A document reviewer is a professional who reviews and edits documents to confirm with compliance regulations or guidelines required by law. These professionals are skilled in a specific industry or trade to ensure documents conform with industry specific requirements.
Most employers require a degree, certification or license in the industry or discipline of the documents being reviewed.
Employers require extensive knowledge and experience regarding documentation guidelines and required regulations, as well as strong attention to detail. Working experience in the industry or discipline related to the documentation is also required.
Responsibilities include working with management to understand the needs of the employer's documents, then reviewing and making editorial suggestions. Employers may require the document reviewer to make necessary changes.
Due to the nature of work, many of these occupations are on a part-time or contractual basis. In many cases, employers cannot offer full-time employment because this type of work is sporadic and required certain times of the year, or only for a few hours per day.
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