data entry operator

(redirected from Data entry clerk)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

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.
Copyright © 1981-2019 by The Computer Language Company Inc. All Rights reserved. THIS DEFINITION IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. All other reproduction is strictly prohibited without permission from the publisher.
References in periodicals archive ?
2640-.12 FTE data entry clerk, 1 hour per day (including 10 minutes daily for backing up the data to floppy disks)
"This is indeed a well-thought-out court verdict after major contesting parties turned down suggestion for an out-of-court settlement," said Rakesh Kumar, a data entry clerk at a local company here.
The error was picked up when a data entry clerk at the hospital checked the patient's notes against the computer record after the operation.
Steven Husband, 28, data entry clerk, Chester-le-Street: I don't think they really do enough for what we pay.
The best resource to any database is the data entry clerk. They can tell you things like "oh, we usually just skip that information."
Does the data entry clerk need subsecond response time?
According to Nilles, the occupations most suitable for full-time, home-based telecommuting include architect, data entry clerk, graphic artist, journalist, telemarketer.
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.
surprise," says Simpson, a data entry clerk who lives in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Morin worked for 27 years as a data entry clerk for Coz Chemical until her retirement in 1997, and previously worked for many years at the former Whitin Machine Works and Wyman Gordon.
Tania made friends with Stacey and Abigail while working as a Royal Mail data entry clerk. The trio decided to go to their local Gala bingo hall.

Full browser ?