Oxford Government Consulting is seeking general clerks to support a document conversion project. This project involves the scanning, indexing, data extraction, and transmission of images and data via secure web connection. General clerks are required to support various document processing steps, including, but not limited to, preparing documents for scanning, scanning documents, reviewing the optical character recognition process for accuracy, and performing data entry. General clerks operate scanning and data entry devices to support the indexing and electronic capture of paper-based claim documents into electronic format. General clerks perform a variety of document conversion tasks and work under the general supervision of a supervisor.
Second Shift Position
General clerks are provided a generous benefit package, including:
Background Investigation Required
All positions require a minimum of a NACI, including fingerprinting. Staff may not start work until the agency security office has provided approval to access contract documents. Security paperwork and fingerprinting will be required and coordinated as part of the hiring process.
Oxford is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and honors its diverse team (minorities, females, individuals with disabilities, veterans).