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FRESHERS @ THOMSON CORPORATION INDIA October 16, 2007

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Junior Analyst – Address Processor

PROJECT SUMMARY & POSITION OVERVIEW: 
Editorial operations group is a captive unit being set up by Thomson Scientific in India to undertake processing of our literature editorial work .The Reference Processing staff would capture author addresses from published journal and book material according to established editorial policies.  Address processors would enter the information while applying editorial policies. 

ESSENTIAL DAY TO DAY RESPONSIBILITIES:
To know and follow all established editorial polices and procedures while entering address data
To maintain or exceed the acceptable production rate
To maintain or exceed the acceptable quality rate
To maintain punctuality and good attendance

Education Qualification: College degree (Basic graduate degree from any discipline)

Required Skills:
Excellent English writing and reading skills
Typing Skills (minimum 40 words per minutes with 99% accuracy)
High level of attention to detail
Ability and willingness to do repetitive work in a production environment
Knowledge of PC operations

Desired Skills:
Experience capturing information in a standardized format for a secondary publisher desirable but not required
Our employees embrace a number of commonly shared values – collaboration, accountability, customer focus, a bias toward action and results, appreciation and respect for diversity, entrepreneurial spirit and, at all times, the highest ethical standards. These values represent the behavior each employee is expected to exhibit in their role. In our view, fostering a culture that embodies these values will lead to success and growth for our employees and our business.

The Thomson Corporation is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Education:    B.E/B.Tech   

Job Location:    Chennai

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