As companies continue to grow and as new laws or company guidelines are set to protect the customer, environment and property, more and more document controller jobs are required. Generally document control specialists are responsible for managing all the electronic and paper documents of the company. This task includes ensuring their authentication, quality and integrity. They also perform migrations, audits and administrative tasks.
Common educational requirement is bachelor's degree in business administration or information technology. A job in document controlling requires hands on experience with all the document creation and management tools such as Sharepoint, MS Office, Adobe, ERP to name a few. For better document controlling job opportunities pursuing relevant license or certification from a manufacturer is necessary. Often these document controllers have to train employees on storing and retrieving information effectively.