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Data Entry Representative Job In Phoenix, Arizona, Hiretalent

Published 2022-09-27
Expires 2022-10-27
ID #1188027795
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Data Entry Representative Job In Phoenix, Arizona, Hiretalent
United States, Arizona, Phoenix,
Published September 27, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Data entry representative


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Candidates will be assisting with New Enrollment and Eligibility f Medicare Members moving to Medicare Advantage. Assists with any fall out or discrepencies related to enrollment or member maintenance.



Delivers basic technical, administrative, or operative Quality Review tasks.



Audits and reviews the accuracy of routine case processing activities such as: systems structure and data entry to ensure compliance and consistency with administrative procedures and guidelines.



Understands simple instructions and procedures.



Performs Quality Review and Audit duties under direct instruction and close supervision.



Performs corrective coaching with Enrollment team.



Work is allocated on a day-to-day or task-by-task basis with clear instructions. Entry point into professional roles.



Data Entry, Computer Savy



Must be able to navigate multiple enterprise systems



Must understand basc Microsoft Office functionality



Have a teachable or trainable personality i.e. active listening, open to feedback



At least 1 year of data entry experience

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