The Connecticut Tumor Registry, located within the Connecticut State Department of Public Health, is seeking diverse individuals with cancer surveillance backgrounds to apply for two Medical Records Technician 2 positions to make a direct impact on improving the lives of Connecticut citizens. Our mission is to protect and improve the health of Connecticut's people and the quality of its environment. If your goal is to build a career that makes a difference, consider joining the dedicated people of the Connecticut Tumor Registry. These positions offer work/life balance flexibility and excellent benefits! Employment at DPH offers free parking with shuttle service, educational support, and continuous access to training from national standard setters, including NCI-SEER and NAACCR.
The State of Connecticut provides an excellent comprehensive benefits package including:
− Affordable medical, dental, and life insurance plans
− Top-ranked retirement system
− Generous vacation and sick leave
− Generous paid holidays
− Deferred contribution plan
− Supplemental benefits including long and short term disability, flexible spending accounts, auto & home insurance, as well as availability of Credit union
We invite you to join us in furthering your career and collaborating with us in providing the highest quality cancer surveillance data for planning and research.
Within the Department of Public Health, Connecticut Tumor Registry program, these medical Records Technician 2 positions will be accountable for performing a full range of cancer registry data collection and quality assurance functions in order to ensure a complete and detailed cancer database. Responsibilities will include casefinding, abstracting, case consolidation, editing, reporting, and other related duties.
Additional details regarding the positions, including examples of duties, preferred skills, and minimum qualifications, as well as salary and benefit details are available on the Connecticut Job Apps website: