Under direct but not constant supervision, to perform clerical and word processing work in accordance with Company practices and procedures. Processing documents of a moderately complex nature, requiring the exercise of some independent judgment with respect to maintaining records and filing documents with regulating agencies; supporting project teams, and occasional to frequent trips to the field. In this connection to perform details of work, such as: Administer and comply with document control procedures for various projects and department documents; both confidential and public records. Learn and use Ameren’s document management systems. Set up document control files and records. Maintain distribution lists. Maintain detailed electronic and manual files related to projects. Reproduce, deliver and retrieve documents as necessary and provide document support while in the field. Review as-built drawings prior to approval and distribution. Scan paper copies for electronic document storage Print and distribute bid and construction packages. Respond to internal or external customer inquiries or requests for drawing and documents. Serve as records custodian by maintaining a wide variety of manual and electronic documents, files and records and administering the records management policy and procedure. Utilize a PC and the LAN to access drawing records and engineering documents.
SPECIAL RESPONSIBILITES: Primarily located in the St. Louis area with occasional travel required to remote plants and construction sites. Operate in other software applications as required; to include Power Plant, TRIS, API and EMPRV, and any successive systems. Maintain good communication, organization and human relations skills and have the ability to work in team environment. Ability to adapt to changes in systems applications and procedures. Retain as confidential, information obtained in connection with departmental work.
CONTACTS: Contact with employees in various departments of the Company in connection with duties including personal and telephone contacts with outside engineering firms and others as required.
HAZARDS: Hazards involved in use of motor vehicles with work-related travel and job hazards associated with power plant and construction sites.
QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from high school or the equivalent.
Satisfactory completion (grade of at least a "C") of nine (9) credit hours of study leading towards an Associate’s Degree or higher at an accredited university, college, or junior college.
Two (2) years of Ameren clerical experience or three (3) years of experience outside the Company in clerical related position.
Must earn recommended score on the EEI Data Entry Test and the Clerical Aptitude Battery. (BCAB).
Proficiency in Microsoft Word required.
Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
OTHER: Candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. The Company will provide reasonable accommodation in appropriate circumstances when consistent with applicable law.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.