Document Controller 2yr FTC
The purpose of this role is to maintain configuration control and trace-ability of project documentation such as engineering drawings, project documents and the distribution/transmittal of internal and external correspondence.
Actively promote a pro-active safety culture throughout the project lifecycle and across the client.
- Contributes to the development and maintenance of Document Control related processes, procedures and work instructions ensuring these integrate with other management arrangements in the Client management system.
- Manages Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) and other document control systems to administrator level, ensuring documents are managed through the required workflows, controlling document production, approval, circulation and storage within agreed service levels.
- Maintains, updates and issues all controlled documents, maintaining confidentiality in and around sensitive information and terms of agreement.
- Holds the Departmental Record Officer post within the project team ensuring that all records are kept in accordance with company procedure
- Prepares, collates and maintains reports, technical queries and other registers.
- Supports internal and external users of the EDMS providing written guidance material, toolset training and 1-2-1 support.
- Performs EDMS User Acceptance Testing of configuration and data management toolset capabilities against defined scripts.
- Leads activities to plan, manage and perform migration of legacy data into the Client EDMS.
- Supports key milestone activities through ensuring are relevant documentation is adequately stored,collated, and available to project stakeholders in a timely manner (e.g. design review, change boards).
- Minimum of 5 years' experience in Document Control
- Experience of managing document control within projects of £10m - 50m
- Demonstrable experience across the entire project lifecycle, from concept development to hand-over
- Min. 5 years working with multi-discipline teams.
- Educated to GCSE/A level or equivalent experience.