If you are looking for a Data Entry role then you will need to have a good eye for detail, typing skills and be computer literate with experience of Customer Services and of managing multiple accounts. Previous employment in areas such as Administration would be useful to get ahead of competition. You will also need to have an organised manner and be able to plan and prioritise your work load. If you are looking to update your CV please see the below CV example:
Data Entry CV Example
I am a bright, talented and hard working data entry clerk with the ability to methodically and accurately input, manage and manipulate various volumes of data. I possess effective organisational skills and am competent with all administrative and practical tasks. I am an excellent communicator, who can relate well with colleagues at all levels and is able to work well as part of a team and as a individual.
Date to Date or To Date – Data Entry Clerk – Where?
Working as part of a team in a busy office environment processing and then imputing data consisting of the business names , addresses and financial details of both businesses and individuals. Main duties included:
Ensuring report tables and listings accurately reflect data within a database
Entering data accurately onto computerised databases & Excel spreadsheets
Using CLAIT and EDCL programmes
Locate and correct data entry errors
Lifting of files and boxes containing paper records
Maintain logs of activities and completed work
Ensuring documents meet required quality standards.
Compiling, coding, categorising, calculating and auditing data.
Handling inbound telephone queries from colleagues / clients regarding data .
Occasionally carrying out various administration tasks like, photocopying, filing.
Date to Date or To Date – Administrator – Where?
As the sample above, provide brief outline and list your main duties to show experience and skills gained in the role.
University, College, School – For all include titles/subjects and qualifications.
Any internal training courses completed – IT courses?
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Computer skills – MS Office, Excel? Any relevant, industry specific packages?
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
What do you like to do outside of work? Remember the type of industry you are applying to work in…your personal hobbies and interests say a lot about the applicants personality and could help decide whether or not you would be suitable for the role.
Available on request.