The Documentation Specialist (DS) role works closely with the development teams including Business Analysts, Development teams and UAT. It is, but is not limited to, working with project teams to organize business and technical documentation related to requirements, designs, application development, testing and training. The Document Specialist ensures quality standards and maintenance of the documentation and the organization and maximization of readability and accessibility to the intellectual property that is created. The DS may develop and document business cases, requirements documents, request updates from document owners, and assist with adhering to documentation management deadlines. The DS may conduct testing of documentation as part of UAT efforts.
A DS reviews, analyzes, updates and maintains documentation following best practices in document identification, formal template requirements, document management, and trains others how to create, submit, revise, and store documents with ease of location and retrieval. The DS role is responsible for understanding documentation related to the project including requirements, program functions, diagrams such as use cases, user stories, relationship maps, context diagrams and technical documents.
The DS works on projects, including new development as well as functional and process improvements to systems, and is a contributor to overall project success. Responsible for business and program documentation for internal and external clients including participating with training and user documentation. Documentation will include documents related to systems integrations, conversions, and test results documents with the end-to-end solution in mind.
Works closely with, and takes direction from managers, project managers.
This is a full-time, non-exempt position working core hours of Monday through Friday between 8:00am and 5:00pm, reporting to the Director of Business Administration.
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