This position is covered by the AFSCME Technical Union. Union/Fair share deductions may be made.
Scanning and Reporting – 90%
Sets up scanner in preparation for scanning projects. Scans answer sheets for tests, exams, and surveys. Reviews answer sheets for individual responses flagged by the scanner as unreadable. Generates and delivers electronic data files and reports for scanned projects. Converts data to other formats. Creates and edits scan programs. Cleans and maintains scanner and scanning equipment. Archives and retrieves records. Follows documented procedures to comply with strict quality standards, including requesting quality assurance review and completing review of others’ work outputs.
Administrative Support – General– 10%
Checks in scannable answer documents (such as course exams, student rating of teaching and K-12 tests). Prepares the forms for scanning by counting booklets or sheets, orienting forms, cleaning stray marks, or slicing booklets or answer sheets. Creates headers and answer keys and punches answer keys. May perform administrative duties to back-up co-workers on tasks such as answering calls related to course exams, providing customer assistance, ordering supplies, and arranging for pick-ups and drop-offs of incoming and outgoing mail.
Salary range: $16.02 - $28.07 hourly
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: ? High School Diploma/GED plus a combination of training and experience in tape or disc computer operations totaling four years.
Demonstrated: ? Detail orientation ? Excellent customer service skills ? Strong organizational skills ? Ability to work independently ? Experience with Microsoft Office ? Experience with course exams, surveys or K-12 tests ? Experience working in a survey research, data collection or measurement organization ? Data entry experience ? Compliance with strict confidentiality policies and regulations
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