Senior Data Entry Representative

Rate, USD
$30 / hour
Work schedule
Full Time, Part Time,
Language skills
English
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About me

As a Social Work (MSW) and Election Coordinator, I have gained valuable experience in providing support to individuals and families, coordinating community-based programs, and advocating for vulnerable populations. Through this work, I have developed strong communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills. I developed a keen eye for detail, accuracy, and efficient data management.

Here are some key qualifications that make me a strong candidate for the Data Entry Clerk position:

1. Social Work Expertise: has equipped me with a deep understanding of human behavior, social systems, and the ability to work effectively with diverse populations. These skills have enhanced my ability to empathize, communicate, and collaborate with individuals from various backgrounds.

2. Organizational Skills: I successfully managed complex caseloads, ensuring accurate documentation and timely reporting. I have developed exceptional organizational skills, enabling me to handle large volumes of data and maintain a high level of accuracy in data entry tasks.

3. Attention to Detail: Through my experience as an Election Coordinator, I have honed my attention to detail, ensuring precise voter registration records and smooth ballot processing. I have a proven track record of maintaining data integrity and effectively identifying and resolving discrepancies.

4. Proficiency in Data Entry and Technology: I am proficient in various data entry software and possess a strong understanding of data management principles. I am skilled in using Microsoft Office Suite, databases, and spreadsheets, enabling me to perform data entry tasks efficiently.




Education

2015-2018 Masters of Social Work @ Touro College
2011-2014 Bachelor of Business Management @ Monroe College

Experience

2021 - persent Social Worker @ Comunilife

• Conduct psycho-socials, service plans, health, vocational, and self-preservative assessments, as well as develop and implement person-centered treatment plans, and supportive services through evidence-based client treatment practices for up to 46 tenant caseloads. All documentation was entered into the AWARDS resource center.
• Facilitating individual and group counseling by providing psycho-education in relapse prevention, health literacy, and navigating mental health and substance abuse systems. Assessing tenants’ substance abuse, health, mental health, and other care needs and coordinating services with community-based resources along with the tenant’s general support systems. Assist clients in improving and maintaining self-care, interpersonal, and vocational skills. Assist clients in achieving housing stability.
• Manage monthly reports, which demonstrate the tenant’s progress based on mutually agreed long and short-term goals and the documentation provided based on HASA audit requirements.
• Prepare minutes for meetings, notices, special reports, correspondence, and packaging of resource material as required, and collect rent from tenants, for various program activities.

Key Achievements:
Overall, my key achievements include connecting residential clients to necessary community resources, promoting community engagement, facilitating access to specialized care, fostering self-sufficiency, and supporting residents’ spiritual well-being.

2016 - present Election Coordinator @ Board of Election

• Compile Election Day materials week before Election Day.
• Oversee 30 poll workers assigned to poll site and assist with completing polling place closing paperwork.
• Monitor consolidation of vote totals from the two balloting systems and the transmission of the consolidated data to the Board’s central server.
• Serve all precincts within a polling place while following Board instructions to complete all required tasks for the close of Election Day.

2014 - present Poll Worker @ Board of Election

Serve as Director of Election Districts and Assembly Districts ensuring district tables are properly supplied for voters during elections and accurately tallying ballots and validating materials used. Approve all necessary documents. Lead a staff of clerical, technical, and paraprofessionals and volunteers who coordinate and referee elections, while establishing new or redistricted precincts and preparing, maintaining, and publishing precinct maps. Direct development and revision of procedures, forms, schedules, and policies in preparing and conducting elections. Identify data processing programming needs, ensuring required automated programs are developed and implemented for efficient election operations. Compile statistical data and prepare related reports and recommendations. Offer election services as requested by all county governmental personnel.

Key Achievements:
▪ Oversaw 2014-2022 elections with record voter turnout.
▪ Successfully connected with first-time voters.

2019 - 2021 Criminal Justice Liaison @ Project Renewal

• Community Coordinator maintain and manage partnerships with DHS, the Criminal Justice Systems, Department of
Corrections, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Care Coordination, Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT),
Veteran Affairs, and Intensive Mobile Treatment (MIT).
• Ensure discharge planning for clients leaving jail and prison with the goal of preventing reoccurring homelessness; and serve as the support for sex offenders, by working with partner agencies, shelter staff to organize various training, and submit referrals.
• Monitor and track 40-50 sex offenders and parolees within the system and produce weekly Microsoft Excel and Word reports detailing the population.
• Provide effective leadership in staff/client development and training

2018 - 2019 Case Manager @ Project Renewal

• Community Coordinator maintain and manage partnerships with DHS, the Criminal Justice Systems, Department of
Corrections, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Care Coordination, Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT),
Veteran Affairs, and Intensive Mobile Treatment (MIT).
• Ensure discharge planning for clients leaving jail and prison with the goal of preventing reoccurring homelessness; and serve as the support for sex offenders, by working with partner agencies, shelter staff to organize various training, and submit referrals.
• Monitor and track 40-50 sex offenders and parolees within the system and produce weekly Microsoft Excel and Word reports detailing the population.
• Provide effective leadership in staff/client development and training


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