Robertson Ottawa is proactively recruiting on behalf of our Elections Canada Client and awarded contract to supply temporary resources during the upcoming Electoral Event.
Position Title: DATA ENTRY SUPERVISOR
Government of Canadas Security is Required: Enhanced reliability
Languages: Bilingualism French /English
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
The main task is entry and transcription of data from the Application for Registration and Special Ballot form (the Application Form), records as well as other source documents to a computer software program. Skills and abilities required include familiarity with general office procedures, the use of standard office equipment and software (Windows XP or higher, Word, Excel, Outlook etc.) and an attention to detail when entering data. A minimum number of keystrokes per hour, minimum speed and accuracy may be required.
What you will achieve in this role:
Set up and operate key driven (numeric; alphabetic or alpha-numeric) systems to transcribe coded, statistical and other information from source materials onto tapes, disks, diskettes or other recording media in a form suitable for computer processing.
Duties include the monitoring of the data entry process of Data Entry Clerks, the control of the quality of data entry, the assignment of work and schedules, the resolution of data integrity issues and coordination with other operators. Tasks are typically of medium to high complexity and the work performed will be subject to little or no review upon completion.
(a) Coordinating and monitoring the activities of Data Entry Clerks;
(b) Coordinating the collection of data from source documents, including searches for elector records in the elector database;
(c) Participating in the pre-processing of data to locate missing information and to make corrections as necessary, including the verification of elector information against the elector database;
(d) Performing statistical reporting and data analysis to ascertain accuracy and completeness of data entered and perform corrections as necessary;
(e) Entering alphabetic, numeric, or symbolic data from source documents following a predetermined format;
(f) Working in an automated environment;
(g) Working under pressure and meeting tight deadlines;
(h) Working in, contributing to and leading a team; and
(i) Shift work and overtime with little or no notice.
What you must bring to this role:
Education: Successful completion of two years of secondary school or an acceptable combination of education, training and experience at Elections Canada's discretion is required.
Experience: Minimum of one-year relevant experience is required and keyboarding skills of at least 15,000 keystrokes per hour (60 words per minute)
Only those who are qualified will be contacted