The Document Controller is responsible for controlling the numbering, filing, sorting and retrieval of electronically stored or hard copy documentation produced by technical teams, projects or departments in a timely, accurate and efficient manner.
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- Supports technical projects and departments.
- Receives, catalogues and stores hard copies and electronic copies of all technical drawings, reports and related information in an orderly manner, in line with policies and procedures.
- Allocates and controls the document numbering system for the project work.
- Works with precision to ensure that all electronic and hard copy filing is accurate and is easily retrievable.
- Responds in a timely manner to requests to retrieve information, information searches and general requests for support from project/department personnel.
- Accurately updates information as required.
- The role of Document Controller is critical in the support of technical teams, departments and projects in the filing and storing of project related documentation. Documentation may be of a confidential or sensitive nature and need to be stored in line with company and industry guidelines.
- Educated to Standard Grade/GCSE level (or equivalent)
- ONC/HNC in Engineering, Computer Science or Science (or equivalent)
- Information Management or Librarianship qualification.
£16,000 - £20,000
£25,000 - £40,000
Senior Document Controller, Technical Library Manager