Oncology Data Management at Precyse
"Working with Precyse's oncology data management team offers me the opportunity to apply my skills in new directions. Flexibility, congenial colleagues, supportive management. What more could you ask for?"
Janet M., CTR
ODM Project Coordinator
With a large, nationwide team of Oncology Data Management professionals, Precyse
offers its cancer registry colleagues career growth and a diverse and exciting work
environment. A large, cohesive and experienced group of certified tumor registrars
(CTRs), Cancer Registry Managers and Data Technicians are available to support each
other every day. Equipment is provided to all remote colleagues, and an allowance
for Internet access is available as well.
The Precyse oncology data management (ODM) team consists of more than 135 employees
located across 36 states. Each cancer registrar receives a full orientation, providing
an overview of the ODM service line and administrative processes. In addition, on-going
education is provided via courses from NAACCR, during monthly conference calls,
and -- depending on the project -- training is provided by the client. ODM team
members also benefit from having access to a state-of-the-art online training program
called Precyse University.
Career advancement opportunities are numerous and include the opportunity to broaden
your horizons by learning a new skill set, mentoring new colleagues and providing
peer education. There is also the opportunity to move into a management role or
a project/team lead position, depending on the scope of the project.
Working for Precyse ODM Services provides recognition in the cancer registry field.
It provides opportunities for travel and flexible schedules, as well as an extensive
network of internal colleagues from around the country. Precyse prides itself on
providing ongoing communication, support and education for all colleagues.
What we look for:
Our commitment to our ODM colleagues: Precyse University
with CEUs at no expense to our Colleagues, 24x7 technical support, comprehensive
benefit package, work from home and travel opportunities, computer equipment provided
as needed, a highly accomplished management team, Colleague recognition programs
and competitive compensation.
- Three to five years' experience in an ACoS-approved hospital-based cancer registry
- Required Oncology skills: abstracting, case identification, AcoS survey preparation,
at least one Cancer Registry software system, follow up
- Knowledge of the Commission on Cancer Standards Vol. I and II
- Knowledge of the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries Standards
- Understanding of statistical analysis report generation and interpretation
- Cancer Registry candidates are given a skills assessment to identify their strongest
technical skills so that we may more closely match their expertise to one of our
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