Data Encoder Duties & Responsibilities
Every organization creates reams of data pertaining to taxes, client lists, billing information and more. As a data encoder, you'll be primarily charged with entering this information in company databases, necessary for internal use as well as governmental regulatory compliance.
Data entry specialists are record keepers. You'll probably be the one maintaining the paper or hard copies of receipts, patient forms, applications and host of other documents, in addition to transcribing them into your company's system. In addition to entering the information via keyboard, you'll need to scan in documents and send and receive information to various outside groups that require it. You'll be charged with maintaining backups of the data you enter, either in external servers or on DVDs.
Education and Background
You'll probably only need a high school education to get a job as a data encoder. However, college degrees are often viewed as the new high school diploma, so some employers may require a degree. Many employers offer training specific to their operating systems and filing methods. You might choose to enroll in a community college to earn a two-year associate's degree in data entry to improve your employment prospects.
Qualifications: 18-35 years old for male/female
highschool graduate/college graduate
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