Index documents, using procedures for updates and new business/rewrites, while quality checking all pages.
Using PC and imaging software, index individual batches of previously scanned documents into the appropriate work baskets.
Review all previously scanned pages to ensure quality, checking for specific information as outlined in procedures for the section.
Acquire knowledge to identify and handle problems which may occur during prepping and/or scanning as they relate to problem documents and scanner malfunctions.
Route documents which cannot be property indexed to rescan module and complete proper forms.
Log any index system malfunctions. Notify appropriate personnel.
Possesses knowledge of document classes.
Regular, predictable attendance as employee has to physically be in the office.
This list of essential functions is non-exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary.
Cross-training in document prep and imaging scanning.
Physical demands: Normal vision/hearing with or without correction; Sitting.
Mental demands: Time pressure; High volume production; Attention to detail and accuracy.
Environmental factors: Standard office lighting, temperature, and noise.
Equipment: Keyboard; Personal computer.
High school diploma or GED.
Basic skills in Microsoft Office.
6000 KSPH numeric key skill.
Experience in Imaging or Records Control desired.
Good communication skills.
Good work organization, detail oriented, and accurate.
Good analytic skills to recognize document type.
Able to comprehend code definitions.
Good customer service orientation.
Ability to problem-solve.