Trainee Clinical Coder

Ballarat Health Services
    January 29, 2020
    Ballarat, Australia
    Job Type
    Part-Time, Contract
    Reference No.
    Application Close Date
    Contact Title
    Coding Manager
    Contact Name
    Leah Marino
    Contact Email
    Contact Phone
    (03) 5320 4506


    Trainee Clinical Coder

    Health Information Services

    Fixed Term (12 months) - Part Time (16 hours per week)

    Ballarat Health Services provides a complex range of surgical, medical, obstetric, psychiatric, palliative care, rehabilitation and residential services. Ballarat is located approximately 75 minutes drive west of Melbourne and offers a wide range of recreational, sporting and social facilities for a population of over 90,000 people.  A vibrant, progressive regional city, Ballarat is large enough to retain its own regional flavour but is within easy commuting distance to Melbourne.

    BHS has a Digital Medical Record which allows for development and innovation in coding practices and work arrangement flexibility.

    We are seeking a Trainee Clinical Coder for our Clinical Coder Training Program (CCTP). The successful applicant will be trained via a systematic progression through episode complexity to become a fully independent clinical coder. This is a two day per week position for 12 months, with potential for ongoing employment as a clinical coder, subject to successful completion of the CCTP and position availability.

    Key selection criteria include:

    • Health Information Manager or Clinical Coder qualification (HIMAA or similar)
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
    • Competent with MS Office applications

    For further information please contact Leah Marino, Coding Manager on 5320 4506 or access the BHS website for specific position details

    All applications to be submitted online.

    Appointment is subject to satisfactory clearance of a current Police Record Check and Immunisation Clearance.

    BHS is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people.

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