[Libs-Or] Position for document control specialist

D Cohen dcohen at dcoheninfo.com
Tue Feb 10 15:04:48 PST 2009

I have received a request from someone looking to hire a full-time document control
specialist for a special civil engineering project from now until 2012. They need to
have experience related to records management, EDMS, etc. Pay depends on experience.
The work takes place primarily in Salem and sometimes in Eugene.

I posted the complete position request at:

Please do not respond to this posting if you do not have the requisite skills. I
assured the person who made this request of me that  I understood this need.

The contact person is:
Mary Rudd
Oregon Bridge Delivery Partners, JV
1165 Union Street NE
Ste. 200
Salem, OR 97301
fax 503-587-2929

Additional information she supplied in her email is as follows:
"The selected candidate will be responsible for providing hands-on document control
support to the Assistant Project Manager and staff working on the Willamette River
Bridge Project.  Responsibilities will include addressing issues with EDMS, training
others on how to use EDMS and troubleshoot EDMS filing and access issues.  

In addition to the responsibilities, the position requires a minimum of 2 years
experience working with electronic document management systems, document
control/records management and Microsoft Excel & Word.  Excellent record management
and troubleshooting skills are required, as are excellent interpersonal
communication skills.  

Please send resumes for consideration to Mary Rudd who will be the point person in
setting up the interviews.  
If you should have any questions or need additional information, please contact me
at 503-587-3656."

As most of you know, I work on a contract basis, but prefer either part-time, or
short-term full-time projects only.

Good luck! 

Donna L. Cohen, MLIS, MEd, Information Management Consultant
D. L. Cohen Information Services
Portland, Oregon
dcohen at dcoheninfo.com
Managing your organization's information and knowledge. Information is power...if
you can find it!

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