Document Analyst

Crystal City, VA
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Salary: TBD
Created: September 3, 2019

Description

LAC Group is seeking an experienced Document Analyst to work for a major internationally-focused government agency in Crystal City, VA. The selected individual will analyze, digitize, and optimize documents to be added to the agency’s knowledge repository. This is a one-year full-time (40 hours a week; Monday to Friday) benefited contract position.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collect a variety of electronic, paper, and multimedia materials from multiple agencies and departments on a daily basis;
  • Analyze newly acquired documents and data against pre-defined criteria, including Sec 508 compliance, for processing and ingest into agency document clearinghouse;
  • Digitize, transcode analog materials to Agency accepted format;
  • Scan, proof, convert, and optimize a variety of different electronic, paper and multimedia formats and sizes of materials (i.e. maps, oversize illustrative books, newsletters, pictures) for inclusion into the knowledge repository,
  • Optimize various formats as well as sizes of materials i.e. maps, oversized
  • Review flagged materials for Personally Identifiable Information(PII) and remove when found
  • File management including but not limited to copying or removing sensitive materials on a secure drive in a timely manner;
  • Keep track of items stored, removed, and destroyed at the Iron Mountain storage facility;
  • Provide backup reference services through the client portal responding to requests for assistance submitting materials, searching, locating documents, and other queries;
  • Provide backup help for cataloging and indexing during staff absences and for special projects as defined by the DEC Team Lead;
  • Participate in DEC outreach activities such as training, office presentations, and orientations for USAID staff and other user groups to increase DEC visibility and usage throughout the international development community;
  • Other duties as assigned.


QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, with 3 years of progressive responsibility in word processing, internet, database and other information technology, including document scanner software and technology
  • Must be able to use optical character recognition (OCR) software to make PDF documents searchable
  • Experience in loading data and scanning source documents into a computerized database and converting electronic documents, spreadsheets and other files into Adobe Acrobat Reader pdf file format required
  • Knowledge of document management functions such as disposition, indexing, retrieving and archiving of electronic document management technologies
  • U.S. citizenship required; active secret-level security clearance a plus

Last updated: Tuesday, September 3, 2019 17:45 UTC