data entry operator

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data entry operator

A person who enters data into the computer via keyboard or other reading or scanning device. See data entry department and data entry.
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12 FTE data entry clerk, 1 hour per day (including 10 minutes daily for backing up the data to floppy disks)
A typical staff includes a deputy prosecutor or chief victim/ witness assistance specialist, a secretary, a data entry clerk or receptionist, and two victim/witness assistance specialists or advocates.
Change Control Analyst, Computer Operator , Data Center Facility Administrator, Data Entry Clerk, Data Security Administrator, Database Specialist, Disaster Recovery Coordinator, e-Commerce Specialist, Forms and Graphics Designer, 4th GL Specialist, Hardware Installations Coordinator, IT Planning Analyst, LAN Applications Support Analyst, Network Control Analyst, Network Services Administrator, Network Technician, Operations Analyst, Personal Computer Specialist, Production Control Analyst, Programmer/Analyst, Senior Network Specialist, Software Engineer, Systems Analyst, Systems Programmer, Systems Support Specialist, Tape Librarian , Technical Services Specialist, Technical Specialist, Voice Communications Coordinator, and Webmaster
Tania made friends with Stacey and Abigail while working as a Royal Mail data entry clerk.
Mum Lynn, 44, a part-time data entry clerk, said: "He absolutely loves his trike.
PHOTO Claudio Manzo, a county data entry clerk, verifies signatures on the Valley cityhood study petition.
Stephen Davison, 25, data entry clerk, Sunderland: It's pointless spending money opening it then just closing it down.
I feel cheated,'' said Frizzi, a 36-year-old Burbank resident who works as a data entry clerk.
Other categories having a stronger net hiring strength for the 2001 year are, general clerk, customer service representative, administrative assistant, data entry clerk and receptionist.
It turned us into the highest paid data entry clerks in the world.
A significant factor is the shift to electronic health records, which has caused doctors to spend much more time looking at screens and feeling more like data entry clerks than health care providers, he said.
Among them will be clerks writing petitions, drivers, telephone operators, traditional salespersons, photograph developers, insurance claims employees, cashiers, data entry clerks, debt collectors, receiver of loan applications, mail receivers, administrative reporter, flight reservation clerks, hotels and tourism program employees, watch repairers and many others.

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