Document control managers oversee document management systems for an organization, They manage the accuracy and integrity of business documents throughout the document life cycle, which includes filing, archiving, retrieving, purging, and destroying. In larger organizations, document control managers may supervise a team of document control specialists and file clerks. Document control managers must maintain internal and legal privacy rules, as they may encounter confidential and sensitive information through the course of their work. They must be proficient with scanning equipment and software applications, as document management systems increasingly involve scanning and electronic archiving. Document control managers typically work in an office environment, specifically in an office and file room, during regular business hours.
Document Control Manager Tasks
Create and maintain master documents and procedures for altering documents and their properties.
Manage day-to-day and strategic plan for document review, approval, archival, and quality control.
Own, document, and review the documentation process, including compliance and control.
Develop in person and written training materials and protocols for specific user types.