Document Control Assistant
Burns & McDonnell - Kansas City, MO

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This position involves attention to detail in implementation of complicated document management procedures as it applies to vendor/supplier submittals, and project documents to achieve project goals. The objective is to maintain legal and historical records, as well as collaborate with clients and field personnel electronically using a document management system in support of engineering schedules and goals. Position requires frequent interaction with clients, engineers and suppliers.

Qualifications

Minimum two year of college coursework. Associates degree preferred. Minimum three years of administrative or document management experience, with a minimum of 3 years related computer experience. Position requires attention to detail; above average computer skills. Experience in document management, using document management system programs, web collaboration software, file transfer programs, and/or database software is preferred. Excellent computer and communication skills; strong analytical and problem solving skills required. A good candidate will possess the ability to learn complicated procedures and new software, have a willingness to take on new challenges and remain flexible in their approach to problem solving, and new assignments.

EOE

Schedule

Full-time

Travel

No

Primary Location

US-MO-Kansas City

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At Burns & McDonnell, we believe in the power of an entrepreneurial dream. It’s how we began, in 1898, when Clinton Burns and...