Part-Time Data Entry Specialist

Posted on: July 11, 2024
This position is located in: Sioux Falls

Summary of Position


The Data Entry Specialist is responsible for recording data entry and processing donations. This position will work with
the Mail Processing Staff in Chamberlain on day-to-day mail processing and data entry goals. This is a nonexempt
position.


Accountability


Reports to the Data Entry Supervisor


Core Responsibilities


 Works in the Data Entry Department in Sioux Falls assisting Mail Processing staff.
 The Data Entry Specialist is responsible for recording data, processing donations and running production.
process. Also, resolving questions and giving prompt feedback.
 Proficient in data entry for St. Joseph’s Indian School (SJIS), Priests of the Sacred Heart (POSH) and Sacred Heart
Southern Missions (SHSM).
 Always follows established policies and procedures of the Mail Processing Department.


Responsibilities


1. Performs data entry per established procedures. This includes updating Studio Enterprise to keep the donor history
file accurate by setting needed codes, making changes and entering accurate donations in a timely manner.
2. Operates the Mavro software to process donations (cash, check and credit card). This includes all workflow steps to
get batches ready to release for the deposit.
3. Performs responsibilities as needed to ensure the mail production is within production goals for STJO, POSH and
SHSM. This includes working overtime as required.
4. Executes production processes for St. Joseph’s Indian School (STJO), Priest of the Sacred Heart (POSH) and Cheyenne
River Indian Outreach (CRIO).
5. Works on cleanup activities; e.g., duplicate resolution, CASS errors, deceased processing, removals, CRIO, POSH and
other activities as assigned.
6. Maintains tight security and confidentiality of all donor information.
7. Other duties as assigned by the Data Entry Supervisor.


Qualifications


 High School diploma or equivalent
 Typing skills required
 Computer experience required
 Ability to work independently without direct supervision

Physical Demands


 Uses both hands and wrists repetitively for prolonged periods.


Expectations of Hours Worked

 40 hours/week


 Will spend occasional time in Chamberlain with the Mail Processing Department for training, updates, etc. This
may include an overnight in Chamberlain. Initial training may require a weeklong stay as needed to become
acclimated.