TheCancer Registrar Supervisoris responsible for operation of the Cancer Registry to include coordination andsupervision of Case-finding, Abstracting, Follow-up, Staging, PerformanceImprovement, Data Analysis, Administrative functions, Cancer Committee, CancerConferences and Data Management of all patients with malignancies,incorporating them into the SPHN Cancer Registry and reporting them to theState. This position also ensures thatAmerican College of Surgeons (ACoS) and Texas Department of Health requirementsare met in their entirety for the Network Cancer Program.
Successful completion of 160hours of work practicum in a CTR-Staffed Cancer Registry (CR). And, successfulcompletion of a National Cancer Registry Association (NCRA) â AccreditedAssociate Degree Program;
Successful completion of 160hours of work practicum in a CTR-Staffed Cancer Registry (CR). And, successfulcompletion of an NCRA â Accredited Formal education Certificate program;
1950hours (equal to 1-year full-time) experience in the Cancer Registry.
And,successful completion of a minimum of an Associate Degree or equivalent (60 college-level credits), including or in addition to, 2 Semesters ofâHuman Anatomy and Human Physiology.â
Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR) and 2 years ofSupervisory experience in an Acute Care setting.
Excellent written and verbalcommunication skills. Excellentinterpersonal skills with physicians, clinical and ancillary management. Must multitask and prioritize workefficiently. Excellent computerskills. Basic mathematical skills. High degree of integrity, tact, diplomacy,and confidentiality.
Primary Location: El Paso, Texas
Facility: THOP Market Shared Services
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Days
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