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Data Integrity Specialist

STURGIS, MICHIGAN

Under the supervision of the Director of Compliance, this position will be responsible for maintaining data integrity within internal databases and systems, running reports on data, and conducting data clean-up as needed.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Establish, coordinate, and maintain working relationships with Informational Technology staff while adhering to a collaborative master schedule of data integrity screenings and projects
  • Establish, coordinate, and maintain data integrity procedures, processes, and policies
  • Stay abreast of peer data integrity processes, methods, and technology tools
  • Serve as a contributing member of the Data Integrity Committee and keep committee informed of data integrity issues
  • Plans and performs data integrity audits, prepares corrective action plans, and follows up on the completion of assigned tasks
  • Assist in the creation and supervise the monitoring of audit reports that ensure the success of data integrity procedures
  • Working within the data mainframe, update constituent records as needed in keeping with established policies and procedures
  • Develops and implements data integrity process improvements and projects
  • Maintains and manages an independent workload in the Quality Improvement and Compliance Department
  • Oversees and documents data integrity projects
  • Oversees and documents activities of the data integrity committee
  • Performs investigations into data integrity matters
  • Drafts data integrity documents and forms
  • Analyzes annual agency and participant surveys
  • Assists in the planning of quality improvement and data integrity training and presentations
  • Assists staff with questions regarding data integrity
  • Develops and maintains quality improvement and compliance spreadsheets
  • Upholds company values and mission
  • Other duties as assigned

Education

High School Diploma/GED

Associates Degree preferred

Experience and Qualifications

  • 2 – 3 years of experience relevant to the work performed
  • Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, excel, managing files and records, and other office procedures and terminology
  • Good judgment
  • Effective decision-making skills
  • Ability to multi-task and meeting deadlines
  • Proven organization and prioritization skills
  • Strong analysis and problem solving required
  • Ability to work well with others and conduct written and oral communication with diverse populations
  • Teamwork oriented
  • Ability to manage an independent workload
  • Investigative aptitude
  • High level of confidentiality
  • Exhibits flexibility and adaptability
  • Operation of computerized software programs, databases, and basic office equipment
  • Knowledge of principles and processes for data integrity
  • Solid quantitative and analytical skills
  • Critical thinking skills for solution identification
  • Self-directed and results-oriented
  • Knowledge of the interworking of databases and reporting functions

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