Responsible for processing and formatting titles for use by the editorial department. The title processor monitors the title database and updates the titles as needed. The title processor is also responsible for creating the final title files for use by the editorial department.
Responsible for managing and processing titles in a library. It is responsible for ensuring that titles are accurate, current, and properly categorized.
Responsible for creating and maintaining a comprehensive and accurate title database for all media assets in the organization. The title processor also manages title information for all titles assigned to media assets, including film, television, and digital content. This position is responsible for maintaining the accuracy of all information in the title database, ensuring that all titles are properly attributed, and complying with all title policies and requirements.
Responsible for processing and categorizing titles for distribution. This includes ensuring that all titles are properly categorized and that all titles are properly tagged. This position also ensures that all titles are properly reviewed for appropriateness before being distributed.
Responsible for processing incoming titles and generating corresponding reports. This position will be responsible for data entry and analysis, as well as daily reporting to management.
The duty is to clean and format the titles of academic papers prior to submission to a journal. The title processor also resolves any title conflicts that may arise. The title processor is responsible for ensuring that all titles conform to the journal's title formatting requirements.
The duty is to organize, approve, and generate reports from various data sources. This position is responsible for ensuring accuracy and completeness of reports by ensuring the data sources are properly utilized. The title processor is also responsible for ensuring that all reports are properly formatted, and meets all applicable requirements.
The duty is to process the titles of films and television programmes submitted to the British Board of Film Classification. This entails checking the title to ensure that it meets the Board's standards, and then entering the title into the UK database known as the BBFC Info database. The duty also includes the processing of appeals where necessary.
The duty is to take a document and convert it into a title compliant with the standards set by the Library of Congress. The title processor must ensure that all titles are properly formatted and that all titles are properly classified. They also must maintain a title finding service to help patrons locate titles in the library's catalog.
The duty is to prepare all of the documents for the company, including the company's name, logo, website, and brochures. The title processor also helps to create reports and accounts.
Require the operator to input and edit text, typically used in a business setting. The operator is typically responsible for entering text, formatting text, and making sure that the text is correct. In some cases, the title processor may also be responsible for creating and editing titles.
Require user to input text and process it into different formats. It can be used for creating titles, subtitles, and other associated metadata for videos, images, and other files.
Require users to input text, convert it to a title, and place it on a document. They may also have other features, such as formatting and adding hyperlinks.
Require someone to make titles for movies, television shows, etc. This is a very important job because it helps people to remember what the movie is about.
Require very accurate and fast work. In order to do this, the title processor must have a good working knowledge of grammar and punctuation. They must also be able to accurately read and understand written titles. It is also important for the title processor to be able to create accurate titles that are easy to read and understand.
Be organized and have good writing skills. You need to be able to read and analyze documents to determine what pieces should be cut and what should be left in. You must also be able to write clear, concise, and error-free titles.
Be able to handle a variety of tasks. First, you need to be able to read and understand titles. Next, you need to be able to identify the correct format for titles. Finally, you need to be able to create titles in the correct format.
Have a good working knowledge of grammar and punctuation. You should also be able to read and understand written English, as well as have excellent editing skills. Additionally, you must be able to work fast and efficiently, and have a strong attention to detail.
Be organized and have good time management skills. You need to be able to keep track of all of the files that are related to a particular project and be able to quickly identify which files need to be transferred to the title processor. You need to be able to be concise in your instructions to the title processor and be able to clearly communicate your needs. You also need to be able to work quickly and efficiently and be able to handle multiple tasks at once.
Have good organisational skills and be able to multi-task. You will need to be able to use Microsoft Word and Excel to create titles, keywords, and other metadata, as well as edit titles in a timely manner. You will also need to have a good understanding of grammar and punctuation, as well as know how to source media and track rights.