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Document Controller

Reference: 1021
Location: South East
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Sector: Building Services
Type: Permanent
Salary: £25-35k

The Job

The Company

I am currently recruiting for a document controller for one of my top clients in Oxfordshire. They are very prestigious M&E consultancy and they also have got an office in London. Majority of their work is based within data centres, hospitals and commercial projects and they are now looking for a Document controller to join their team in Oxfordshire. They do offer great salary and provide benefits including pension, healthcare and 25 days of annual holiday for you.

The Role

The document controller is responsible for an organisation’s documents. This post involves coordinating with the different departments within an organisation and ensuring that documents are kept in the right location and are accessible to all internal services. This role often involves working to deadlines and ensuring that all departments of the organisation are following the same procedures with regards to documents in ensuring that documents are in the right location, they are categorised according to the type of document with the help of the document controller. This involves checking and approving documents before they are filed and liaising with internal and external agencies to ensure that documents contain correct and understandable information regards their categorisation.

The applicant is expected to have excellent organisational skills and to be familiar with effective filing. They must have the ability to monitor and evaluate systems and to look for improvements. Good communication skills are important to be able to co-ordinate the organisation’s different departments. Additionally, an understanding of the organisation’s business matters is crucial so as to be able to identify and control documents effectively.

Qualifications & Experience

Document Controllers usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Checking quality of documents.
• Monitoring processes.
• Producing listings.
• Setting up project filling systems.
• Teaming up with other documentation groups.