Department Name: 7H023:KENTUCKY COMMUNITY CANCER PROG
This senior management position plays an essential leadership role in registry operations at the Kentucky Cancer Registry (KCR). The Associate Director of Registry Operations and Field Studies oversees the daily operations of the KCR, supervises all data collection and quality assurance activities and oversees all field studies.
Duties include participation in the development and execution of major grant and contract proposals that support KCR operations and field studies. This position supervises a team of certified tumor registrars and other operations staff who are responsible for data capture, management and reporting of all cancers diagnosed and treated in the state of Kentucky.
This position plays an important role in strategic planning for the modernization of KCR operations through the adoption of emerging informatics methods for data capture and the expansion of the registry dataset.
Experience in the operations of a population-based central cancer registry is essential. Extensive knowledge and a deep understanding of both hospital and central cancer registry data standards and operating standards is also required.
Familiarity with population-based cancer research, data governance, and the protection of patient confidentiality concerns will be beneficial. This position also provides an exciting opportunity to participate in national and international cancer surveillance activities.
Knowledge of cancer registry data standards and operations standards; Health data management experience; knowledge of health-related research; knowledge of patient confidentiality and regulatory concerns associated with health data.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Bachelors in health or health technology related field plus eight or more years related experience preferred. Masters in health or health technology related field plus six or more years related experience preferred.
University Community of Inclusion:
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