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A Document Controller maintains and manages all important documents either for a particular project or whole organization and

assures that it is easily accessible and stored. He or she also maintains and examines related files to release blueprints, drawings, and engineering documents to manufacturing and other operating departments. Basic Tasks:

Coordinate all activities related to the Document Control procedure, including technical documents, drawings, and commercial correspondence. Input document data into the standard registers ensuring that the information is accurate and up to date. Generate the various document control reports as required. Typing of site documents, and follow up of all the site needs Makes sure that controlled copies of latest approved documents and drawings are given to the appropriate staff, subcontractors and suppliers as applicable Maintain updated records of all approved documents and drawings and their distribution clearly Maintain the documents and drawings in the Document Control office under safe custody without any damage or deterioration with easy traceability. Maintain the files and control logs as required by the project.

Document control specialists store, manage and track company documents. They scan, image, organize and maintain documents, adhering to the company's document lifecycle procedures, and they archive inactive records in accordance with the records retention schedule. A large part of the job is to control the retrieval of documents. Document control specialists receive and process Requests for Information, or RFIs, from employees or clients and maintain the requests via tracking logs. As RFI procedures are updated, document control specialists create new templates. Sometimes they help project managers develop and maintain documents such as meeting minutes, drawings, specifications, approvals and related items. Periodically, document control specialists might be responsible for training employees on records management procedures and policies, which include documentation, retention, retrieval, destruction and disaster recovery. They also assist with file migrations and audits, and perform administrative tasks as needed. Qualities Employers seek certain qualities in document control specialists. These include being self-directed, the ability to work independently, and being highly-motivated. Document control specialists often work in a fast-paced and deadline driven environment, so it's important they can stay focused and carry out their tasks in a timely and accurate manner. They should be detail-oriented, dependable and trustworthy since they come in contact with complex and sensitive documents.

digital, gestionnd serverele, structura acestora, drepturile de acces, grupurile de utilizatori; Cutarea si regsirea informatiilor stocate pe servere / share point sau mediile de stocare externe (arhiva digital); Contributie la elaborarea documentatiei finale, pregtirea documentatiei de proiect pentru predare si arhivare, att n format tiprit ct si n format electronic.