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Houston, TX
Records Analyst
Houston, TX
Collier-Howe
Houston, TX
Records Analyst
  • Assist in processing files for incoming/departing attorneys
  • Assist Finance/ Accounting with various tasks related to processing and archiving client bills
  • Ensures the execution and compliance of all record policies, procedures and processes by visiting and examining each facilities record keeping practices
  • Ensures the execution and compliance of all record policies, procedures and processes by visiting and examining each facility record keeping practices
  • Develops and delivers records management training programs and materials including policies, standards, and procedures
  • Develops reports for the CACSS Director for strategic advisement planning. Supports the CACSS staff with support and training to run reports
  • Responsible for the file closing processes for records to be shipped offsite
Houston, TX
Electronic Medical Records Analyst
Houston, TX
Greenfelder-Ward
Houston, TX
Electronic Medical Records Analyst
  • Provide feedback and assist EMR Business Project Manager with EMR projects and initiatives
  • Assists in the development and implementation of EMR training, support activities and monitoring of functionality usage
  • Format, design, and build relevant content for online forms, mapping data collection and clinical workflows documentation
  • Develop and maintain relationships with clinic staff including physicians, care team and office staff
  • Manage and resolve complex EMR system problems in coordination with internal stakeholders including Cigna-HealthSpring Enterprise and IT
  • Develop and document current and future state processes
  • Serve as an EMR super user / subject matter expert for all practice management operations
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New York, NY
Senior Records Analyst
New York, NY
Turner-Bergnaum
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New York, NY
Senior Records Analyst
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  • Develops and implements project planning, status reporting, and scheduling
  • Execute assigned projects while meeting deadlines and providing consistent and substantive updates to his or her supervisor
  • Provides guidance in researching and resolving simple records issues
  • Assist department leadership with the new hire interview, onboarding and training process
  • Supports implementation of process improvements (e.g. efficiencies gained by aligning work streams)
  • Act as a team leader and role model for peers and junior staff members of the department, delivering a professional and polished work product at all times
  • Develops and delivers presentations, training and other educational materials
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
The University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
Skills Skills
  • Ability to accomplish a task by carefully paying attention to all levels of detail
  • Ability to quickly learn proprietary systems
  • Ability to accomplish a task thoroughly with sharp attention to detail, no matter how small
  • Ability to be flexible and maintain a professional manner in all situations
  • Ability to interpret and apply standard RIM principles
  • Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community
  • Able to work in a team environment
  • Ability to follow instructions from internal and external clients and follow through
  • Reliable and punctual
  • Ability to work within a multi-office environment
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15 Records Analyst resume templates

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Senior Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Analyze and recommend strategies and actions needed to implement procedures in electronic and physical records projects as generated by various departments
  • Transition hard-copy processes to electronic business processes by utilizing new technologies. Provide technical expertise on issues related to the transfer, preservation and accessibility of physical record content to an electronic record keeping format
  • Recommend systematic technology solutions for automating lifecycle management of electronically stored information. Work with information systems staff to develop and implement appropriate procedures for managing electronically stored records
  • Assist in the design, development and maintenance of records programs, including enterprise outreach, retention schedules, guidelines, policy implementation and procedures to achieve participation in and compliance with the records and information governance program
  • Work with Records Manager in the development and presentation of the Records Management training program for new hires and department records coordinators from various departments across the enterprise. Assist with recruiting, training and continued support for records coordinators
  • Provide technical assistance and training on issues related to the transfer, preservation, and accessibility of physical and electronic records. Administer vendor system specific training for designated business units
  • Collect and review retention and disposition recommendations from users to update policies and procedures. Liaison with Legal Department, Risk Management and Information Technology to revise retention schedules
  • Administer and coordinate the destruction review process. Support and provide consultation to department Managers for the purge of onsite or offsite records in coordination with outside records management vendor
  • Assist with active/inactive records maintenance, including indexing/storage, retrieval, shredding and destruction in accordance with Company Policy. Perform vendor account management duties including scheduling records transfers, pickups and shredding in addition to bill payment and expense reconciliation
  • Maintain knowledge and awareness of current industry trends, technology methods and improvements (i.e. by attending trade associations) and bring knowledge and best practices to team for implementing process improvements
  • Minimum 3 years of related experience
  • Certified Records Manager (CRM) or Enterprise Records Management Specialist (ERM) or Enterprise Records Management Master (ERM)
  • Experience with records management software applications, off-site records storage and retrieval vendors, and audits
  • Experienced in transitioning hard-copy record keeping processes to electronic recordkeeping processing, including automating lifecycle management of electronically stored information
  • Experience training users and records staff on records systems and policy and procedures
  • Project management experience including documenting project milestones, procedures and reporting
  • Experience in database creation and management
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite 2007 or later, including Power Point, Excel, Word and Access
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Two years of general office work including data entry, records filing and related duties; law firm experienced preferred
  • Experience working with intellectual property, trust administration, and litigation records preferred
  • Experience working with electronic records system preferred
  • Familiarity with records/document retention procedures preferred
  • Familiarity with incoming and outgoing records transfer procedures preferred
  • Ability to follow instructions from internal and external clients and follow through
  • Ability to accomplish a task by carefully paying attention to all levels of detail
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with all levels of personnel, including attorneys, paralegals, secretaries and other support staff
  • Ability to work effectively in a culturally and educationally diverse environment
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Systems Records Analyst Collections Resume Examples & Samples

  • A post secondary degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience with a minimum three years related experience
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills. (English - mandatory, French - desired)
  • Strong attention to detail combined with the ability to work accurately in a fast paced team environment
  • Analytical, organizational and planning skills are required
  • Minimum of one year experience in Project environment preferred
  • A self-starter
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Support other RIM functions and Knowledge Management initiatives as needed
  • Three years of general office work, including data entry, records filing and law firm experience preferred
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, preferably Office 2010
  • LegalKEY records management software experience preferred
  • Experience working with electronic records in a document management system preferred
  • Familiarity with records/document retention procedures and policies preferred
  • Ability to accomplish a task thoroughly with sharp attention to detail, no matter how small
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with all levels of personnel
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Records Management
  • Public Records Requests
  • 15% Providing administrative support to the Senior Advisor
  • 10% Assisting with Executive Office and Presidential Residence inventorying and responses to audits, subpoenas, and other similar efforts on an as-needed basis
  • 10% Assisting with Executive Office responses to public records requests, including conducting records searches, reviewing records, coordinating with the Office of Public Records and Open Public Meetings, etc
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Senior Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Three years of general office work preferred, including two plus years of records management in a law firm experience required
  • Experience working with intellectual property, transactional law, trust administration, and litigation records preferred
  • Experience with iManage/FileSite preferred
  • Ability to follow instructions effectively and to follow up and follow through
  • Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks and complete them under tight time constraints
  • Ability to be flexible and maintain a professional manner in all situations
  • Ability to deal effectively with people and issues, through to resolution
  • Ability to work within a multi-office environment
  • Ability to lead a team on projects
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Expert Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • This position may support one or more of the following departments: Electric Strategy and Asset Management (ES&AM), Energy Policy and Procurement (EP&P), Electric Business and Performance Planning (EB&PM), Power Generation (PGEN)
  • Develop and manage road map and project plan to meet program requirements
  • Develop line of sight goals, metrics and provide reporting as required
  • Develop RIM compliance strategy for organization that position supports
  • Develop and maintain taxonomy for organization that position supports, and support/implement ECM
  • Provide input to Session D, S-1, S-2
  • Lead and/or support development, implementation and management of records and information management policies, standards and procedures
  • Develop and implement progress tracking and reporting for RIM initiatives focusing on business value, increased productivity, reduced risk and cost avoidance
  • Support records compliance activities (e.g. requirements gathering, solution development/implementation, annual records disposition reporting, destruction and certification of destruction process)
  • Work collaboratively with Legal and Information Technology staff and other business units to develop and achieve RIM objectives
  • Participate in the development and ongoing maintenance of the Records Management Governance Framework, including implementation of the retention schedule, and preservation or destruction of records across the enterprise
  • Travel within PG&E service territory: Approximately 5-10%
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PD Medical Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Work/Life: 8a-4p, weekends as needed
  • Career Growth:AHS welcomes internal movement and promotion
  • Previous computer experience
  • Proven record of strong attention to detail
  • Health care office or records experience a plus
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Records Analyst, Principal Resume Examples & Samples

  • 8 years related records management or relevant experience
  • Master’s degree (Business/Finance/Economics, IT, or Library and Information Systems)
  • Records Management Degree, J.D., Paralegal Certificate
  • Experience with large scale design, development and implementation of enterprise records
  • Utility experience
  • Leads a matrix team and the day to day operations for the tactical implementation of corporate RM policies within the LOB and ensures data integrity, availability, governance
  • Interprets corporate wide policies and establishes project implementation plans for line of business, such as methods of identification, location, collection and retention of LOB records
  • Manages line of business records information lifecycle, working closely with the other departments
  • Participates in developing LOB RM
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Dshs Forms & Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of medical records and procedures
  • Knowledge of computerized communication and data management systems (Outlook, Work, Excel, Access)
  • Knowledge of medical terminology and medical records principles
  • Ability to interact with staff/public, responding to requests for information, inquires, or complaints
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Forms & Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Process requests and disclosures of information internal, external and from offenders. Follow Federal, State Laws, and DOC Policies and Procedures on disclosing information to external and internal requesters. Respond to Public Disclosure Unit (PDU) requests. Analyze court, attorneys and other external persons of interest requests for disclosing offender's health information by following legal requirements. Respond to subpoenas and court orders and give dispositions when necessary. Remain aware of timeframes and deadlines. Certify health records. Check credentials and right-to-know of internal requesters. Process requests for the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board (ISRB), End of Sentence Review Committee (ESRC), Out of State movements (OOS), and others. Schedule appointments for offenders at their request for examination of their medical file. Process offender's requests for health record copies. Verify funds are received and necessary forms are signed before copies are provided. Maintain health records disclosure log. Respond to offender correspondence related to health records. Serve as a resource for information on HIPAA regulations, Federal and State laws related to health information, DOC policy and Health Records Guidelines, confidentiality and security of patient records, appropriate placement of records and documentation requirements
  • Maintain Offender's health records for all offenders assigned to MCC according to DOC policies and procedures. Assemble new or temporary charts when necessary. Perform quality assurance checks and auditing records. Forward loose filing to appropriate locations. Maintain charts as required. Ensure records are safeguarded and kept in a confidential manner. Prepare records for archiving and send them to appropriate records offices in accordance with Health Records Guidelines. Assist health services staff with implementing new forms. Investigate co-pay issues concerning overpayments alleged by offenders
  • Process arriving and departing Offender's medical records. Remain current on all admissions and departures of offenders at MCC/facility as required via OMNI, email, and data based reports. Provide back up for other units as required. Prepare and send current and extra volumes and the paperwork required for transfer to other locations. Create out-guides for each incoming health record. Locate charts and request/provide information when records are not available
  • Training and other duties as assigned by supervisor. Attend and successfully complete training as required. Assist with training new health services staff as noted in the Medical Records Guidelines
  • Certification by the American Health Information Management Association as a Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Registered Health Information Administrator in good standing
  • Two (2) years or more experience in maintaining and processing medical records or files
  • Experience working in a correctional facility
  • Ability to maintain regular and reliable attendance
  • Complete a felony disclosure form prior to employment and submit to a criminal background check
  • Successfully complete, within mandated time-frames, employee orientation and all other mandatory annual in-service and other required training
  • Provide a physical residential address and home telephone number to the Department of Corrections
  • Become familiar and comply all DOC policies and procedures and Collective Bargaining Agreements as applicable
  • Submit to a drug test in accordance with CBA and agency policy
  • The successful candidate will be required to maintain certification by attending approved continuing education classes in AHIMA core content areas
  • Your answers to the supplemental questions must be supported by the work experience section in your application or you may not be considered for this position. Resumes will not replace the completed "Work Experience" section in your online application
  • You may be disqualified if your work experience does not include information used to: 1) meet the minimum qualifications of the job and 2) back up your answers to the supplemental questions. Only complete applications will be considered. Please be sure to answer all supplemental questions
  • Please include a minimum of three professional references with your application to include phone number and email address. A professional reference is defined as an individual who has been paid to supervise your work and can attest to your work performance, technical skills, and job competencies. If you do not have any or sufficient professional references, please include non-related professionals, such as educators or other professional associates
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Senior Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Working knowledge of retention guidelines and relevant records and information management technology applications for records retention
  • Strong decision making skills
  • Ability to effectively work with people of all levels
  • Understanding of excellent customer service concepts, principles and practices
  • Project and process management skills
  • Maintains records systems and procedures to facilitate the orderly retention and disposition of records
  • Acts as a liaison between ERIM and the line of business to support program activities and promote effective management of records and information
  • Inventories and analyzes line of business records, classifies and maintains appropriate retention values for each record class
  • Under general guidance, applies full understanding of fundamental technical/ professional concepts to the compliant and efficient control of records and information management within the line of business
  • Supports implementation of process improvements (e.g. efficiencies gained by aligning work streams)
  • Establishes and maintains cross-functional working relationships within the line of business and with key business partners throughout PG&E. (e.g., other lines of business IT and Legal)
  • Develops and implements project planning, status reporting, and scheduling
  • Provides guidance in researching and resolving simple records issues
  • Liaises within the line of business to manage process improvements
  • Develops and delivers presentations, training and other educational materials
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Arizona statues, including Records Management (Title 41) and Public Records (Title 39) laws
  • Federal Laws, regulations and standards relating to RIM, including confidentiality statutes
  • Federal rules and regulations relating to records
  • Ability to interpret and apply standard RIM principles
  • Communicate effectively and work with diverse groups of people
  • Use/learn various computer applications including
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Records Analyst Classification Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate the development of classification guides (SCG)
  • Maintain a repository of digital copies of SCG’s
  • Complete ISOO reporting requirements (SF 311, cost report, classification count, etc.)
  • Monitor IC annual self-inspection reporting
  • Provide OCA and Derivative classification training to ODNI and other IC agency and contractor teams
  • Provide classification guidance and document review support for classification accuracy and declassification activities
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Business Administration, English, Management, or Political Science and 5 years of related professional experience
  • Familiarity with EO 13526 (Classified National Security Information) and 32 CFR Part 2001 (implementing directive) and IC classification marking methodologies
  • Experience advising and consulting on IC programs
  • Certified Records Management (CRM) certification
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Public Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Regulate complex records systems to organize and maintain, according to the University's retention schedule, all paper and electronic data and information submitted in response to public records requests
  • Oversee all aspects of a caseload of public records requests for the SoM
  • 10% - Other duties as assigned
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Forms & Records Analyst W Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must have excellent oral and written communication skills – conveys clear, timely, persuasive messages that positively influence the thoughts and actions of others
  • Manage and prioritize multiple issues and projects
  • Effectively analyze, develop and manage program records
  • Excellent organizational and planning skills
  • Strong relationship building and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to maintain a positive attitude and create collaborative relationships
  • Advanced skills in personal computers including all Microsoft Office programs
  • Ability to absorb new information, understands, and interprets verbal and written direction, and question appropriately
  • Ability to adapt to change and willingly accept new assignments or projects
  • Ability to meet deadlines and manage competing demands
  • Must be able to work for extended periods in an office setting
  • Must be able to adapt to a flexible work schedule and travel on short notice
  • A cover letter describing how you meet the qualifications of this position (generic cover letter will not be accepted)
  • A current resume (please make it succinct)
  • Three professional references (personal references do not count as professional)
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Electronic Medical Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Serve as an EMR super user / subject matter expert for all practice management operations
  • Design clinical content in EMR to support care processes (including documentation, ordering, reporting, alerts and notification actions.)
  • Manage and resolve complex EMR system problems in coordination with internal stakeholders including Cigna-HealthSpring Enterprise and IT
  • Assists in the development and implementation of EMR training, support activities and monitoring of functionality usage
  • Participate in audit process and follow up as identified to comply with workflow and compliance standards
  • Format, design, and build relevant content for online forms, mapping data collection and clinical workflows documentation
  • Analyze, recommend, develop and implement reliable and efficient means of navigating through the EMR
  • Identification of data integrity issues and recommendations to correct
  • Provide feedback and assist EMR Business Project Manager with EMR projects and initiatives
  • Develop and maintain relationships with clinic staff including physicians, care team and office staff
  • Develop and document current and future state processes
  • Test and troubleshoot problems, new features, upgrades, and fixes
  • Proficient in the current HEDIS/P4Q/Stars measures and understanding of how a Medicare Advantage plan works
  • Adhere to HIPAA guidelines and maintains confidentiality
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience with GE Electronic Medical Record and Centricity Practice System configurations (Highly desire experience with Centricity)
  • Professional experience in systems analysis related to clinical applications
  • Minimum of 2 years of clinical experience practice management setting
  • College degree in nursing, health care or business related field
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including ability to understand and interpret clinical needs and transform IT technical tools to meet these needs
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Solid ability to use Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Project
  • Experience with healthcare operations, including a basic understanding of different departments and their role in healthcare delivery
  • Visual Form Editor (VFE) programming experience
  • Knowledge/experience in ICD-9 and CPT coding guidelines
  • Knowledge of practice management system(s)
  • Experience working in a technical role with an EMR
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the file closing processes for records to be shipped offsite
  • Use automated records software to search and retrieve files from offsite and makes use of firm scanners and barcodes to track files
  • Assist secretaries with updates to existing file information
  • Process all previously retrieved closed files to be sent back to offsite storage facility
  • Research location of files upon request
  • Interact with secretaries, administrators, and attorneys on a daily basis to ensure prompt resolution of issues and questions concerning file retrieval, offsite storage, and records data
  • Assist Finance/ Accounting with various tasks related to processing and archiving client bills
  • Assist in processing files for incoming/departing attorneys
  • Assume additional responsibilities as requested by Manager of Conflict and Records and Department administrators
  • Pickup/Dropoff shredding totes to various locations for vendor pickup
  • Candidates are required to have a minimum of 2 years experience within a records management environment
  • Ability to handle information confidentially
  • Ability to shift, lift, and/or physically move banker boxes of approximately 25 lbs
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Electronic Medical Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • 2+ years of Business analysis expertise in healthcare analytics environment
  • Displays technical proficiency within EMR / Practice Management System configurations. (Experience with GE Centricity or NextGen a plus)
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience within healthcare or IT
  • Exposure to clinical terminologies such as ICD-9/10 and CPT coding guidelines
  • Experience with HIPAA, and knowledge of PII best practices
  • Ability to work well within a fast paced, deadline oriented environment
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensures the execution and compliance of all record policies, procedures and processes by visiting and examining each facilities record keeping practices
  • Monitors and reports on the successful implementation of corporate policies and procedures, our client’s record guidelines and federal, state and local laws governing records retention
  • Provides training and assistance to employees and counsels in records creation, retention, storage, search, retrieval, review, and production of company records
  • Liaison between corporate, region and facilities in reference to all records retention issues and information
  • Responds promptly to all facility inquiries relating to document custody concerns
  • Assists the Corporate Records Retention Manager in retaining all of client current record retention guidelines
  • Evaluates the record retention performance of facilities and makes recommendations to the Corporate Records Retention Manager on improvements
  • Formulates a plan based on the recommendation and the unique facility needs in addressing document matters
  • Coordinates limited facility resources to ensure the implementation and compliance of the recommendations and corporate record retention program
  • Assists facilities in creating a master list of all documents to be retained, stored or shredded
  • Directs the transfer, storage, or destruction of records from terminated facilities
  • Manages and instructs the proper set-up, structure and implementation of all records to a new facility
  • Distributes all approved documentation to each facility in reference to record retention matters
  • Contributes to the continuous development of the Records Retention Department programs and processes
  • Creates, interprets and reports any statistical data, concerns, or issues in the area of records to the Corporate Records Retention Manager
  • Frequently travels to all domestic facilities, offsite storage facilities, and regional and corporate offices
  • As necessary, represents the company in meeting with customers, suppliers and vendors
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • General understanding of development industry standards, policies and practices within the office, and the impact on the prospect management area
  • Strong attention to detail with an emphasis on accuracy and strong communication skills, along with significant organizational skills required. Able to clearly communicate both verbally and in writing
  • Able to follow and document procedures and maintain organized records of all data changes
  • Inquisitive, self-motivated, and independent worker
  • Patient, persistent, tactful, and discreet in dealing with confidential information
  • Innovative thinking skills to recognize the many interactions between record screens
  • Ability to concentrate in a busy office atmosphere; strong interpersonal skills and team-orientation; ability to communicate effectively to managers and co-workers
  • Ability to identify and establish priorities and to work under constant deadlines and with numerous interruptions
  • Ability to analyze biographical information and recommend new ways of maintaining data and new information sources
  • Must be proficient in Excel and Word. Entry level experience in working with relational databases with an understanding of development industry system applications
  • Strong keyboarding skills required
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Processes apostille requests, graduation applications and certifications, and corresponding diploma orders
  • Prepares weekly reports and correspondence
  • May assist with development of class schedule
  • May handle cash received for processing of requests
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Builds collections and creates tools to support research and learning
  • Provides access to and promotes the discovery and use of local and external information resources
  • Manages the review, release, and preservation of Argonne authored publications; and
  • Maintains a physical environment that promotes study and research
  • Concepts, principles, professional and international standards, and operating practices employed in content and records management, including business rules, best practices and automated solutions
  • Workflow processes and document control practices in an enterprise content management (ECM) environment
  • Monitoring and processing content submitted to an Electronic Records Repository and reviewing content for metadata and workflow requirements
  • Implementing and maintaining control over records inventory management system to ensure compliance with federal retention requirements
  • Monitoring and interpreting changes in retention requirements to ensure consistent application
  • Experience recommending media format and storage requirements of records to be used throughout life cycle
  • Ability to interact and communicate effectively with all levels of staff across multiple departments and with service providers to ensure success in the position
  • Analyzing and interpreting information received from a variety of internal and external sources and making recommendations or taking action based on that data
  • Bachelors’ Degree with three or more years’ experience in records management/content management
  • U.S. citizenship
  • Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Education
  • Understanding of principles of database management, enterprise architecture, and systems analysis
  • Sharepoint or Box collaborative environment experience
  • Working in a federal records management environment and in responding to FOIA information requests and legal holds preferred
  • Knowledge of the Federal Records Act, NARA regulations, DOD 5015.2 and 36CFR
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Forms & Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree with an emphasis/major in public or business administration, pre-law, government, political science, paralegal studies or a related field AND six (6) months of direct work related experience in public records, records management, or legal discovery
  • Experience with and advanced knowledge of the Public Records Act
  • Experience with and advanced knowledge of litigation discovery processes
  • Working knowledge of LCB programs, policies, procedures, rules, and regulations
  • Advanced level of skill utilizing Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
  • Demonstrated ability for attention to detail and good organization skills
  • Ability to interact professionally with internal and/or external customers
  • Ability to work in a high volume diverse and stressful environment
  • Current Resume
  • Letter of Interest
  • 3-4 Professional References
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Forms & Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Three (3) years of academic or professional experience conducting research or reviewing written research materials and analyzing and interpreting policies, laws, rules or regulations
  • Working knowledge of the Washington State Public Records Act (RCW 42.56)
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate, independently analyze, and weigh the risks versus benefits in decisions and recommendations related to public disclosure issues
  • Strong attention to detail, with the ability to review high volumes of documents for possible redactions without errors
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and to complete projects on tight deadlines
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality in working with sensitive information
  • Flexibility and ability to work successfully as part of a diverse work team
  • Proficiency with several computer software programs, including Word, Excel, Access Database, SharePoint, Outlook, and the ability to maintain databases
  • Ability to conduct document and file searches in electronic and paper document filing systems
  • A Bachelor's Degree in business administration, public administration, law, public affairs or related field
  • Experience with electronic records or public disclosure systems
  • Knowledge and understanding of WDFW programs and activities
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Senior Records Analyst Office of Advancement Resume Examples & Samples

  • Familiarity and comfort with use of formulas in Excel and Microsoft Access
  • Experience with Banner and Salesforce platforms
  • Knowledge of database reporting
  • Familiarity with creating and running SQL queries
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Forms & Records Analyst Public Disclosure Resume Examples & Samples

  • Composing and editing documents using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel to create, format, edit, preview, print, and save documents
  • Searching, navigating,research and download information, using internet explorer and web-based applications
  • Reading, reviewing, interpreting, and retaining information, letters, and high volumes of documents with attention to detail
  • Using data and information to assess and understand issues, evaluate options and make conclusions and decisions
  • Composing letters, memos, reports and business correspondence
  • Communicating effectively verbally and in writing using language that is appropriate to both the complexity of the topic and the knowledge and understanding of the reader
  • Tracking, monitoring, and managing multiple and competing priorities to produce accurate, thorough, and timely results/products
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide systems support for the operation, maintenance, testing, and application planning/development of Student Information Systems including Oracle-PeopleSoft CMS (Campus Solutions), Imaging Systems, and Hyperion/Reporting. Assist the Lead Records Analyst in evaluating and making recommendations for improvements to technology systems to support the Office of the Registrar. Disseminate information to users regarding system improvements, upgrades and changes to current systems
  • Assist the Office of the Registrar staff, other Student Affairs and Academic Departments, and Information Technology staff in understanding systems functions and processes, providing guidance in business process redesign. Research and recommend processes and/or procedures for improving efficiency and accuracy
  • Perform technical administrative functions including processes for beginning and end of term, auditing and correcting records to ensure accurate data, troubleshooting issues, providing enrollment and other ongoing reports, and designing and generating ad hoc queries and reports
  • Prepare and maintain systems/operational documentation for Office of the Registrar processes. Assist with the development of operational policies. Provide policy guidance and interpretation to other staff and academic departments
  • Work cooperatively with Student Information Systems, Information Technology, and the Chancellor’s Office to support and enhance CMS development and implementation
  • Perform other job-related duties and special projects as assigned
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ongoing responsibility for monitoring and maintaining accuracy of degree audits and Smart Planner and proposing resolution for reported coding challenges and problem situations. Provides for the accurate, comprehensive, and timely implementation of changes in all the systems mentioned above. Responsible for the analysis of complex degree, general education and university requirements to support and maintain Degree Audit and Smart Planner. Constructing and developing a coding schema based on the delivered PeopleSoft functionality. Executes testing and validating the desired results for Smart Planner. Responsible for documentation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and problem resolution related to the accuracy and reliability of the Academic Advising Systems and Smart Planner modules
  • Develops a thorough understanding of the Student Information System (SIS), Campus Solutions-Student in support of advisement operations including Degree Audit and Smart Planner, and participates in the implementation and testing of upgrades as issued by Smart Planner and the CSU. Produces operational queries, reports, and documentation
  • Develops and delivers initial training to advisors regarding Smart Planner and works with the CACSS Director to administer access to advisors. Acts as first point of contact for advisors and CACSS staff to report any Smart Planner issues. Provides all advisors and CACSS staff with on-going training support and training resources to effectively use the SIS system for advisement activities, including the use of the advisement center, review of a student’s degree audit, and Smart Planner. Acts as a liaison between advisement end-users and IT/SIS. Identifies and resolves any training issues
  • Monitors policies, rules, and regulations of the University and its Colleges pertaining to degree requirements and major declaration processes by remaining informed of alterations to the CSUMB curriculum and GE requirements as issued by Academic Affairs and executive orders
  • Assist Records annually to update changes to Degree Audit
  • Develops reports for the CACSS Director for strategic advisement planning. Supports the CACSS staff with support and training to run reports
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Forms & Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Accept personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work. Can be relied upon to achieve excellent results with little need for oversight. Work independently with moderate supervision
  • Identifying key facts and information
  • Detecting when information may be incorrect, missing, or require verification
  • Identifying and taking appropriate actions or responses to information based on guidelines, procedures, or requirements
  • Paying close attention to detail. Consistently reviewing work to ensure quality
  • Producing thorough, accurate documents; identifying and correcting errors
  • Incorporating feedback for on-going quality improvement on work products
  • Accurately performing alpha-numerical filing
  • One (1) or more years (full-time equivalency) of experience in the following
  • An Associate's degree or higher; OR two (2) or more years of successful completion of college-level coursework (72 quarter hours or semester equivalent)
  • Two (2) or more years (full-time equivalency) of experience in the following
  • Three (3) or more professional references (to be included in your applicant profile). Please include at least one supervisor, peer, and if you've supervised other staff, a subordinate
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Forms & Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Associate's degree in Business Administration, Records Management, or related field or high school graduation and three years of experience in records management
  • Two (2) years of experience in records management and/or public records disclosure
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate, independently analyze, and weigh the risks versus benefits in decisions and recommendations related to public disclosure, personnel records related issues
  • Strong attention to detail with the ability to review high volumes of documents for possible redactions without errors
  • Knowledge of the Washington State Public Disclosure Act (RCW 42.56)
  • Knowledge of the Washington State Preservation and Destruction of Public Records Act (RCW 40.14)
  • Proficiency with several computer software programs, including Word, Excel, Access, SharePoint, PowerPoint, Outlook, and the ability to maintain databases
  • Experience working in a human resource, legal, healthcare, or other professional setting where extreme confidentiality is required
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Correctional Case Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • 40% Redaction - review requests received for document(s) from Attorneys, US Probation/ Federal and State, US Customs and Enforcement (ICE), other state and federal agencies and from discharged offenders themselves to determine which documents and/or information can be provided to the requestor. If it is determined certain information within the requested document(s`) cannot be released, the CCRA is responsible for redacting the document(s) prior to sending to the requestor
  • 30% Review and certify PC 969b prior prison packets for the District Attorney. Liaison with other state and federal agencies and departments, District Attorneys and Prosecuting Attorneys, as well as counterparts in other states and localities requesting information related to prior convictions. Take appropriate action when reviewing documents to ensure information contained in the Electronic Records Management System (ERMS) file is correct, accurate and determine compliance with statutes. Review appropriate Strategic Offender Records Management System (SOMS) printouts to ensure all case numbers are entered accordingly. Refer cases to the Legal Processing Unit when needed
  • 25% Review and process Subpoena’s / Court Orders in a timely manner, preserve the privacy of records maintained by adhering to mandated laws. Protect the confidentiality of protected documents such as those protected by HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act) and protecting the dissemination of records that could compromise the security of CDCR and public safety. Refer cases to staff counsel at the Office of Legal Affairs as needed, and track subpoenas to ensure mandated times frames are met
  • 5% Review and evaluate legal documents and miscellaneous documents as necessary to determine if the case(s) contain information pertinent to the Sexual Violent Predator criteria. Duplicate documents from hard-copy files, microfiche, ERMS and/or SOMS and forward or communicate information to the Board of Prison Hearings or institution(s). Responsible for the collection, maintenance and disclosure of records identified under the Public Records Act (PRA), define, interpret, analyze and take action on legal documents that are received at the Departmental Archives Unit. These legal documents include Abstracts of Judgments, Minute Orders, Sentencing Transcripts, and Court Decisions based on commitments to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Ensure documents are immediately faxed to an institution or parole region if case is active. Conducts miscellaneous training as needed and engages in other duties as assigned
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • 7 years’ experience in records management, data management and librarianship
  • Minimum of 2 years of oil and gas records management experience
  • Advanced energy industry records content and/or records management competencies are required
  • Organization, time management, thoroughness, attention to detail, consistent clerical speed and accuracy, communication, teamwork, and customer service skills are also essential performance areas for this position
  • Level 2 Microsoft Office, Expert User of Records Management Application and Enterprise Content Management Application
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assume additional responsibilities as requested by Manager of Conflict and Department Administrator
  • Pickup/Drop off shredding totes to various locations for vendor pickup
  • Support Silicon Valley office with routine visits to the location, and supporting all ad hoc records needs
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Incomplete Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1 year experience in an office environment required, previous HIM experience strongly preferred
  • Experience in analyzing Inpatient, SDC, ER, and Clinical charts a plus
  • Must be able to sit for extended period of time, view computer screen for extended for a period of time
  • *ONLY CANDIDATES WITH SALARY REQUIREMENTS LISTED WILL BE CONSIDERED***
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Senior Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • 469501000
  • 17CW5-PGX0036-0342-14-LG
  • 1 to 5 nights per month
  • The experience may have been gained in the public sector, private sector or Volunteer Service. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis
  • To begin, either click the “Create a New Account” button and follow the prompts to register or if you previously registered, click the "" button and follow the prompts
  • You will be re-directed to Treasury’s CareerConnector system to complete your application process; answer the online questions, and submit all required documents. (To submit supporting documents, click one of the available options; Upload; Fax; or Reuse existing documents. To protect your privacy, we suggest you first remove your SSN). Also, go to “My Account” to view and update your information, as necessary
  • To complete, you must click the “Submit Application” button located at the bottom of the “Application Review” page
  • To verify your application is complete, log into your USAJOBS account, select the Application Status link and then select the more information link for this position. The Details page will display the status of your application and the documentation received
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Medical Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Adheres to the standards identified in the Medical Center's Organizational and Managerial Competencies
  • Reinstates physicians daily removes physicians from withdrawal of privileges list
  • Performs pre-screening functions for coders and CDA's
  • Performs quality checks for scanned images
  • Copy Medical Records
  • Experience in health care or related field
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Document & Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience in electronic records or information management
  • A strong team worker with well developed interpersonal, communication negotiation and influencing skills
  • Ability to contribute to strategic developments, understanding implications of decisions long term
  • Ability to learn quickly and adapt to new technology and concepts
  • Ability to plan own work to meet objectives with broad guidance from line manager and project leader(s) and to work independently to tight deadlines
  • Knowledge of managing electronic proprietary information in a regulated environment is desirable
  • Knowledge of Records Management
  • Experience facilitating the application of records retention policies and schedules throughout a record's lifecycle
  • Experience of document control
  • Knowledge of the "letter and spirit" of regulatory laws and directives, and liability for non-compliance as related to pharmaceutical manufacturing
  • Maintain Document Indexes
  • Conduct regular audits of documentation
  • Produce statistical reports to department manager
  • Ensure released documents are available to all staff needing access to these documents
  • Control the archiving of documents
  • Local administrative support for CDMS
  • Support DRM eDMS and file shares
  • Support of authors and approvers in the tasks of managing new and revised documents
  • Ensure full audit trail is visible and accountable for each document that gains approved status
  • Ensure approved documents are available to all staff needing access to these documents
  • Ensure all superseded documents and versions are available in the archive
  • Provide assistance as necessary during audits
  • Provide 1st line support to DRM stakeholders
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience with federal, state, and local legislation and policies and procedures specifically related to records and information management
  • Experience managing and administering existing records management contracts with various vendors
  • Proven ability to make decisions on behalf of respective business units concerning program operations
  • Experience coordinating and implementing a department records management plan
  • Proven ability to review record keeping practices for compliance, as well as identify and report noncompliance practices
  • Three (3) years or more of Government Records Management experience
  • Coordinates the development and implementation of departmental records and information management programs
  • Reviews the effectiveness of departmental record-keeping practices and proposes recommendations for improvement
  • Coordinates the development and implementation of departmental records management policies, standards, and procedures for, indexing, classification, retention, disposition, and protection
  • Oversees the completion and ongoing maintenance of the department’s records inventory
  • Coordinates the review process for the department’s records control schedules and submits them to the Office of the City Clerk for review and approval
  • Works with the Office of the City Clerk to maintain the control schedules and keep them up-to-date
  • Assists with the identification of the department’s vital records and the creation and maintenance of the department’s vital records protection and disaster recovery plans
  • Develops and delivers records management training programs and materials including policies, standards, and procedures
  • Reviews and approves requests to transfer departmental records to the Records Center or destroy records that have met retention requirements
  • Reviews and approves the disposition of the department’s records and submits disposition requests to the Office of the City Clerk
  • Attends meetings, recommends tasks for, and evaluates the performance of, the department’s Records Management Team
  • Attends corporate/departmental Records Management Team meetings and coordinates with the Office of the City Clerk
  • Prepares an annual report on the status of the department’s records and information management program
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of trends, issues, and accepted practices relevant to the position
  • Candidates must have strong analytical and problem solving skills, as well as excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community
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Ops Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Skills in utilizing Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel and Word
  • Ability to perform effectively taking instruction from multiple people and organizing tasks
  • Ability to communicate effectively, verbally, and in writing
  • Knowledge of problem-solving techniques
  • Skills to provide quality customer service
  • Preference will be given to candidates with experience using Dreamweaver software
  • Preference will be given to candidates familiar with and who have experience with the FLAIR system
  • Experience providing written and verbal communication
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensures the execution and compliance of all record policies, procedures and processes by visiting and examining each facility record keeping practices
  • Assists Records management in retaining all of client current record retention guidelines
  • Evaluates the record retention performance of facilities and makes recommendations to the Records management on improvements
  • Formulates a plan based on the recommendation and the unique facility needs in addressing the management of records
  • Coordinates limited facility resources to ensure the implementation and compliance of the records management policies and procedures
  • Distributes all approved documentation to each facility in reference to records management policies and procedures
  • Contributes to the continuous development of the Records department programs and processes
  • Creates, interprets and reports any statistical data, concerns, or issues in the area of records to the Records management staff
  • Frequently travels to all domestic facilities, offsite storage facilities, scanning service facilities, and regional and corporate offices
  • Provides support for vendor invoice processing
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Associate Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides RIM program support and guidance to Cargill’s global Law offices
  • Assists with reviewing, evaluating, updating, and maintaining records systems
  • Assists in the lifecycle management of files containing records and information assets in various media
  • Assists with the preparation and analysis of records inventories
  • Performs routine analytical tasks
  • Provides assistance and one-on-one guidance and support to users
  • Applies technical skills as an independent worker with supervision
  • 80% - Executes RIM tasks in accordance with departmental processes and procedures
  • Provides back-up support to the Records Administrator (e.g. creates electronic and physical matter folders in database, and classifies them to different categories that align with the respective Country Retention Schedule. Retrieves boxes from offsite storage vendor, as needed; Performs audit of box contents to ensure database and box accuracy)
  • Executes file closings, re-openings and annual destruction for approved legal matters, and updates database accordingly
  • Assists with coordinating the transfer of legal matter files for purchase and sale transaction records
  • Identifies criteria for legal hold reports, and distributes reports for approval by stakeholder
  • Reviews annual country retention schedules and identifies changes that need to be applied to database; Coordinates database updates with senior team members
  • Partners with senior team members on special projects (e.g. assists with data clean-up for when converting data from one database to another, prepares and distributes Employee Exit Reports)
  • Provides education, guidance and support to Law Department Records Coordinators (DRCs)
  • Provides guidance and support to Law colleauges; Responds to routine questions (e.g. basic questions about processes regarding files and system/database functionality
  • 20% - Develops and maintains strong business relationships, partners with key stakeholders, and challenges the status quo for efficiency improvements
  • Interacts and conducts business with a professional presence and demeanor
  • Provides customer service to support colleagues across the global Law Department
  • Capacity to understand and execute project management tasks (the principle skills of which include: project leadership, prioritization, organization, communication, scope- resource- and time-management, and cost/benefit analysis) with supervision
  • Basic analytical and problem solving skills and experience in providing solutions
  • Demonstrated ability to use independent judgment to analyze data
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate and partner with others, yet able to work independently
  • Capacity to learn and understand RIM terminology, principles, standards, processes, procedures and pertinent databases
  • Possess entry level or basic knowledge of information management
  • Ability to manage and maintain confidential information
  • Ability to effectively communicate and build relationships with all levels of management
  • Demonstrated ability to represent the organization/department in a professional manner
  • Ability to challenge the status quo and promote change
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite applications; Aptitude in electronic records and information management
  • 2 years experience in records and information management
  • Project management experience, a plus
  • Previous experience working in a legal field or law department
  • Multi-lingual, a plus
  • OpenText Content Server experience, a plus
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Financial Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides assigned schools' employees guidance, direction and training, and responds to inquiries regarding their financial-related responsibilities to include on-site workshops
  • Provides on-site accounting and bookkeeping services for assigned schools due to extended absences or resignation/retirement of school bookkeepers of assigned schools
  • Conducts employee orientation and training for newly hired or promoted bookkeepers for assigned schools
  • Provides technical support and problems solving skills to assigned schools' bookkeeper regarding accounting/bookkeeping software applications
  • Monitors, reviews and audits financial records and reports of assigned schools to ensure accuracy and compliance with laws, rules, regulations, and proce­dures related to school financial records and activities
  • Provides input to principals regarding his or her bookkeeper's quality of work and performance levels
  • Prepares year-end financial reports and statements related to school fiscal activities and other financial and statistical reports as necessary
  • Prepares countywide reports regarding Internal Accounts activities as requested
  • Establishes and maintains financial-related filing systems
  • Makes recommendations regarding School Board and Internal Accounts policies, practices, procedures and methods
  • Extensive knowledge of the techniques, methods, and procedures used in performing the more complex clerical-accounting and bookkeeping functions in district
  • Knowledge of (Government) accounting and bookkeeping principles, practices and procedures
  • Knowledge of the District's financial-related deadlines, reports and reporting requirements
  • Knowledge of the District's internal accounts policies, rules, and regulations
  • Knowledge of financial-related School Board Policies and Procedures
  • Knowledge of the District's automated Internal Accounts software
  • Knowledge of Federal, State, and local laws, rules and regulations regarding public funds
  • Knowledge of revisions to existing and new laws, rules, regulations and internal procedures impacting assigned chief financial agents/schools
  • Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong mathematical calculation skills
  • Strong customer needs assessment skills
  • Strong bookkeeping-related balancing problem identification skills
  • Strong bookkeeping-related balancing problem solving skills
  • Strong District automated Internal Accounts software skills
  • Ability to apply accounting and bookkeeping knowledge and problem solving skills to assigned tasks
  • Ability to reconcile a bank statement and make bank deposits
  • Ability to operate a personal computer and other office equipment
  • Ability to create spreadsheets and use word-processing and other software applications
  • Ability to make independent judgments in performance of financial responsibilities
  • Ability to provide guidance and train others to include the development of job-related on-site workshops
  • Ability to work independently with little to no supervision
  • Ability to read, understand and apply job-related laws, policies, procedures, rules, regulations, information, and materials
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle
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Records Analyst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Function as Business Lead in the management and maintenance of the designated image system and licenses used in the image center. Includes monitoring the system and calling the IT Help Desk to initiate help ticket for resolution of problem issues
  • Prepare documents for imaging
  • Process and store data images in compliance with the service expectations, i.e. daily processing and access
  • Enter supporting index data to support identification and retrieval
  • Support customer requests for images needed for subpoenas and general information by HR and Legal organizations
  • Update look-up table of customer employee data based on weekly file transmittal from customer personnel database
  • Assign and maintain users for image system access
  • Troubleshoot connectivity issues
  • Provide monthly reporting in support of usage/requests for personnel and subpoena activities
  • Keyboarding and windows environment PC skills required (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)