WW5927 - Health Information Manager / Clinical Coder - (Full-time) - The Royal Melbourne Hospital, City Campus, Parville, VIC



FULL-TIME ONGOING – 80 HOURS PER FORTNIGHT INCLUDING ADO

Do you want to work in the heart of the city and be part of a world renowned healthcare facility?

As a campus of Melbourne Health, The Royal Melbourne Hospital has been caring for Victorians, undertaking ground breaking research, and teaching Australia’s future healthcare professionals for over 165 years.

Situated at the top of Elizabeth Street, The Royal Melbourne Hospital is supplied by abundant public transport and is at the centre of an exciting and expanding healthcare precinct including the newly built Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) Peter Mac. For the HIM there is the lure of the complex and challenging casemix that only one of Victoria’s largest public hospitals can offer as well as the prospect of career diversity and professional development.


What Melbourne Health can offer you:

  • Salary packaging
  • City location with access to public transport
  • Reward and recognition programs
  • Health and wellbeing programs including staff gym, staff health service and peer support program
  • Discounted staff parking



Responsibilities / Duties: 

The Royal Melbourne Hospital Coding Service is currently in the process of recruiting an experienced HIM/Clinical Coder to join their supportive team.

This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated person to advance their career as part of a prestigious values based organisation.

This role will involve:

  • Coding and grouping using 3M Web Codefinder
  • Coding auditing
  • Unit audits and coding/casemix analysis


Essential: 

We are looking for someone with:

  • Completion of a Bachelor of Health Information Management or equivalent
  • Previous experience in a similar coding position
  • A comprehensive knowledge of current Australian Coding Standards
  • A thorough understanding of Victorian specific coding advice and activity based funding policies

Ideally any applicants will have highly developed oral and written communication skills and be able to work well in a team environment and also individually.


Enquiries: 

Leonie Dodds
Phone: 03 9342 7106
Email: leonie.dodds@mh.org.au

Reference Number: 

31625

Applications Close On: 
27 February 2017