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Jubilant Life Sciences
Posted: August 16 2016
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DescriptionData entry employment is a wide field. Sometimes referred to as a key entry operator, data entry specialist, data entry clerk or an information processing worker these are the common core functions and data entry skills of the job.
Responsibilitiesprepare, compile and sort documents for data entry
check source documents for accuracy
verify data and correct data where necessary
obtain further information for incomplete documents
update data and delete unnecessary files
combine and rearrange data from source documents where required
enter data from source documents into prescribed computer database, files and forms
transcribe information into required electronic format
scan documents into document management systems or databases
check completed work for accuracy
store completed documents in designated locations
maintain logbooks or records of activities and tasks
respond to requests for information and access relevant files
print information when required
comply with data integrity and security policies
maintain own office equipment and stationery supplies
RequirementsTyping speed: Superior keyboarding skills are a must for this job.
Computer savvy: Include the names of computer programs that youve worked with in the past on your data entry clerk resume. Data entry clerks often use office systems like Microsoft Excel, so draw attention to anything that may make you stand out.
Precision: Companies base all of their pricing, promotions, and other key decisions on the information from their computer databases. Improperly transcribed numbers can cost them thousands of dollars, so potential employers are looking for people with meticulous attention to detail.
Independence: Data entry clerks often work in cubicles, so you need to be able to keep yourself on task.
SkillsRequired - Client Confidentiality
Preferred - High Level Of Confidentiality