Data Collection Analyst – Bangor, ME

JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for accurately and efficiently collecting clinical data and formulating meaningful reports that will support performance improvement at EMHS. Provide support and guidance to all clinical data analysts.

Report to: Manager Clinical Data Management

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED:

Two year degree and/or equivalent healthcare experience, knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology required. Leadership skills, excellent oral and written communication, organizational, interpersonal, and customer service skills. Ability to coordinate multiple tasks, integrate information from a variety of sources, problem solve, and assist data abstractors, serving as a knowledge base expert/resource. Ability to interpret, communicate and train data abstractors as needed on complex operational definitions.

OTHER SKILLS REQUIRED:

Presentation Skills: The ability to communicate effectively with PC users of all ability levels, effectively present information and respond to questions, and explain technical concepts in layman’s terms.

Language Skills: The ability to read and interpret technical bulletins and software documentation, write technical manuals, data dictionaries, reports and procedures.

Reasoning Skills: The ability to analyze problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions, understand and interpret sophisticated technical application concepts.

Technical Skills: A good working knowledge of PC hardware, Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office products; an understanding of networking concepts and confidentiality/security issues.

Communication Skills: Strong communication and interpersonal skills, good telephone personality; must like working with people and have the ability to ascertain user needs.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Sedentary work requiring good manual dexterity for keyboarding. Work requires repetitive motions of wrists, hands and fingers. Must have correctable vision to work with a computer monitor, excellent hearing and listening skills to receive detailed information through oral communication. Extended periods of sitting, with option to stand, at computer. Some walking between departments or to meetings is involved. Ability to communicate in person and over the telephone, work independently and in team environments, work under pressure with precision and accuracy, and handle multiple projects simultaneously.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Busy office environment, seated at a desk, with option to stand, for extended periods of time. Work involves computer and telephone.

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