Data Entry Operator
Prepares source data for entry by compiling and organizing data; establishing priorities; resolving incomplete and unclear data. Enters data by operating data entry equipment; coding information; resolving problems.
Known as prepress technicians, combine their knowledge of design and technology to prepare customer images for printing. … Scanner operators are responsible for monitoring film exposure and its transfer onto the metal plates that will replicate the image during the printing process.
Maintain a company’s records and perform various administrative and archival tasks such as coding files, storing files in alphabetical or numerical order, managing databases, photocopying, and delivering files to staff. They may also be asked to perform other clerical tasks
Administrative support position. The primary role of the Indexing is to assist in the preparation and scanning of mail, documents and faxes for imaging. Imaged documents are then indexed for electronic routing into the company’s workflows.
The exact duties of a quality assurance manager vary from industry to industry. However, typical responsibilities of the job include: determining, negotiating and agreeing on in-house quality procedures, standards and specifications. Assessing customer requirements and ensuring that these are met.
Managing records on a project is an essential activity that makes it possible to handle and use project documentation in the way that ensure smooth capturing of documents and papers by seniors, team members, and other stakeholders. Being a part of overall document management, records management allows a project manager to direct and control document flows throughout the project lifecycle, while ensuring that every single document or record serves the operational needs and helps teams capture and retrieve necessary information. It creates a framework for running project activities and procedures and paves the way for analysis, lessons learned, historical reviews, etc.