Document Management Analyst
LeverageTek
Ottawa, ON
LeverageTek is actively seeking a Document Management Analyst for a 6-month term position with its Ottawa-based customer.

***Please note this is a fixed term, salaried, role with benefits and paid vacation.

Qualifications
Minimum 2-3 years experience in an Information Management (IM) or equivalent role
Experience with Information Management (IM) systems and process such as web content management, document management, record management, digital asset management, learning management, collaboration tools and sites, enterprise search etc.
Strong technical writing and documentation skills

Responsibilities
Compare business requirements to Google functionality
Develop table that outlines any gaps between Google functionality and business requirements; develop mitigation steps or need for escalation
Document technical requirements for Google Drive and workflows based on the business requirements
Develop Sheets document that tracks how business requirements are being translated into technical requirements and testing
Working with IM Lead and SMEs, develop first 2-3 levels of the folder structure and enterprise-level metadata
Working with IM Lead and SMEs, develop lower-level folder structure for each team/functional area
Develop strategy and plan to identify and migrate active content from existing shared drives into the new IA in Google Drive
Document procedures to configure Google Drive and workflows based on the business and technical requirements; implement these configurations in DEV and PROD
Work with SMEs to track UA test results to completion/pass
Develop materials to officially hand over Google Drive and workflow configurations to appropriate IT teams

Assets
Experience as a Business Analyst specifically with respect to Information Management projects is an asset
Experience with Google Office Application Suite is considered a strong asset
Experience as a Technical Writer with a focus on documenting IM process and operational procedures is considered an asset
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