to enable streamlined importing into the main database. This latter step requires the maintenance and ongoing development of our pre-processing quality assurance database to identify non-compliant in-coming data.

This position extends to 30th June 2024 at Band D.

To apply and for more info

For full details of the role please see the Position Description attached or contact on fiona.kennett@cancervic.org.au. If you would like to express your interest in this opportunity, please send your application to HR@cancervic.org.au. The application must include:

(1) your curriculum vitae; and

(2) a cover letter; and

(3) a document with responses to each of the key selection criteria. clearly outlining how your skills address each of the key selection criteria outlined in the Position Description.

Closing date for applications: 8th February 2023

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