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Accessible Document Specialist

College of Family Physicians of Canada


Wednesday, January 26, 2022



please send resume and cover letter to by January 27, 2022
** This is a full-time contract until October 2022.**

Essential Duties
• Triage the remediation of final .PDF documents through the e-mail
• Trouble shoot and verify AODA compliancy before final resource .pdfs are released for publishing
• Perform final Quality Control Checks on all web resource PDFs using known software to verify 100% compliancy using Acrobat Pro, PAC3.0 and/or equivalent software
• Troubleshoot with manager and project lead on assigned projects to verify files are created to ISO and AODA standards
• Liaise with the CFPC French Language Services team for bilingual document remediation
• Proofreading and file preparation using InDesign, InCopy, Word and PowerPoint Presentation documents, when assigned
• Maintain established filing system and time-tracking for all assigned projects
• Note errors and solutions to efficiencies within each program to ensure the procedures documents is up to date, on an as- needed basis
• Keep abreast of AODA efficiency updates and process to share with the team
• Actively participate in the Creative Services and Communications Dept. meetings
• Liaise with external vendors as required

• College or University Diploma in Graphic Design and Web Publishing or equivalent experience is an asset
• Accessible Documentation Specialist Certification (or in progress)
• Extensive .PDF remediation experience
• Minimum 1 year experience in a print and web publishing environment
• Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)
• Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, InCopy, Adobe Acrobat Professional)
• Knowledge of layout and design using different platforms is as asset
• Proofreading skills
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work within established timelines
• Ability to work well under pressure