$28,440 annually. Includes a comprehensive benefits package.
Description of Duties:
The Database Clerk will perform various tasks associated with epidemiological research. This includes tracking and receiving data and source documents in various forms; the ability to interpret data to be abstracted and entered and to verify its accuracy through a QC process. The applicant will assist in research projects with scheduling, compiling reference data for research purposed, maintaining files and offering operational support. High proficiency in computer skills, Microsoft Office, email, telephone work and filing required. Must be highly motivated to work independently and in a team environment and have excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
Applicants must have a High School diploma or High School Equivalency diploma and the equivalent of one year of full-time data entry experience.
The preferred candidate will have an Associates degree or some college, at least two years experience working with data, knowledge of medical terminology or working in a medical or research environment, experience with Microsoft Office performing data entry and using Excel and Access, excellent communication skills, ability to perform relevant medical searches using internet search tools, and be very comfortable using the computer and office equipment for various functions.
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