Clinical Coding Auditor

CHKS, are looking to recruit a clinical coding auditor to join their team. The main element to this role will be to undertake audits and maintain coding audit programmes, ensuring ongoing improvements in quality assurance. This will involve working with CHKS Head of Coding, Operational Managers and CHKS clients. Also to lead on external audit requests, managing the complete process.  In addition, the auditor would support the team with client coding requirements, which will involve clinical coding at various hospitals along with remote coding at home. This is a home-based role involving travel across England with occasional overnight stays, so being flexible on travel will be required.

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Clinical Coding Consultant

CHKS, are looking to recruit a clinical coding consultant to join their team. This is a home-based role.  The main element to this role will be to undertake clinical coding at various local hospitals, as well as working on remote clinical coding projects from home. Candidates must be an ACC - Accredited Clinical Coder - to be fully considered for this position.

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For more information and to apply please contact Annea Stephens on

Lay Surveyor Volunteers

CHKS Assurance and Accreditation has a pool of surveyors who give their time voluntarily to visit healthcare providers on the CHKS accreditation programme. They help to assess healthcare services against a comprehensive set of internationally recognised healthcare standards and make recommendations for improvement.

We are now looking to expand this team to include lay surveyors. Lay surveyors are people with no formal experience of working as a clinical professional in the health sector but may have had exposure as a patient or carer to some degree. They will attend visits in the same capacity as our other surveyors but call on their personal experiences to provide input from their perspective of a member of the public.

Lay surveyors will be given information on quality standards relating to the patient or service user experience and asked to provide feedback on how an organisation is performing against these standards. Training is provided and surveyors will be supported on visits by our CHKS accreditation team and professional surveyors.

It is expected that you will provide around five days of support each year. A small amount of travel is required to the healthcare organisations that we are visiting and expenses will be paid. 

Why become a lay surveyor?

  • Learn new skills that you can apply elsewhere in your professional or personal life
  • Play an important role in improving the standard in healthcare organisations
  • Find out more about how the health service works and what is happening in your community

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With success our business continues to grow. We have a rapidly expanding client portfolio and seek to increase our valued teams with further professional, innovative and dynamic staff.

We are particularly interested in hearing from Test Analysts, Senior Consultants, Clinical Coders, Clinical Coding Auditors and Sales profeessionals all of which require good knowledge of NHS data, health and data systems. If you feel that you can answer the call to join one of our teams and possess the essential skills of excellent communication at all levels, be articulate and highly motivated, then we welcome your CV: