Data Entry Clerk Job ResponsibilitiesMaintains database by entering new and updated customer and account information.Prepares source data for computer entry by compiling and sorting information.
Establishes entry priorities.Processes customer and account source documents by reviewing data for deficiencies.Resolves deficiencies by using standard procedures or returning incomplete documents to the team leader for resolution.
Enters customer and account data by inputting alphabetic and numeric information on keyboard or optical scanner according to screen format.
Maintains data entry requirements by following data program techniques and procedures.Verifies entered customer and account data by reviewing, correcting, deleting, or reentering data.
Combines data from both systems when account information is incomplete.Purges files to eliminate duplication of data.Tests customer and account system changes and upgrades by inputting new data.
Secures information by completing data base backups.Maintains operations by following policies and procedures and reporting needed changes.
Maintains customer confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
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Data Entry Clerk Qualifications / SkillsOrganization skillsQuick typing skillsAttention to detailComputer savvyConfidentialityThoroughnessEducation and Experience RequirementsHigh school diploma or equivalentData entry experience or related office experienceSome basic computer courses may be preferred by some employers