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We are hiring a Data Annotation Scribe to join us in crafting the next generation of technology solutions in health. You are an experienced medical scribe who wants to learn more about the intersection between technology and medicine. This is a hands-on opportunity to see what it takes to inject artificial intelligence in medical care.
You will be responsible for helping us capture the flow of patient-doctor encounters via our research tools. You will collaborate with the development team and consulting researchers/physicians.
Executes project work and has zero or little experience. Responsible for data de-duplication (matching and merging data), data cleansing (matching, linking, updating records, such as organization records, in batch and real time), hierarchy management (identifying, creating, correcting, update, and maintaining complex relationships among parent and child records), and data conversion (changing / transforming the data based on business rules, usually done before the data is integrated into a new system). Also raises escalations and communicates issues to DOC Project Lead.
Undergraduate or Master studies student with high GPA.
Proficiency in English (verbal and written).
Advanced computer literacy.
Team-oriented attitude and excellent interpersonal skills.
Commitment to accuracy, quality and attention to details.
Our client is a large technology company based in Redmond, Washington with a mission to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. They develop computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. This company enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge.
Working here, you will be part of a company that values:
- Diversity and inclusion
- Corporate social responsibility
- Trustworthy computing
Why work with AQUENT? Check out our awesome benefits: https://aquent.com/find-work/talent-benefits
Aquent is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.