This individual functions as a plan submission specialist. Assists division staff and customers with electronic plan filing system; provides departmental and divisional information to applicants and various construction and building code-oriented groups and individuals, types highly technical and confidential materials as requested by supervisors. This individual must have basic knowledge of the applicable Administrative Rules and working knowledge of clerical procedures used in performing specialized duties; possess basic knowledge of correct grammar, spelling, punctuation and arithmetic. This individual must possess broad knowledge of the division programs of the department, terminology and existence of applicable codes; possess basic user maintenance knowledge for various special machines such as copier, calculator, fax and computer terminal; possess ability to make minor decisions such as the appropriate action to be taken on incoming submissions, correspondence and inquiries; possess ability to perform somewhat complex tasks following general procedures and practice.
The purpose of an abstractor in a maternal mortality review is to comprehensively gather pertinent information in order to accurately capture the events of a woman’s life leading up to and including her death. Autopsy, medical examiner, and other investigative reports are also of critical importance to informing the review. The Incumbent represents the MMRC while out in the field and holds a great deal of responsibility to ensure the protection and confidentiality of the information gathered. Therefore, it is of utmost importance for the incumbent to demonstrate professionalism and have a full understanding of the authority and/or legislative parameters under which they operate.