JOB TITLE: Electronic Document Coordinator
CLASS CODE: 000690 


Coordinate and direct the convergence of paper and electronic document production in the Document Production Center. Implement and oversee the migration of mainframe printing to a distributed environment.


Manage, plan and coordinate the workflow including data mining, electronic pre-press, preflight evaluations, digital production, forms design for distribute print applications, direct-to-press production, scanning, color management, queue management and server administration.

Perform ongoing reviews of customer's needs, using results to plan services, enhancements and resource requirements.

Monitor developing technologies and adapt to fit customer's needs.

Administer and maintain information systems used to track and monitor workflow, gather information and facilitate billing and management reporting.

Lead special projects that develop innovative communications tools for the university by integrating technology and traditional communication processes.

Select and train staff.

Provide tier-two support in graphic design, multimedia, document production and desktop publishing applications.


Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, management, Graphic Arts/Graphic Design or related field.


Two years of related experience. An equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience may be substituted for the requirements noted.