Documentation Specialist Job Description

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We are seeking a mid-level (some experience required) Documentation Specialist to work with our Project Management team and assist in achieving the product cycle business goals, i.e. faster time to market in the transfer of new products from R&D engineering to the Manufacturing team while maintaining high standards of quality and efficiency. The successful candidate will have excellent soft skills, communication etiquette (written, verbal, and listening), and hard skills, be proficient in using a Personal Computer, and MS Office suite, and be able to learn new systems and tools, with the goal of continuous improvement of our internal business processes and design control documentation. This opportunity will also provide future career paths into other business functions. i.e.; Project Management, Business Process Specialist, Quality Assurance (QA), R&D, and Manufacturing Support.

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In this position, as a Documentation Specialist you’ll be responsible for the maintenance of accounts and review and completion of Signature/Ownership updates. Process Balance Confirmations and provide support to Financial Center in the same regard.

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We are seeking a Documentation Specialist. You are a motivated professional who is passionate about delivering an exceptional client experience. You excel at multi-tasking, pipeline management, staying organized, and being extremely detail-oriented. You are a focused, resilient, A+ player and thrive in a fast-paced environment where you can work with teammates that will match your drive and grit.

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We have an opportunity for a Documentation Specialist. This position will be responsible for organizing and preparing paper medical records for scanning into digital images.

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As a Documentation Specialist, you strive to create concise and detailed manuals and training materials for complex software. You are comfortable navigating a new system to create informative presentations and attention-holding training sessions. Your writing skills are just as honed as your technical skills – you’re someone who can wear multiple hats. You know how to set the bar high and not only achieve that goal yourself – but bring others along with you. You get the “big” picture and want to contribute accordingly – and that’s why you’ll have all the opportunities for career growth within our company you’ll want. For highlights of others who have taken their amazing skills and grown their careers with ECS, click here.

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We are looking for a meticulous, well-organized Documentation Specialist who can produce and maintain high-quality, audience-appropriate process and training documentation that contributes to the overall success of team members, systems, and tools. You will work collaboratively with subject matter experts and other internal resources to develop a variety of documents, including but not limited to job aides, reference material, process maps, and work instructions.

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The Documentation Specialist is highly responsible for the writing, distribution, storage, and maintenance of the court’s documentation. This position will help implement new documentation formats to optimize the efficiency of the systems already in place. New documentation will be developed and maintained.

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The Documentation Specialist is responsible for the creation and control of documentation revision and approval, and all administrative duties in support of Quality Assurance department activities, in compliance with ISO 13485 standards.

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We looking for a Documentation Specialist to join our team. If you are an individual looking to grow your career within a growing global company, look no further!

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We are seeking consultants who can provide support as Documentation Clerk.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the role of a documentation specialist?

A documentation specialist is a professional responsible for creating, organizing, and maintaining an organization's documentation, including policies, procedures, and manuals. Their role is to ensure that documents are accurate, up-to-date, and accessible to those who need them. The documentation specialist may work in various industries, including healthcare, IT, and manufacturing.

The primary duties of a documentation specialist include:

Creating and maintaining documentation standards and templates

Developing and implementing document control systems

Organizing and managing document libraries

Writing, editing, and proofreading documentation

Collaborating with subject matter experts to ensure accuracy and completeness of documentation

Ensuring compliance with regulatory and legal requirements

Managing document version control and distribution

Providing training and support to employees on documentation policies and procedures.

What are the skills required for a documentation specialist?

To be a successful documentation specialist, one should possess the following skills:

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Attention to detail and accuracy

Strong organizational and time-management skills

Ability to work independently and collaboratively with cross-functional teams

Proficiency in document management software and other relevant tools

Knowledge of document control processes and procedures

Familiarity with regulatory and legal requirements for document control and management.

In summary, a documentation specialist plays a crucial role in ensuring that an organization's documentation is accurate, up-to-date, and accessible. They need to have excellent communication and organizational skills, be proficient in document management software, and have a strong understanding of document control processes and regulatory requirements.

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