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Intake Document Specialist
Smart Data SolutionsEau Claire, WI
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Pay: $12.00 per hour Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Health insurance Retirement plan Schedule: Day shift Monday to Friday Night shift COVID-19 considerations: The health and safety of our employees remains a top priority during this time.
$12 an hour Part-time
Data Entry Specialist
Smart Data SolutionsEau Claire, WI
Required Skills: 50+ WPM typing speed and 10-key experience Ability to quickly learn a new system Organization Typing Data Entry Skills Attention to Detail Thoroughness Decision Making Independence Analyzing Information Results Driven Perks: Very casual dress code (with the exception of client visits) Day and evening hours available Bonuses for meeting/exceeding quality and production minimums Work Type: Part-time and full-time positions available with flexible scheduling.
$11 an hour Part-time

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