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Image Support Typist

Description
Keys a variety of information from imaged documents such as name and addresses, email addresses, check amounts, scan lines, credit cards, micr lines, mark sense and hand print keying.
Prints reject reports, locates batches, pulls rejected items from batch and flags batch on system for cutoff.
Ensures all rejected transactions are sent to the proper area for processing.
Ensures accurate updating of subscriber records and maintains client turnaround time.
Maintains confidentiality of CDS Global and its clients' proprietary information.
Reacts professionally to change and remains productive.
Continually performs and meets performance standards of this position.
Interacts in a cooperative and professional manner, with all levels of employees, vendors and clients, in a team environment.
Adheres to CDS Global policies.
Required Skills
Minimum typing requirement of 35 WPM. (Typing assessment required)
Average knowledge of PC.
10-key experience preferred.
Ability to analyze, interpret and process data.
Ability to repetitively key and sit for extended periods of time.
Ability to problem solve.
Good attention to detail.
Average organizational skills.
Ability to make independent decisions.
Average communication skills.
Average ability to read, write and speak English.
Stable work history.
40 hours/week.
EOE/AA Employer including Vets and Disabled
Pre-employment background check(s) conducted on qualified candidates.
Post-offer, pre-employment drug/health screening(s) required for some positions.
Accessibility: If you need an accommodation as part of the employment process please contact Human Resources at:
Phone: 515-246-6837
Email: hremployment@cds-global.com
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