The Document Conversion Clerk shall be responsible for converting hard copy and digital documents into a standard format and importing into a records database. Additional responsibilities may include: preparing hard copy paper documents for scanning, performing clerical duties associated with filing hard copy documents in appropriate file structure after conversion, duplicating CDs/DVDs, and assisting with disposition of hard copy documents.
Minimum Qualifications: The Document Conversion Clerk shall have (1) a minimum of one year of demonstrated relevant experience in scanning paper documents and working with native formats of electronic documents and (2) a working knowledge of MS Office, including Outlook; Adobe products, and COTS database applications. The Document Conversion Clerk shall have a High School diploma, or equivalent, and some college or a combination of High School diploma with 3 years of relevant work experience.
Additional qualifications: Must be able to lift 40 pounds.
Major Responsibilities of Document Conversion Clerk: preparing had copy paper documents for scanning, high volume production scanning, oversize (large format) scanning; converting electronic documents to PDF format; in-filing hard copy documents; preparing hard copy documents for archiving and other similar duties as assigned. The company offers up to 10 paid holidays and 2-week vacation hours for full time employees