Document Controller

Posted 07 June 2024
Salary £200 per day
LocationWest Midlands
Job type Temporary
Sectors Power & UtilitiesCorporate Services
Contact NameDavid Lyons

Job description

Document Controller (Asite)
Circa £200/day Umbrella PAYE
A specialist M&E subcontracting company is in the initial stages of a £500M Energy for Waste plant in the West Midlands. We are looking for an experienced Document Controller with knowledge of Asite, who can join on a contact basis.
You will provide document control and administrative support during operational processes, handling enquiries, processing documentation typical to project operations. Single point for registration, receipt, distribution and issue of all Project Documentation.

Key Responsibilities

  • Reviewing and numbering with unique document reference and revision Project Documents before submission to Client
  • Uploading / Downloading project documents to client Document Control System
  • Uploading / Downloading documents to Asite Document Control Management portal
  • Maintaining Document Control register, TQ and RFI register
  • Recording, checking and tracking all incoming and outgoing project documents
  • Ensuring appropriate personnel (including project personnel and subcontractors) are issued with up-to-date documentation
  • Acting as the Assistant Project focal point for all administration matters
  • Reconcile Delivery Notes with purchase orders on SAP
  • Single point for all Timesheet, time and attendance related queries
  • Monitoring of Site Stationery
  • Photocopying, scanning, encapsulating documents where necessary
  • Updating & maintaining records of staff holidays, sickness and absence and other project records. i.e Training matrix
  • Filing and archiving various paperwork
  • Typing (Letters, memos, e-mails, meeting minutes and reports etc.)
  • Providing full administrative support to Project Team
What we are looking for
  • Knowledge of the construction document control
  • Good understanding of document control processes and best practices
  • Educated to GCSE level, with 4-9 (A-C) grades in English and Maths, or equivalent