DescriptionThe Data Entry Representative 1 Document Operations operates a data entry device to key and/or verify a variety of standard and/or complex coded or uncoded business and statistical source data into a computer. Prepares source data for entry by opening and sorting mail. Verifies and logs receipt of data. Obtains missing data. Protects organization's value by keeping information confidential. The Data Entry Representative 1 performs basic administrative/clerical/operational/customer support/computational tasks. Typically works on routine and patterned assignments.
Role: Data Entry Representative 1 Document Operations
Scope of Role and Responsibilities:
- Accurately sort and provide a timely count of incoming mail
- Open and prep mail via Agissar Machine
- Scan prepped orders through high speed IBML scanners
- Quality check scanned orders
- File processed orders, retrieve and deliver requested documents, and perform an audit for accuracy
- File in numerical order
- Rotate through dispensing, packing/shipping, and other areas of the pharmacy as needed – this could mean sitting or standing for the entire shift, on any shift
- Ability to run reports and compile data for end of day reporting
- Ability to identify trends, and ability to effectively communicate those trends to leadership as identified
- Other projects as assigned
- Strong Attention to detail. To be able to correlate a series of defined numbers for filing purposes and create member facing documents.
- Computer Skills: Computer based data entry utilizing multiple operating systems at the same time
- Organizing and managing multiple priorities and/or projects by using appropriate methodologies and tools.
- Capacity to maintain confidentiality and work independently in support of the department. Must be flexible, friendly, engaging, and proactive, self-directed, versatile and also able to work well in a group.
- Success in role requires focus, being self-driven and result oriented.
- Must be able to sit or stand in a stationary position for up to 12 hours.
- Must be able to lift up to 30 lbs.
- Must be willing to be crossed trained in other Departments.
- Must be able to work as early as 4:30am and as late as 5pm; Monday – Friday including Holidays and occasional Saturdays. Hours of operation are subject to change based on business need and may include weekends if needed.
- Pharmacy Knowledge
- Critical thinking: Using logic and reasoning to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to a problem
Preferred Education Requirements:
Minimum qualifications include:
- High School Diploma or GED
Reports to a Frontline Leade
Scheduled Weekly Hours40