What does a Data Entry Manager do?

A Data Entry Manager is primarily responsible for leading a data entry team and effectively managing large amounts of information. This includes inserting, updating, and maintaining accurate company data on various systems and organizational archives.

A Data Entry Manager may also be tasked with developing and implementing training programs for their team members. This ensures that everyone understands how to properly enter data into the system and is familiar with any rules or standards that apply to specific types of data.

Data Entry Manager Responsibilities

  • Works closely with human resources to recruit, interview and train new data entry employees. Organizes schedules, performs regular coaching and counseling, and disciplines employees as needed.
  • Clearly communicates job expectations to data entry team, while monitoring, appraising and reviewing their work. Enforces company policies and procedures as necessary.
  • Inputs customer account information into databases within required time limits.
  • Compiles and verifies the accuracy of data to prepare it for entry.
  • Generates data reports and performs backups in archives.
  • Improves results by participating in and completing audits, identifying weaknesses, and implementing improved changes.
  • Maintains confidentiality with company and personal information.

Data Entry Manager Qualifications

  • Associate or bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology or a related field.
  • Experience in managing, coaching, and overseeing large departments.
  • Capable of developing departmental budgets.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Familiarity with data programs and procedures.
  • Specialized attention to detail, especially with numbers.

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