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Document Control Coordinator (DCC)


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
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The Document Control Coordinator is responsible for performing the following functions
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PRIMARY DUTIES:
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1) Responsible for record retention of master copy of Quality Manuals, Procedures, Work instructions,
??? Quality Instruction Sheets, Verification Sheets and Records, Master Lists, and other associated
??? documentation.?
2) Control of customer supplied documentation.
3) Distribute or collect Quality information to or from the production line when necessary, such as records.?
4) Compile documentation for Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) to submit to customers.
5) Communicate with customers concerning information related to approvals, obtaining documentation or?
???? standards related to document control.
6) Train personnel on procedures for controlling documents when QM is not available (I.e. night shift).
7) Interact with divisional staff to maintain and improve both quality and efficiency.
8) Ability to work without direct supervision.
9) Good communication skills, oral and written.
10) Good organizational and interpersonal skills.
11) Maintain a neat and orderly work area.
12) Perform other related duties as assigned by Management.
SKILLS, REQUIREMENTS AND EDUCATION REQUIRED
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1) High school diploma.
2) Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Access.
3) General office skills, computer and typing skills required.
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4) Working knowledge of blueprints helpful.
5) Previous experience with precision gauges, (I.e. calipers, micrometers, etc.), basic mathematical
??? aptitude and SPEC training an advantage.
6) Physical Requirements:
??? a) Subject to lifting fifty (50) pounds.
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??? b) Repetitive bending, stooping, pushing, pulling, standing and sitting, with or without accommodation.?


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